Muffin Break – Part Time Jobs

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Baristas, Bakers, Customer Service Muffin Break Blackburn –

Blackburn Muffin Break –

Bakers, Baristas and Customer Service Staff needed for Muffin Break Blackburn. If you are always smiling then we are looking for you!

We are looking for Team Members for our new Muffin Break store.You will have a genuine love of great service and be able to work as part of a happy dynamic team. You should have exceptional customer service skills and an ability to interact with our customers.We are looking for people who can work in all areas of our busy coffee shop.

Flexible hours are available, shifts go up to 8 hours a day for between 3 and 5 days including weekends. There are some early starts.We would prefer you to live locally and would like you to start as soon as possible.The job will include baking, food preparation, merchandising the display, customer service and cleaning.You should be tidy, presentable, with good English, and ideally have experience in cafe or food operations or at least a lively interest in food and drink.Full Training will be provided for staff new to the industry. The shop can be pressured but is a good place to work, and we offer competitive…

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KFC – Part Time Job

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Team Member – Part Time KFC27QFM

Group – Blackburn BB2 £7.30 an hour –

Part-time Job Title: Team Member Salary: Up to £7.30 per hour Location: Mellor Brook, BB2

Job Type: Permanent Full Time and Part Time Positions available At KFC we are always looking for the right people to help grow our business.

We offer outstanding opportunities for ambitious individuals who want to build a career with a major KFC franchise. Our Team Members are the heart of our business. Our restaurants are run by people who know and love the restaurant business.

We are looking for leadership at every level and as a Team Member you will carry out a variety of duties such as serving customers, till and cash handling and preparing and cooking food. Main

Responsibilities: To provide each customer with 5* customer service both as Cashier and Lobby Host (we call it Customer Mania) Cooks and serves fries and serves and packs all products to KFC brand standards Use the till and comply with the cash handling policy and security measure of the management. Prepares the packing items and keeps the packing area and its equipment clean and tidy to the standard required. Ensures the correct use of the holding…

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Lancashire Mind – Retail Shop Volunteers

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Volunteer Title: Charity Shop volunteer  
Location: Blackburn Mall Travel Required: Yes, would require transport to location of shop
Supervisor: Lancashire Mind Volunteer Coordinator & Mind Training Coordinator Hours Required: At least 4 hours a week for 3 months.
Enhanced DBS check required?

 

No – this role will not involve working in one to one situations or unsupervised with people at risk

 

Applications Accepted By:
Website: www.lancashiremind.org.uk

Paper version available on request from head office

Attention:  Volunteer Coordinator

Mail:  Volunteer Coordinator

Lancashire Mind Head Office

80-82 Devonshire Road

Chorley,PR7 2DR

Role Description
What’s it all about?

Lancashire Mind has been chosen as Blackburn Mall’s Charity of the Year for 2016. Part of this exciting opportunity is the opening of a pop up shop in conjunction with National Mind in the run up to Christmas.

All profits made will help to improve Mental Wellbeing For All.

 

What does the role involve?

Opening in late September we are looking for enthusiastic, reliable volunteers who are able to give a weekly commitment throughout autumn and early winter.

 

Within the shop there are various roles needed including:

·        Team leader –  if you are highly organised, a good motivator and have some experience of management then this is the role for you

·        Stock preparation volunteer &  window dresser/ merchandiser – if you have a keen interest in fashion and/or collectables and trends this role is for you

·        Volunteer sales assistant – great if you have strong interpersonal and customer service skills.

·        Specialist knowledge volunteer – perfect if you have a particular interest in antiques, collectables, books or entertainment

·        Volunteer stock generation assistant – if you are organized with good attention to detail then this is the role for you

·        Housekeeping volunteer – this role is suited for someone able to work on their own initiative.

 

What could you be doing?

·        Talking to customers and making them feel welcome in the shop.

·        Operating the till and dealing with various types of payment.

·        Helping to keep the shop tidy and attractive & keeping an eye on the security of the shop.

·        Sorting sacks of clothes and other goods to decide what is suitable for sale

·        Putting stock out for display on the shop floor

·        Helping with the designing and creation of displays

·        Maintaining the stockroom

·        Be mindful of health & safety

·        Abide and follow safeguarding principles

·        Follow all policy & procedures at all times

 

What we can offer you:

·        Information and materials to help you carry out your role effectively

·        Recognition of the role that you are carrying out in support of Lancashire Mind

·        Training, guidance and support

·        An opportunity to feed back about your role

·        Reimbursement of agreed out of pocket expenses incurred while carrying out activities on behalf of Lancashire Mind e.g. travel

 

We are looking for people who:

·        Have an interest in our work and working in a shop

·        Have the ability to work as part of a team and get on with other volunteers in the shop.

·        Are able to provide a friendly, high quality service to customers.

·        Have a commitment to equal opportunities and to treating all individuals who visit or work in the shop with dignity and respect.

·        Have a willingness to help with a range of tasks in the shop, and to undertake tasks as requested.

·        Are reliable

·        Are approachable and friendly

·        Have an ability to maintain professional boundaries & work unsupervised

 

What’s the next step?

Once your application is received the volunteer coordinator will get in touch with you to let you know if you are going to be invited to come along for an informal interview. If successful at the interview, we will request 2 references for you. Once your references have been received and are deemed acceptable you will be invited to complete your induction and further training.

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Driver – East Lancs Hospice

EAST LANCASHIRE HOSPICE SHOPS

Registered Charity No: 1075653

 

VOLUNTEER VACANCY

Volunteer Van Driver

Working as part of the team of staff and volunteers in the East Lancashire Hospice Furniture Warehouse. Using a Hospice vehicle, carry out pre-planned collections and deliveries of donations and bought goods that are sold to raise funds for East Lancashire Hospice.

 

We have shifts available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday 9am to 4pm or Saturday 9am to 1pm.

You will be given a regular day which enables us to be able to plan shifts and allows you know which day and time your regular commitment is going to be.  However, a flexible approach would be appreciated.

Please indicate what days you are available on your application form.

 

Skills, knowledge, abilities and qualities

 

  • Full driving license with a maximum of three penalty points
  • Over the age of 25 (this is a condition of our vehicle insurance)
  • Physically fit and able to lift
  • Pass an occupational health eye sight test
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Comfortable talking to people and enjoys meeting new people
  • Ability to communicate with people
  • Smart presentable appearance
  • Experience of van driving may be an advantage but is not essential

 

 

For more information and an informal chat contact;

Dawn Neary 01254 287022 dawn.neary@eastlancshospice.org.uk

OR

Steven Youds 01254 680520

 

Lancashire Mind – Volunteering

Volunteer Title: Charity Shop volunteer  
Location: Blackburn Mall Travel Required: Yes, would require transport to location of shop
Supervisor: Lancashire Mind Volunteer Coordinator & Mind Training Coordinator Hours Required: At least 4 hours a week for 3 months.
Enhanced DBS check required?

 

No – this role will not involve working in one to one situations or unsupervised with people at risk

 

Applications Accepted By:
Website: www.lancashiremind.org.uk

Paper version available on request from head office

Attention:  Volunteer Coordinator

Mail:  Volunteer Coordinator

Lancashire Mind Head Office

80-82 Devonshire Road

Chorley,PR7 2DR

Role Description
What’s it all about?

Lancashire Mind has been chosen as Blackburn Mall’s Charity of the Year for 2016. Part of this exciting opportunity is the opening of a pop up shop in conjunction with National Mind in the run up to Christmas.

All profits made will help to improve Mental Wellbeing For All.

 

What does the role involve?

Opening in late September we are looking for enthusiastic, reliable volunteers who are able to give a weekly commitment throughout autumn and early winter.

 

Within the shop there are various roles needed including:

·        Team leader –  if you are highly organised, a good motivator and have some experience of management then this is the role for you

·        Stock preparation volunteer &  window dresser/ merchandiser – if you have a keen interest in fashion and/or collectables and trends this role is for you

·        Volunteer sales assistant – great if you have strong interpersonal and customer service skills.

·        Specialist knowledge volunteer – perfect if you have a particular interest in antiques, collectables, books or entertainment

·        Volunteer stock generation assistant – if you are organized with good attention to detail then this is the role for you

·        Housekeeping volunteer – this role is suited for someone able to work on their own initiative.

 

What could you be doing?

·        Talking to customers and making them feel welcome in the shop.

·        Operating the till and dealing with various types of payment.

·        Helping to keep the shop tidy and attractive & keeping an eye on the security of the shop.

·        Sorting sacks of clothes and other goods to decide what is suitable for sale

·        Putting stock out for display on the shop floor

·        Helping with the designing and creation of displays

·        Maintaining the stockroom

·        Be mindful of health & safety

·        Abide and follow safeguarding principles

·        Follow all policy & procedures at all times

 

What we can offer you:

·        Information and materials to help you carry out your role effectively

·        Recognition of the role that you are carrying out in support of Lancashire Mind

·        Training, guidance and support

·        An opportunity to feed back about your role

·        Reimbursement of agreed out of pocket expenses incurred while carrying out activities on behalf of Lancashire Mind e.g. travel

 

We are looking for people who:

·        Have an interest in our work and working in a shop

·        Have the ability to work as part of a team and get on with other volunteers in the shop.

·        Are able to provide a friendly, high quality service to customers.

·        Have a commitment to equal opportunities and to treating all individuals who visit or work in the shop with dignity and respect.

·        Have a willingness to help with a range of tasks in the shop, and to undertake tasks as requested.

·        Are reliable

·        Are approachable and friendly

·        Have an ability to maintain professional boundaries & work unsupervised

 

What’s the next step?

Once your application is received the volunteer coordinator will get in touch with you to let you know if you are going to be invited to come along for an informal interview. If successful at the interview, we will request 2 references for you. Once your references have been received and are deemed acceptable you will be invited to complete your induction and further training.