My main duties would be taking in donations, sorting stock, display merchandising, steaming clothes and serving customers on the till.
I learned how to use a till, how to deal with donated goods, how to gift aid and put stock out.
I volunteered here for just almost 2 years. The people were very nice here and friendly as were the managers. I was very lucky to start out here as the managers are friendly and helpful which makes them very nice to work with.
There wasn't really anything to hard about the job actually. Which was good, just being new to begin with is a little hard but you soon settle in and get used to things and how they work.
Only downfall was obviosuly not getting payed (especially when you are in need of a payed role) and having no progression. No future position to progress to it seems unless you are a payed staff. But bare in mind it is a good place to start out, gain some experience and interact with others.
Most enjoyable part would be working with nice people, mainly the managers as they are helpful.
No pay and no future roll