PSEC is currently seeking a business-minded, enthusiastic and highly-motivated Charity Shop Manager to lead a team of volunteers at its charity shop in Taradale, Napier.

Management experience is essential to the role.

Key Responsibilities will include:

  • Retail store management, including stock generation, administration and maintaining a high standard of presentation.
  • Volunteer management.
  • Team Leadership; creating an organised and pleasant working environment for all Volunteers.
  • Customer Service; ensure that the high standard of customer service expected by PSEC is maintained at all times.

You will be self-motivated and passionate about raising funds for a worthwhile cause, with excellent leadership and retail management skills as well as the ability to work well under pressure and to meet targets. Previous experience as a retail manager is essential.


About Presbyterian Support East Coast

Presbyterian Support East Coast (PSEC) delivers $12 million worth of vital social services throughout the East Coast region, with the help of more than 250 staff and over 400 volunteers.
As the social arm of the Presbyterian Church, PSEC provides counselling, social work and parenting programmes for children and families subjected to poverty and family violence through its Family Works service; as well as an array of programmes for elderly and disabled people who need assistance to live a more fulfilling life through its Enliven service.


Although some government funding is received, PSEC is responsible for raising the $1.3 million shortfall to ensure that these services remain free to the people who need them most, which is why the successful applicant will be so integral to our success.


If you are enthusiastic about retail management and making a difference to your community we would love to hear from you. Please request an application pack by contacting Jo Wilkinson on:
Jo.wilkinson@psec.org.nz or phone 06 877 8193.

All applicants will be required to submit a covering letter and CV.

Applications close 18 April 2018