Community Store Assistant Ref:3005812

New Beginnings – Improving Lives CIC is a City wide non for profit organisation running multiple different projects. One of our projects is our Community store on Rocky Lane in Anfield. NBIL Community store is set in a retail shop and sell’s very low cost food, brand new household items and clothing. We like to keep everything fun, relaxed and engaging within the shop and our customers appreciate our organic personalities.

The area in which the shop is located is deprieved and the shop is a great asset to the area.

The person who we are looking for will need to have self motivation in this fast moving environment, Customer service experience is preferred but not required, though attention to detail and a friendly, helpful demeanour with customers is essential.

We are soon to be extended our upstairs into a Community hub and there are plenty of exciting opportunities for the right candidates.
Closing date
Shifts to be determined with candidate as there is flexibility.
How to apply
You must be referred to this opportunity by your Jobcentre Plus Work Coach. You can request a referral through your Universal Credit Journal, stating the name of the employer, job title and job reference no of the position you would like to be referred to. Then email a CV and covering letter quoting job ref no 3005812 job title and employer name on both CV and covering letter and send by email to

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