About NCBI Retail - Dublin
NCBI's retail shops are located around Ireland, selling great quality second-hand clothes, shoes, household items, books and a large selection of bric-a-brac. The proceeds of the shops go towards NCBI's services.
We provide practical and emotional supports, rehabilitation services and hands on training to help people who are blind or visually impaired to help them live independently and confidently in their own community. We rely heavily on volunteers to support our charity shops. Each hour you volunteer will help to fund these life changing services.
Would you like to volunteer in our Furniture Shop in Harolds Cross Dublin? It's is a great opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people. Every hour you volunteer also helps us to provide counselling and rehabilitation services thus allowing people with sightloss live confidently and independently.
We are looking for both men and women to join our team, and if you have a bit of DIY skill all the better!!
Other Shop Locations
If this location is not convenient to you, we have over 90 shops nationwide. Check out your nearest NCBI retail shop and simply phone or call in and ask for the manager. You will be shown around and will probably meet other volunteers. This doesn’t commit you to anything.
Further information about volunteering with our shops
What's required for this position
The main skills needed by our volunteers is good customer service and a willingness to join a busy retail team. To want to help out in a fun environment.
- Personable Skills
- Retail/ Customer Service
- Trades/ Operative/ Manual
Level of English required for this role:
Times and commitment required for this role
Minimum time commitment: 3 months
Hours required: 1hrs Weekly
Location of volunteering opportunity:
69 Harold's Cross Road, Dublin 6
Screening details for this role:
- Informal Interviews
- Application Form
- Identification Check (photo ID etc…)
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Volunteers will be provided with the following supports:
- Support/ advice/ recognition
- Initial induction and training
- Insurance cover
- Ongoing training opportunities
Volunteers with the following challenges will be supported in this role
Is this opportunity suitable for groups/teams of volunteers?
Benefits you will receive as a volunteer
We provide practical and emotional support, rehabilitation services and hands-on training to help people who are blind or vision impaired to live independently and confidently.
We help people deal emotionally with the diagnosis of an eye condition .
Please ask for detail when applying