We’re getting started with our eBay shop and looking for someone who can help to make it a real success. Help to keep it up to date and keep up a crucial income stream for the care of abused cats and dogs.
About The Role
Here at the branch we’re often supported by people who want to donate items for us to sell, but without a high street shop, this can be difficult! We’ve expanded our sales into the online marketplace of eBay. If you’re savvy and can spare some flexible time, help to make it the best it can be!
You can get involved from home during the pandemic, we can work with you to get you started virtually.
You’ll be working closely with our Operations Manager and Fundraising Officer in a small project team, giving you the chance to really get involved at every stage of the online selling process and try out new ideas!
Ideally we’d ask you to write online descriptions, manage prices, take photos of items, and organise sending items out. However, we want to build this role together so we’re happy to tailor it when we talk to you. We want you to be able to make this role your own!
Who We’re Looking For
You don’t need to have specifically sold on eBay before, but it would help if you’re comfortable at giving new technology a go or are comfortable using technology in your day to day life – for instance, maybe you exclusively shop for clothes online.
If you’re creative, and looking for a practical way to help animals to find their forever home, we want to hear from you! This also gives you the chance to build up your business or marketing skills if you want to boost your CV. As this is a really flexible opportunity, we can work with you on a schedule and how much time you have – just get in touch!
How To Apply
Fill in the form below and return it back to email@example.com with the subject line “Online Sales Assistant”.
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have about this role, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Online Sales Assistant” to make sure it reaches the right person!