Looking for an opportunity to work for a charity? Do you love wildlife?
Then Secret World Wildlife Rescue may be the place you’ve been looking for! We regularly have a range of exciting opportunities from paid roles, Trustee appointments, internships, student placements and volunteering.
Details of current vacancies are listed below. Please check back regularly and follow us on social media for updates. You can read about our volunteer opportunities over on our volunteering page.
Our current vacancies are:
Charity Shop Supervisor - Glastonbury
Ctould you join our growing Charity Shop team and help us raise funds for wildlife?
Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR) exists to relieve the suffering of British wildlife, to encourage respect and tolerance for wildlife and to further its conservation. SWWR strives to do this; by providing a public rescue, rehabilitation and release service for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife; through public education and access to a unique wildlife experience; and by disseminating data and delivering professional training to improve knowledge and raise standards of wildlife care across the UK.
After the success of our Burnham-on-Sea Charity shop we are expanding our network of Charity shops to help bring in vital funds to the Charity. We are looking for a Charity Shop Supervisor to work in our new Charity Shop on Glastonbury High Street to start as soon as possible. This role will include working with our Charity Shop Manager, our Head of Retail and our team of charity shop volunteers. The Charity Shop Supervisor will be responsible for opening and closing the shop and ensuring that trading hours are strictly adhered to. They will keep accurate records, sort and manage stock – including rotating stock and using a clear pricing system to maximise possible profits from donated goods. They may also be asked to attend meetings and training at the main SWWR site as well as visiting/covering shifts in SWWR’s other charity shops on occasion.
This role would suit someone currently working at a supervisory level but who is keen to undergo training and work towards a management position.
Responsible to: Head of Retail
Salary: National Minimum wage
Hours: 35 per week (generally 09:30am-17:30pm but may include some evening work)
Holidays: 30 days per annum (bank holidays are considered normal working day)
Pension: SWWR provides a workplace pension to eligible employees
Must have a full clean driving licence as they will be required to drive company vehicles.
Interested candidates should send a CV to email@example.com as soon as possible.
Due to the number of applications we receive we reserve the right to close this application process when we have received enough suitable candidates.
If you would like to discuss this role further please contact Mike.firstname.lastname@example.org
Trustees (specifically with legal and / or accountancy experience)
Are you ready for a new challenge and passionate about helping to protect and preserve Britain’s Wildlife?
Are you ready to apply and share your professional skills in a rewarding voluntary capacity?
Secret World Wildlife Rescue is a registered charity that rescues, rehabilitates and releases Britain’s orphaned, injured and sick wildlife. It is a unique service in the South West and helps over 5,000 casualties every year from its base near Highbridge, Somerset.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue is a modern, professional charity that delivers a high standard of animal care, a unique educational offering and shares its expertise with other care professionals. The last few years have put in place the cornerstones of good governance at every level of the charity, so the next few years can be about extending the reach and the impact of the Secret World Wildlife Rescue brand.
The Charity is undergoing structural change to professionalize and set operational and financial strategies. We have recently opened our new Wildlife Treatment Centre following a successful capital appeal, and the next stage of the charity’s development will be the refurbishment of its rehabilitation facilities.
Whilst broad business and management skills are welcome, we are particularly interested to hear from those with a substantial track record in legal and/or accountancy, who may wish to use this opportunity as a means of further personal and professional development.
If you want to add working as a Charity Trustee to your professional portfolio and help deliver an inspirational rescue and rehabilitation service for British wildlife, this could be for you. Secret World Wildlife Rescue has huge potential…let’s turn that into a reality.
To find out more about the roles and requirements please contact the trustees at the following address. To apply to become a Trustee and Director of the incorporated charity please submit your CV together with a short supporting statement to email@example.com.