Online Bookshop Volunteer

Location
Human Rights Action Centre, London EC2A 3EA
Hours per week
Flexible
Salary details
Unpaid volunteer role, travel expenses only
Closing date
Monday 31 December 2018 at 00:00
Interview date
ongoing
Contact email
books@amnesty.org.uk

We are looking to recruit volunteers to join our online bookshop team, based in Shoreditch. The online bookshop is staffed by volunteers who sell donated books online to raise money for Amnesty.

About the role

Donations of books come in to the Amnesty office from publishers, publications and individuals in London and these books are sorted and sold by the online bookshop team. Volunteers price the books and list them for sale on Amazon. This includes researching unusual or expensive books and shelving them within our systems. Volunteers also package and dispatch books that have sold and respond to customer enquiries. The team also monitor what books haven’t sold and remove them from sale or change the listing as appropriate. Generally, volunteers are expected to commit to at least one regular four-hour shift every week (a morning or an afternoon).

About you

This role would suit someone with a passion for books who has a few hours a week to give to Amnesty. No previous retail experience is required but basic computer skills are essential (ability to use email, browse the web etc.). We’re looking for someone organised and enthusiastic to join our team.

Apply for this role

Please read the task form at the bottom of this page, and complete the application form below if interested.

Email completed application forms to books@amnesty.org.uk.

Interviews are ongoing and will be held at our Human Rights Action Centre in Shoreditch.

We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Please note that to be considered for this role, candidates must be able to provide proof of their eligibility to work/ volunteer in the UK.

Downloads
Online Bookshop Volunteer task form July 2017.pdf
Online Bookshop Volunteer application form July 2017.doc