We are looking for new volunteers to help develop and support our online Depop shop. In this role you will have the opportunity to curate your own sustainable fashion collection for Trinity on Depop by selecting, styling, photographing and listing clothes and accessories.

This role is very flexible and easily fits in around your existing commitments. You don’t need to give a lot of time to make a big difference! It is located at our retail head office in Balham 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. Remote volunteering is not currently available for this role. 

Key responsibilities of the role:

  • Selecting clothes, shoes and accessories to sell on the Trinity Depop shop
  • Styling and photographing products
  • Creating interesting and accurate listings on the Trinity Depop shop

What the role can offer you:

  • The opportunity to find out more about sustainable and circular fashion
  • The opportunity to learn new skills and enhance your CV
  • The opportunity to meet new people
  • The opportunity to make a difference in your local community

What we expect from you:

  • To have an interest in and/or experience working with fashion
  • To be aged 16 years of age or over
  • To be trustworthy and reliable - the role may require you to handle cash and donated goods
  • To be a team player – the role will require you to work with other members of the team
  • To have good communication and interpersonal skills - the role may require you to interact with members of the public
  • To maintain a high standard of presentation and personal hygiene - the role will require you to present a positive image of Trinity at all times
  • To have a reasonable level of physical fitness - the role may require some lifting and moving of donated items
  • To have respect for Trinity’s policies – the role will require you to role model Trinity’s policies at all times
  • To be respectful of others regardless of their background – the role will require you to be committed to fairness, respect, equality, diversity, inclusion and engagement as outlined in Trinity’s FREDIE policy
  • To treat with confidentiality any information which is personal, private or sensitive – the role may require you to handle sensitive data, such as financial information
  • To abide by Trinity’s retail safeguarding policy at all times – this role will require you to share Trinity’s commitment to safeguarding the welfare of all its staff and volunteers 

Contact details and how to apply

Please complete the online application form to apply.  

If you have any questions about your application please contact [email protected]

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Should you be successful at interview, we will then take up two references and expect you to complete some on-the-job training. 

We do not want you to be out of pocket through volunteering. We will reimburse reasonable travel and lunch expenses where relevant.

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