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Our dream is that every child in the capital has the essential things they need to thrive, and that everyone can play a part in achieving that goal.
Are you passionate about tackling child poverty and motivated by Little Village’s values of Love, Solidarity, Thriving and Sustainability? Do you believe in our model of bringing families together to help each other? Would you enjoy working in the fast-paced environment of a small, ambitious and relatively new organisation?
At the heart of Little Village is the regifting of pre-loved baby equipment, clothes and toys onto other families. We want to be a delight to donate to – making it as easy as possible for families to pass on their items. We’re looking to recruit for the new role of Network Stock Assistant to support inventory management across our sites.
This role will support both the stock and logistics functions of our operation, ensuring we have a steady stock flow throughout the year, and transport arrangements are made timely, efficiently and accurately. This role provides essential support to these functions as they prepare for the next stage of growth, to allow Little Village to support an increasing number of families. There will be the opportunity to input into new processes, fostering and building important relationships with our wider community, in a fast-paced and ever-evolving environment.
We think that this job requires 24 hours per week, but we’re open to discussions about flexibility. The role is home-based, but you will be expected to visit our sites and work with the teams across London on a regular basis. The salary is £25,000 pa (FTE) and the successful applicant will require a DBS check.
We are working towards a goal where our team fully reflects that diversity and difference in lived experiences and strongly encourage applications from under-represented groups including: people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities, people with lived experience of poverty either personally or through family, experience of the care system, non-graduates and first-in-family graduates. As part of our commitment to fairer recruitment, all applications will be assessed without names and any protected characteristics.
The deadline is 30th January 2023 at 9am and all the information on the role and how to apply is here.