Ace Shops currently have a vacancies for 3 Centre Workers (permanent and temporary posts available).
If you can answer yes to these three questions, then this might be the job you are looking for…
Do you enjoy working in a busy environment, where you are providing a face to face service?
Are you good at making a connection with people who are more used to being excluded?
Are you motivated by taking responsibility for your work, and making it happen?
Ace of Clubs is looking for an experienced support worker to join our team, and help us run this busy service. We pride ourselves in ensuring it is welcoming to all, and effective in responding to the challenges faced by our clients.
Ace of Clubs Shops are looking for a part time shop assistant to join our lovely team running two boutique charity shops in South London. This post is for 20 hours a week, paid at £8.80 per hour.
The shop assistants are responsible for all aspects of managing the shop when on shift – opening up, welcoming customers, sorting and displaying donations, operating the till and , cashing up at the end of the day.
We are looking for applications from people with some retail experience, who enjoy working as part of a team to create an attractive shop full of quality items for our loyal customers.
This new course started last Friday. However it is not too late – there are still 3 places available.. For more information, or to book on to the course, phone Miriam on 020 7720 2811, or e-mail email@example.com
“Ace of Clubs in partnership with Morley College will be running an INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
You will learn key computer skills including email, web search and basic Microsoft programmes (Word and Excel). You will be able to gain a City and Guilds Functional ICT qualification as part of the course.
The intrepid 8 riders for Ace of Clubs set off from Clapham Common at 8:30 am. The last group arrived in Brighton at 5:30! Special mention must be made of Damasio and Mark, who despite having to walk up all the hills, completed the 55 miles and were still smiling the next day . Here they are at the top of Ditchling Beacon catching their breath before the seven mile descent to the beach
it’s not too late to sponsor the team – just follow this link!