This is an exciting time to join Cornwall Hospice Care as we adapt to a rapidly changing retail environment. We are focussed on building a sustainable and profitable business to help us deliver a strong financial contribution which funds the provision of outstanding hospice care in Cornwall.

Ultimately, everything we do comes back to caring for our community and improving the lives of those with terminal illnesses so, if you want a career with a fast-paced retailer that really makes a difference then Cornwall Hospice Care could be the place your skills can really make a difference.

We value, nurture and reward our talent and are proud to offer a welcoming and supportive working environment. We also offer competitive salaries, 36 days paid holiday including bank holidays and other sector leading benefits.

Our Regional Managers lead from the front, planning the strategic direction for shops in their area, recognising opportunities for developing our estate and supporting and mentoring our cluster managers and their teams. You’ll be confident making bold decisions and taking action if things are not working; you'll be proactive, driven and commercially aware. In return, you'll be rewarded with autonomy in your role and a supportive culture together with opportunities to progress.

As you will be working in the not for profit sector, you'll have the knowledge that your time and dedication to this role will be making a real difference to people's lives and giving back to the community.

As Regional Manager, you will be responsible for delivering maximum profits within all stores across your region, identifying and developing new revenue streams and ensuring that our stores and teams deliver the highest level of service to our customers and communities.

What you’ll need to succeed

You will have management experience from working in Retail – ideally within the charity sector or with an awareness of sector specific schemes such as Gift Aid together with knowledge of recycling/environmental impact from retail operations and an understanding of and affinity for working with volunteers.

You’ll be commercially astute, able to demonstrate excellent communication and inter-personal skills and work with a broad mix of people.

You will pro-actively recruit, train & retain the cluster and store manager team who'll look to you for leadership and guidance.

In an often pressured and changing environment, you’ll be able to prioritise tasks, delegate work and ensure that strong standards of merchandising and stock processing are followed consistently across the stores.

In a challenging retail environment, you will display a ‘can-do’ attitude, team building and leadership skills and a desire to deliver and exceed our financial targets.

Closing date: Friday 29 May 2020

In addition to completing our online application form, please forward your CV and covering letter to