St Vincent de Paul Society
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St Vincent de Paul Society Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Regional Social Housing Officer

North West

21 hours ago

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Volunteer and Assistant Manager in 424 Kingsland road, Hackney
on 22 October 2020
Productive and Fun place to work
Love working for good causes. St. Vincent's helps many people that have been through very difficult times. It maybe a Christian/Catholic charity but you do not need to be religious to give or receive help from them. By no means was this a slow paced work environment, but it did give great job satisfaction, accomplishing so many things. On the whole, great team, great family vibe, upper management invests and looks after there mangers.
Volunteer in Northern Ireland
on 28 January 2021
Volunteered for SVP for the summer and glad I left. The environment was quite toxic with the older staff mostly keeping to themselves and not as inclusive as they advertised. Customer experience was more negative than positive with many thinking that standing around and talking to staff and volunteers asking personal questions were okay and allowed. I was expected to come in on certain days and do set hours, much like a part-time job but unpaid. I left after after college resumed and landed a better (paid) job soon after.
Project support worker in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 26 January 2021
Interesting place to work
Good job, poor pay, poor management. Diverse staff team, disagree with only 2 on a shift given the nature of the clientele and risk factors associated with the job role.
St Charles Borromeo SVP worker in Varied
on 10 August 2020
Fulfilling and rewarding
Fulfilling, rewarding, varied and interesting with the added bonus of meeting new people. It is good fun working with friendly fellow co workers, the clients we serve and various essential key workers. Recommended to anyone seeking joy and fulfillment in their work.
Assistant Manager SVP in Camberley
on 5 August 2020
Checking clothes were ok to be sold taking in donations for people speaking, to clients and getting people to join svp so they would receive an additional 25% from the government when they came in to donate things and inturn was sold. The hardest part of the Job was lifting the bags of clothes that weren't acceptable and had to go into the particular area for the a for the rag and bone man to come and buy on a Monday. The most enjoyable part of the job was talking to all the different people.
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