Oxfam Careers and Employment
- CEORachael Le Mesurier - Executive Director, Oxfam NZ
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue100m to 500m (EUR)
- IndustryNonprofit & NGO
Salary estimated from 128 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Shop Assistant in Port Laoise, County Laois
on 5 December 2020
Great place to be staff and management is lovely
Working here just over a year now the nicest place to be everyone is so nice and get in well together management is great and very understanding could not fault them at all
Door-to-Door Fundraiser Team Lead in Galway
on 8 September 2020
Good short term work
Good for college kids looking for some extra money or sales experience. Don't do it full time for a living, especially outside Dublin. Not for meek people, you will be stuck in the rain for 8 hours a day and at some point you'll probably have to argue with management. Colleagues are always cool people though.
Sales Assistant in Waterford
on 4 July 2020
Nice place to work and meet new people
Very well organized Charity Shop with a wide variety of clothes, shoes, accessories, household utensils, books and toys at an affordable price. Very friendly staff and a comfortable place to go shopping.
Sales Assistant in Dublin
on 23 June 2020
It is a nice place to work, but it is charity so I wasn't paid to work. The environment is nice, relaxed and good management, afterall is a good place to work in the weekend or for who like do charity.
Intern in Pimlico, County Laois
on 17 June 2020
Internship as a charity shop member
One of the best organisation, great experience, must do it. I worked in a shop, we need to sort clothes and objects and then store them and sell them for the benefits of Oxfam.
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