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Volunteer Co-ordinator

Position: Volunteer Co-ordinator

Location: Richmond

Closing date: 29 August 2022

Role details

Job title: Volunteer Co-ordinator
Location: Richmond
Salary: £30,215
Salary pro rata: Yes
London allowance: No

Hours per week: 35
Type of contract: Fixed term
Closing date for applications: Aug 29, 2022
Closing time: 5:00 PM

Link to job pack for application : https://www.citizensadvicerichmond.org/jobs/

We are looking for a Volunteer Co-Ordinator to build our volunteering programme. We already benefit from the contribution of amazing volunteers, and we want to build on this.

  • You will be responsible for the recruitment, training , development and retention of volunteers to enable us to increase our capacity to deliver services to local residents, build a positive and developmental experience for volunteers and staff, and evaluate the impact of volunteering on the charity, the volunteers and the broader community.
  • You will be responsible for day-to-day allocation of volunteers, supporting the volunteers in delivery of the services and ensuring the service is adequately resourced.
  • You will create a positive working environment in which equality and diversity are well–managed, dignity at work is upheld and volunteers can do their best.
  • You will ensure the effective performance of volunteers through regular contact and appraisal.
  • You will encourage good teamwork and lines of communication between all members of the volunteer and staff teams.
  • You will also be involved in designing and developing robust policies and managing the day-to-day activities of a volunteer training and development programme.
  • The role will be delivered within our offices with some remote working expected.

Please note that this position is subject to availability of funding. The initial appointment will be for six months with a view to an extension subject to funding

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