Volunteer Coordinator

The Treasure Basket Association

Register your Interest

We are still recruiting to this role despite the COVID-19 emergency because it's important to our future. We would really like to hear from you if you're interested, even if it may not be practical for us to meet in person for some time. We could talk by phone or video link initially so you can find out more about the role and if it might be right for you. 


Overview of the role

The Volunteer Coordinator will manage all elements of the voluntary sector for The Treasure Basket Association (TTBA hereafter). The role involves a deep understanding and passion for the organisation and its aims and empathy with the service users. TTBA needs a Volunteer Coordinator who has the ability to cope with limited resources, seize opportunity and think creatively. A full clean driving license and use of a car is compulsory for the use of visiting organisations and assisting volunteers with travel, may be necessary. He or she will act as an ambassador and a public face for the charity.


Summary of Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • To manage all aspects of the volunteers within TTBA, including policies and procedures, role descriptions, interviews and recruitment.
  • Profile raising events to attract new volunteers.
  • Keep up to date with legislation and policy related to volunteering.
  • Generate income, write funding bids and raise funds to make projects sustainable. Take advantage of opportunities, and manage and mitigate the risks.
  • Monitor and evaluate activities and write reports for funders and trustees, maintain databases and undertake any other administrative duties. 

This is a voluntary role while we grow and develop. Once funding is in place, the role of the Volunteer Coordinator may become a paid role in the future. 


Skills

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Benefits

  1. To gain valuable experience which can enhance your CV if that interests you.
  2. The chance to grow and develop with the charity as it grows. 
  3. The opportunity to contribute to improving the lives of local, disadvantaged children. 

Practical Considerations

 A full clean driving license and use of a car is compulsory for the use of visiting organisations and assisting volunteers with travel, may be necessary. 

When do I need to be available?

Details The role will start with weekly voluntary meetings with the Project Manager to help frame networks and moving forward strategies. Four Board Meetings over a year and the annual AGM. Evening and weekend work will be necessary, and the Volunteer Coordinator is also required to represent the Charity at various events throughout the year.
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Register your Interest

  • Details
  • Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
  • Expenses
  • Health and Safety
  • Induction
  • Insurance Cover for Volunteers
  • Other
  • Suitable for 13 - 16 years
  • Suitable for 16 - 18 years
  • Suitable for a group of volunteers