We are seeking a Volunteer Coordinator to work 25 hours per week.
Our Volunteer Coordinator is moving on to a new challenge and therefore an exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Sight Concern team.
As well-established organisation, with over 150 volunteers we must ensure that our volunteers are fully supported and managed efficiently and safely and that we meet our project targets.
In 2018 we won the Queens Award for Voluntary Service, recognition for the hard work and dedication of our volunteers and we need a Volunteer Coordinator who can support our organisation and its’ volunteers to sustain the quality services we provide.
We need a person who is passionate about volunteering and can champion the role of the volunteer at Sight Concern. Our staff and volunteers are at the heart of what we do; it’s through their skill and effort that our reputation is maintained.
We need a person who understands the ethos of the voluntary sector and the kind of challenges faced by a small organisation especially in relation to volunteering support and is able to respond flexibly and sympathetically to these.
We support around 2000 people right now, but we know that over 200 new diagnoses of sight loss are made in Worcestershire every year. Our volunteers can play a vital role in ensuring that everyone who needs our help can access it.
The support we offer changes people’s lives for the better. That’s an amazing story to tell. We need our Volunteer Coordinator to support volunteers in the organisation to tell that story in a way that leaves no doubt about the importance and value of the role of volunteering in Sight Concern.
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