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Inland Waterways Association
£23,500 - £26,000 per year
Volunteering is fundamental to the way IWA works. We now have an excellent opportunity for you to join our team and make a difference.
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Chesham, Buckinghamshire
£23,500 - £26,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
This recruiter is scheduling interviews as the applications come in. So apply now!
Job description

Salary:  £23,500- £26,000 per annum + 7% pension (depending on experience)
Hours: 35 hours per week 
Location: Chesham, Buckinghamshire with flexibility for home working, dependent on the needs of the team.

The Inland Waterways Association (IWA) campaigns to protect and restore the country’s 6,500 miles of inland waterways by influencing and consulting with key stakeholders at a national and local level, as well as delivering a wide range of activities from festivals to waterway maintenance and regeneration.

Volunteering is fundamental to the way IWA works.

We now have an excellent opportunity for you to join our team and make a difference as a Volunteer Coordinator for IWA’s Waterway Recovery Group (WRG)

We are looking for an energetic, people person, with a ‘can-do attitude’ who works well in a team to help support the activities of our Waterway Recovery Group and the delivery of their Canal Camps programme as well as offering advice and help to the wider waterway restoration community through our Restoration Hub. 

Reporting to, and working alongside the Restoration Hub Coordinator, you will support our lead volunteers whilst they plan and coordinate our programme of canal restoration working holidays called Canal Camps. You will also support WRG volunteers on their volunteering journey with us – from initial enquiries to taking part in an activity to moving onto other opportunities – all whilst providing a friendly and efficient service. 

You will be highly organised, familiar with working with a range of IT platforms and more importantly be confident adapting to new ones. 

You will also be expected to ‘get your hands dirty’ and attend day volunteering events and working holidays in order to gain a greater understanding of the Association’s work.

The role will involve travelling and some out of office hour’s work. 


Main aim of role: 

To continue to build on the success of WRG’s volunteer activities focusing on running well-planned, safe projects, encouraging participation by new audiences of all ages and seeking to improve volunteer retention across the year.  


  • Manage WRG’s programme of Canal Camps – including recruiting volunteers, running training events and making sure our leadership teams feel valued and supported. 
  • Manage our Legacy Leadership Programme to train and develop waterway leaders of the future.
  • Support the work of the WRG Board in developing WRG’s programme of events each year and attending their meetings. 
  • Support the work of our Technical Support Officer to ensure there is a consistent approach to the management of Health and Safety, and its associated paperwork.
  • Support the Restoration Hub Coordinator in ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of the Restoration Hub– to include helping to run the Annual Conference and any workshops
  • Work with the Restoration Hub Team to develop a new range of activities to appeal to different supporter groups – developing our family camp programme and developing further youth engagement activities.


  • Working closely with the marketing team to recruit new volunteers and encourage participation in WRG events.
  • Create and produce a quarterly e-newsletter for our volunteers sharing good practice and information as well as managing our social media accounts. 
  • Implement ways to incentivise and recognise our volunteers, including coordinating activities for Volunteers’ Week.


  • Support WRG volunteers running Canal Camps by attending projects or helping organise training events such as our Leaders Training Day and Training Weekend.   
  • Run family volunteering weekends. 
Additional documents
Volunteer Coordinator Pack and Application Form (.doc)
Application Instructions

Please complete our application form electronically.

Please refer to the person specification when completing the form.

Your completed application form should clearly describe how you meet each of the criteria that have been identified as being necessary for this post as this will form the basis of shortlisting candidates.

Please enclose your CV, as it may be referred to for supplementary information; however, please ensure that all the questions asked on the application form are fully answered.

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Posted on: 30 July 2021
Closing date: 29 August 2021
Job ref: WRGVC2021
Tags: Volunteer Management
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