Why we need you
We are looking for an admin volunteer to support our Adult Centre Manager and Deputy managers and team of support workers at The National Autistic Society Centre (Godalming, Birch House). You will be part of an adult service team who supports autistic adults during day hours.
Volunteers have a vital role in supporting the smooth running of the services
What you will be doing
Providing admin support with duties including
- General administrative duties such as filing, dealing with correspondence, answering telephone calls and carrying out reception duties
- To respond to general enquiries and forward on any enquiries which require further follow up or information
- To provide support to the management team to input data – such as incidents, accidents, supervisions, holiday leave
- To carry out fire and health and safety checks for the centre as required
Skills, experience and qualities needed
You will need to have
- consistently and accuracy
- be confident making and receiving phone calls
- confident using a computer to answer emails, input data and produce written information
- be reliable,
- Maintain confidentiality and data protection within NAS policies
- be able to volunteer in a team with NAS staff.
When and where
- The National Autistic Society Centre (Godalming, Birch House), 6 Godalming Business centre, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1 XW
- We would like a volunteer twice a month (this may build up to once a week) we are flexible on the days during office hours 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
- The role will be split between a number of volunteers to cover Monday to Friday
- Autism awareness induction training
- You will have a named supervisor
- Travel expenses
What you could get out of it?
- Gain confidence and experience of admin and data entry skills
- Access to online training relevant to the role
- Have a worthwhile achievement to be proud of and add to your CV along with and up to date reference.
We seek applications from anyone interested in the role, but particularly welcome applications from those on the autistic spectrum.