Volunteer Coordinator

Salary: £30,215 per annum pro rata + pension contribution

Hours: 35 hours per week exclusive of lunch break

Leave entitlement: 28 days per annum pro rata + bank holidays pro rata

Reporting to: Service Delivery Manager

Contract length: Six months with extension subject to funding.

Closing date: Monday 29 August 2022 by 5pm.

Applications:  Please complete the Application pack at the bottom of this page, WE DO NOT ACCEPT CV’S

Interviews are expected to be held week commencing 5 September 2022



Context of the Role:

We are pleased to offer you an exciting opportunity to become the Volunteer Coordinator for Citizens Advice Richmond.

We are recruiting an important addition to our team – a Volunteer Co-Ordinator who has a passion to build our volunteering programme. We already benefit from the contribution of amazing volunteers, and we want to build on this success, making our volunteer programme bigger, better and higher impact than before.

If you think you have the knowledge of volunteering to help us to achieve this goal, and you have the experience of unlocking people’s potential to make volunteering a viable development pathway for our community and broader, this could be the perfect role for you.

You will take personal responsibility for the recruitment, training (accredited and non-accredited), 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 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.

Every local Citizens Advice is a registered charity. Different application procedures are adopted by individual local Citizens Advice. Contact the relevant one as outlined in the information about this role. You should not send an application form to national Citizens Advice.

All local Citizens Advice produce their own annual report, but you can find out more about the Citizens Advice network or download the latest national Citizens Advice annual report.

Full Job Pack and application form

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