We are looking for a friendly outgoing volunteer with excellent communication skills, who is capable of working on their own initiative, as well as part of a team. This is a varied and interesting opportunity, providing support to the Volunteer Centre Co-ordinator, including assistance with the day to day administration of the Volunteer Essex database.
Duties may also include:
Maintaining up to date records on the Volunteer Centre database.
Making contact with local voluntary and community groups by e-mail or telephone.
Liaising with potential volunteers with regard to available volunteering opportunities.
Making follow-up phone calls to organisations and volunteers.
Monitoring feedback from service users.
Liaising with other volunteer centres by telephone or e-mail.
Assisting the Volunteer Centre Co-ordinator with other administration duties, such as photocopying and preparing for events.
Volunteers must be computer literate and comfortable answering the telephone and also confident when dealing with members of the public, adhering fully to the RRAVS confidentiality policy.
How can volunteering benefit you?
Experience working within a busy office environment.
Experience working within the charity sector.
Experience to add to you CV, to be followed by a reference after a qualifying period.
General administration skills.
Full training of the database will be provided.
Good basic knowledge of computers and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Ability to work independently and also as part of a team.
Good communication skills and a friendly personality.
The ability to multi task.
A friendly and approachable manner.
Patient and understanding.Register your interest
You will be redirected to the Volunteer Essex website
Between these dates: 02/10/2018 - 02/10/2020
On these days:
2 Hockley Road
Basildon District Scouts
Rayleigh, Rochford and District Association for Voluntary Service (RRAVS)