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Volunteer Manager - Aberdare

Aberdare

Posted 08/11/2021

£24,000 pro rata

Top Reasons to Apply
  1. As a Volunteer Manager, Your overall responsibility is to lead on community engagement and volunteer recruitment.
  2. Your Main duty is to provide statistical evidence on your area of responsibility and to inform funding bids.
Job Description

Volunteer Manager

Hours: 2 days with 15 hours a week
Salary: £24,000 pro rata
Location: Cynon Linc, Aberdare

Overall Responsibility

  • To lead on community engagement and volunteer recruitment.
  • To recruit, train and develop volunteers for Age Connects Morgannwg.
  • To launch a volunteer-led chaperone scheme to help older people return to community life post-covid.
  • To work alongside the other Volunteer Manager to support all other volunteering projects and provide line management to all volunteers.
  • To work in a positive, collaborative manner that contributes to strategic growth and furthers the development of Age Connects Morgannwg.
  • Support new services and contribute to their successful implementation, always seeking opportunities for continuous improvement.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit volunteers and oversee their training.
  • Provide appropriate support and supervision to volunteers.
  • Launch and manage the chaperoning service.
  • Maintain relationships with community groups.
  • Ensure the rights, dignity, welfare, confidentiality and privacy of service users is always maintained.
  • Carry out regular community consultation on ACM’s work and identify new areas of service provision.
  • Ensure compliance with all contracts for volunteer provision, including budgets.
  • To develop relationships with key partners i.e. social workers, NHS staff, third sector organisations.
  • Secure the commitment of volunteers involved in the charity and ensure volunteers feel their contribution to the charity is valued.
  • Provide statistical evidence on your area of responsibility and to inform funding bids.
  • Work in partnership with other voluntary and statutory organisations.
  • Work alongside other services and departments within ACM and ensure volunteers are involved in the activities of the organisation.
  • Maintain effective and efficient working practices to ensure the provision of qualitative and quantitative information is provided for ACM and its funders within the terms of the agreement.
  • Represent the organisation at relevant meetings, liaise with key stakeholders and deliver promotional information presentations to raise the profile of projects and the working practices of Age Connects Morgannwg.
  • Involve and actively participate in relevant team and group meetings.
  • Promote the services provided by Age Connects Morgannwg.
  • Represent the organisation, at events, seminars etc. and convey a professional and positive image of the organisation.
  • Contribute to the development of Policies and Procedures.
  • Participate in team meetings, appraisals, one to ones and training as required.
  • Undertake any other duties as may reasonably be required by the Line Manager.
  • Assist other services/departments within the organisation as and when necessary.
  • Uphold PQASSO standards and demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement.

Our offer to you:

  • 25 days annual leave (pro rata).
  • Day off on your birthday.
  • Flexible working arrangement (as allowed by the demands of the role).
  • Home working (as allowed by the demands of the role).
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Scheme.
  • A warm welcome, induction and training to support you in your role.

Application Deadline: midday 16 November

Interviews: Tuesday 23 November

Company Information

Age Connects Morgannwg is the operating title of Age Concern Morgannwg, a charity for older people living in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend and Merthyr Tydfil. Since 1977, we've been working to get older people the help they want, when they want it. 

We offer a wide range of information, advice and services to help older people stay living independently for as long as possible. Our work is designed to put you first and make life easier. Our dedicated staff and volunteer team offer independent and confidential information, advice and support on a variety of issues such as care, legal, health, housing, income and benefits, consumer, leisure, learning and work. 

Key Facts
  • Head Office:

    5-7 Mill St,

    Pontypridd CF37 2SN,

    United Kingdom

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