Our clinet, RSBC, are currently seeking a Volunteer Manager to join their team on a part time basis, 4 days per week.
RSBC's fantastic volunteers provide essential support across a wide range of services and activities and the charity would be lost without them. To ensure that they always feel useful and valued, RSBC is looking for an experienced and energetic Volunteer Manager to oversee the recruitment, induction, deployment and on-going performance management of volunteers across our services as well as numerous fundraising activities. The Volunteer Manager will also work with those teams to develop specific volunteering strategies for particular services and areas of activity. This role has overall responsibility for providing volunteers with assistance and support to ensure their experience matches the charity's vision and goals.
The successful Volunteer Manager will be an approachable and engaging manager with significant experience working with and motivating volunteers and team members alike. They should be committed to embedding volunteers into the organisation by developing their skills and knowledge through training and evaluation. This role requires excellent interpersonal and administration skills as well as a positive and innovative approach to problem solving and people management. There will be occasional weekend or evening work so the successful candidate will also need to have some flexibility in working hours to adequately meet the needs of the service.
Due to the nature of the Society's work, the successful candidate will also be required to hold a current and acceptable enhanced DBS check, or be willing to undertake one.
For further details on the job, please refer to the Job Description on the charity's website.
Post: Volunteer Manager
Hours: Part-time 4 days per week
Reports To: Director of Services
Responsible for: Volunteer Coordinator
Location: Dalston, London
Salary: GBP27,000 per annum (FTE GBP33,750)
Closing date: 26 th March 2018
Please apply by attaching your CV and supporting statement to the link provided.