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Volunteer Coordinator

Part-time, 17.5 hours per week, £21k per annum pro-rata

Circles South West logo1 year fixed term contract initially. Secondments welcomed. Home working position.

Circles South West protects children, young people and vulnerable adults from sexual harm by facilitating 'Circles of Support and Accountability', an innovative community response to the problem of sexual abuse. Small groups of carefully selected, trained, community volunteers monitor sex offenders, hold them to account and support them to lead law abiding lives. A small, independent charity, we work in partnership with public protection agencies across the South West region.

As Volunteer Coordinator you will take the lead on volunteer recruitment, coordinate the volunteer training and assessment programme and provide quality IT, administrative and practice support for the volunteering function. Working closely with Circles Coordinators across the South West region, you will maintain the volunteer database, lead on volunteer communications, produce the volunteering handbook, and maintain relevant policies and procedures.

This position will be based in the South West region and is likely to be home-based.

Circles South West values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of our work.

Download application documents:

Or, contact us at info.circlessw@gmail.com

Deadline for applications 5pm Friday 3rd July 2015
Interviews Thursday 16th July 2015

We are now recruiting Circles Volunteers across the South West

Registered Charity No 1138726 | Company No 0736778

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Abbey House/Abbey Square
Reading RG1 3BE
United Kingdom
 
0118 950 0068
 
http://circles-uk.org.uk/

 

Confidentiality statement

Circles UK, as the umbrella charity for Circles Projects across England Wales can provide information on the availability of Circles across England and Wales and how to volunteer for our work. Circles UK itself does not provide advice or counselling. In a situation when anyone contacting us provides identifying information and raises our concerns that a child is at risk, or a criminal offence has been committed of which the police may be unaware, we will pass that information onto the appropriate agencies.