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Host Organisation: Carers Trust 4all

Volunteering in our office in Congleton, providing admin support. Helping to support the day to day running.
Joining a friendly team in a charity that supports Carers.

Opportunity Interests: Carers, Health and Wellbeing services, Older People (60+), People with Disabilities, People with Learning Disabilities, Voluntary and Community Sector Support, Youth Clubs / Services
Type of Activity: Administration, Befriending, IT
Location: Congleton
Days and Times for the Opportunity: Monday AM, Monday PM, Tuesday AM, Tuesday PM, Wednesday PM, Thursday PM, Friday AM, Friday PM

This role gives you the chance to:
• gain valuable work experience within the charity sector
• develop your skills, particularly administration and IT skills
• contribute to the work of the Charity

Administration support: data entry, filing.
Assisting with mass postal mailings .
Answering the phone taking messages.

Our offices are open Monday to Friday, from 9am – 5pm. We offer flexible and part-time hours to suit your schedule, workload may vary according to projects going on at any time. We request a minimum commitment of 3 hours each week, for at least 3 months.

Our Office Volunteers are given an induction and training will be given on starting the role. Opportunities for further training will be given as required.

Volunteer Commitment: Short Term
Is a DBS check required for this role?: No
Skills and Qualifications Required:

What we are looking for:
• good IT skills
• good communication and organisation skills
• ability to work flexibly and using own initiative
• ability to be sensitive to the needs of our members
• previous administrative experience would be beneficial but not essential.

Are there any Gender or Age Restrictions?:
Do you have disabled access to the areas a volunteer would be sited?: Yes
Do you pay expenses?: Yes
If yes, for what and at what rate?:

Travel

What support is available for the volunteer?:

Our Office Volunteers are given an induction and training will be given on starting the role. Opportunities for further training will be given as required.
Each volunteer will be appointed a staff contact who is responsible for general welfare and regular one-to-one meetings, so we can ensure you have the best possible volunteering experience.

What training is available for the volunteer?:

Full induction