We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to support the Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator (VRC).
Help to advertise and promote the range of volunteering opportunities available at Ruby’s Fund.
Deliver recruitment events across Cheshire East e.g. set up a stall at local colleges and talk to potential new volunteers.
Support the VRC to evaluate volunteer recruitment activity and experiment with creative ways to recruit volunteers from a variety of sources to create a diverse network of volunteers.
Treat all potential volunteers inclusively with respect and sensitivity, regardless of age or background.
Undergo all training and supervision as required by Ruby’s Fund.
Comply with Ruby’s Fund policies and procedures and promote the principles of these policies amongst colleagues, service users, volunteers and other members of the community.
1-2hrs per session on an ad-hoc or regular basis.
Minimum commitment of 6 months.
What's in it for you?
An excellent opportunity to develop new and existing skills, gain confidence and build a real sense of achievement by making a genuine positive difference to the lives of others
Meet new people and be part of an enthusiastic team.
Be involved in helping to run volunteer recruitment events and engage with children, young people and families.
The opportunity to gain experience in advertising, recruitment and PR.
Out of pocket expenses.
Warm and friendly attitude.
Effective communication skills.
Proactive, outgoing and organised with a passion for volunteering.
Relevant experience of volunteering or working with communities, and have an understanding of the positive impact volunteering can have on an individual.
Good record keeper.
Travel expenses. Mileage paid at 45p per mile.
Initial and ongoing training as necessary. Regular 1-1 support and supervision sessions with the Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator.
Minimum training required (additional training specific to the role might be necessary): Safeguarding, GDPR & Confidentiality, Diversity and Equality.