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VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Deadline 21st October

RECRUITMENT PACK – Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator (Oct 2020)

Job title:                           Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator

Reporting to:                  Operations Manager

Salary:                              Up to £22,000

Hours:                               Full-time. 37.5 hrs a week – 1 year contract

Responsible for:               Volunteers

Purpose of the post:

The Volunteer Programme at FareShare South West (FSSW) is an essential part of our operational model and delivers against our charitable purpose. The purpose of this role is to:

  • Utilise and develop existing processes to manage volunteer enquiries through to successful on-boarding and retaining a volunteer workforce that meets the changing operational needs of the organisation, while supporting the volunteers with their training and development needs.
  • To identify needs within the workforce and to proactively engage in targeted recruitment in multi-media formats and with attending volunteer recruitment events throughout the Bristol area.
  • Working with the Volunteer Manager, ensure recruitment outcomes that increase the diversity of the workforce and the hard to reach are achieved.
  • Ensure compliance with GDPR regulations, National policies and internal FareShare South West procedures.

To apply, please download the recruitment pack below and email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@faresharesouthwest.org.uk .

RECRUITMENT PACK – Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator (Oct 2020)

For any general enquiries about working with us, feel free to email us on info@faresharesouthwest.org.uk.

If you want to talk to us about volunteering, check out our volunteer page to find out more.

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