POW Nottingham is looking for a part time Volunteer Coordinator to cover maternity leave.
POW Nottingham depends on its network of volunteers to help throughout the organisation, and this position will play a key role in shaping and growing involvement of volunteers across the whole organisation.
You will recruit, manage, support and develop a number of volunteer roles, including, but not exclusively, drop-in, outreach, maintenance, administration and trustee roles.
You will be responsible for developing a strong volunteer culture across the organisation, advocating on behalf of and promoting volunteers at all times.
The values of POW Nottingham reflect our vision and what is important to those we support, these are:
- Safety – Ensuring people have a safe space and can be safeguarded and protected from further harm.
- Support – Informing and advocating based upon each person’s needs.
- Choice – Enabling people to make their own choices without stigma.
- Empower – Giving people the tools to care for themselves and to inform our work.
The main role responsibilities (further outlined in the job description) are:
- To recruit, inducted and coordinate volunteers across POW Nottingham services.
- Work with other members of POW Nottingham to identify and define volunteer opportunities.
- Coordinate volunteers to support with external events, training and the promotion of POW Nottingham.
- Ensure volunteers have regular supervision and they are satisfied and well informed in their roles, including training and development opportunities.
- To have oversight, and collate information on all volunteer activity, including those directly line managed by others.
- Produce regular reports on volunteer activity within POW Nottingham.
- Maintain and develop relevant volunteer policies and paperwork.
- Maintain up to date knowledge of volunteer legislation and policy, and ensure it is implemented at POW Nottingham.
- Source funding and opportunities to increase the training and development packages we can offer our volunteers.
- Attend relevant volunteer and networking events as a representative of POW Nottingham, building a range of contacts to promote volunteering opportunities at POW Nottingham.
Experience of the sex work industry will be looked upon favourably.
To apply please forward your CV and a personal statement, no more than 2 A4 sides, outlining your suitability and interest in the role (with reference to the job description and person specification) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 14 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Salary: £27,344 FTE
Maternity cover from 1st October 2023 – 31st July 2024
It is an occupational requirement that applications are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9, Part 1, of the Equality Act 2010.
POW particularly welcome applications from people from the BAME community or other minority groups including the LGBTQ+ community.