Volunteer Development Officer

  • Full time
  • Negotiable
  • Clydebank
  • Closing 16th November 2018


  • Advertised from 31st October 2018

Role

St Margaret of Scotland Hospice, one of the leading Hospices in Scotland, is looking for a volunteer development officer, keen to continue very active volunteer development in Scotland’s oldest and largest hospice.

Are you looking for a challenge? Have you got the skills, dedication and energy to be part of the dynamic, forward looking and Hospice team? You will have access to a full range of staff development and educational opportunities.

The role also involves providing volunteer and work / study placement support to all areas of our Hospice including clinical, retail and fundraising areas.

You will be dynamic, highly motivated and innovative. You’ll be highly motivated and energised; an excellent communicator and work well both individually and within a team.

Educated to degree level with an understanding of volunteer development, coordination, motivation and support.

Flexible working hours: Ensuring all Fundraising events/activities are adequately resourced in relation to volunteers and volunteers co-ordinated at each activity will require frequent, regular and significant personal involvement / attendance at events which may take place at unsocial hours e.g. evenings and weekends

You will also have organisational and time management skills. You will have a Driving Licence and access to a suitable vehicle.

Benefits:

  • Hospice Garden Room Restaurant
  • Gymnasium
  • Personal Development / Learning Programme
  • Paid holidays
  • On site parking
  • Pension
  • Private Health Care

This post is subject to criminal background check with Disclosure Scotland.

St Margaret of Scotland Hospice is committed to equal opportunities in employment.

Application notes

For an informal discussion, please contact Colin Ashwood, Human Resources Manager Tel. 0141 435 7001

Closing date: 16th November 2018

Please visit our website smh.org.uk Download our Application form. Alternatively you can request an application pack by email at: humanresources@smh.org.uk or call 0141 435 7001

Email: humanresources@smh.org.uk

Web-site: smh.org.uk


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