The vision of the Kirknewton Community Development Trust is to provide a sustainable and improved quality of life for everyone that lives and works in Kirknewton. Our mission is to engage everyone who lives and works in the village and be an inclusive and vibrant community that invests in the future of the village.
To help achieve this we are looking for a new Youth and Volunteer Co-ordinator.
You will be co-ordinating, supporting and encouraging all volunteering activity in Kirknewton and ensuring communications with all relevant stakeholders, particular focusing on youth groups.
This role is a fixed term contract until July 2018, funded by the Big Lottery Scotland Investing In Communities. Flexible working hours essential as these posts require some evening work, including some Friday evenings from 6 til 8pm. Salary is circa £10,000 for 21 hours a week. A work place pension is also available
For further information about the community go to http://www.kirknewton.org
If you have any question about the role contact CEO Tony Foster at email@example.com or call 01506 883988.
Application is by covering letter why you would like the role and CV by Friday 24th March, 5pm. CVs should be e mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted by the deadline to KCDT Green Room, 12 Main Street, Kirknewton, EH27 8AH. Interviews are scheduled to be held on Thursday 31st March.
Further particulars for the role are below.
Volunteer and Youth Co-ordinator Job Description
Responsible to: KCDT CEO
Responsible for: Youth Club and Kirknewton Volunteers
Hours of work: 21 hours per week
Co-ordinating of all volunteering activity in Kirknewton and ensuring communications with all relevant stakeholders, particular focusing on youth groups
Supporting and encouraging volunteers in current and developing groups.
Evaluate and Monitor and report on outcomes and objectives of the volunteer programme.
Grant Funding applications for specific projects.
Conducting and maintaining our skills and volunteer audit and data, matching skills to relevant activities in the Kirknewton Development Plan
Standardising and implementing Policies and Procedures in relation to volunteers
Ensuring Good Practice is adopted in relation to planning for volunteer involvement, recruitment, support and supervision and training and development of volunteers
Developing and organising delivery of Volunteer Management Training for key staff and support volunteers
Developing volunteering opportunities with role descriptions to support social enterprise development and employability skills
Developing methods of recognising and celebrating volunteer involvement and organising the Kirknewton Volunteer Awards.
Liaising with the Chief Executive and Directors of the Trust
Undertaking any other task as may occasionally be required
Attend supervision and support meetings as agreed
Experience and knowledge:
Experience of community volunteering
Experience of community based youth projects
Experience of managing volunteers.
Experience and understanding developing a volunteer policy
Knowledge of grant funding for volunteers
Skills and abilities
Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills to communicate to individuals, different age groups and small and large groups.