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Wanted: freelance consultant to set up volunteer management systems for us

We’re a busy charity, looking after the welfare of the park and its users. Traditionally the Friends offered a range of family-friendly events, and also acted as a representative body, for the council and other bodies. However, increasingly we’re taking on additional activities and projects which use volunteers to maintain and enhance the physical environment (further information about the Friends’ work is available on this website and on social media). It’s clear that we now need help to set up systems to manage our existing volunteer group, and to establish recruitment systems for new volunteers.

Could you be the person who could do this for us? You’ll work with the trustees and committee, and meet with various key volunteers, to understand our aims and plans. Amongst other tasks, we’ll need a suitable database for volunteer details, and systems to monitor and evaluate our work. Experience in the voluntary sector is essential. It is likely that the work will require up to 16 hours a week for three months during the initial set-up, and then up to 8 hours a week for a further three months, whilst systems are bedding in. Hours of work will be largely flexible, with a few required evening meetings. This is a self-employed/freelance contract. The hourly rate is £11ph. Further details from info@rowntreepark.org.uk.

Application is by CV and a covering letter (totalling 4 pages or less, please) by email to: info@rowntreepark.org.uk by noon, on 7th October, 2019. Interviews will be in late October. Starting date to be confirmed.

 

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