Challenge Yourself: Could YOU help in one of these key positions?
Challenge yourself with a role at the Child Contact Centre, District Citizens Advice Bureau and County Netball Association.
Hemel Hempstead Child Contact Centre
If you have two years’ experience of working with children and families and would like to make a real difference in your community, the Child Contact Centre may have the ideal voluntary role for you.
The Centre team are looking to recruit a Families Co-ordinator and as well as a Volunteers Co-ordinator to take on the two lead roles within this registered charity.
The Centre provides a safe, friendly and neutral place where children of separated families can spend time with non-resident parents and family members.
Saturday contact sessions are staffed by teams of trained volunteers working on a rota basis. As Families Co-ordinator, you will be responsible for processing referrals, liaising with families and other agencies and arranging pre-contact visits.
The Volunteers Co-ordinator role involves leading, training and supporting a large group of dedicated volunteers who staff the Centre on Saturdays.
These two roles will share responsibility for organising and overseeing the regular Saturday contact sessions.
Dacorum District Citizens Advice Bureau
Are you a people person with good communication and administration skills?
If so the bureau team would love to hear from you. As one of a team of Volunteer Admin Assistants, you will be helping to support the Office Manager and the various advice teams in the day to day admin of the CAB advice services.
This is a varied role that will involve dealing with clients in reception, booking appointments and dealing with correspondence as well as helping with filing, ordering stationery and other supplies.
Hertfordshire County Netball Association
Herts Netball is looking to recruit a volunteer Secretary/Administrator. You will provide administrative support for county committee meetings including preparing agendas and taking minutes. You would also take the lead in organising the annual awards evening. This role is largely home based but meetings (nine a year) are held in Hatfield.