Skills Centre, Volunteer Administrator
Title: Volunteer Administrator
Supported by: Super Administrator - Skills
Main purpose: To provide administrative support to the skills centre team.
Overview of role
Our Volunteer Administrator will help us to deliver high learning and employment support to local organisations and individuals. The role will support the Super Administrator to organise courses, prepare and submit funding paperwork and maintain participant tracking systems.
Depending on need, responsibilities may include:
Photocopying of course paperwork.
Preparation of course files.
Assisting the team with completion of paperwork for training courses
Handling general queries
Support for reception
Administrative support for Key Workers within the department
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with people at all levels.
Good computer skills, with knowledge of Office. Word skills are particularly useful.
A clear and confident telephone manner.
A good standard of English, written and verbal.
It helps to have a sense of humour, and to be flexible in your approach to work as this role can be quite varied.
The ability to work with a range of people is helpful.
On the job training will be provided.
Times and commitment
There is generally a degree of flexibility with this role to suit the availability of volunteers. It is generally most helpful to both sides if you can commit to a minimum of three months, at a minimum of one day per week.
PCDT currently has vacancies for Volunteer Mentors to assist with the New Enterprise Allowance programme.
WANTED –Friendly, committed business people, who can give a small amount of time to support people who have a great business idea that needs unlocking and developing.
- You will be helping unemployed people to begin their journey to self-employment. This very rewarding role will also make a huge difference to our local economy.
- You will have ideally run your own business or have considerable business experience; you will be enthusiastic, concerned, responsible and patient.
A Mentoring or Coaching qualification would be an advantage but is not essential.