Community Coordinator
Volunteering  as part of our Outreach and Communications Team helping to :-

·       promote and profile the work of the bureau within Odiham, Hook and Hartley Wintney to create better engagement and use of the advice service;

·       promote the role of Citizens Advice volunteers; and

·       help recruit volunteers within the defined communities.

We train our Community Coordinators to develop skills and experience across the communications mix and help you to support us within your local community.

As a Volunteer Community Coordinator you would:             

Promote volunteer opportunities.
Promote the advice services and points of access within the community.
Screen and deal with preliminary volunteer applications as requested.
Identify and agree opportunities for our outreach services as directed.
Distribute printed, web and other promotional material about the bureau and volunteer opportunities to community organisations.
Attend at least 4 key community events to promote volunteering and the advice service.
Support the outreach adviser at outreach advice clinics within the community.
Personal Skills and Qualities:
A commitment to the aims and principles of Citizens Advice.
Planning, organisational and problem solving skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Excellent communication skills, orally and in writing.
Approachable and friendly.
Ability to work on own initiative and self- motivating.
Enthusiasm.
Some experience of Office computer skills (excel, word and PowerPoint) and electronic diary management.
Experience of PR or publicity desirable.
Additional Information:
This role can be flexible and delivered in hours to suit the individual. Much of the role can be delivered by working from home or within the community. Expected commitment would be approx. 4 days a month.
The person would need to be able to travel around their community so whilst driving not essential thought needs to be given as to how this travel would be undertaken. Expenses for reasonable travel will be reimbursed.
Attendance in bureau (Fleet or Yateley) would be required for initial and refresher training.

 Volunteer application form