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Volunteer Coordinator

Pin icon WV7 Wolverhampton
Pound Sterling icon £12.40 per hour
Clock icon Part-Time
Calendar icon 3 May 2024
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At The Kingswood Trust, we are seeking a self-motivated, practical Volunteer Coordinator to join and support our exciting “Nature Matters” project.

Benefit from a part-time role, competitive hourly rate, and the chance to work in a beautiful, natural setting – Don’t hesitate to apply now!


Volunteer Coordinator
Holyhead Road, Wolverhampton, WV7 3AP

  • Part time (24 hours per week, 52 weeks per year)
  • Fixed term contract of 3 years
  • £12.40 per hour

Please Note: Applicants must be authorised to work in the UK


Kingswood Trust, nestled in 9 acres of picturesque countryside near Wolverhampton, is dedicated to fostering connections with nature. Thanks to funding from the National Lottery's Reaching Communities Fund, we're launching our exciting "Nature Matters" Project.

This role is essential in promoting our values of participation and inclusion as well as supporting our overall mission of empowering individuals of all backgrounds and ages to connect with nature.


About the role:

As our Volunteer Coordinator, you'll spearhead engagement initiatives, connecting diverse groups with nature through outdoor activities. You'll develop and implement strategies to enhance participation, ensuring inclusivity and positive outcomes.


Key responsibilities:

  • Evaluate and enhance existing volunteer operations
  • Forge partnerships and explore new opportunities
  • Coordinate with environmental partners for impactful collaborations
  • Plan and deliver Nature Matters outcomes, fostering inclusion
  • Collaborate with fundraising personnel to secure future funding
  • Collect and disseminate feedback to measure program impact


The ideal candidate

We are seeking an individual with:

  • Experience in volunteer coordination or similar roles
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Enthusiasm for the outdoors and nature conservation
  • Ability to manage resources and support volunteer development


Benefits

  • Competitive hourly rate of £12.40 per hour
  • The opportunity to work in a beautiful natural setting


Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to join us and be a part of a community dedicated to making a positive impact!


How to apply for the role:

If you have the skills and experience required for this position, click “apply” today and check your inbox for an email providing more information regarding the application form and where to send this.

You must be authorised to work in the UK. No agencies please.

Other suitable skills and experience include Volunteer Coordinator, Environmental Education Coordinator, Volunteer Engagement Specialist, Youth Program Coordinator, Environmental Project Officer.