PASH HIV SUPPORT VOLUNTEER CO-ORDINATOR
Job Title: PaSH HIV Support Volunteer Co-Ordinator
Hours: 14 hours per week
Salary: NJC scales SCP 26-31 £23,166 - £27,394 (pro rata £9,266 - £10,958)
We are currently looking to recruit a motivated and enthusiastic person to join our team as a Volunteer Co-ordinator. This post is offered on a 14 hours per week permanent contract basis.
The post holder will be employed by George House Trust but will work as part of the Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership.
The PaSH Partnership comprises George House Trust, BHA for Equality and LGBT Foundation, together delivering Greater Manchester’s Sexual Health Improvement Programme.
We’re looking for an experienced Volunteer Co-ordinator to lead on the involvement of volunteers for George House Trust’s work, as part of the PaSH Partnership. You’ll need to have a good understanding of best practice in volunteer management and be experienced in recruiting volunteers, planning and delivering training, and supervising and supporting volunteers. The PaSH Partnership offers new and exciting opportunities for joint working around volunteer recruitment, training and co-ordination, so we’re looking for someone who is confident about working in partnership with other agencies.
Volunteers have been at the heart of George House Trust for over 30 years - playing a vital role in service delivery, awareness raising, fundraising and supporting new projects and developments. Our volunteer community includes significant representation from the communities most affected by HIV, and over half of our volunteers are themselves living with HIV. We have held the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard since 2007. There is a well-established and positive culture of volunteering at George House Trust and volunteers themselves report a high level of satisfaction with their experience.
The closing date for this post is 9:00am on Monday 3rd July 2017
Please note that applications received after this deadline will not be considered.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th July 2017
We especially welcome applications from groups which reflect George House Trusts’ service user groups – HIV positive people (and other disabled people), gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, people from black and minority ethnic groups, and people from refugee communities.
George House Trust’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
A Disclosure & Barring Service check will be requested, at the time that a job offer is made.
George House Trust's vision is for all people living in the North West of England to live happy and healthy lives and be free from stigma and discrimination; for all people to know their HIV status and to be HIV aware. Read our Mission and Values here.