Regional Partnerships Co-ordinator (Volunteer)
Remote

Job reference: 000027

Location: Remote

Salary: Not specified

Employment type: Volunteer

Department: Partnerships

Hours per week: 2

About Teenage Helpline

Teenage Helpline is an online mentoring service run by young people to be used by young people. The aims of Teenage Helpline are to provide the first stepping-stone for young people who may need to get professional support, but do not feel comfortable seeking this support for themselves. Not only this, but we also provide mentoring for young people who do not need professional support, but who need a little extra attention and support to help them cope with other personal issues.

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual to join our charity and contribute to our aim of supporting youth to fulfil their best potential. As the Regional Partnership co-ordinator, you will play an important role, helping to maintain partnerships with educational and similar establishments in order to recruit new volunteers. You will be responsible for any administrative work needed in your region to build new partnerships and helping to maintain any existing partnerships in your region. We are looking for a very organised individual, a strong communicator and team player who can see the bigger picture of the impact they will have on our charity. The role is voluntary therefore, experience is not necessary and is suitable for students or recent graduates looking to develop their skills whilst working from home.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Maintain contact with educational and similar establishments (e.g. high schools and charities) within your region to promote a recruitment cycle for Teenage Helpline, to promote our work and to encourage further volunteers to join us.
  • Co-operate with the management team to ensure synchronisation across different regions.
  • Provide fresh new ideas to finetune our operation.
  • Prioritise daily tasks whilst accounting for unforeseen challenges (e.g.: scheduling conflicts).
  • Encourage a positive environment, supporting a safe and productive workplace.

 Skills:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organisation
  • Flexibility
  • Enthusiastic and positive attitude
  • Experience with Microsoft Office applications

 

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