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HCCN supports adults with cancer across Huntingdonshire to live their best lives - despite cancer!

HCCN volunteer coordinator

HCCN volunteer coordinator

Organisation role · Flexible hours
Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom
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Could you support our charity to develop and build our community of volunteers?

Detailed description

HCCN the charity aims to enhance the quality of life of adults living with cancer in Huntingdonshire. We are a volunteer led charity and really value the contribution of everyone who gives their time to us. We’re looking for a volunteer to stay in touch with our volunteers, to help them feel supported, understood, involved and cared about. You'll probably work mostly from home. With training as necessary, you will:


Coordinate the recruitment, on-boarding, training, retention and engagement of our volunteers


Provide ‘Working with Volunteers’ training and resources for volunteer managers


Maintain accurate records of volunteer information, numbers, hours and activities performed

Onboard new volunteers, ensuring they understand the structure of the charity, our vision and values


Regularly check in with volunteers and volunteer managers to assess their satisfaction and gather feedback on their experiences

Review and update existing volunteer policies and procedures to ensure compliance

Essential Criteria

- Proven experience of volunteer coordination, preferably within the Charity sector

- Strong interpersonal and communication skills

- Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google 

- Able to manage difficult conversations

- Ability to work collaboratively and build positive relationships with volunteers and stakeholders

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs

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HCCN supports adults with cancer across Huntingdonshire to live their best lives - despite cancer!