Volunteer Coordinator
Mar 28, 2024

Volunteer Coordinator

£26,000 per annum (FTE)
Cardiff, CF14
Contract , Part Time

We are looking for someone with proven experience within a similar role and outstanding communication skills with all manner of people. As a Volunteer Coordinator you will play a crucial role in recruiting, inducting, training and managing our volunteers, to ensure the effective delivery of our programs and services. You will also be able to show us that you are pro-active, can work independently and that you have excellent organisational and time management skills.

This is an exciting time to join our small team, as we embark on a number of projects to increase our reach and impact in the local community!

We offer a generous benefits package:  

  • Annual Leave: 28 days per year, plus bank holidays, pro rata. Increasing to 30 days holiday, upon completion of 5 years of service, and 34 days holiday after 10 years of service.
  • Company sick pay
  • Wellbeing program
  • Pension Scheme: 5% employer’s contribution
  • Flexible working hours

Closing date for applications: Sunday 28th April 2024

Interview date: week commencing 6th May 2024

Hours: 21.6 hours (3 days) per week

Contract: Fixed term – 12 months (potential to extend), part time

Salary: £26,000 per annum (FTE), pro rata to £15,600 per annum for part time hours.

Location: Based at our Children’s Centre in Llanishen, Cardiff.

£26,000 per annum (FTE)
Cardiff, CF14
Employment type
Contract , Part Time
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Company info

Cerebral Palsy Cymru is Wales’ leading charity for babies and children who have cerebral palsy. We provide specialist therapy and support to families and children across Wales living with cerebral palsy. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of all children in Wales living with cerebral palsy. At Cerebral Palsy Cymru, we focus on the ability, not the disability.

Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in children in the world, and it is estimated that every 5 days, a baby is born in Wales who will have the condition.

As a registered charity, we need to raise £1.5M every year to continue to provide our current level of service. 80% of this total comes from fundraising activities such as regular donations, gifts in wills, fundraising events and the income from our charity shops. We know that the more money we raise, the more families and children we can see.

Because we know – we can make a life-changing difference.

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