In this role you'll help us manage and support
the network of volunteers who work with our young people.
This exciting and at times challenging role will see you
matching young people to Progression Mentor, and facilitating their
initial contact. You will also be responsible for managing a cohort
of mentors, providing them with support and advice throughout their
work with their mentee.
About Progression Mentoring
Progression Mentors provide mentoring support to young people
when they finish a Trust programme for a three to six-month period.
It is to help them move into employment, training, education or
volunteering and also make the most of the opportunities whilst in
employment. It is about guidance and helping young people to find
and translate information, understand problems, identify solutions
and implement action plans.
About the role
As a Volunteer Coordinator you’ll directly support the front
line work we do with our young people by providing structure and
support to our volunteers to enable them to make more of a
difference to young people’s lives. This role will
- supporting and managing a group of volunteer mentors to carry
out their roles
- maintaining regular contact with your group of volunteers by
telephone, email or face-to-face meetings
- helping to match volunteers to young people
Anticipated role duration and time commitment
As a Volunteer Coordinator, you’ll ideally commit to support The
Prince’s Trust for around two days per week for a minimum of one
year. This may involve a combination of office and home based work,
and meetings may take place outside of normal office hours.
Training and support
You will receive full training and ongoing support by The Trust
for this role.
Please download the full role description and
Completed applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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