Please be aware this is a remote role which can be undertaken anywhere in the U.K. You will need internet access and a laptop/computer. When enquiring please select location 'Head Office'

What is it?

As a Digtial Volunteer Coordinator, you will help support a cohort of e-mentors carry out their roles on our bespoke online learning and mentoring channel; Prince's Trust Online. 

The role involves:

  • Using tools such as email and Skype, working closely with a member of the digital volunteering team and e-mentors
  • Matching e-mentors and young people to start their mentoring relationship
  • Supporting a cohort of e-mentors with challenges which they may face whilst mentoring online
  • Tracking the progress of the e-mentoring relationship

What is the impact?

With your support, we are able to offer more personalised support to our e-mentors working with our young people, and can share your knowledge and the best practice you have seen from other volunteers to ensure the highest quality support for our young people. 

This is a brand new role and you will also help us shape and develop the role to ensure we can offer the best support to e-mentors and young people.

What is the time commitment? 

Ideally, a commitment of around 12 hours per week for a minimum of three to six months. However, this time comment is flexible to be spread across the week.

The ultimate reward for me is when a young person gets into a job with the support of their mentor. I know they have made it because of the part I played, which is an unbelievable feeling.
Becky Issitt, Volunteer Coordinator

Opportunities are available in:

This is a remote role which can be undertake from home. However, if you wish, there are opportunities to work in our offices in:

  • Edinburgh
  • London

To ensure your enquiry for this role reaches the right team, please select the location 'Head Office'

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