Volunteer Co-ordinator

£15,296pa (£26222 FTE)
  • Posted: 14/11/2019
  • Expires: 02/12/2019
  • Type: Part-time
  • Location: Staffordshire
  • Reference: AT4
  • Type: Part-time

The Cancer Support Program is a service provided by the Beth Johnson Foundation across Staffordshire for adults living with and after a cancer diagnosis.  Our aim is to help those affected by cancer to improve their quality of life. The Volunteer Co-ordinator role is to: 
  • provide line management of and support to project volunteers as necessary to achieve the outcomes of the Staffordshire Cancer Support Programme (CaSP).
  • develop and support a structure of trained volunteers, with a particular focus on befrienders (Buddies), to engage with and offer support to people who have been affected by cancer.
  • Closing Date for Application Forms:  2nd December 2019
  • Short-listing:   3rd December 2019
  • Interviews:    10th December 2019
  • An application pack is available to download below. Please return completed applications by email to angela.tunnicliffe@bjf.org.uk

    Application form
    Job Description
    Person Spec
    Project profile
    Buddy Role Description
    Equal Opps

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Application Details

  • Contact: Angela Tunnicliffe
  • Email:
  • Tel: 01782 844036
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