Ref: V018 | Hunstanton Methodist Church, PE36 6AL
A well-attended voluntary group needs a new chair to coordinate the group, and some new volunteers to bring new vitality to the group.
We’re looking for one volunteer who will:
- Need to be available every Tuesday between 10am – 12.30pm.
- Need to be able to travel to Hunstanton Methodist Church, Austin Street, PE36 6AL.
- Be experienced in taking the lead in personal or professional settings.
- Need to be a great communicator, and have good organisational and IT skills.
- Be good at motivating people and allowing them to have a say.
If you’re a person who enjoys managing small groups of people in order to develop supportive community activities, then this might be a good role for you.
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for this role.
Interested in this role?
Find out more by downloading the role description for the voluntary group chairperson/organiser role.
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