Organisation: Parkinson's UK
|Location||Kingston, London (South), KT19 0EB|
|Where the role is based||Mainly at home, or mainly at the office.|
|Travel limit||10 miles (Sutton, Kingston and Epsom)|
|Application deadline||31 Dec 2017|
|Opportunity type||Ongoing role|
As a Legacy Development Coordinator you will lead management of the legacy. Lead management of the project Finance. Work collaboratively with staff and volunteers. The role requires you to have strong leadership & finance management skills.
You will work closely with the Area Development Manager, Volunteer coordinator and Sutton, Kingston and Epsom local group to advance the local group's legacy spending plan by:
- Filling in the necessary paperwork and documentation
- Coordinating legacy logistics including setting up activities, monitoring, and direct communications with service providers and volunteers
- Supporting the delivery of activity sessions
- Providing regular reporting
- Monitoring and evaluating legacy spending with Treasurers of the group.
- The role also requires you to have strong leadership with finance management skills.
- Financial management
- Business development
- Public relations
- General management
- Social care / counselling
To volunteer in the role of Legacy Development Coordinator you will need to have:
- Leadership skills
- Volunteer management.
- Strong leadership with finance management skills.
- A motivated and reliable approach
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Good IT skills with access to a computer and the Internet
- Strong interpersonal skills and able to present publicly
- Ability to work collaboratively with staff and volunteers
What impact the opportunity will have
Parkinson’s UK has big plans and, as a potential volunteer, you will have a key part in shaping our strategy:
- Finding a cure and develop better treatments
- Make sure the right services are available everywhere
- Empowering people with Parkinson’s to take control.
- As a volunteer, we need your support to make our plans reality.
What’s in it for the volunteer?
This role will give you the opportunity to:
- Provide valuable support to help shape the local work of Parkinson's UK, allowing more people to stay in control of Parkinson's
- Will make a difference to people living with Parkinson's, careers and their families.
- Learn about the work of a major health charity, and be an important part of the wider Parkinson's UK network
- Make new connections and develop friendships
- Volunteer travel expenses will be reimbursed
Either in or out of office hours
This role is flexible.
Parkinson’s UK has a strong passion for helping people. If you wish to become a volunteer for Parkinson’s UK you will be supported by staff and other fellow volunteers throughout your journey.