Legacy Development Coordinator

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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
Reference number J55955

Opportunity description

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.

The role

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.

Required skills

  • Accountancy
  • Financial management
  • Business development
  • Public relations
  • General management
  • Governance
  • Social care / counselling

Person description

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

Time commitment

Either in or out of office hours

This role is flexible.

Other details

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.