Do you have a good understanding of administrative good practice and support processes plus experience of providing excellent customer service and support? Then join Shelter as a Volunteering Administrator and you could soon be integral to the Volunteering team’s work in developing consistent, quality volunteer mobilisation across the organisation.
Day-to-day you will provide a professional customer-focused administrative service and deliver excellent customer relations, both internally and externally.
You’ll also be responsible for managing the responsive advertising of volunteering opportunities, helping to process safeguarding checks for new starters and providing administrative support for our volunteering database, Better Impact.
Acting as the first point of contact for enquiries about volunteering, whether by phone, email or via the website, will be important too. And, signposting colleagues to the correct contact or source of advice.
Highly efficient and well-organised, you have a responsive approach to everything you do (i.e. if an email comes in you action it straight away).
What’s more, you’ll need to know your way around a database as you’ll be using one on a daily basis, so experience of handling and managing data is a must.
A real emphasis on customer service and satisfaction is essential too, as is proficiency using Microsoft Office applications.
Creative and innovative and quick to respond to change, you always strive to deliver a prompt and effective personalised service.
You also enjoy working collaboratively, respect others opinions and have the all-round communication skills it takes to quickly build a network of strong working relationships.
£24,042.49 per annum
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- preferred candidate strengths Approachable, Compassion, Empathy, Relationship Building, Responsible
- Salary (£) £24,042.49 per annum