Based at Meersbrook Hall, S8
Heeley Trust delivers a busy Adult Learning and Health Wellbeing Programme at Meersbrook Hall, supporting people to learn, exercise, be creative, seek work, volunteer and to grow in confidence and get involved in community activities. This work includes delivering a pioneering Digital Inclusion Project with our partner Sheffield City Council.
We support hundreds of Sheffield residents every year to take the first steps online, to advance their skills, to access services online and through this we help to tackle loneliness, isolation, develop independence and confidence and unlock new technologies and online services.
About the role
We are seeking an experienced person to deliver our Digital Inclusion Project, supporting volunteers and Digital Champions to teach and inspire Sheffield residents to make the most of new technology and online services. The post holder will also co-ordinate volunteers for the Sheffield City Council People Keeping Well Project and other volunteering opportunities at the Trust.
We are looking for someone who has great people skills, who understands and supports the needs of volunteers and people who do not have confidence in using digital technology. You must be organised, accurate and familiar with digital systems for recording data and managing bookings.
Full Time: 37.5 hours per week
Working Pattern: Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.30pm (with some evening and weekend events)
Contract: Initially 12 months – likely to be extended (funding dependent)
Annual Leave: 28 days plus Bank Holidays
Heeley Trust tries whenever possible to employ local people.
To request an application form and job description please email firstname.lastname@example.org or download from http://sheffieldonline.net/job-vacancy-digital-champion-volunteer-co-ordinator/
We do not accept CVs.
5pm Wednesday 6th February 2019
Interviews for successful shortlisted candidates will be held at Meersbrook Hall on Monday 11th February