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Administration, support and IT vacancies: administration and office support roles including IT.


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JOB: Sevenoaks Visitor Centre Volunteers
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Sevenoaks
PAY:
FOR: Kent Wildlife Trust

We're looking for volunteers to join the largest of our Visitor Centres during our summer period.  Weekly commitment Thursdays, Saturdays or Sundays. The Visitor Centre is in the centre of our beautiful wildlife reserve containing lakes and ponds and is very popular with visitors from across the county and beyond. Our volunteers greet members of the public and provide information about the reserve (you don't need to be an expert, it's the perfect place to learn more about wildlife!) and you'll also be serving in our on-site shop and café. You'll need to be confident to welcome our visitors to the site, and happy to carry out light cleaning and stock checking, as well as serving in our cafe area and in the shop.   We offer full training, and there are lots of opportunities to get involved with our work on the reserve and with our events.  We are happy to complete reference requests for regular volunteers.  More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2w7x8w4

JOB: Volunteer Role - Minutes Secretary for Friends of Staunton Country Park
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Staunton Country Park
PAY: Parking, refreshments and training as needed.
FOR: Friends of Staunton Country Park.

Friends of Staunton Country Park is local group committed to supporting Hampshire Countryside Service in the preservation and conservation of Staunton Country Park, including its buildings and other identified sites of interest.  The Friends of Staunton Country Park group are looking for a Minutes Secretary to take notes during meetings and carry out general administration to ensure meetings are well organised. Their projects seek to educate the public about the park's history and draw attention to the diversity of flora and fauna present in the Park. Duties would include; being available to attend and participate in meetings, taking accurate notes, writing up and disseminating these appropriately, plus carrying out other general administration. Ideally the volunteer would also have good attention to detail, as this would be a key part of the role. For more information email stauntonhlf@hants.gov.uk to find out more.

JOB: Volunteer Role - Health and Safety Officer for Friends of Staunton Country Park
BE4: N / A
IV:
LOC: Staunton Country Park
PAY: Parking, refreshments and training as needed.
FOR: Friends of Staunton Country Park

Friends of Staunton Country Park is local group committed to supporting Hampshire Countryside Service in the preservation and conservation of Staunton Country Park, including its buildings and other identified sites of interest.  The Friends of Staunton Country Park group are looking for a Health and Safety Officer to ensure that that the group carries out their duties in relation to health and safety within the group and any visitors/public they may come into contact with. Their projects seek to educate the public about the Park's history and draw attention to the diversity of flora and fauna present in the Park. Duties would include; reviewing and updating current health and safety procedures, carrying out risk assessments for activities, events or trips and ensuring good practice. Ideally the volunteer would also have an interest in safety issues and have good attention to detail, as this would be a key part of the role.  For more information email stauntonhlf@hants.gov.uk

JOB: Social Media & Marketing Volunteer
BE4: 30-06-2020
IV:
LOC: RSPB Bempton Cliffs
PAY: 0
FOR: RSPB

We need to spread the word about Bempton Cliffs far and wide, but with so many opportunities we need your help! As well as helping to populate creative and engaging social media posts, you’ll also have the chance to be involved with other marketing and media tasks. Perhaps you’re a marketing student, or a communications professional with a flair for the written word - if so we want to hear from you! The skills you need: approachable, with a friendly demeanor; enthusiasm for wildlife and conservation; excellent communication skills ; knowledge of some RSPB work; computer skills (particularly social media - Facebook and Twitter); knowledge of the local area; willingness to undertake appropriate training and personal development; previous work experience in a marketing/communications environment; confidence to initiate conversations with and talk to members of the public; ability to work in a busy office environment; previous experience or study in communications. Who to contact: Maria Prchlik, Communications Officer, maria.prchlik@rspb.org.uk, 01262 422202.