Volunteer Administrator

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We are looking for someone to help support our dynamic volunteering team by providing basic, flexible administrative support and acting as a point of contact for our new and existing volunteers. You will support the development of our quarterly newsletter, and help with the recruitment of new volunteering opportunities.

A friendly, approachable and non-judgemental approach is required as well as good listening and communication skills.

Organisation aims and objectives

NHS Ayrshire & Arran is proud to invest in its volunteers and promotes the benefits of their valuable contribution throughout its hospitals and communities. Our volunteers bring a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience – who all make such a difference to patients, their families and staff. Why volunteer? Volunteering offers many benefits and opportunities for the people who participate. Volunteers extend and enhance our services and make a significant and valuable contribution to our work. You can volunteer in a range of settings which provide flexible and creative ways of involving volunteers, allowing service users, volunteers and staff to work together within a safe and accountable framework. What do volunteers do? Volunteers provide support to our service users, which is additional to and different from the work of paid staff. We do not regard volunteers as a substitute for staff, but rather see their contribution as complimentary to existing services. Volunteers enable us to develop different types of relationships and opportunities and to enable users to experience things that staff would not necessarily be able to provide. Volunteers are a valuable and respected resource within the health service. They work closely with staff to ensure people receive quality do not regard volunteers.










Whilst these roles are available Monday – Friday, morning and afternoon, we would not anticipate any individual volunteering any more than four hours a day, with a minimum commitment of two hours per week.


Experience required: You will need good listening and communication skills, as well as a caring, sympathetic and sensitive manner. The ability to remain calm and composed in often busy, demanding environment is essential.
Travel details: Local public transport available
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: Varied depending on the role.

Last updated 5 months ago