Volunteer Administrator

  • VO97791


We are looking for a number of motivated individuals to join our friendly teams across Scotland with administrative support covering word processing, database input, file management, updating systems and general admin duties.
The main tasks include:

• Input/update data on Database and Systems
• Dealing with correspondence
• Supporting with completing and purchasing of the emergency assistance fund

Previous administration experience is desirable. The volunteer will work alongside the staff member until confident in undertaking varous office tasks on their own.

Organisation aims and objectives

Victim Support Scotland is the leading charity dedicated to helping people affected by crime across Scotland. We support victims of crime, witnesses and their family members, regardless of who they are and their circumstances. Our service is independent, free, non-judgemental and confidential. We offer bespoke support, personalised to the needs of each individual. Victim Support Scotland provides information, practical help, emotional support and guidance through the criminal justice system. We offer specialist services to support people who face specific crimes including murder, terrorism, rape and sexual assault, domestic violence and hate crime. We empower people to cope with the aftermath of a crime and find the strength to move forward with their lives. We have dedicated volunteers, supported by paid staff, in our national and local offices across Scotland, as well as our teams in the Sheriff and High Courts, helping us to provide high quality support to those affected by crime. Victim Support Scotland represents the voice of people affected by crime. We influence key national policy decision-making to champion victim and witness rights and improve support services.


Experience required: Previous administration experience is desirable. The volunteer will work alongside the staff member until confident Basic IT training on systems can be provided, however, ideally, we are looking for volunteers with good interpersonal and IT skills. Friendly, willing to work as part of the team as well as capable of working on their own. Working within a friendly team this will be a rewarding opportunity where you will be making a difference to the lives of the people affected by crime.
Travel details: Market House, Lerwick. Shetland.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Training details: All training relevant to the role will be provided including the named person to provide support. You will also have the opportunity to access other training as part of personal development.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
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