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The best Boards are ones which benefit from individuals from a range of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets. The role of a Trustee is to ensure that Queensferry Sports and Community Hub fulfils its duty to its beneficiaries through provision of sports facilities, opportunities and community space and delivering on our charitable purposes: to provide recreational facilities to members of the general public in the area around, but not limited to, South Queensferry, Dalmeny and Kirkliston.
Administration duties, showing potential new members facilities, taking bookings, dealing with telephone enquiries, Setting up equipment and tidying up after use. Cash handling and record keeping. Opening and locking changing facilities and sports areas as required. Sweeping up and clearing litter after use. Facilities include, astro pitches, tennis courts, function room, gymnasium.
We have numerous opportunities for volunteering in our shops. We are always looking for help to sort bric a brac, clothing, books, records and other donated goods. There are opportunities to work on the till (full training given) in merchandising the shops and windows, filling shelves and general help. We are happy for people to try a range of tasks to see what they enjoy doing.
We would love to hear from anyone who can offer 2 or 3 hours a week in our relaunched shop at 74 Dalry Road. Volunteers help with all aspects of running our lively shop; from accepting and sorting donations, to creating stylish & eye catching window displays, to meeting and serving customers. This is a great chance to meet new people, learn new skills and to be part of something very special. If you would like to find out more why not pop in to the Dalry shop or call 0131 337 0685
Board Members (Trustees) of Link Up will attend monthly board meetings and are involved in the running and development of Link Up so that its service remains of high quality. We are particularly looking for applications from someone who could act as a treasurer.
These examinations require volunteer patients with clear physical signs (e.g. a heart murmur) that can be found by a skilled doctor when they examine a patient, or symptoms (e.g. breathlessness). The use of "real" patients in clinical examinations allows the candidate to discover abnormalities on examination in a way that actors and manikins cannot, and gives the students an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and skills in a much more reliable way.
Set and maintain PEP's vision, mission and values, support strategic development of services, establish and monitor policies, monitor employment procedures alongside Manager, support the Manager, promote the organisation.
Our escorts will receive training that will make them competent in assisting frailer older people in wheelchairs. This training is an accredited course where students will receive a nationally recognised certificate Passenger Assistant Training Scheme (PATS). Must be willing to undertake a disclosure through the PVG Scheme
Working in a group session alongside our Mental Health workers. Encourage and support members through various therapeutic activities such as: gentle exercise, walking, craft making, painting, games, light gardening. This opportunity can be for 1,2 or 3 days or afternoons during the week. Must be willing to undertake a disclosure through the PVG Scheme
Running to a schedule, drivers collect older & other vulnerable adults from their homes, with assistance from passenger assistants; drive them to a location, and pick them up for the return journey. Drivers may be requested to clean the bus or work with other local projects. Volunteer drivers are requested to work with an passenger assistant for familiarisation. Must be willing to undertake a disclosure through the PVG Scheme