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Volunteer Fundraising Coordinator

We need a Fundraising Coordinator to establish a fundraising strategy for the branch, and thereafter to maintain momentum for the branch fundraising programme through the recruitment and retention of volunteers.

Key activities

In conjunction with the committee and/or the Branch Support Specialist, produce a fundraising plan and budget, to be agreed and adopted by the committee, dedicated to raising funds for the branch.
Control and monitor the branch fundraising plan.
Identify fundraising jobs and help recruit volunteers to fill them.

Times & preferred duration of commitment

To suit the individual but reporting to the committee at monthly meetings.

Experience / skills / knowledge / personal qualities required

Experience of fundraising desirable, good people management, organisational and motivational skills essential.

For further information contact:

Please email
clinic@rspcastortvalley.org.uk

 


Volunteer Shop Assistant

If you’re looking to build up your work experience, enhance your CV, gain a new reference, meet new people or just do what you can to help out a local charity, why not consider volunteering with us at the RSPCA Charity Shop in Bishop’s Stortford?

We’re looking for volunteers to help out for at least one morning or afternoon a week (of course you’re always welcome to do more!) in our new premises at 2, The Dells, Bishops Stortford.

You’ll be able to explore and develop your skills and help in a way that suits your interests and talents, whether you’re into visual merchandising, organisation, customer service or rifling through donations in search of stylish key pieces to highlight.

All training will be provided.

Commitment is flexible. Happy to accept seasonal or temp volunteers based on college or university holidays/parents who are only able to help in term time, etc.

Volunteers must be 18 or over.

For further details or if you have any questions, please email volunteer@rspcastortvalley.org.uk


 Volunteer Vet Assistant

We are looking for a volunteer vet assistant to help in our busy clinic based in Harlow.

This role involves helping the vet during consult by holding animals, cleaning up and assisting where necessary. You do not have to have previous experience as all training will be given but a basic knowledge of computing is needed.

This is a part-time role with hours to be agreed.

If you would like to apply for the role please email clinic@rspcastortvalley.org.uk

 


Volunteer Trustee

Do you have professional expertise you could use to help a good cause? Are you passionate about animal welfare? We are looking for Trustees to manage the affairs of the Stort Valley Branch to promote and provide animal welfare within the branch area. As a trustee of a branch, you will have the chance to influence how we care for and prevent cruelty to animals. The position is home based, but meetings generally take place in Harlow. The Branch have a veterinary clinic in Harlow and a charity shop in Bishop’s Stortford.

Key activities

To work with your fellow trustees and branch officers and jointly act in making decisions for the best interest of the branch and the RSPCA. Ensure the branch meets all the minimum animal welfare standards and look at ways of improving delivery of services which aid animal welfare locally.
Get involved with income generation, planning, marketing and help drive the charity forward.
In time, you will be familiar with the aims of the RSPCA, the branch rules and policies.
To actively participate in branch committee meetings and to attend the branch annual general meeting.
You will have the opportunity to attend other regional and national meetings as well as the chance to work on smaller focus groups looking at particular areas of branch activity.
To welcome new trustees and volunteers to the branch.
It’s a great way to meet like-minded people who share your enthusiasm for animal welfare. You will have the opportunity to gain new skills and develop existing ones, whilst making a real difference to the lives of animals. Trustee training is provided and on-going support will be available.

Times & preferred duration of commitment

Monthly Committee Meetings are generally 2-3 hours in duration. Above that we are looking for someone with the right attitude to lead and drive our animal welfare charity. Ideally you will be able to devote an average of 2-3 hours per week to this.

Experience / skills / knowledge / personal qualities required

Most people aged 18 or over are eligible to become a trustee.
You will need to be able to work with people and have good interpersonal skills.
You do not need to be an expert although commitment, common sense and the ability to be objective is vital.
Specific skills such as IT, finance, fundraising, project management, business experience, awareness of employment and/or charity legislation can be useful, but not essential.
New RSPCA trustees are provided with a document “Guidance for Branch Trustees” and asked to attend a training course which provides information and guidance about a trustee’s role and responsibilities.
Ongoing support is also provided by regional and national RSPCA staff in addition to any additional training provided by the relevant branch.
Reasonable out of pocket expenses may be claimed.

Please email clinic@rspcastortvalley.org.uk if you are interested in this position.

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