The East Anglia Anchorage Trust prides itself on community involvement and utilising the skills, talents and experiences of the local community. EAAT will always strive to have it's heart in the local community so that it's work can be felt.
The East Anglia Anchorage Trust also works closely with Great Yarmouth College to provide mutually beneficial work placements.
We are currently seeking volunteer roles in the following;
We are seeking someone to oversee our fundraising and donations activities and development. This involves coordination of our fundraising calendar, liasing with donors and those who are hosting an event in aid of our work.
The Role of fundraising volunteer requires;
Volunteer Housing Support
Role Title: Volunteer Tenancy Support
Responsible To: Chief Executive/Tenancy Support Coordinator
Location: Great Yarmouth
To provide support to homeless single people to enable them to maintain tenancy. To assist in the Initial Risk Assessments, support planning and assist in the ongoing support and direction to service users to assist in developing their individual support plans and self-determined goals. To assist the service users to move onwards to greater levels of community integration to gain greater opportunities, increased capacity and wider positive network to enhance their path to independent living.
Tasks & Responsibilities;
If you are intertested in any of these roles, or you want to get involved in volunteering with us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01493809989.
Volunteer required to assist with administration at. This role would suit someone who would like to assist our friendly team with a wide range of administrative tasks, from managing the database to filing.
Hours: To be arranged but would be between 9.00am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday
Computer work ; Inputting data & Database Management
Answering the telephone and dealing with enquiries
Managing incoming and outgoing post
Meet and Greet for visitors to the office
Making refreshments for visitors
Support with event management
Administrative tasks incl: photocopying, filing, shredding, enveloping, placing stationery orders, making up information packs
All volunteers should read and comply with the policies and procedures
Volunteer Specification The volunteer specification sets out the experience, skills and abilities required for the volunteer role.
Competent in use of computers and Microsoft Office software
Good organisational and administrative skills
Attention to detail
Good communication skills including an ability to empathise with staff, volunteers and good telephone manner
Ability to commit on a regular basis
.Ability to work on own initiative and be self sufficient
Committed to confidentiality
A commitment to equal opportunities
Ability to follow policies and procedures
Practical, technical knowledge of office equipment
Experience of working with spreadsheets and databases
Experience of reception work would be beneficial
Willingness to attend training relevant to the role
References given – after successful placement.
Opportunity to use and develop interpersonal skills.
Opportunity to learn new transferable skills
Opportunity to give back to the local community.
Relevant training provided
Reasonable expenses paid