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Volunteer Manager

Hackney Foodbank

Posted: 13 May 2022

Deadline: 7 Jun 2022

Compensation: £27,500 - £32,000 per year

Paid Part-time Permanent

Job description

Are you Hackney Foodbank’s Volunteer Manager?

Could you play a key role in shaping the future of volunteering for our charity?

Volunteers are the beating heart of Hackney Foodbank - we currently have over 70 amazing, active and dedicated volunteers who regularly help us and who ensured we to kept the doors open and the food and support flowing for people in crisis or trapped in poverty throughout the pandemic. We predict that in the current climate the number of local people needing support will to continue to rise and we are seeking an experienced Volunteer Manager to recruit, select, onboard, support and develop all of our volunteers and ensure we have the volunteers across the charity to meet this rising demand.

Our Volunteer Manager, working under the guidance and direction of our Head of People and Training, will be the first point of contact for our volunteers and will manage all aspects of volunteering to the highest possible standard.

If you have experience working with and managing volunteers, a desire to support and develop a strong volunteer culture and want to help us achieve a hunger-free Hackney where everyone can afford to eat, then this would be the ideal role for you!

To find out more, please see the Job Description which includes information on how to apply.

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About Hackney Foodbank

Hackney Foodbank's vision is for a hunger-free Hackney, where everyone can afford to eat. Part of the Trussell Trust network of food banks, we support people who are in crisis or trapped in poverty with compassion and dignity, by providing emergency food and connecting people with local organisations who can help them to address the root causes and wider effects of poverty in their lives.