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Officers’ Association – Honorary Representative Support Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Salary: £22 – 25.8 K (£37-43K full time equivalent)

Location: Victoria, London

Contract:  Three days a week on a one year contract

Deadline: Friday 7 December

The Officers’ Association (OA) Grants and Welfare Department helps retired military officers and their dependants in times of hardship through financial support and signposting to other charities and services. A full time office staff is supported by 120 volunteers (Honorary Representatives) mostly based in the UK, but with some also abroad.  Most of the volunteers are retired military officers themselves.

The OA is seeking a new volunteer manager to support their Honorary Representatives (Hon Reps). The role involves ensuring the service provided by the Hon Reps best supports our beneficiaries through effective recruitment, training and management. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate experience at volunteer management including delivering support services, implementing training and developing individuals. The role also requires experience in managing a small budget, organising events and designing, developing and implementing training programmes.

The candidate will need to have a good understanding of Microsoft Office as well as data protection and adult safeguarding. Good interpersonal skills are essential as is a ready sense of humour.

The role is based in Victoria in London and is for three days a week on a one year contract.

This advert will close on Friday 7th Dec with interviews scheduled in London on 12 Dec.

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