1 person is interested
1 person is interested
To coordinate and plan the recruitment, induction and retention of volunteers for all aspects of our activities.
Understand the volunteer roles available and the volunteers interests.
Centralised recruitment of all volunteers to ensure that we have a clear understanding of the skills that they bring to the organisation, their time availability and any particular needs.
An induction process that ensures that all volunteers are aware of the strategic aims of the Trust, the history of the canals, the management structure and the expectations we have of all volunteers.
Consistent communication of Trust policies and topical news items to all volunteers.
A regular review of current and future volunteer requirements to enable recruitment as necessary.
Development of younger and more diverse volunteer groups.
Ensure our volunteers are appreciated and recognised.
Establishment of links with local businesses and organisations to communicate the volunteering opportunities that we have.
About The Cotswold Canals Trust
Bell House, Wallbridge, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 3JS, GB
The preservation, maintenance in good order and improvement of canals, navigable rivers and inland waterways for the use of the public" with the objective to restore the canals from Saul Junction at the western end to Lechlade in the east so linking the two great rivers of Thames and Severn. This will provide navigable links to the wider UK canal network.
The Cotswold Canals Trust is a charity run by volunteers from the local community, giving time and energy to save our heritage and improve our local environment for the benefit of everyone.
The origins of The Cotswold Canals Trust date back to 1972 when it was the Stroudwater Canal Society. By 1975, the Trust was a registered charity and incorporated for the purpose of preserving, maintaining and improving the Stroudwater Navigation and the Thames & Severn Canal (i.e. the Cotswold Canals).
Bell HouseWallbridgeStroud, United Kingdom
September 28, 2021
- Human Resources Training & Development
- Human Resources Assistance
- Must be at least 18
- We estimate the average minimum time for this role will be 7 hours per week in addition to attending monthly Trust Council meetings currently held on the first Wednesday of the month between 4 and 6.30pm (excluding January & August).