Group Coordinator

You will be using your life experiences and skills to support people affected by PSP & CBD and their families. With a warm and welcoming outlook, you will join our growing group network and be the person that makes the difference by providing a meaningful resource to those individuals in your local community. You will gain satisfaction from helping to increase the support available and reduce the isolation for people affected by PSP & CBD by offering regular meetings where people can come together to share experiences, information or just chat.

Our group coordinators provide opportunities for people living with PSP & CBD and their families to get together to share experiences and develop friendships by organising regular meetings in the local area or online. With the help of PSPA you will source and book venues, provide a warm welcome and deal with relevant paperwork.

Skills

  • Able to make introductions at meetings
  • Good communication skills and diplomacy
  • Ability to support and motivate others
  • Experience of running meetings
  • Reliability
  • Warm, caring manner
  • Good organisational skills
  • Ability to motivate others and involve them in the work of the group
  • The ability to make cakes could also be very useful - but definitely not essential

We provide a comprehensive welcome package with all the resources and information you need to cover all aspects or the role. A staff member will support you at your first meeting and provide ongoing support. There are also chances to further development through annual workshops and other PSPA events.


Details

  • Ongoing support
  • Training provided

When can I volunteer?

Start Date: 08/08/2023

End Date: 26/12/2024

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