How would you like to train as a Voluntary Deputy Coordinator ?
You will need to develop a good working knowledge of:
Our area of operation, existing and potential client groups and their needs and contact details, volunteers, their skills, training profile, availability including holiday commitments and contact details.
Legislation related to vehicle and driver licensing, vehicle and liability insurance and fleet management plus compliance with Section 19 Permit conditions, fleet support services and relevant contact details.
Our contribution payments framework for people’s use of our community transport services and our Committee of Management’s terms of governance.
You will use this knowledge to support the Coordinator by:
Working from home with electronic connection to our scheduling database and offering client telephone access particularly while the Group has no separate office facility, but all your “out-of-pocket” expenses will be paid by Carebus.
Undertaking specific (agreed) routine administrative tasks.and covering (when possible) sickness and holiday absence on the part of our Coordinator including job scheduling, plus attending (when possible) internal and external meetings on behalf of our Coordinator. If you have a D1 licence you could also drive when necessary!
Your voluntary status will always be respected, but your conduct will need to be commensurate with our organisation’s duty of care within the context of all relevant current legislation.