Job | Full Time


Women's Support Network

£24,799 (NJC Point 26) +4% Pension Contribution
WSN are delighted to announced that funding has been secured through the Rosa UK Fund for Women and Girls – Justice and Equality Fund and we are now recruiting for the following position: RCNI Volunteer Co-ordinator

Job Summary:                       

The Volunteer Co-ordinator will be a key member of the Rape Crisis Service for Northern Ireland and will be responsible for supporting and supervising the team of RCNI volunteers.  The post-holder will build effective working relationships with Women’s Centres, the wider women’s sector and other stakeholders for the purposes of creating a strong and supportive Rape Crisis Service for Northern Ireland.

Role Description

  • To provide regular, structured support and supervision to volunteers to ensure a healthy and effective support team
  • To support the training, assessment, induction and probation of new volunteers
  • To develop and build a good communication network within the team of volunteers and ensure information and matters relating to volunteer activity is monitored and recorded, i.e., volunteer expenses, training schedules, client interactions etc.
  • To support RCNI’s business plan objectives with our volunteering and outreach projects
  • To work collaboratively with volunteers, survivors of gender based violence and external agencies to ensure the support and advocacy provided effectively meets the needs of service users
  • To provide and continuously refine and develop support systems for volunteers to ensure a healthy and supportive organisational culture
  •  Review, develop and implement support protocols and practice to ensure the provision of a high quality, responsive regional support service

Closing Date

Monday / 22 July 2019 12:00pm

Contact Details

Women's Support Network
109-113 Royal Avenue
United Kingdom


WSN Volunteer Coordinator RCNI Job Desc & Spec 2019 amended.docx WSN Job Applicant Privacy Notice 2018_2.docx Rape Crisis NI Vol Coord Application Monitoring June 19.docx

This post is funded by the Rosa UK Fund for Women and Girls - Justice and Equality Fund

Rosa UK Fund for Women and Girls - Justice and Equality Fund