Branch chair - Huddersfield

What

Parkinson's UK Huddersfield Branch is looking for a motivated, reliable person with strong leadership skills to guide the branch and ensure its work is carried out effectively. 

When

Approx 10-12 hours per month

Where

Huddersfield

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What the role involves

The Huddersfield Branch is active within your local community and regular activities include monthly social meetings, yoga sessions and outings.

As a branch chair you will:

  • keep up to date with the news and development of Parkinson's UK and actively share them with the group 
  • make effective use of the skills and strengths of other volunteers so that the group has the greatest impact in your local area

What you could get out of volunteering

As the branch chair, you would have the opportunity to:

  • do something meaningful for people affected by Parkinson's within your local area
  • meet new people and make new friends, both in the group and in the local community
  • learn and develop valuable leadership, teamwork and people skills

What we're looking for

We are looking for volunteers who:

  • have strong leadership, organisational, communication and IT skills so you can work effectively with a wide range of people and be leading the group
  • are able to make balanced decisions taking into account multiple views in order to meet the needs of local people with Parkinson's
  • have a positive attitude to make things happen in your local community

Find out more

If you would like to know more about the role before applying please contact us on 020 7963 9328 or email [email protected].

Please read the role description fully prior to completing the application pack. Applications can be submitted to [email protected] by the closing date.

Volunteer role description (PDF, 1GB).

Region
England
Volunteering type
Support your community
Flexibility
Regular
Time commitment
Approx 10-12 hours per month

Location

Location
Huddersfield
Closing date

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