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Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Volunteer Coordinator

Circa £24,500.00 per year pro rata plus benefits

Hours: 15 (probably 3 days of 5 hours, but some flexibility exists)


Based in Aldgate, Central London

Applications for this role are now closed.

About this role

The People and Organisation Development (POD) team is looking for an experienced Volunteer Coordinator.

You will provide a comprehensive volunteer coordination service and work with the Head of People and Organisation Development (POD) to ensure delivery of the Trust’s volunteering strategy and policy, with particular emphasis on recruitment, induction, health and safety and learning and development.

Benefits include 30 days annual leave, flexible working and opportunities for learning and development.

Your privacy

We welcome your interest in working with us here at the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. In order to review and manage your application, we need to collect certain personal information about you through your application. We are committed to protecting your personal information and being transparent in what we do with it. 

We will only use your personal information as required to manage your application to work with us, or as required by applicable law or regulatory requirements.  

We do ask that you help us monitor our performance on equality by completing the accompanying Equal Opportunities Form which contains no identifiable personal information. Doing so is optional, and any information you provide through this form will be used to provide generalised aggregated reports. It will not affect your application in any way and is kept separately.

In the event your application is unsuccessful, we will retain your information for up to 6 months, before it is disposed of confidentially.  

For more detailed information on your rights and how we use any data you provide us, please see our privacy policy.

Research we're funding

The Trust is committed to funding and supporting cutting-edge research to find new and better treatments for cystic fibrosis. Take a look at some of that work and the progress that is being made.

What is cystic fibrosis?

Find out more about cystic fibrosis, its diagnosis and how it is treated, as well as useful links to our publications and other organisations who can help.

More information

If you would like to find out more about any of our campaigns, publications or anything else, get in touch and we'll be happy to help.