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April 11, 2023
Volunteer and Wellbeing Coordinator (VWC)
Forty Hall Community Vineyard (FHCV) is a pioneering social enterprise which has established a 10 acre community vineyard in Enfield, north London. Largely looked after by local volunteers, the vineyard is the first commercial scale vineyard in London since the middle ages, producing English still and sparkling wines. The vineyard is one of a rapidly growing number of ecotherapy projects around the UK, which aims to boost physical and mental wellbeing through social connection and gentle outdoor activity. We do this through offering volunteering opportunities throughout the year.
Volunteers are central to what we do and the Volunteer and Wellbeing Coordinator (VWC) has the responsibility for making sure that volunteering at FHCV is a positive experience. As the first point of contact for volunteers, a VWC should be in the field with volunteers as much as possible. VWC works closely with and supports the work of the Head of Operations (HO).
Terms: Freelance contract. The successful candidate must be registered with HMRC and will be responsible for settling any tax incurred and payable as a result of providing the services.
Pay: £16.25 per hour
Hours: An average of 15 hours a week. It is expected that you will attend part or all of the Monday morning and Wednesday morning sessions in the vineyard and at least one Sunday morning per month.
Location: Forty Hall Farm and Vineyard, with flexibility for occasional off-site working
Key elements of the role
Please send CV with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications 8pm, Sunday 30th April 2023
Interviews scheduled for 10th May 2023
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