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How do you fancy working in radio? We’re looking for a Volunteer Manager to works as part of our operations team.

You’ll be responsible for overseeing the volunteer experience and be in charge of interviewing new volunteers and matching them to roles.  Your key aim will be to make sure that volunteers are happy and effective in their roles.

By working closely with core managers and the board, you will develop and grow our community of volunteers to ensure they feel a sense of ownership and empowerment. You’ll manage and coordinate our volunteer community, and also keep our volunteer compliance up to date across the organisation.

You’ll get to work with a wide range of age groups, from university students to retired adults – and everyone in between.

You’ll play a key part in developing volunteers, enable them to be involved in impactful, year-round activities and help them in volunteer programming.

If you can spare between 4 and 8 hours a week, apply now to find out more about this rare & exciting opportunity.

Volunteering skills can make a great addition to your CV. You’ll be part of a friendly team who love St Albans and our local community and help to achieve great things for the wider community


Typical time needed : 4 to 8 hours most weeks

Essential skills :

Good organisational skills
Excellent communication
Administration – including record keeping, managing online volunteer systems

Ideally you’d have these skills but we can train you :

HR experience or experience of working within a voluntary organisation
Being able to self manage and work to a procedure
Working with a wide range of age groups

Location :  No fixed location

Available vacancies? :  Vacancy(ies) available

We will provide training:


This is a responsible position and full training on our systems and procedures will be provided.
Find out how a radio station is run and get involved in station operations.
Opportunity to work within a large diverse team of volunteers.
A chance to make a difference within a community organisation