Work With Us Volunteer Manager Fixed Term for 12 months (with the possibility for extension) Part Time - 3 days a week Up to £35,000pa pro rata The Volunteer Manager is a newly created role and forms part of our strategy to embed volunteering into the culture of the London Irish Centre, covering every aspect of how we work. The London Irish Centre is the largest Irish charity outside of Ireland. Our mission is to empower and enrich lives through Irish community and culture. We have been supporting the Irish community for over sixty years. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, strategic thinking, proactive Volunteer Manager who enjoys developing people and volunteer services. The LIC has developed a new volunteering strategy, building on a proud history of volunteering in the London Irish community. The focus of this new role is to implement the strategy as organisational lead for volunteering. Using an innovative, organised and partnered approach, the post-holder will support and develop volunteer involvement and contributions in new ways, making best use of people's motivations and skills in line with the LIC's strategic objectives. Why you should work for the London Irish Centre We are a dynamic, progressive and inclusive charity We are driven by our core values We enjoy a strong reputation, supporting more than 2,000 people each year We cherish our staff as our greatest asset: we support them with opportunities for training and development We work as one big family whilst maintaining clear professional boundaries We have a comprehensive programme of staff benefits, including Cycle to Work and Tech schemes, and discounts at events, our shop and bar We have a strong emphasis on employee wellbeing, with access to an Employee Assistance Programme and mindfulness courses We welcome people from all sections of the community. You do not have to be Irish to apply for this role, however an interest in Irish culture is a must. Full job details can be downloaded here. You can download the application form here. To apply for this role, complete the application form and upload it here. The deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 5th October.