We have a distinctive uniform for meeting nights and for when we’re out and about on trips. We are proud of our branding and both members and leaders enjoy wearing our variety of rugby-style shirts, cosy fleeces, soft shell jackets and hats.
When we do really special trips, like our legendary ski trip, we design a uniform specifically for that event – it’s different each time and serves as a reminder of what an awesome time was had by all participants. All our uniform is high quality, long lasting and is built to withstand all our challenging adventures whether it be indoor climbing or scaling Snowdon.
We are looking for a volunteer to monitor and organise uniform orders, log and chase payments and distribute to / from suppliers and to / from members.
- Carry out an annual audit of the uniform stock and liaise with the Treasurer & Membership Secretary to ensure that there are enough supplies available for each age group / size.
- Keep the uniform stock tidy and in good order by ensuring everything is in the right place
- Maintain an inventory of items and keep track of numbers sold and numbers required
- Research & source suppliers selling good quality, hardwearing kit
- Ensure that suppliers are providing good value for money
- Monitor and organise uniform orders in good time to restock supplies
- Liaise with the Membership Secretary to remain aware of new members and their uniform requirements
- Log and chase payments in conjunction with the Treasurer
- Communicate frequently with the Group Leader & CAG Management Committee to keep them up to date
We are looking for a volunteer who ideally should have / be:
- Commitment to CAG and its ethos
- Organised & tidy
- Self-motivated, proactive and good at managing your own time
- The ability to build and maintain relationships
- A proactive attitude
- The ability to work as part of a team
- A willingness to carry out a range of administrative tasks.
- Excellent budgeting skills
- A car driver or have ability to travel to attend events & meetings
- The post holder must be able to provide a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Check
Making a difference – what impact will the opportunity have?
Your input is key to the day to day running of CAG as well as securing its future. You will have a big impact because this role is essential to ensuring that CAG always has enough kit available for its new members to wear on meeting nights and for our trips and activities.
What’s in it for the volunteer?
You would become part of our small, friendly team and you have the opportunity to use your time, skills and experience to make a real difference to CAG and the community in which we operate. Additionally we can offer you:
- The chance to be part of a charity at an exciting time in its development
- The opportunity to make a difference to young people’s lives through outdoor trips, activities and adventures.
- Expenses, so you are not out of pocket.
About the location
Where will the volunteer be working?
The volunteer can partially work from home & will also be required to attend some weekly Tuesday night club meetings at Bickenhill to check on and distribute the uniform stock.
The candidate should be also be available for face to face Committee and other meetings.
When will the volunteer be working?
- Some weekly Tuesday evening club nights
- You would need to be available to attend Committee meetings which normally take place in the evening
- Very occasional weekends and evenings to attend events
Estimate of time commitment
The volunteering could be long term.
If you have any questions regarding this role please contact Izzy Jeynes on email@example.com
If you would like to apply for this role please send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at this link.
Successful applicants will require an enhanced DBS and two references.