Volunteer Greeters

Commitment as and when required, especially at weekends or on weekday evenings, ongoing Location across the organisation

To welcome volunteers at the beginning of their volunteering, assist with their inductions and show them around

All Jewish Care volunteers, irrespective of their role, are expected to uphold the values of Jewish Care in the following ways:

  • Support others and work for the greater good of Jewish Care and its customers
  • Seek to understand the needs and goals of others and what is meaningful to them
  • Do what they say they will and keep others informed
  • Respect confidentiality, share information when appropriate and speak out when concerned
  • Take pride in their role, set high standards and complete tasks to the best of their ability
  • Seek clarification and guidance if what is expected of them is unclear•Be welcoming and treat everyone with respect regardless of their culture, heritage, background or personal characteristics
  • Communicate in a clear and thoughtful way that is easy to understand
  • Listen, seek to understand and take an interest in others’ perspectives
  • Be kind, respectful and helpful to everyone
  • Take personal ownership for issues and see tasks through to completion
  • Be flexible and adaptable as needs change

Apply if you are:

  • personable, patient, organised, good communicator, able to work with people of all ages
  • able to deliver Health & Safety briefings to small groups

The following personal attributes are required for this role:

  • Reliable, punctual & committed
  • Friendly, enthusiastic & approachable
  • Good communicator & listener
  • Understanding, respectful, patient, non-judgemental & empathetic
  • Organised
  • Honest
  • Mindful of Confidentiality and Safeguarding issues (Training will be provided)
  • Act professionally and as an ambassador for Jewish Care
  • Cooperative, flexible and a team player
  • Willingness to learn and develop
  • Person-centred approach
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