County Safe & Sound Co-ordinator Volunteer role desc - County Safe Sound
Length of time in the role:-3 years
Supported by County Commissioner
Number and type of meetings
- County Blue Team meetings – approx. 3 per year
- Region Guiding Delivery Meeting. 1 every 2 years
- County Meetings if required – approx. 2 per year
Can this role be a job share? Yes
What will I do
- Provide ongoing support to the county by giving advice and answering specific questions, often by email.
- Promote and administer any applicable training or qualification for A Safe Space and First Response
- Meet with First Response Trainers to discuss best practice.
- Coordinate and carry out top up trainings over the phone and face to face.
- Coordinate and carry out First Response training
- Ensure details are entered up on GO.
- Keep up to date with new resources and programme initiatives and use and cascade information as appropriate.
- Set up a calendar of trainings for the county.
- Take an active role in relevant committees within the county as required.
- Offer a range of guiding activities that broaden the horizon of members and offer an appropriate level of challenge.
- Help collate reports for those needing training within the County.
- Maintain clear communication with local commissioners and support them with A Safe Space and First Response.
- Be an ambassador for the values of Girlguiding.
What skills will I have?
- Demonstrate a working knowledge and enthusiasm for A Safe Space and First Response.
- Become an expert in A Safe Space and First Response, use your knowledge to solve problems
- Friendly, can-do attitude.
If you would like to apply for this role, please send us a statement of no more than 500 words or a short video considering the following:
- What skills you have for the role
- What would be your first consideration in the role?
- How will you encourage adults to keep up to date with their A Safe Space and First Response
Closing date October 15th 2021
Applications to County Commissioner:- Lisa@girlguidingdorset.org.uk