Youth Club Co-ordinator (RB)
During the current time our clubs are having to work, meet and communicate in ways that ensure everyone’s safety. We understand that this will add an additional layer of responsibility and planning to the role SCYP is available to support our staff through these times of change.
About Surrey Clubs for Young People:
We are a charity that is passionate about supporting communities to provide youth clubs and we are dedicated to ensuring that young people across Surrey and South London have access to safe spaces with high quality youth provision.
Youth clubs are safe places to go that allow young people to build positive relationships outside of what can often be chaotic home lives. We meet young people on their own terms supporting them to experience new things and grow both in confidence and resilience.
Our aim is to provide enthusiastic youth clubs; a place we can show young people that someone cares. And offer a range of exciting and challenging opportunities, through which they can develop into confident young adults. Leading happy lives whilst making a positive contribution to their wider community and to society.
Being part of something special:
If you are passionate about supporting young people in your local community into positive and productive lives you can help start or join an established club as its Youth Club Coordinator. This is a special role within the club needing someone with good people, management and development skills.
- Being the link between the Youth Club and the Trustee board
- Ensuring the production and distribution of weekly club plans for use by youth leaders / workers
- Ensuring club attendance records are accurately kept and in accordance with GDPR
- Assisting in the running of the youth club
- Provide regular youth club information and updates to the Trustee board
- Being proactive in delivering information and news to parents and volunteers
- Keeping up to date and informed about youth provision and the challenges that young people face at a local and national level
What skills do I need?
Qualities that make a successful Volunteer Club Co-ordinator
- A good organiser
- Admin skills
- Gets on well with others
- Great communicator
- Good listener
- Inclusive and welcoming
You do not need to have any formal qualifications in youth work, just a passion for working with young people plus good organisational and communication skills.
Your community benefits from your skills and passion and becomes a better place for everyone.
You can help make a real and often life-changing difference to the lives of young people
An opportunity to work, learn and have fun alongside others who are passionate about youth work
Develop your own skills and personal development through training and learning
Be part of something amazing and feel a sense of achievement
Surrey Clubs for Young People (RB)
- Young People
- Youth Work
Accessibility varies from club to club. We are happy to chat about this to discuss your needs and how we can support you.
- Age restrictions
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
This will vary from club to club and can be discussed in our initial chat.
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
Support will be offered by way of an SCYP/club induction and from fellow Trustees. SCYP supports all its clubs with i.e. governance, training, volunteer recruitment and club development. A review meeting with the Volunteer Co-ordinator will be carried out approx. 3-4 months after starting (considered as essential) to ensure you have settled into the role.
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
Start Date: 07/09/2020
End Date: 07/09/2021
Positions become available across the county on an ongoing basis
Surrey Clubs for Young People (RB)
The Children's Trust (RB)
Runnymede District Scouts Council (RM)
The Orpheus Centre (TD)
Citizens Advice Runnymede and Spelthorne (SP)