RSPB Team Member (Communications Officer- Exe Estuary)
- Part Time
We are looking for volunteers to join some of our key functional teams to help grow our capacity. This role is all about taking on a few tasks as part of an existing team that supports the RSPB operation. This can be anything from our communications team, fundraising, Education, Families and Youth to Ecology and Volunteering Development. The tasks will vary depending on which team is looking for support, but this can range from undertaking research, contacting stakeholders, taking actions from team meetings, providing support for volunteers or responding to enquiries. By opening our work to more volunteers in this way, it means we can scale up what we can achieve and do more for nature.
Volunteer tasks will vary greatly depending on the specific role, but it may include some of the following:
- Attending team meetings and taking away small tasks.
- Undertaking research.
- Engaging with stakeholders.
- Creating news bulletins.
- Responding to volunteer or stakeholder enquiries.
- Monitoring and recording work on spreadsheets.
This role will require some key general skills, but please note that we will offer full training and induction into this particular area of the business. You may need some experience in the area depending on what it is.
- IT skills, creating documents, managing spreadsheets.
- Excellent communication skills for engaging with different audiences, internal and external to the RSPB.
- Organisational skills.
This is a rewarding role that offers the opportunity to support the RSPB in a big way. You'll find satisfaction in making a genuine contribution to nature conservation. You will learn all about how the RSPB works and gain experience working for an environmental charity.
We like to think we're a friendly and welcoming team, so you'll have the opportunity to make new friends too.