For over 20 years, our charity has implemented a range of volunteer-led projects which preserve the wildlife and heritage of the Manhood Peninsula, south of Chichester. We are currently looking for motivated individuals to take on key voluntary leadership roles within our Group, to promote and support the expansion of this vital conservation work.
If you are interested in taking on one of the following volunteering opportunities, please contact Leanne Clements, our Community Conservation Project Officer, at:
T: 07798 618575
Community Conservation Assistant
Our community conservation assistant will be supporting the community conservation officer in their project to recruit volunteering teams, which take care of their local environment. Engaging with the public in person and through promotional material, will be vital to the role.
The volunteer co-ordinator will work to recruit, induct and train volunteers. They will take a friendly approach to volunteer engagement and organise volunteering activities.
Events Team Leader
Our events team leader will be responsible for supporting other team members in planning events, as well as coordinating their own events, with a view to increase opportunities for learning and engagement with the wider community.
The events assistant will join the events team leader and other team members, in attending local events. The assistant will enthusiastically promote the work and aims of the group.
Community Fundraising Team Leader
The community fundraising team leader will co-ordinate approaches with the community fundraising assistant to raise unrestricted funds, process grant applications and develop our online giving.
Community Fundraising Assistant
Our community fundraising assistant will use marketing skills and create promotional material, to raise funds. The assistant will work with the community fundraising team leader and will support local people who wish to fundraise for us.
Work Party Team Leader
The work party team leader will be trained to run practical conservation activities across the Manhood Peninsula, for small groups of volunteers. Ensuring the safety of volunteers at events is a key responsibility for this role.