Location: London, SE1 (Temporarily homebased due to the pandemic)
This exciting new role is responsible for delivering a large
(approximately 500 volunteers), territory wide, successful and fit for purpose volunteer programme to support a wide range of activities within the Anti Trafficking Modern Slavery (ATMS) Unit, including both external contracted services and services delivered by The Salvation Army.
This role manages vital support to the ATMS Strategy by understanding the scope of the Modern Slavery Victim Care Contract and developing volunteer programmes that support its strategic and operational objectives. Working with Leaders and Managers to recognise local need and developing and successfully implementing the volunteer programme across the whole Territory.
You will be responsible for all operational management duties related to the volunteer programme; including developing operational plans; producing policy and procedural documentation; people management duties; developing effective systems and/or databases to efficiently manage, monitor and update the volunteer base to ensure programmes are resourced as required; fulfilling all required quality assurance/compliance activities; and implementing a continuous review and improvement process for the programme. You will also have specific management responsibility for the Anti- Trafficking Response Team of First Responders.
This position is based at our Headquarters currently at 101 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BN. In December 2021 to early 2022 we will be moving to our new, modern headquarters at Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8BQ. This exciting new building will provide a more effective workplace to help The Salvation Army better achieve its mission.
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