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Volunteer Penarth Sea Cadet Unit - Charity Secretary

Penarth Sea Cadets

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Posted over 30 days ago...

At Penarth Sea Cadets, based on Stanwell Crescent, we are currently looking for an enthusiastic Secretary to join the Unit Management Team to help us administrate our small youth charity.

Overview

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£0

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Penarth, CF64 1DF

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Our UMT meetings are usually monthly and last for around 1.5hrs. The tasks of a Secretary include but are not restricted to the following:

Email details and agendas for UMT meetings. Gather and disseminate Finance, Chair and Officer-in-Charge reports for the UMT meetings. Attend and take minutes at UMT meetings, upload them, and email to team members

There are always opportunities to get involved in other aspects of our charity administration and projects.  

What are we looking for?

Previous administrative or secretarial experience, having the right attitude and a passion for improving the lives of young people are the most important things! If you think the person specification below sounds like you, then please get in touch:

You are reliable, honest and trustworthy You are a good communicator You are pro-active You have good IT skills You enjoy working as part of a team You will be enthusiastic and keen to learn new things

What difference will you make?

By helping us with the administration of our charity, you will be an integral member of our Sea Cadet team.  As a Sea Cadet young people flourish, learn key life skills and achieve qualifications in a range of areas, all of which boosts their confidence as they prepare for the rest of their lives.  Sea Cadets offers a chance to broaden life experiences – whether that’s challenges and experiences like rowing around the UK, sailing on a tall ship, crewing a yacht around the Scottish islands (most of which is heavily subsidised) or meeting weekly to work together at their unit. It gives them a chance to explore their abilities and test their skills, as they work together as a team.  Sea cadets learn a wide range of skills with us, from watersports to leadership, presentation skills, first aid and seamanship skills such as knots, navigation and marine engineering.  Our incredible volunteer support offers valuable role models and mentors for young people,and our units provide a sense of family and belonging. We are often a lifeline to young people who are bullied at school, offering stability and security to those in foster care and we are a pathway to meaningful careers and further education for those that struggle at school.       

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