Accessibility Officer

What You'll Do: 

We want to reach out to all communities, offering assistive technology options to ensure individuals feel comfortable within our settings - both virtually and in person. We feel that this can be acheived through the right person's contribution and recommendations on how to become an even more inclusive network.

Why You'll Love It: 
Within the network, we constantly evolve and diversify and it is extremely important to us that we continue to do so. The time you give us each month would contribute to improving and enhancing our offerings for women across the Tees Valley.
What You'll Learn: 
We offer all of our volunteers the chance to upskill and develop, in which ever areas they feel that we can support. Further more, business connections and the chance to expand in your own personal network are always enhanced, as well as forming wonderful friendships.
What We're Looking For: 
The perfect individual will be someone who has lived experience around accessibility and accessibility tools, or who has a great understanding. We are happy for this person to work with us in person or remotely in a virtual role.
Summary
Volunteering
Middlesbrough
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week

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