Volunteer Administrator - Inpatient Unit

What You'll Do: 

Administration volunteers will:

  • Provide a full range of administration support for patients and staff this may include filing, photocopying, reception duties and answering the telephone
  • Help to maintain stocks of leaflets, by printing and photocopying
  • Handle post and similar correspondence according to local procedures
  • Liaise with local administration staff and other colleagues regarding day-to-day administration duties
  • Recognising the range of policies and procedures that impact on administration.
  • Use professional communication skills to converse effectively with a wide range of people
  • Welcome patients & visitors to the hospice in a professional, friendly manner while actively maintaining the security of the area.
  • Recognise and respect patient confidentiality
  • Present with appropriate work place behaviour
  • Use professional interaction when learning to cope with new situations.
  • Show respect, good manners and workplace etiquette.
  • Be able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Act as an ambassador for Teesside Hospice and promote the service.
Why You'll Love It: 
Helping to make a difference to people's lives.
What We're Looking For: 
Personal qualities: Good knowledge of IT Excellent communication skills Commitment to the volunteering service Ability to work alone and as part of team Polite and approachable Friendly and professional approach
Older People
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Time Management
Written Communication
CV / Resume
DBS check

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