Grow are currently seeking to recruit a

Volunteer Coordinator

Based in one of the Grow offices nationwide and working from home (in present times)

Closing date for Applications is Sunday 21 February 2021
Grow Mental Health is Ireland’s largest community-based mental health organisation and has been helping people on the road to mental health recovery for almost 50 years.
Grow provides a safe place where people can tell their story in a confidential and friendly setting. Using a world renowned program of recovery, based on a 12 step recovery model, our members meet weekly, establish friendships and begin their unique journey towards mental wellbeing. Meetings are free and confidential. Besides weekly support meetings, Grow also offers free community, workplace, carer, and young adult education programmes.
Grow provides a safe place where people can tell their story in a confidential and friendly setting. Using a world renowned program of recovery, based on a 12 step recovery model, our members meet weekly, establish friendships and begin their unique journey towards mental wellbeing. Meetings are free and confidential. Besides weekly support meetings, Grow also offers free community, workplace, carer, and young adult education programmes.
Role Summary
The main purpose of the Volunteer Coordinator is to ensure Grow has enough volunteers to fulfill its service mission. To meet that goal, the Volunteer Coordinator must perform a variety of duties involving support recruitment, training, providing mentorship and guidance, resources, recognition and program planning to ensure that Grow’s objectives and goals are met.
Grow have many volunteers in our community: This list is not comprehensive
  • The Board
  • The Program Team
  • Regional Teams
  • Organizers and Recorders
  • Panel Personnel
  • Occasional Project volunteers
  • Fundraisers
For more details on Grow Mental Health browse our website.
Download the job description for the role here
Application is by Cover letter and CV to [email protected]
Any queries relating to the role to [email protected] or contact Cliona Tynan on 01-8408236