A core value of The Salvation Army is to support the basic needs of individuals and communities in times of disaster. The volunteer Receptionist role provides client friendly services including welcoming clients, responding to telephone calls, interpreting and catering to the initial welfare and needs of the clients and performing general administration duties consistent with a reception environment. Safety and well-being of self and others is vital and there is a requirement to identify and report hazards and incidents.
The successful candidate will be supported with induction and training to succeed in the role.
A role profile for this position is available upon request and will also be provided to the successful applicant during the interview process.
**IMPORTANT: We kindly request that you provide a brief outline of your relevant experience, as well as your availability in the application comments section. Due to limited resources, we can only respond to applicants who have provided this information.
This role is ongoing and as such a commitment of 6 months or more is desirable. This role is 2 days per week. Please advise your availability in your expression of interest.
Qualifications & Experience Requirements Of The Role
Experience in reception, office administration and customer service an advantage but not essential
Mandatory Requirements Of The Role
- Fully complete The Salvation Army's volunteer registration process
- Current Criminal History Check (Police Check) and integrity checks as required
- Complete TSA induction modules and any other training as required (e.g. Child safe organisation induction)
If you are looking for an on-going front line volunteer role, this is the one.