Receptionist – Volunteer
The Today Family Violence Help Centre provides a single point of entry to comprehensive services for those impacted by family violence in Edmonton and area. The Today Family Violence Help Centre uses an integrated service delivery model which requires partnerships with service providers to ensure a collaborative, coordinated community response for those impacted by family violence.
We are seeking an experienced individual for the volunteer position of Receptionist on an as needed basis. As part of the team, the individual will be required to cover the reception area, answer phones, greet visitors, direct incoming emails to appropriate staff, assist with research projects and data entry.
The ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications:
Why volunteer? Consider volunteering to…. gain experience in the community and social services sector, expand future job opportunities, develop rewarding connections in your community, develop and establish professional relationships, network with professionals in the field, gain leadership skills, grow professionally and personally, make a difference in someone’s life, and be a part of a team environment.
Qualified candidates may forward their detailed resume and cover letter to:
Sarah Wakulchyk, Office Manager
301 11456 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5K 0M1
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
Today Centre is a Pride certified Safe Space.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Today Family Violence Help Centre, please call 780-455-6880 for more information.
All volunteers complete an application form indicating your skills and interests. Each volunteer is personally interviewed to determine more about your interests and how the Today Centre can best put your skills to use. All volunteer positions are subjected to a screening process and may require a clear background and security clearance check.
Did you know the Today Family Violence Help Centre is looking for Board Members? Our Board of Directors are a dedicated group of volunteer leaders with a wide range of skills and expertise who have a passion for the work of the Today Centre.
We welcome individuals from a wide variety of sectors including those with a financial, legal or social services background. Learn more about how you can make a difference in the lives of those affected by family violence, please contact email@example.com.