Due to the continued growth of the club over recent years, we are looking to appoint three Welfare Officer Assistants to work alongside and help support our Club Welfare Officer.
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. But as a Welfare Officer’s assistant you will be key, along with the committee, to ensure safeguards are in place at the club.
With the support of the Club Welfare Officer and the committee, the Welfare Officer’s assistant will:-
The type of person:
The type of person who makes a good Welfare Officer’s assistant is someone who :-
It is essential that a Welfare Officer’s Assistant is approachable, has a child-centred approach and the ability to maintain this perspective when carrying out their role.
The Welfare Officer’s assistant must:-
There is a Welfare Officer code of conduct. Every appointed Welfare Officer’s assistant is required to sign up and adhere to.
If you do not meet all of the requirements please do not let that stop you from putting yourself forward for the role. We are keen to find more volunteers that are passionate about making a difference to the local community and helping the club grow, and and will support you in the role wherever required.