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Community Facebook Moderator

About this opportunity

Opportunity ID

Opportunity -12080

Opportunity type

Supporting Groups

Description

Join our amazing team and make a real difference to people living with sight loss. Help create a welcoming and safe environment for people to share their experiences, ask questions and support each other and connect with a local community in a group setting via Facebook. In this role you will be: • Managing group membership – authorising Requests to Join. • Creating a warm and welcoming environment. • Supporting group conversations. • Working with a Volunteer Moderator Team to create engaging content for the Group. • Ensuring House Rules are followed and content is appropriate. What you’ll gain from the role: • An opportunity to give something back. • A chance to build a strong community. • A sense of achievement through the difference you make. •  A chance to be part of a team of like-minded people • An opportunity to develop and explore different roles with RNIB, including our internal job vacancies. In return for donating your time we will provide: • A rewarding experience. • A great Induction and training. • A supportive manager. • Regular updates and catchups. • Expenses. • An opportunity to connect with other volunteers. If you have any questions or are unsure if this role is right for you, please email [email protected], or call 0303 123 99 99 (option 4 then 2).

How often will I be needed?

  • 5 Hours per Week

Key requirements

  • This role requires an enhanced criminal record check and 2 references.

Location

Region

  • Yorkshire and the Humber, North West, North East

Home based

  • This role is home based

Additional location information

  • We are currently recruiting volunteers who live in the Lancashire and Cumbria area.

Who this opportunity will suit

Minimum age

  • You must be at least 16 years old to apply

What skills and experience are needed?

  • An understanding and interest in maximising the benefits of social media platforms. A willingness to learn about local services and activities to inform the community as appropriate. Interested in helping people get the information they need. Good communication skills.
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