Applying for a role with the Dove Service
Whichever role you apply for with us you will need to complete an application form and an equal opportunities monitoring form, which you can email or post to us. Both of these forms can be found at the bottom of this section.
If you are applying for a specific role the Job Description and Person Specification will be shown with the advert for that role. If you have any problems downloading or accessing information about any of our opportunities please do not hesitate to ring our office.
Please email completed applications for the attention of Sarah Mockridge at email@example.com
** WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT ANY APPLICATIONS BY POST AS WE DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE ACCESS TO OUR OFFICES **
Application Form V2 July 2019
Equal Opps Monitoring Form 2019
If you are an experienced professional who would be interested in volunteering your support to our organisation and could commit to attending Trustee Meetings on a bi-monthly basis, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for Trustee’s with specific knowledge and experience in Fundraising/Marketing and someone to fulfill our Treasurer role (see job description below). For an informal chat about the role of a trustee please contact our CEO Charlie O’Dell or download our Trustee Information Pack below.
Trustee Info Pack Feb 19
TDS Treasurer Role Description
3+ hours per week
The Dove Service is looking for several qualified volunteer Counsellors to work with clients in North Staffordshire (adults or children)/Stoke-on-Trent (adults or children)/Cheshire (adults or children)/Wirral (children).
This role requires great flexibility, time management and communication skills. The successful applicant also requires self-motivation and the ability to manage their own workload.
Experience in the field of bereavement & loss is highly desirable. This role will require networking with various schools, agencies and other support services surrounding young people.
If you are a qualified, registered Counsellor (minimum diploma level), with or working towards accreditation, and have experience working with adults and/or children & young people in community settings, please use the application form above.
Appointment will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references and Disclosure & Barring check. The Dove Service is committed to equal opportunities in employment and in all areas of its activities.
Vacancies for Volunteer Receptionists/Administrators
We have vacancies for the role of Volunteer Receptionist/Administrator, to assist in the provision of a professional and efficient front of house service for all users of the service.
Candidates must be able to commit to a minimum of ½ day per week.
Main Responsibilities Include:
1. Telephone response
Answering the main telephone, referring calls on and taking messages as required
Providing information to callers and signposting them to other organisations
2. Receiving visitors to the office
Ensure that all clients and visitors are welcomed
3. General office tasks
Log outgoing and incoming post for distribution to staff
Respond to email enquiries
Compile and distribute information packs for counselling enquiries
4. Management of leaflets and resources
Ensure that resources, leaflets and posters are kept up to date in reception
5. Support of Managers and Administrators
To assist the CEO, Project Managers and Referrals Team by undertaking general administrative support, e.g. photocopying, filing, archiving and correspondence
Take responsibility for making, re-arranging and cancelling room bookings
Skills & Qualifications Required:
Experience within a similar role is desirable
Good organisational and time management skills
Excellent communication skills and a warm and friendly manner
Ability to demonstrate good customer service skills
Competent levels of literacy
Good IT skills
For more information, please contact Sarah Knott – Project Manager (Operations) on 01782 683155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application pack.