(Uist) cashback for communities fund assessor
When We Need You
From 19/01/2011 onwards
As part of the Scottish Government CashBack for Communities programme, young people are encouraged to join their local assessment panel and be part of the decision making process which gives financial awards to local youth organisations to provide events and activities for young people aged 10 – 19 years.
About Youthlink Scotland
YouthLink Scotland is the national agency for youth work and supports organisations that deliver programmes of youth work throughout Scotland.
Skills & Experience
Must be PC literate, have access to a web enabled PC with email and have reasonable communication skills with other young people and adults.
Local assessors in each local authority area will assist with the induction, training and support of new youth assessors. Local venues will be identified to provide training on the software used to assess the funding applications and assessment panels are conducted in venues that are accessible by all the assessors on each panel. Travel expenses are reimbursed to all assessors who have to travel to assessment panels, even in rural areas. If overnight accommodation is required, we will reimburse
child protection isues
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, Trial Period
Training and Induction Details
3 hr training session
We pay 0.40p per mile and public transport costs are reimbursed as and when required.
Frequency & Commitment
Up to 5 hours per week, plus attendance at the local assessment panel every 4 months.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
95 Cromwell Street
Contact: Volunteer Centre Western Isles
Tel: 01851 700 366
Currently no events available