Our volunteers are at the core of our organisation, making up our Support Network, which allow us to reach and make a difference to those struggling with the effect endometriosis has on their lives. Without our Support Network volunteers, we would be unable to reach the thousands who rely on us for support and information.
How does this role make a difference?
The forum is an important part of the charity's ability to provide information, support, a sense of belonging and community to those with endometriosis all over the country. Volunteering as a moderator is a very rewarding way to help others by using your knowledge of endometriosis and occasionally your own experience.
What will the role require me to do?
This role involves assisting the Support Network Manager in ensuring that the forum is a welcoming and safe supportive environment for members. You'll be responsible for taking part in discussions and providing relevant, unbiased and accurate information, while also ensuring posts adhere to our Code of Conduct.
No special qualifications are needed for this role, but access to a computer and the internet is essential. Endometriosis UK will provide full training and ongoing support once training.
How do I apply?
We are not currently recruiting for this role
For more information about the role, you can download the role description here.