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Volunteering data administrator – Hull and the East Riding

Assist with data administration at RNID.


Location can be fixed within a drop-in clinic setting setting or home based.

Various locations available at:

  • HU3
  • HU5
  • HU6
  • HU7
  • HU8
  • HU9
  • HU16
  • HU17
  • HU18
  • HU19
  • YO25.
  • Fixed project role
  • morning and afternoons available
  • 2–5 hours per week.

What you’ll do

As a data input volunteer, you will:

  • Accurately transfer data and information from paper to database
  • Record hearing aid interventions.

What you need

You will need to provide the names of two referees who have known you for at least one year, preferably in a professional context.

This can include employers, colleagues, teachers tutors support workers community leaders, child’s teacher or a member of a hobby or exercise group you belong to.

Here’s what we think could be beneficial:

  • Some experience of administrative duties
  • Knowledge of using laptop or mobile tablets
  • The ability to work with others whilst using your own initiative
  • Excellent attention to detail.

What you’ll get in return

As a volunteer you will:

  • make a real difference to the people you support
  • help us run this important service
  • receive training and learn new skills
  • meet people in different situations
  • raise awareness of deafness in the community
  • have reasonable, out-of-pocket and pre-approved travel expenses repayed.

Our commitment to safeguarding

At RNID, we take very seriously our responsibilities for the safety and welfare of the people who use our services, our volunteers, staff and the organisation as a whole.

All applicants successful at interview will be asked to disclose unspent convictions under the terms of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (as amended in 2013).

Criminal records will be taken into account only when the conviction is relevant and declaring a conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being considered for a role. Any decisions will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the volunteering role that you are applying for at RNID.

Find out more and apply

Once you apply, our Volunteer team will review your application and someone will contact you within five working days to talk about next steps.

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