OPP OF THE DAY: Social Media Volunteer, Mary Stevens Hospice

Purpose of the role:

To support the Bereavement Service through regular social media posts which will help us to:

• Raise awareness about end of life and bereavement

• Promote our patient & family support services

• Build networks and partnerships

• Engage with new or established service users.

What you will be doing:

• Setting up social media accounts including Twitter and Facebook

• Drafting and sharing regular social media plans for scheduling

• Monitoring responses, feeding back to the Bereavement service via verbal and written updates.

• Carrying out additional promotional, events or marketing tasks where agreed.

When and where:

2-4 hrs a week depending on service need and your availability. Based at the hospice between 10am and 2pm either Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.

What you could get out of it:

• A chance to contribute to facilitate the support of bereaved families and patients accessing our service

• Opportunities to meet new people

• Ability to keep up to date on current social media trends and tools

• An overview of other volunteer roles within the hospice and the potential to change or take on additional roles in future.

We will require you to apply for a DBS as part of the role.

• Experience of using social media scheduling tools such as Hootsuite, Buffer etc.
• Aptitude in learning to use new online tools
• Good writing skills
• Experience of promoting products or services via social media

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY please contact:

Odilia Mabrouk
Email: odilia.mabrouk@marystevenshospice.co.uk

OPP OF THE DAY: Tour Guide, Stourbridge Glass Museum

Tour guides have a vital role to play in delivering inspiring and enjoyable tours helping our visitors to learn more about the history of Stourbridge glass museum, bringing its stories to life. A chance to develop your own tour. Guide small groups of the general public and educational groups around the museum, and provide an informative and enjoyable experience to visitors. This will suit you if…you love talking to people of all ages, interest and enthusiasm to share the social stories of workers at Stourbridge Glass Museum. Outgoing personality and ability to work as part of a team.

Tuesdays-Sundays (from April 9th 2022).

Time commitment:
Minimum 4 hours per month.

This will suit you if … you are confident talking to strangers of all ages. Outgoing personality and ability to work with a very small friendly team. Interest and enthusiasm in Stourbridges history of glass.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY please contact:

Donna Owen
Email: dowen@stourbridgeglassmuseum.org.uk