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EYECAN Co-Ordinator Job Opportunity

JOB TITLE: Co-ordinator

REPORTING TO: Operations Director


    • To manage and organise the weekly Social Club, Art & Craft Club and events for visually impaired groups, both adults and children
    • To undertake risk assessments to manage and minimise safety risk to clients, employees, volunteers and members of the public that take part in any activities at Westlea or trips outside of the centre
    • To oversee the serving of lunches and assist where necessary
    • To set up and appropriately resource the activity rooms in order that Clubs run smoothly and successfully
    • To clear up after all activities
    • To ensure that all members are safely transferred to and from Clubs and events
    • To report any concerns for our clients safety or wellbeing to your line manager
    • To manage volunteers that are rostered on to assist at Clubs and events, and report any concerns to your line manager
    • To perform some basic administrative tasks such as sending emails, drafting letters and maintaining activity records
    • To manage the stock of art and activity items and order supplies when necessary
    • To implement any new activities (following consultation with your line manager) and support existing activities
    • To drive our minibus when necessary
    • To manage ad-hoc projects as they arise



Management of activities and events that support and engage community members with visual impairments


    • To develop and maintain good relations with the team and the Society as a whole
    • To work with little supervision and using own initiative and creativity
    • To maintain a friendly and empathetic nature to support clients
    • To develop and maintain strong interactive skills and be able to relate with people of all ages and from all groups of society
    • As this is an evolving role, the duties and hours of work may evolve in the future, therefore the employee should be flexible and adaptable to change, with a pro-active approach to development



No specific qualifications are required for this role


    • Previous experience in a similar role is preferred
    • Demonstration of basic computer skills, mainly in Outlook and Word
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
    • Possess good time management skills and a strong attention to detail
    • Health & Safety awareness
    • Clean valid Jersey driver’s licence



  • Proactive
  • Friendly and empathetic
  • Problem solver
  • Committed
  • Trustworthy

If you feel that you would be well suited to this valuable role, want to become a positive addition to the culture of EYECAN and would like to be part of an organisation making a difference to the Island’s visually impaired community, please apply via email, including a CV and covering letter, using the details below: 

[email protected]

Should you have any queries as to the role, please let us know and we will have a representative of EYECAN contact you.

The closing date for all applications is 4 March 2022