Online Events Volunteer Facilitator

Positive Futures 


Monthly (dates, times and schedule to be developed)

Where we are

Positive Futures (Mid Ulster Office)
4 Loy Street
BT80 8PE

About the Volunteer Opportunity

Online Events Volunteer Facilitator Mid Ulster Supported Living Service (MUSLS)

  • To support delivery of a range of virtual support opportunities for the people supported in MUSLS.
  • To include getting those they support to dial into and actively participate in virtual coffee mornings, quizzes and bingo…….

What will I be doing?

  • Facilitate coffee morning, quizzes and bingo as per MUSLS online activity programme.
  • Dial into and facilitate the group google duo activity session and help those to engage in the coffee morning, quiz, games or bingo that is being hosted.
  • Take a lead and host the events.
  • Support the development of any further virtual activity groups that are appropriate 

Essential Skills:

  • An understanding of how to use group video calling
  • An interest in the use of virtual events
  • Good Communication
  • Able to work as part of a team
  • Can use own initiative to respond to needs of people we support in a virtual capacity
  • Ability to promote positive can do attitude to disability

Desirable Skills:

An understanding of how to troubleshoot any issues with dialling into the video


Support and supervision:

  • You will receive induction prior to commencing your role.
  • You will be supported by the MUSLS Manager who will be your supervisor. They will introduce you to people the service supports through virtual support.
  • You will receive regular support and supervision with your supervisor.
  • When actively volunteering you will be responsible to Manager of MUSLS.
  • On-going training opportunities will be offered to you as your role requires.

About the Organisation

Our aim is to transform the future of people with a learning disability, acquired brain injury or autistic spectrum condition.

We do that by enabling people to realise their hopes, dreams and ambitions. We change attitudes by proving that a person doesn’t have to be defined by their disability. And we change society by showing that, with the right support, everyone can play a valuable role in the community.


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Volunteers may be required to complete an Access NI disclosure for some volunteering roles.  A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a volunteer position.