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Virtual- Zoom meeting facilitator

Ipswich Hospital Foundation
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Are you an organised person, have an affinity for technology, want to help people and are interested in Virtual Health? Well, we have a volunteering role for you!

Do good and help make real change in people's lives.

We need your help connect and engage with stakeholders across our health region.

Ipswich Hospital Foundation is the Official Foundation supporting West Moreton Hospital and Health Service.

Some of our favourite ways to support our community is through:

• Health Hero-gram – saying thanks to our Health Heroes who work tirelessly keeping our community safe and healthy. • Bike Education - giving kids the confidence to ride safely. • Kids Kitchen - giving kids the opportunity to learn about food and how to cook healthy foods • Fit4Life - providing low-cost fitness activities for all fitness levels • Wig Library - providing wigs and turbans to those going through hair loss form cancer-related treatments. We are looking for Volunteer Zoom Meeting Facilitators to help us connect with partners and stakeholders via Zoom. We are looking for people to help with: • Downloading Zoom on their devices • Creating logins and joining meetings • moderating some meetings e.g.: o muting/unmuting participants o creating breakout rooms if necessary • assisting participants during the meeting. • scheduling some Zoom meetings • Recording IHF action items from meetings

Under the direction and support of our Community Manager, you could end up working on one or many projects, such as the Virtual IHF Kid’s Kitchen Project or community reference groups.

NB: This role does not involve exposure to any medical information; however, professionalism and discretion are necessary.

Successful applicants will need to be available to assist with delivering zoom training in-person during the week of the 19th October.

As a Volunteer Zoom Meeting Facilitator, you will gain valuable experience in working with community stakeholders, providing information and guidance to a variety of participants and working for a leading charity in the community.