Volunteers and Helpers
Could you join our team?

Our volunteers & helpers

Like many coaching associations that operate with 'no one on the payroll', a network of eager volunteers is essential. AOCS is no exception and we recognise and appreciate our growing band of 'vollys' who do sterling work behind the scenes in an unpaid capacity.

Could you be a volunteer?

We are seeking help in a number of roles and capacities, and just need a few spare hours a week - sometimes even less - to help out with a range of projects and tasks that all go towards keeping AOCS developing and moving forward. Think about your key skills, even in the past: admin? marketing? event organising? website? Here are some current roles that we would welcome support with:

  • PR and Marketing - reaching out to coaches, mentors, and organisations
  • Event organisation/promotion  - event hosting, publicity, admin.
  • Finance Coordinator - oversight of major income versus outgoings; builds the annual budget, forecasts future position to ensure funds are available for running future events and for membership activities
  • Bloggers/Article writers
  • AOCS members to take on Regional and country coordinator roles, to act as a support centre for a specific AOCS constituency
  • Researcher/Reviewer - current trends/articles/publications
  • Administrator - general admin duties 
  • VA for admin and enquiries - various short-term activities available

We're always open to and welcome suggestions on other roles where you feel you can contribute. Do get in touch to tell us what your skill-set is and how you feel you can help us promote, engage and develop the Coaching Supervision profession. 


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