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SAFEHAVEN NEEDS YOU!

 

Would you like  to become a Safe House or Area-Coordinator for Safehaven Parrot Refuge?

You will be required to have a home check in which you will need to pass, you will also need to become a member of Safehaven by paying an annual membership fee of £15.

 Safehaven Parrot Refuge does not have a central base and instead is operated from the homes of many amazing volunteers across the United Kingdom. We do not offer any voluntary work whereby you can ‘visit us’ to help out with the birds.

 

There are 2 main volunteering roles within Safehaven;

Area-Coordinator (ACO):

To become an ACO you will need:

-  Access to a printer

-  A member of Facebook (to be a part of our groups)

-  A  vehicle  in which you can collect birds and their cages.

-  An Avian vet preferably in your area

- You will need to have access to the internet to view relevant    documents and potential adoptees.

 

The responsibilities of an ACO;

-  Collecting and transporting Safehaven birds as and when needed.

-  To assess the birds in your care that have been donated to          Safehaven. This will help us place them to the right home. In addition to this, providing Safe Housed birds with veterinary care if required.

-  To carry out home checks in person or via video call, ensuring that you and the other party are as honest as possible. We will require your judgement, as well as our own (from what you will have completed on the paperwork), to decide whether we will rehome a bird or birds to the interviewee.

-  To communicate with other team members and keep all charity information recorded and updated, ensuring all relevant paperwork is filled out correctly and sent off to our admin via post.

-  Due to DPA requirements you will need to sign a confidentiality agreement.

Safe House (SH):

To become a safe house:

-  Space to keep approximately 2 birds comfortably and a room in which they can explore and play.

-   A member of Facebook (to be a part of our groups)

-   Access to transport if possible.

-   An Avian vet preferably in your area

The responsibilities of a Safe Houser:

- Collecting and transporting Safehaven birds as and when  required.

-  To assess birds in your care, that have been donated to Safehaven. This will help us match them to the correct home. In addition to this, providing Safe Housed birds with veterinary care when required.

-  To communicate with the Admin Team at Safehaven to keep all charity information recorded and updated in relation to the birds you are fostering from us and  ensuring all relevant paperwork is filled out correctly and sent off to our admin via post.

Alternatively, if, for any reason, you are unable to look after any birds but still want to be a part of the magic - then we have other roles within the refuge!  Such as becoming part of the admin team or help with fund raising for the charity.

What does the admin team do?

-  Moderate the public Facebook groups

Actively posts and communicates with others via the Instagram page

Monitors the website; improves it and update it where required and responds to      any ‘contact us’ forms submitted.

Takes calls and responds accordingly

Ensures all information is recorded correctly and efficiently on our databases.

Do you want to be a part of Safehaven Parrot Refuge, but can't look after Parrots?

Want to help Safehaven Parrot Refuge? 

 

If you are interested in joining our amazing team, go to the CONTACT US page on the website and complete the questionnaire.

OR

Contact Sophia, who is responsible for appointing new volunteers, directly via email to SPR.Enquiries@gmail.com

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