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Divisional secretary

Role: Divisional secretary

As Divisional Secretary you will have responsibility for the oversight of all casework activity within the divisional area, ensuring all funds for casework are available and properly administered. You will promote the services of SSAFA to those eligible in the area, monitor and support new volunteers as appropriate, and allocate cases to caseworkers as well as overseeing their progress.

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This role is available in the following places:

  • Merseyside - Liverpool Divisional Secretary
  • Hertfordshire - Welwyn, Hatfield and St Albans Divisional Secretary
  • Hertfordshire - Watford Divisional Secretary
  • Dunbartonshire Divisional Secretary
  • Tyne & Wear Divisional Secretaries
  • East Yorkshire Hull Divisional Secretary
  • East Yorkshire - Beverley Divisional Secretary
  • Lincolnshire - Spalding Divisional Secretary
  • Durham - Wear Valley & Teesdale Divisional Secretary
  • Bristol and South Gloucestershire Divisional Secretary
  • Kent - Canterbury Divisional Secretary
  • Sussex - Hastings & Rother Divisional Secretary
  • Sussex - Cuckfield and Crawley Divisional Secretary
  • Somerset - North Somerset Divisional Secretary
  • Berkshire - Wokingham & Bracknell Divisional Secretary
  • Lincolnshire - North Lincolnshire Divisional Secretary
  • South Yorkshire - Rotherham Divisional Secreatry
  • Essex - Tendring Divisional Secretary
  • Surrey - Camberley Divisional Secretary
  • Sussex - Brighton, Hove and Lewes Divisional Secretary
  • London North West - Hillingdon Divisional Secretary
  • Durham - North Durham Divisional Secretary
  • Durham - East Durham Divisional Secretary
  • Durham - Darlington Divisional Secretary
  • Kent - Ashford Divisional Secretary

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