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Service provider organisation—coordinator of volunteers indicator, yes/no code N

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Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element
Short name:Help on this termCoordinator of volunteers indicator
METeOR identifier:Help on this term352862
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 05/12/2007
Definition:Help on this termAn indicator of whether a service provider organisation has at least one designated person to coordinate their volunteer labour force, as represented by a code.
Data Element Concept:Service provider organisation—coordinator of volunteers indicator

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Representation class:Help on this termCode
Data type:Help on this termBoolean
Format:Help on this termN
Maximum character length:Help on this term1
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A coordinator of volunteers may be employed part-time or full-time and may be engaged on a paid or unpaid basis.
The duties of a volunteer coordinator may include:

  • managing the workloads of volunteer staff;
  • liaising with clinical staff regarding clients’ needs;
  • assessing human resource needs of the organisation;
  • recruiting volunteers;
  • developing orientation kits and programs;
  • developing volunteer policies;
  • arranging training and development opportunities; and
  • maintaining volunteer records.

CODE 1     Yes

The organisation has a designated coordinator of volunteers.

CODE 2     No

The organisation does not have a designated coordinator of volunteers.


Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this termPalliative Care Intergovernmental Forum

Relational attributes

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Palliative care performance indicators DSS Health, Retired 02/12/2015

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