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Communications Volunteer

Our Communications Volunteers use our website, social media and newsletters to make sure people affected by MS get regular updates on MS Society news and upcoming activities and events.

Role description

Download our Communications Volunteer role description to learn:

  • Why we need you
  • What the role involves
  • Skills, experience and abilities you need to have
  • Skills we can support you to develop
  • What you can expect from us
  • What we expect from you
  1. See our Communications Volunteer role description

Other group roles

Our Communications Volunteers support the delivery of services and activities for people affected by MS as part of an MS Society group, alongside dynamic local service organisers, inspiring fundraisers and knowledgeable support volunteers.

  1. See our full range of group roles
  2. Contact your Local Networks Officer for more on how our groups operate

Welcome and induction

We want you to understand how our Communications Volunteers deliver impact for people affected by MS.

Your welcome and induction checklist introduces you to our work, the policies in place to support you and key resources you’ll need to do your role.

  1. See our Communications Volunteer welcome and induction checklist

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