01:01AM, Monday 12 August 2013
A new role has been created within Windsor Street Angels - and the group is searching for someone to fill it.
The scheme, which sees a team of volunteers look after users of the town's night-time economy, continues to grow and is now in need of a co-ordinator.
Working 10 hours a week, responsibilities will include planning rotas, promoting the scheme, recruiting new volunteers and facilitating training sessions.
The co-ordinator will also be expected to join the teams on patrol once a month, maintain the Street Angels Facebook page and website, and assist with fundraising.
Dressed in uniform, the volunteers patrol the streets of Windsor on Friday nights between 10pm and 3.30am, carrying first aid kits, water, lollies and flip-flops to hand out to revellers when necessary.
Co-ordinator pay will be £11 per hour.
For more details contact the Royal Borough's community safety manager Brian Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01628 796337.
Applications close on September 16. Interviews will be held on October 7 and 8.
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