Volunteering Opportunity with Greenscape
Aims of this Opportunity: To assist in a range of grounds maintenance tasks.
Estimated hours: 4 – 21 hours per week.
Worksite: Various Outdoor Sites
Description of the activities you will experience:
Carry out a range of grounds maintenance tasks e.g. grass cutting, raking, edging, weeding, sweeping, litter picking, chemical application etc. including use of hand held equipment to maintain parks and open spaces to the required standards. Adhere to Health and Safety regulations including appropriate use of equipment also ensuring it is well maintained, kept clean and not exposed to the risk of damage or loss/theft. Complete documents relating to the role of the post e.g. daily work records, equipment defect reporting, etc
Personal Skills and Qualities required:
To be committed, reliable and motivated
To enjoy working outdoors
To enjoy physical work
To be able to work in a team
To be friendly and approachable
To be willing to attend relevant training
To maintain Volunteer Record of Activity
To be part of St Peter’s Partnerships team
Committed to St Peter’s Partnerships aims
Committed to health and safety policies and procedures
To maintain and respect confidentiality at all times
Benefits to the Volunteer:
Quality work experience
A good step into training, education or employment
Make new friends and meet new people
Increase skills, knowledge and confidence
Work within a committed team
For more information contact email@example.com
LEAP Volunteering Opportunity: Family Contact Helper
The Leap Children and Families Centre is accredited by NACCC (National Association of Child Contact Centres).
We provide a safe, caring, confidential and impartial service for children to remain in touch with parents after separation or family breakdown and we are looking for Children’s Contact Centre Volunteers to support family contact sessions between children and the parent that they no longer live with.
You will need to be caring, non-judgemental, confident and positive, helping children to feel relaxed and safe at the centre.
Previous experience of working with children and families would be a bonus but not essential.
Duties will include setting up play areas, making refreshments, organising toys, resources and craft activities, supporting children and parents directly where required, some basic admin and re-organising the room after sessions.
In return, we will provide training, support and an opportunity to be part of a fantastic team, working within an amazing charity.
Current sessions 3.30pm – 6.30pm on Thursday and 9.30am – 12.30pm on Saturdays.
You would work on a rota basis depending on your availability, with some flexibility to meet the needs of children and families coming into the centre.
Location: Based in Ashton under Lyne
For more information contact Tracy Kielty on 0161 214 8300 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org