OPP OF THE DAY: IT Administrator – Deaf World

Deaf World is a charity organisation working in partnership with hearing impaired young people. We have an opportunity for a Volunteers position in our office in Smethwick.

 

A great volunteering opportunity available for an experienced IT Administrator with a growing charity. Role will include website maintenance and social media activities. Must have IT qualifications. The position will provide an excellent opportunity to contribute towards an emerging young people’s charity and enhance your website development portfolio and CV.

Hours negotiable, weekdays only. Very convenient location as Deaf World is nearby train stations Smethwick Galton Bridge and Smethwick Rolfe St. Bus no 87 stop is opposite the office.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Deaf World
Email: deafworlduk@gmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Fundraiser/Bid Writer – Deaf World

Deaf World is a charity organisation working in partnership with hearing impaired young people. We have an opportunity for a Volunteers position in our office in Smethwick.

Fantastic volunteering opportunity for a bid writer to work within a fundraising role in a growing charity. Role will include securing funds from donors via online and applications and appeals. You will have good working knowledge and experience in writing funding bids. The position will provide a good opportunity to make a contribution towards the community, gain further experience and enhance your CV. The funding that you help secure will go towards projects that benefit hearing impaired young people.

Hours negotiable, weekdays only. Very convenient location as Deaf World is nearby train stations Smethwick Galton Bridge and Smethwick Rolfe St. Bus no 87 stop is opposite the office.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Deaf World
Email: deafworlduk@gmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Admin Support Volunteer – Deaf World

Deaf World is a charity organisation working in partnership with hearing impaired young people. We have an opportunity for a Volunteers position in our office in Smethwick.

 

The role is a varied administrative position and includes filing, taking phone calls, preparing documents and data entry, supporting other staff in the office with general administrative duties. Must be able to use MS Office at least at basic level as some work will involve working on XL. Great opportunity to work in administrative position and gain further office skills and work with a growing charity organisation.

Hours negotiable, weekdays only. Very convenient location as Deaf World is nearby train stations Smethwick Galton Bridge and Smethwick Rolfe St.  Bus no 87 stop is opposite the office

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Deaf World
Email: deafworlduk@gmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Welcome Volunteers – The Hope Centre

STOP!!! Use your skills to help our life-changing charity keep supporting those in need!

What we do:
Our aim is to provide a safe accepting environment where people can meet, build relationships of fellowship, understanding and love. A community where people can access activities; social and educational at their point of need and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness. We do this as we work from a basis of Christian commitment and values of love, hope and friendship. We believe we are all family, every person is important and every person has a purpose.

The Hope Centre has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service [MBE for voluntary groups] in recognition of the outstanding service its volunteers give to the local community.

 

Why we need YOU!

Volunteers to welcome visitors to our centre. You will need good listening skills and be happy to sit down with people who want to have a chat.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Camilla Phillips
Tel: 0121 602 1744
Email: hopecentre@hotmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Shop Volunteer – The Hope Centre

STOP!!! Use your skills to help our life-changing charity keep supporting those in need!

What we do:
Our aim is to provide a safe accepting environment where people can meet, build relationships of fellowship, understanding and love. A community where people can access activities; social and educational at their point of need and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness. We do this as we work from a basis of Christian commitment and values of love, hope and friendship. We believe we are all family, every person is important and every person has a purpose.

The Hope Centre has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service [MBE for voluntary groups] in recognition of the outstanding service its volunteers give to the local community.

 

Why we need YOU!

The Hope Centre in Halesowen runs a retail shop in the town centre and are keen to recruit some new volunteers, who may enjoy helping out. This is their main method of raising funds to run the centre and provide the essential support they offer to local people in the Halesowen area, often they are the person’s last hope to sort their problems. They have had a shop in the Hope Centre for a while, but have loads of fabulous stock, so are expanding into a retail unit. You would be sorting and pricing stock, helping with displays and chatting to customers, as well as using the till. The shop will be open Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, but they can’t open the shop without volunteers, which is where you come in!

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Camilla Phillips
Tel: 0121 602 1744
Email: hopecentre@hotmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Marketing Volunteer – The Hope Centre

STOP!!! Use your skills to help our life-changing charity keep supporting those in need!

What we do:
Our aim is to provide a safe accepting environment where people can meet, build relationships of fellowship, understanding and love. A community where people can access activities; social and educational at their point of need and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness. We do this as we work from a basis of Christian commitment and values of love, hope and friendship. We believe we are all family, every person is important and every person has a purpose.

The Hope Centre has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service [MBE for voluntary groups] in recognition of the outstanding service its volunteers give to the local community.

 

Why we need YOU!

Are you confident and enjoy talking to people. Do you have great marketing and promotional skills? If so, we would love to hear from you and as need volunteers to promote what we do to other people.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Camilla Phillips
Tel: 0121 602 1744
Email: hopecentre@hotmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: IT Support/Tutor – The Hope Centre

STOP!!! Use your skills to help our life-changing charity keep supporting those in need!

What we do:
Our aim is to provide a safe accepting environment where people can meet, build relationships of fellowship, understanding and love. A community where people can access activities; social and educational at their point of need and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness. We do this as we work from a basis of Christian commitment and values of love, hope and friendship. We believe we are all family, every person is important and every person has a purpose.

The Hope Centre has been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service [MBE for voluntary groups] in recognition of the outstanding service its volunteers give to the local community.

 

Why we need YOU!

To support people to learn to use a computer and gain skills in this area.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Camilla Phillips
Tel: 0121 602 1744
Email: hopecentre@hotmail.com