We are looking for someone who wants to make a difference in the community. You will be working with a team of adults to ensure events are safe and well planned. You will be trained to a standard of an OCN qualification and will be responsible for enthusing, inspiring and leading the adults in the Scout Group so that the young people can enjoy Scouting.
To be willing to offer your own creative skills within the framework of the coffee shop.At the same time being a team member in the preparation of simple snacks and drinks, clearing tables, washing up and general cleaning.
To welcome visitors .Staff sales area.To be responsible for the exhibits and the building.
The group needs volunteers to help it grow.We currently need help with the community allotment,cafe and helping on outings,card making,knitting etc.
Little and often is best way to describe this opportunity and is not very time consuming as the organisation works mainly through email and occasional telephone calls and non regular meetings.Normal secretarial duties would be required.
To support and befriend people with dementia in a friendly home with nice residents and staff.
To run a busy reception area as the first point of contact.
The Samaritans provide 24/7 confidential and emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair.The service is mostly delivered on the telephone but also callers are seen face to face or contact by email.
We need team members to help with customer service.Accept and sort out donations.
An opportunity to be part of a supportive regional and national team.To raise awareness of the Samaritans in the local community and raise funds for the organisation.
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