Choices Support Volunteering.
The menu below lists our current volunteering opportunities at Choices, with their activities, location and time. Not all of these opportunities will be available all the time, however, please indicate the volunteer roles that would interest you as roles may become vacant in the near future.
We would hope that you will be involved in your volunteer role for at least 6 months.
Providing support and advice to vulnerable young people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Where young people can discuss their support needs - The role also involves building and maintaining relationships with external agencies and doing follow-up case work
Business Administration Support Volunteer
Providing a broad range of administration duties that might also involve undertaking small research projects, quality audits and service user feedback
With proven communication and organisational skills this volunteer will act as a central communications point for Choices support services users, newsletters and other published information
Event Planning Volunteer
Using your excellent communication and organisational skills to help plan and coordinate events and other activities that raise awareness of issues affecting Choices service users
IT Tutor/Assistant Volunteer
To provide learners with with the skills and confidence they need to use computers and the internet, by helping them through a series of online training courses and computer applications
Partnership Involvement Volunteer
Promoting Service User involvement by facilitating various consultation and participation activities that give people a voice in how services are delivered to them. The role involves liaising with people with a range of issues and requires tact, creativity and a positive attitude
Recruitment & Administration Volunteer
Supporting the recruitment of volunteers by promoting our work, responding to enquiries and applications, and keeping administrative systems up-to-date
Youth Worker/Mentor Volunteer
Combining existing experience of people and resource management with a commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged service users with diverse needs. This role involves getting to know the young people associated with local areas and encouraging their social, physical, cognitive and spiritual development both through existing projects and through the development of further youth work opportunities