Community Hub Activity Volunteer
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SummaryAn exciting opportunity has arisen to join our popular Community Hub in Stroud. If you are looking for a role that’s taps into your energy and motivates you, th
Job Title: Community Hub Activity Volunteer
Hours: 10am to 3pm
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our popular Community Hub in Stroud. If you are looking for a role that’s taps into your energy and motivates you, this could be the opportunity you are looking for.
In particular we would like to hear from you if you like topical discussions and activities such as; sport, music, computer games, bowling, vehicles, etc, to enable you to engage with our Hub members who have an interest in topics and activities like these.
The Community Hub is a place where adults with learning disabilities can come together to make friends, have fun, learn new skills, gain confidence and feel involved in their local community.
We are looking for volunteers to join our team on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays (same day each week).
You will need to be a friendly, energetic person who is confident in supporting adults who have learning disabilities. You will work with and be supported by our experienced staff team working with small groups of adults who have mild to moderate learning disabilities with a focus on getting out and about in the community and developing their skills and knowledge.
You will receive:
· Paid expenses
· Lunch (depending on the activity)
· Working with a friendly, experienced team
· Opportunities to take part in trips and events organised by the Hub
Closing Date for applications: Sunday 26th June (11.59pm)
We run a range of services that are focused on helping people to achieve their potential regardless of their circumstances. We connect people together so that they can experience the joy that comes from friendship, activity, learning, purpose and occupation. We love what we do and we love seeing people flourish.
Many of the people we support come from the most disadvantaged groups in our society, including children and adults with additional needs and disabilities, people with mental health problems, older people with dementia and other neuro-degenerative conditions, and the families or carers of all these groups. We believe that all people should be equally valued and have an equal chance to live the best life possible, that is why we do what we do.