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Volunteering

We don鈥檛 just talk about achieving positive social change at 澳门王中王论坛, we do it every day, challenging unfairness, dismantling barriers to progress, and giving some of the most vulnerable people in society the chance at a positive future.

As a volunteer you will play a part in achieving our vision of a society where everyone has the chance to succeed. Our volunteers play an important role in 澳门王中王论坛’s work. We know that people give their time for many different reasons and we support you to volunteer in a way which works for you and for the people we support.

We provide training and supervision, allowing you to develop your own skills and ensuring you are well equipped for the roles you will do.

All of our volunteers undertake safeguarding training ensuring we safeguard the children, young people and adults we support as well as protecting you.

澳门王中王论坛 volunteer vacancies

We are currently looking for volunteers to support our resettlement services working with people as they come out of prison and those in the community under the supervision of probation.

Housing advice team

Our team of specialist housing advisors work with people in touch with the criminal justice system to overcome barriers, obtain secure and stable accommodation, and successfully reintegrate back into society. We are now looking for volunteers to come on board and help us to make a difference.

  • Applications from people who genuinely want to support individuals to make positive changes in their life; you do not necessarily need to have relevant experience as training will be given
  • We are keen to develop a diverse voluntary group and welcome applicants with lived experience
  • We are looking for volunteers who are non-judgmental, passionate, and resourceful
  • We would like you to commit to a minimum of six months

 

  • Excellent listening skills
  • Awareness of boundaries and confidentiality
  • Resourcefulness
  • Confidence in liaising with stakeholders
  • The ability to build rapport with service users
  • Communication skills聽 – to engage with service users and also report all information back to staff
  • Supporting a service user to attend appointments in the community
  • Delivering information, advice, and guidance around practical issues
  • Motivating and encouraging service users to adopt a positive attitude, build resilience and confidence to achieve resettlement goals
  • Providing holistic mentoring support to service users
  • Completing and following action plans
  • Accurate record keeping
  • Administrative tasks
  • Full training programme including ongoing support and training refreshers to keep you up to date
  • Flexible training programme to include volunteer requests/suggestions
  • Training courses tailored to your role such as disclosure, safeguarding, health and safety, and professional boundaries
  • Supervision and peer-support group
  • Access to additional training and development opportunities
  • We will also train volunteers in housing management, compliance, and benefits system

The safety and wellbeing of service users is at the heart of the service 澳门王中王论坛 provides, therefore safer recruitment practices are embedded throughout our selection processes. This role is subject to a DBS and all travel and subsistence costs will be reimbursed (where applicable).

South Yorkshire:聽Contact Jackie on 07896124410 or email jackie.wilson@nacro.org.uk or Andrew on andrew.yates@nacro.org.uk
West Midlands (Birmingham, Wolverhampton & Staffordshire): Contact Vanessa on 07485 919 979 or email vanessa.brown@nacro.org.uk or westmidlandsengagementteam@nacro.org.uk
East Midlands: Contact Natalie on 07483028902 or email natalie.taylor@nacro.org.uk or eastmidlandsengagementteam@nacro.org.uk
North Wales:聽Contact Phil on 07483057795 or email phil.clarke@nacro.org.uk
Essex (NEST):聽 Contact Richard on 07483030265 or email richard.eastwood@nacro.org.uk

Personal wellbeing team

We work holistically by supporting people leaving prison with social inclusion and emotional wellbeing, as well as how to enjoy a positive lifestyle, and improving relationships with family and significant others. This flexible support can involve personal mentoring, group work, and linking in with existing community and charity services. We are now looking for volunteers to come on board and support us to make a difference.

  • Applications from people who genuinely want to support individuals to make positive changes in their life; you do not necessarily need to have relevant experience as training will be given
  • We are looking for volunteers who are non-judgemental, passionate, and resourceful
  • We would like a commitment of a minimum of four hours per week for a minimum of six months
  • We are keen to develop a diverse voluntary group and welcome applicants with lived experience

 

  • Supporting a service user to attend appointments in the community
  • Assisting with delivery of group sessions
  • Delivering information, advice and guidance around practical issues
  • Motivating and encouraging service users to adopt a positive attitude, build resilience and confidence to achieve resettlement goals
  • Providing holistic mentoring support to service users
  • Completing and following action plans
  • Accurate record keeping
  • Administrative tasks
  • Full training programme including ongoing support and training refreshers to keep you up-to-date
  • A chance to have your say and make suggestions to better our service
  • Supervision and peer-support group
  • Access to additional training and development opportunities

The safety and wellbeing of service users is at the heart of the service 澳门王中王论坛 provides, therefore safer recruitment practices are embedded throughout our selection processes. This role is subject to a DBS and all travel and subsistence costs will be reimbursed (where applicable)

Northampton & Hertfordshire:聽Contact Jackie on 07896124410 or email jackie.wilson@nacro.org.uk
厂耻蹿蹿辞濒办:听Contact Ryan on 07485388226 or email ryan.schofield@nacro.org.uk

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From service user, then volunteer, to now service user involvement officer, Carly has experienced 澳门王中王论坛 from many different perspectives. Here she discusses the benefits of volunteering and how it paved the way to her current role.

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I love it here. I want to support today's children to get out in the fresh air and mix with other children. To see their faces is the greatest thing.
Dave, Greater Manchester Outdoor Learning volunteer

Video: Volunteering in our justice team

Teo is a university student and volunteers in one of our justice services which supports people leaving prison. Here she discusses her experience and gives tips to new volunteers.

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