Volunteer Learning Mentor with Manchester Settlement

Opportunity Provider: Manchester Settlement

This role would suit a person wanting to go into youth work, social work or teaching roles in the future with some experience of working with young people and an ability to relate to young people’s issues and why they may feel excluded or misunderstood and who also enjoys working with young people in small groups.

There is no accreditation necessary for this role, though we may ask you to train while working.

Key skills and abilities:

  • A warm, caring and patient nature
  • Good communication skills
  • The ability to work with young people and their families in a sensitive and positive way
  • A sense of responsibility
  • Creative ideas for activities
  • An interest in child development
  • An awareness of child safety, child protection and safeguarding issues
  • The ability to work in a team
  • A willingness to develop your skills
  • A resilient personality, able to cope with challenging behaviour

All posts require an enhanced DBS check which will be payed for by Manchester Settlement.

For further details and to apply, please contact Joe on the details below, who will arrange a meeting.

Based in : Manchester
Open to: Across GM
Travel expenses: Yes
Lunch provided: Yes
Refreshments provided: Yes
Childcare provision: No
Opportunity available: Please see opportunity details
Close date: 31st March 2019
Is this opportunity ongoing? Yes
Opportunity Category: Volunteering
Listing status: Live
Opportunity sector: Education, Voluntary Sector

Contact details
Contact person: Joe Gavagan
Telephone: 01619741301
Location:
1328-1330 Ashton Old Road
Openshaw
M111JG

Additional Info