The great people at St. Chad's Sanctuary
We are blessed with our numbers of volunteers and so are not able to accept new volunteers to work in the Sanctuary building at the moment. Please do check back with us in a few months if this is a role you are interested in.
We are however looking for people able to teach our Little School classes to assist the current team. Please see below for details. We also need people who are willing to collect donations for us, perhaps on weekends, and bring them in to the Sanctuary during the week. Do let us know if this is something you feel you can help with.
|Monday||09:00 - 4:30|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 4:30|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 4:30|
|Thursday||09:00 - 4:30|
|Friday||09:00 - 4:30|
SPECIALIST VOLUNTEER VACANCIES
We currently have a vacancy for a volunteer for the following role(s):
We are looking for teachers for our Little School. Little School offers classes for asylum seeking and refugee children who have not yet obtained school places. We are looking for enthusiastic, flexible and innovative team players who are available on Tuesdays and/or Friday mornings. Please email a volunteer form (below) to firstname.lastname@example.org with your details if you would like to express your interest or find out more information. An enhanced DBS check is essential for this role.
IF YOU HAVE SPECIALIST SKILLS TO OFFER...
...for example, teaching, web design, statistics, database design, et cetera, please download and complete the VOLUNTEERING FORM from one of the links below, then send it to us in one of two ways:
METHOD 1: Attach the document to an email and send to email@example.com marking the subject line: VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: SPECIALIST VOLUNTEERING. In your email please outline the specialist skills you are able to offer; please include your CV if you have one.
METHOD 2: Print out and fill in the document from the links above, and post to:
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: SPECIALIST VOLUNTEERING.
St. Chad's Sanctuary,
72-74 Shadwell Street,
Birmingham. B4 6HA
In your cover letter please outline the specialist skills you are able to offer. The VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR will then make contact with you to establish the appropriateness of your skills for our current needs.