Working and volunteering at Chance UK
We are delighted to have secured funding to refresh our mentoring programme in light of the latest evidence and drawing on insights from our stakeholders. Working across two London Boroughs we will be using ground-breaking Rapid Cycle Testing techniques to assess how well the changes are working and what impact they’re having on the children served. This role will be responsible for managing all aspects of the programme, providing support particularly for a number of individual mentor –child relationships, as well as the training and support of volunteer mentors.
Volunteer Recruitment and Communications Officer
Our great results could not be achieved without the contribution of highly skilled and dedicated volunteers, who give us substantial amounts of their time and energy to support and nurture the children we work with. As our Volunteer Recruitment and Communications Officer, you’ll be responsible for guaranteeing that our volunteers receive an outstanding end-to-end service, from enquiry to completion, ensuring that volunteers feel welcomed, supported during their time with us and a part of Chance UK long after they complete their volunteering with us.
You will have experience of establishing positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and be organised, enabling you to work in an agile way to manage a busy workload. You will also need to be a great team player collaborating with our programme managers across different Boroughs to co-ordinate and deliver the volunteers they need.
If you’d like more information about mentoring with Chance UK please visit our Become a Mentor section where you will find all the details of how to apply. We hope to hear from you soon!