Volunteer Roles

VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

We currently have a wide range of volunteering opportunities at Northmoor Community Association. Please see below for a full list of what we offer at the moment; click on the title to go through to the full role profile:

Community Cafe Cook or Baker volunteer

The Cafe at Northmoor Community Associations (NCA) is open to the public every Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm. As a volunteer cook you would be responsible for cooking a nutritious meal from a recipe

or baking a cake from a recipe. We value your experience as a cook or baker so if you have your own recipes you would like to cook then this is encouraged. It is a great chance for volunteers to gain valuable work experience, get creative in the kitchen and give back to the community.

Before starting as a volunteer cook you will be expected to complete a level 2 food hygiene course on the computer which we will provide free of charge at the centre.

Community Cafe General Assistant Volunteer

The Cafe at Northmoor Community Associations (NCA) is open to the public every Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm. A volunteer is needed to provide general support to the café and manage the till.

No cooking is required but as duties include being in and out of the kitchen you will be expected to complete a level 1 food hygiene course on the computer which we will provide free of charge at the centre.

NEXT STEP Project Support Volunteer

The Northmoor Community Association’s  NEXT STEP project takes place in the IT suite and supports local residents with their next step into ‘Learning and Development’ and ‘Developing Skills and Creating Opportunities’. NCA needs volunteers to help support residents with tasks such as accessing online courses,  setting up e-mail accounts, job searching, and CV development, completing online application forms and accessing council and community services online and accessing public services.

Homework Club Assistant Volunteer

Northmoor Community Association are looking for volunteers to help in providing support to children and staff at the homework club. This is a valuable service for children in the area aged 8-16 as it gives them a safe and supportive place to complete homework and learn new skills.

Volunteers must be over 18 years of age and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Homework Club Maths Assistant Volunteer

The Homework Club is a valuable service for children in the area aged 8-16 as it gives them a safe and supportive place to complete homework and learn new skills. NCA are looking for volunteers to help children with their maths homework and support the maths teacher.

Volunteers must be over 18 years of age and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Homework Club Arts and Crafts Volunteer

The Homework Club is a valuable service for children in the area aged 8-16 as it gives them a safe and supportive place to complete homework and learn new skills. NCA are looking for volunteers who can deliver creative arts and crafts sessions to the group.

Volunteers must be over 18 years of age and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Stay and Play group Volunteer

BigLife Nurseries deliver a stay and play group for children aged 0-5. NCA need volunteers to help run the session and to assist the play worker to provide a stimulating environment for parents and children to have fun.

MacMillan Solutions Volunteer

The Macmillan Solutions Project aims to provide for needs identified by those people affected by cancer that it supports. There are numerous ways in which volunteers can support a Macmillan Solutions service such as emotional support and befriending or practical help with everyday tasks such as shopping, gardening or transport to appointments.

Receptionist Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer receptionist to deliver friendly, efficient customer service and to help create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all of our visitors. For this role we ask that you have good English and I.T skills and that you come with a positive and non-judgemental attitude.

INFORMATION FOR ALL ROLES:

  • Volunteers have a full induction
  • Volunteers are paid out-of-pocket expenses (e.g. bus fare)
  • Volunteers are given a reference satisfactory to completing 30 hours over 12 weeks volunteering

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER WITH US PLEASE:

Call 0161 248 6823

Email fiona@northmoorcommunity.org

Or fill out these forms and send them to fiona@northmoorcommunity.org:

NCA Volunteer Application Form Revised