Volunteer Caseworkers are trained and supervised to provide one-to-one community-based support to survivors. They equip clients with the skills and knowledge they need to achieve their goals and reach a point of independence.
What skills do I need?
We look for volunteer caseworkers with experience of working with vulnerable communities / refugees / asylum-seekers or have an equivalent health and social care background.
You will need to be computer literate and have a good standard or spoken and written English.
What will I gain?
You will gain valuable experience working with vulnerable communities and learn from experienced social workers and trained professionals.
Training and support
Training is provided by professionals over 8 weeks and covers a wide range of topics from the background of trafficking to understanding the asylum process.
Volunteer Caseworkers receive professional one-to-one supervision every 2-3 weeks and group supervision with other caseworkers and befrienders quarterly
This role can require up to 6 hours commitment a week and can involve travelling around Sheffield to various appointments.
DBS (criminal records) check
Various locations in Sheffield
Travel expenses will be reimbursed