Childcare volunteers help to remove barriers for survivors so they can access counselling and community activities, as well as fostering social inclusion and integration.
What skills do I need?
We look for enthusiastic individuals who enjoy working with children and vulnerable people.
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 will be provided by professionals through a three-hour session - training date to be confirmed. The training will give you a good foundation for working with survivors of human trafficking.
A DBS check is provided.
Childcare can vary dependent on different counselling appointments, but there are regular opportunities through the community activities. Childcare only takes place in the Snowdrop Project office.
This role requires up to 2 hours a week commitment.
DBS (criminal records) check
Snowdrop Project Offices
7 Castle Street
City Centre is easily accessible from University by foot, bus or tram