1. Jobs & Volunteer at Stop Hate UK
Project Worker – Support Services (Part Time – Job Share) – Temporary
18.5 hrs per week (Job Share – Wednesday pm only, Thursday and Friday)
We are seeking to appoint a Temporary Project Worker – Support Services, to join our dedicated team, in Leeds.
This is an exciting role to provide excellent support services and develop good practice. This will involve deputising for the Support Service Team Leader/Manager in their absence.
You will attend meetings as required to support this work and on occasion be asked to represent the organisation at events and meetings, as well as learn how to deliver our training sessions to internal and external audiences.
POST TYPE: Temporary – 12 months from 1st April 2020
SALARY: £24 480 per annum pro rata
For more information about the role and to apply please download the following Application Pack documents and complete and return the Application Form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10.00am on 26th February 2020
Interviews likely to be held on 3rd March 2020 in Leeds.
2. Become a Trustee of Stop Hate UK
We are currently reviewing our needs and have a number of applications to consider so we are not taking any new enquires at this time.
3. Helpline Volunteer Opportunity:
Do you have strong communication and listening skills?
Would you like to help people at difficult times and make a positive difference?
Stop Hate UK are currently seeking volunteers to engage with users of our Helpline and associated services. If you can spare a few hours per week, to regularly volunteer at our main office in Leeds between 9-5, we would be delighted to hear from you!
What skills and experience will you need to volunteer?
- Strong communication (written and verbal) and listening skills
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy, for instance, recording complex information
- Confident telephone manner
- Strong IT and computer skills
- Work well as a part of a team
- Ability to understand the importance of confidentiality
- Adhere to Stop Hate UK’s values
- Be reliable, organised, respectful and committed to anti-discriminatory practice
- Willingness to undergo training and development for his voluntary role as and when required
- Ability to speak the following languages: Italian, Russian, Mandarin, Arabic would be particularly beneficial but not essential
What support and training will you get?
- You will receive an initial induction and ongoing training to prepare you for this role.
- You will always have someone to provide support and consultancy while volunteering.
If you are interested in becoming a Helpline Volunteer, please complete and return the application form below to email@example.com. If you have any queries about this voluntary role, our team is always happy to help. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for submitting volunteer applications is 31st March 2020
All potential volunteers will be asked to provide two references and undergo an enhanced DBS check.
4. Become a Stop Hate UK local volunteer:
Volunteers are vital to our our work to help raise awareness of Hate Crime and the work of Stop Hate UK in your local area.
Volunteers can help us by:
- Distributing Stop Hate UK promotional materials, posters, leaflets
- Raising awareness of Hate Crime and the work carried out by Stop Hate UK
- Encouraging people to follow and share Stop Hate UK’s social media platforms (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram)
- Attending and hosting local meetings and events relevant to Hate Crime, on behalf of Stop Hate UK
- Spreading the word – organising an event at your local community centre, faith group, workplace or club/associations
- Organising fundraising activities to support our work
Stop Hate UK volunteers are fully supported in their work and can bring their own unique skills and personality and energy to help us raise awareness of Hate Crime across their local area.