Time: This is an ad hoc volunteer position, meaning that the time commitment will vary based on the specific activities or events. Volunteers will be notified in advance of upcoming opportunities, and availability will be confirmed on a case-by-case basis.
Langdon is a Jewish Charity, an ambitious, forward-thinking organisation supporting adults and young people with learning disabilities and autism to live independent lives through supported living, education, employment support and social activities. We support people in the Jewish Community in both London and Manchester enabling those to thrive and have equal opportunities and empowering them to live their very best lives and be their best, true selves.
About Langdon Brady
Langdon Brady Club is a youth group for Jewish people who face difficulties learning and socialising. It plays a vitally important role for its Members: an opportunity to meet new people and have fun in an inclusive, welcoming environment. We believe that the interactions that happen at our club help our Members to develop their sense of identity and gain the confidence needed for them practice their own version of independence.
What will you be doing?
We are seeking enthusiastic and adaptable individuals to join our team as Ad Hoc Volunteers. This position offers a unique opportunity to engage in a variety of activities and events, providing vital support where needed. As an Ad Hoc Volunteer, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the success of different initiatives and contributing to the overall mission of our organization.
The role includes:
- Being flexible and adaptable to assist in various activities and events which may include but not limited to community activities in the day, evening activities, fundraising events, Jewish festival events and other initiatives.
- Assisting with setting up in event spaces, arranging equipment and organising materials to ensure a smooth operational space for activities or events as well as clean up post-event.
- Working in a team when needed, with a positive attitude.
- Adhere to procedures, guidelines and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of our Members.
What are we looking for?
- The skills to be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances.
- Open to taking on different tasks and roles as required.
- Strong communication skills to interact with Members, volunteers and staff.
- Teamwork skills to work collaboratively with other volunteers when needed.
- Be able to be committed to assigned responsibilities by showing up on time.
- Ability to ensuring our members are safe.
- Promoting and adhering to the workplace values: Excellence, Responsive, Integrity, Caring and Empowering.
What impact will I make and what will I gain?
- An opportunity to help a charitable organisation make a real difference in the lives of people with learning disabilities.
- Being a part of long-standing community service.
- Networking with local organisations and gaining office experience working in the charity sector.
- An opportunity to develop your professional skills and boost your CV.
- A certificate and reference on completion of your volunteering time at Langdon.
How to apply
- Please complete the below application form or provide a covering letter, no more than 1 page of A4, and your CV to Tash at email@example.com
- All staff and volunteers require DBS checks and a reference.
To find out more about how you can help support Langdon please contact Tash at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date- 31st August 2023
Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.
We reserve the right depending on application numbers to close or extend the closing dates for positions; we would therefore recommend an early application.