We are looking for friendly and capable volunteers to help support us in our delivery of projects with children, young people and families.

Projects admin support

HAOS is a local charity the exists to enhance the life chances of our children, young people and families living in deprived communities. We achieve this through school enrichment, youth social action and family projects. We work community wide to support wellbeing and development from running a busy foodbank, youth activities, running professional school network groups, managing an Early Help Community Connector team, training professionals, delivering mental health programs, and providing fun holiday and after school schemes for hundreds of children and young people each year.

We are looking for volunteers who can help us run our projects well from our busy center.

Every day is different but common tasks will include keeping records up-to-date, communicating with schools through calls and emails, helping to prepare educational materials, and other general administrative duties.

Who we are looking for

Experience -Some office based experience, including use of Microsoft office.
Skills and Knowledge- Some awareness of the safety and safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults
Friendly and welcoming personality and approach
Confident in communicating with people face to face and by telephone/email
Willingness to learn and undertake further training
Helpful attitude, willing to co-operate with others and to be adaptable to respond to pressing demands

What we offer you

The chance to be a part of a warm and welcoming team of staff and volunteers
A varied and exciting place to work
Increase your skills and experience working for a small charity
Training and development opportunities
The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of children and families

Hours are negotiable. No closing date

To apply you can express an interest in writing telling us who you are, and why you are interested in the role to [email protected] 

For more information about our work visit www.haos.org.uk