New volunteering roles – May 2017

MetTemps offers both paid work within the University and voluntary roles within local charities or community organisations.

Here are the newly listed volunteering on Met Temps. To apply, click on the role then login or register.

English Tutor (ESOL)

As a part of our new program, ESOL Project we aim to teach English to Tower Hamlets’ residents and equip them with essential English literacy skills. We currently need to fill the English Teacher Position in our office in Canary Wharf. It’s a great opportunity for those looking to gain teaching experience.

HR Officer Internship

We currently need to fill our Voluntary HR Officer position in our office, in Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time. Travel and lunch expenses is included.

Data Analyst

We currently need to fill our Voluntary Data Analyst position in our London office, Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time basis.Travel and lunch expenses are covered.

Voluntary Graphic Designer / Internship

We currently need to fill our Voluntary Graphic Designer position in our London office, Canary Wharf, on a part time or full time. Travel and Lunch expenses are covered.

MS Office Trainer

We currently need to fill our Voluntary MS Officer Trainer position in our office in Canary Wharf on a part time basis. Lunch and travel expenses will be covered.

Voluntary Social Media Marketing Officer

Lifetime Learning is currently providing a variety of courses and opportunities for the residents within and outside of Tower Hamlets, of which most of our courses are completely FREE.Our charity provides opportunities to support individuals to acquire sustainable employment through the development of skills, knowledge, social well-being and experience. We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic individuals who share and understand our thoughts and views to help us achieve our goals. We currently need to fill our Voluntary Social Media Marketing Officer role on a part-time or full-time basis.

ReachOut Volunteer Mentors

Join the ReachOut team and change a young person’s life. At ReachOut we work with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing them with a mentor who can act as a positive role-model in their lives. Could this be you??

Cheer Point Volunteer At Great Newham London Run

Event Volunteer at the Great Newham London Run. Feeling like doing something incredible and changing people’s lives in the process? Be part of the Great Newham London Run and join our volunteer team on 2 July 2017 and unite with our team of runners in the fight against dementia.

Project Assistant Manager

Project assistant managers ensure that a project is completed on time and within budget. Projects are usually separate to usual day-to-day business activities and require a group of people to work together to achieve a set of specific objectives and plan according to strategic planning.

Finance Economics Manager

In order to be successful for this role, the candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, economics or finance. The successful candidate has to have a love for mathematics and accounting. The candidate should be able to think quickly with excellent communication skills.

Volunteer On Our Exciting Summer Camp And Support Someone With A Disability

We are looking for volunteers to help our members have a summer they will not forget at our action packed summer camp! You will be supporting children and young adults with learning disabilities take part in lots of exciting camp activities such as campfires, treasure trails, night time activities, swimming, day trips to the seaside and much more. Volunteers will also be providing care for our members with their day to day routines.

CARA Student Ambassador

Cara (the Council for At-Risk Academics) is looking for Student Ambassadors from across the UK to represent Cara’s activities at your university. This role would suit students looking to gain experience in the non-profit sector and those with an interest in academic freedom and human rights.

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