Vacancies

Below are copies/links of vacancies for volunteering and job opportunities sent by email to BCT for wider advertisement. BCT does not take responsibility for the content or accuracy of information.

Vacancies from Worth Unlimited

Development Worker (Youth Work)
Chelmsley Wood (and other areas of East Birmingham)
Full Time (36.25 hours per week)
Salary: £22,205 pa
You will be experienced in Youth Work and project management/development and looking to contribute to an exciting new partnership project in East Birmingham and Chelmsley Wood.

Development Worker (Youth Work)
Waltham Forest
Full Time (36.25 hours per week)
Salary: £24,405 pa (includes a London Allowance)
You will be experienced in Youth Work and project management/development and enthusiastic about joining our team to lead our Mobile Youth Venue provision. A low cost housing option may be available with this post – please enquire for details.

Communications & Donor Relations Manager
National role, but based in London
Part Time (24 hours per week)
Salary: Up to £31,059 pa (pro rata)
You will be someone who has experience of a wide range of communication methods as well as understanding the best ways to develop our donor base. We are looking to at least double our current modest donor base over the next 3 years.

Social Enterprise Development Manager
Flexible, but working mainly in Birmingham & London branches
Part Time (24 hours per week)
Salary: Up to £31,059 pa (pro rata)
We are open to approaches from organisations as well as individuals with regard to this post.
You will be someone who has a proven track record of developing small business ideas into sustainable and thriving enterprises and have the ability to enthuse and support others to do the same. We are looking to develop our existing enterprise and start up several new businesses to help fund our long term sustainability as a charity and provide opportunities for young people to engage in meaningful economic activity.

Applicants for all jobs need to be comfortable in supporting and promoting the Christian ethos of the organisation. All of these jobs are on fixed term contracts up to 31st March 2020. Application by our Application Form only. For further information and an application pack please email recruitment@worthunlimited.co.uk or visit our website www.worthunlimited.co.uk
For an informal discussion about any of these posts, please contact Matt Perry, Operations Manager at the above email address with your phone number.
Closing date for all posts: 23rd June 2017, 12 pm

Senior Youth Worker: Dorothy Parkes Centre

SALARY: £10.00 per hour
LOCATION: Smethwick
HOURS: 3.5 hours per week Friday between 18:00 – 22:00
(2.5 hours working in the youth club and 1hour planning time)
CONTRACT: 1 Year contract
Closing date: 23rd June @ 3pm. Interview date: 10th July 2017

Dorothy Parkes Centre is a community facility for the use of local people. We are looking to recruit a Senior Youth Worker for our weekly youth club. This role will require you to provide guidance and management of our two youth workers and any potential volunteers to ensure the smooth running of this service.

You will possess a qualification in youth work or a minimum of 3 years working experience including experience of managing staff. You will provide a wide range of skills including the ability to plan weekly activities, ensuring the young people who use the service are at the centre of the planning and fully engaged in the activities.

Your working knowledge and experience of youth work will enable you to interact with young people aged 12 – 15 years of age and build trust. You will possess a current First Aid Certificate and hold a fully enhanced DBS certificate and or be willing to undertake one.

For further information or an application form, please contact Carol or Jag on 0121 558 0018 or email admin@dorothyparkes.org

Accommodation and Conference Manager: The Queen’s Foundation

  • Salary: band 5 (£21,500 to £25,000 depending on experience and qualifications)
  • 37.5 hours per week with regular weekend and evening work required
  • Holiday: 25 days + 8 bank holidays, other benefits include free lunches during term time

The Queen’s Foundation is a theological college in Edgbaston, Birmingham providing theological education and training to a wide range of students.  The attractive campus on Somerset Road is very busy, with teaching taking place typically 7 days a week and several evenings, with a full academic year from September to July. The campus provides residential accommodation, teaching and dining facilities, and office accommodation for staff.

From June 2017 a new house on Somerset Road provides additional student accommodation and offers potential for development of day conferences with its excellent teaching and catering facilities.  The facilities on the current site also offer potential for new business so the development of the campus for conference use is an essential part of the manager’s work.  Therefore, we are embarking on an exciting phase of improvement to the hospitality we offer and of development of the range of conferences and events we can host.

We therefore seek a motivated and skilled person to manage all aspects of our accommodation and to develop our conference potential.   You will have a leading role in ensuring that the Foundation provides a welcoming, hospitable and safe environment for all its students, staff and visitors, offering the highest possible levels of service and care.  You will line manage and oversee the work of a Hospitality Officer and the catering team.  You will manage existing conference business and develop new business in line with the strategic aims and policies of the Foundation. You will take a lead responsibility for implementing the Accommodation UK code of practice and ensuring compliance with this or any other related statutory duties.

To be considered for this role you need to hold a relevant conference/event management, customer service or hospitality qualification or have relevant and significant experience from a similar role in the public sector, education, conference or 3rd sector.  You will have strategic and entrepreneurship skills to develop conference business.  You will have a good understanding of Health and Safety duties and food standards requirements.  You will have the knowledge and skills to lead teams to bring the best out of others

The right person will be a team player, who is adept at working in a busy environment where multi-tasking is the norm, and where flexibility, adaptability and creativity are required.  They need to be in sympathy with the Christian ethos of the Foundation and committed to working within a diverse ecumenical, multi-cultural and multi-national community of staff and students in relationships of respect and trust.

If you have any queries about the position or application process you can contact the Principal’s Executive Assistant, Anj Parmar (0121 452 2600).

Closing date for this post is: 26th June 2017
Interviews to take place: 3rd July 2017.

Click here to download the job description.
Click here to apply.

Campus Facilities Manager: The Queen’s Foundation

  • Salary: band 5 (£21,500 to £25,000 depending on experience and qualifications)
  • 37.5 hours per week with regular weekend and evening work required
  • Holiday: 25 days + 8 bank holidays, other benefits include free lunches during term time

The Queen’s Foundation is a theological college in Edgbaston, Birmingham providing theological education and training to a wide range of students.  The attractive campus on Somerset Road is very busy, with teaching taking place typically 7 days a week and several evenings, with a full academic year from September to July.  The campus provides residential accommodation, teaching and dining facilities, and office accommodation for staff.  The buildings date from the end of the 19th century to the end of the 20th century and present all the familiar challenges of older buildings for maintenance and improvement.  Over the last 10 years considerable progress has been made in upgrading the quality of the accommodation but much remains to be done, working within very limited budgets and resources.

From June 2017 a new house on Somerset Road provides additional student accommodation and offers potential for development of day conferences with its excellent teaching and catering facilities.  While this building will be handed to us ‘as new’ our responsibilities to maintain it are considerable.

We therefore seek a motivated and skilled person to manage all the ‘hard facilities’ of the campus, who will be pro-active in identifying and making good repairs and improvements on the campus, being ready and able to undertake this work personally as well as leading a small team of facilities officers to do this or contracting specialists and external contractors.  You will take a lead in developing the programme of works for the planned maintenance, repair and development programme.  You will manage the housekeeping team, supervising their work, ensuring that they carry out their duties in an effective and efficient way.  You will be the named Health and Safety Officer, delivering training to ensure compliance with statutory duties and the operation of the Queen’s Foundation policy.  You will be available to attend out of hours emergencies, which might necessitate a return to work at short notice.

To be considered for this role you need to have extensive experience in facilities management or similar role and to have a NEBOSH Health and Safety Certificate or equivalent.  A recognised facilities or building qualification, for example a HNC or HND in General Building services, is desirable.  You will have the knowledge and skills to lead teams to bring the best out of others.

The right person will be a team player, who is adept at working in a busy environment where multi-tasking is the norm, and where flexibility, adaptability and creativity are required.  They need to be in sympathy with the Christian ethos of the Foundation and committed to working within a diverse ecumenical, multi-cultural and multi-national community of staff and students in relationships of respect and trust.

If you have any queries about the position or application process you can contact the Principal’s Executive Assistant, Anj Parmar (0121 452 2600).

Closing date for this post is: 26th June 2017.
Interviews to take place: 7th July 2017.

Click here to download the job description.
Click here to apply.

Programme Manager: Bethel Health and Healing Network

Bethel Health and Healing Network is a provider of health and wellbeing services in Birmingham. Our principal service is the Doula Service which provides practical and emotional support to vulnerable pregnant women and new mothers.
Bethel is now recruiting a new part-time Programme Manager to be based at St Johns House in Alum Rock, a community centre owned and managed by Interserve. The Programme Manager will be responsible for developing and managing a range of new projects that focus on promoting good mental health and wellbeing within the local area in partnership with Interserve.
This is a fixed term position for three years.

Essential criteria for this position includes:
1. Experience of developing and managing community and/or health projects and developing collaborative partnerships.
2. A degree level or vocational qualification in a relevant subject (e.g. community development, health, mental health, social care etc.) or equivalent experience.
3. Experience of managing and/or working with volunteers and/or interns.
4. An understanding of a variety of cultures and experience of working in a multi-ethnic, multi-faith setting.
SALARY: NJC PAY SCALE: point 22-28 £20,661-£24,964 pro rata
HOURS: Four days per week (28 hours)

To apply please e-mail for an Application Form and full Job Description, Person Specification to
Calis@bethelnetwork.org.uk
Deadline for completed applications is 12pm Friday 30th June.
Interviews will take place week commencing 10th July.

Director: Quinton Youth for Christ

Quinton Youth for Christ are seeking a pioneering, visionary and entrepreneurial Director to lead the centre into a new chapter. The successful candidate will be passionate about reaching and empowering young people with the gospel. They will be able to lead a team and will help to develop the missional strategy for Quinton YFC, building on existing relationships and youth work in the local churches and schools.
There is a genuine occupation requirement that the post holder is a committed evangelical Christian in accordance with Part 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010. An enhanced DBS check will be required alongside of two reference checks.
As a charity, Quinton has to fundraise for its income. Whilst you will be paid 100% of your monthly salary from day one, there is a strong expectation that each employee will share in the burden of fundraising for the organisation on an ongoing basis.
For more information on this exciting opportunity and to get a full job description and application form please contact Dani Knox on dani@quintonyfc.co.uk or for an informal conversation please contact Dani on 07939 982812
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £25,279 – £28,047 per annum depending on level of experience and qualification.
Application deadline: 3rd July 2017, 9am
Interview date: 16th July 2017 (please keep this date free should you be called for interview)
Working start date: 4th September 2017

Community Development Worker: The Haven Centre

The Haven Centre is a small community centre in the heart of Welsh House Farm, Quinton, Birmingham. We are looking for a new member of staff to support the community work that happens at the centre and undertake a pilot project to develop some new initiatives. We want an enthusiastic, committed person, with the relevant experience and qualifications to support our community through volunteer management, benefit advice and support and networking with local partners. You will receive excellent support from our committed team. The successful candidate must understand and uphold the ethos of the centre. We would expect their hours to be worked over 3-4 days. This post has been funded as a pilot through lottery funding initially for 6 months but we are confident that, following a positive outcome of the pilot, further funding will be found. The start date is the 1st September.
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Hours: 21 hrs a week
Rate of Pay: £24,765
Application Deadline: 3rd July 2017 mid-day
Interviews will be held on the 12th July 2017 at the Haven Centre.
For more information and a copy of the job description and application form please see Nicola Downing at the Haven Centre or e mail:
nicola@havencommunityproject.com

Foodbank & Clothesbank Support Worker: Narthex Sparkhill

Imagine someone with no food & walked 2-3 miles to get a food parcel turning up to complete strangers to tell them you have no food. Hoping that whoever they talk to is understanding & non-judgemental. Could you be that person who cares about people in crisis & wants to help provide a safe place to get help with food parcels & clothes? IF SO, YOU COULD BE THE PERSON WE NEED!

Job Purpose: we are looking for a person who is committed to serving people in crisis, in a multi faith/ethnic environment. Provide a whole person response to the needs of individuals & families who are destitute, including refugees or asylum seekers. To deliver support and services that enhance the lives of our clients and provide pathways for them and their families to move on and progress. Primarily this support would be from Sparkhill foodbank & clothesbank. Successful applicant will join us in providing compassionate & quality support to people who are in crisis & need.
This post may be subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure for a regulated activity and reference checks.
Key Tasks:
1. To provide a welcome and hospitable place for people in crisis and destitution where they are not judged
2. Work with clients on a one to one basis to provide whole person support at a practical and emotional level
3. To deliver practical support, to listen & help meet the needs shared
4. Support supermarket collections (about 6 Saturdays per year)
5. Support the manager, in keeping client details accurate and up to date
6. To work as part of a team including working with volunteers
7. To work collaboratively with all parts of the organisation to help bring about the best outcomes for our clients
8. To promote the work of Narthex and be a positive advocate for our work
9. Help sort and stack food & clothes n the warehouse
10. Help keep food & clothes bank clean and tidy

Job Title: Foodbank & Clothes Bank Support Worker
Reports to: Foodbank Manager
Salary: £14,040.00
Plus: 2% pension paid by employer + 2% by employee after probationary period
Hours of work: 30.00 hours a week including occasional weekend working

Closing Date: 5pm July 6th 2017
Interviews: July 11th 2017
For an application pack email Gareth Duffield: gareth.d@narthex.org.uk

Female Resource Centre, & Domestic Abuse Support Worker: Narthex Sparkhilll

We are looking for someone with skills to do the initial interview with victims & decide on whether to support in house or to signpost clients to for appropriate support. The right person will be based in our Narthex centre supplying practical & emotional support also to refugees & asylum seekers. We need a compassionate person who can treat clients with respect & keep client confidentiality. Part of the role is a practical role receiving & sorting donated goods & clothes for pregnant refugee mums & their babies who have no recourse to public funds.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE SEE THE APPLICATION PROCESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS ADVERT!
Job Purpose:
To work in a multi ethnic/faith environment & provide whole person support to individuals and their families who come to Narthex for support, including the following: Refugees & Asylum Seekers, Domestic Abuse, Honour-based violence. Focused on initial interview then providing in-house support or signposting to the most appropriate service that helps clients move forward. Primarily this support would be from Sparkhill foodbank & clothesbank. Successful applicant will join us in providing compassionate & quality support to people who are in crisis & need.
This post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure for a regulated activity and reference checks.
Key Tasks:
• To work in partnership with the Senior Resource Centre Support Worker to create a friendly and supportive environment where clients are listened to and receive an appropriate, holistic, person centred response
• Ensure the Child Protection, Safeguarding and Lone Working Policies and Procedures of Narthex Sparkhill are fully adhered to.
• Provides support to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, & honour based violence
• Conduct client assessments at first visit &maintain ongoing periodic evaluation
• Ensures case documentation is up-to-date
• Participates in outreach/consultation services in the community where appropriate accompany client on first visit
• Facilitates and oversees support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, & honour based violence
• To be part of a team of people committed to the care of those who come to us for help
• Encourage and support clients to make positive decisions regarding progression pathways
• Assess clients’ needs and signpost to relevant agencies where appropriate

Job Title: Female Resource Centre, & Domestic Abuse Support Worker
Reports to: Senior Resource Centre Support Worker
Salary: £14,898.00
Plus: 2% pension paid by employer + 2% by employee after probationary period
Hours of work: 30.00 hours a week

Closing Date: 5pm July 7th 2017
Interviews: July 12th 2017
For an application pack email Gareth Duffield: gareth.d@narthex.org.uk

Part-time Casual Verger: St Martin in the Bullring Church

St. Martin in the Bull Ring Church is looking for an enthusiastic person to cover the duties of a Verger at weekends. This is likely to include working all day Saturday and Sunday afternoon (totalling 15 hours). The role is likely to be required two weekends a month and is based at the Church supporting the various activities that take place in our busy City centre location.

A full job description plus supporting information can be found on the website of St. Martin in the Bull Ring Church at: www.bullring.org

Salary: £8.45 per hour

Contact Paul@bullring.org  for more information

Part-time Bookkeeper/Accounts Assistant: Betel UK

Betel of Britain (Birmingham) is a self-funded Christian charity offering help to those seeking to change their lifestyle and break free from addiction and homelessness. We offer a long term restoration programme, which is free of charge, where individuals become part of our family orientated residential community and are involved with the various aspects of works in our charity businesses which funds our centre.

We are seeking an experienced individual to assist on a part-time basis with the day to day financial duties of our charity at our office at Windmill House. Own transport essential as the site is not served by public transport. The post initially would be 5 hours each morning, Mon-Fri. You will need to be well-versed with accounting practices, be highly accurate, computer literate and know how to operate accounting software (ideally – Quick Books) along with MS Office.

Some of the general duties will include:
• Processing sales invoices, receipts and payments
• Balancing and reconciling of accounts
• Distributing and receiving of petty cash transactions and processing them
• Dealing with financial paperwork and filing

The above role may develop to include other duties (eg entering accounts payable) within the finance office, and, in the future, an additional two or three afternoons, as the charity develops. This post would suit a very meticulous and organised person who has a good amount of experience in bookkeeping and is comfortable to work on their own.

The post is not suitable for a smoker due to the nature of the ministry.
Guideline pay rate: £10.00 per hour
For further details please contact Jim Regan by e-mail: jim.regan@betel.uk attaching a CV.

Betel of Britain, Windmill House, Weatheroak Hill, Alvechurch, West Midlands, B48 7EA. Registered Charity no: 1081462

Fast Track Internships (2017-18): TLG

If you are a graduate and looking for a great opportunity to gain some experience in the working world, then why not look at coming to work for one of the most exciting and fastest growing charities out there! TLG’s paid internship is a unique leadership opportunity, guaranteed to fast track your career by 11 months of big investment and development. We are looking for those with bags of energy, who want to learn, and are very excited by TLG’s mission: to help churches support UK’s most disadvantaged children in their education. It promises to be a hugely rewarding year and we hope that many of our interns will find opportunities to stay in TLG beyond the year.

We offer two routes on the Fast Track Internship:
Education Internship
Are you interested in teaching? Or a career working with disadvantaged children and young people? We are keen to find some excellent teachers / practitioners in the making, so if you want to get a year of practice under your belt, come and join us! There are placements available in TLG Education Centres across the UK, which partner directly with churches to work with young people struggling in their education. We guarantee that our unique training package, working alongside our senior managers will be hugely beneficial. We also provide an option of a two year internship including a teaching qualification, paid for by us.
Organisational Development
If you’re interested in what it takes to become a future charity leader or manager then come and join us at our National Support Centre in Bradford. You will have the opportunity to work alongside our senior managers, understanding what it takes to roll out TLG’s vision on a national level. With opportunities to work alongside a range of teams, this unique placement provides huge scope for growth and experience in a number of areas: fundraising & partnerships, marketing, leadership, HR, people development, sales, communications, operations, etc.

We are looking for individuals who have a strong and vibrant Christian faith. TLG is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, including to volunteers, to share this commitment. The successful applicants will be required to undertake a DBS check.

Interested? To find out more check out our website at www.tlg.org.uk/jobs, contact us on 01274 900380 or email recruitment@tlg.org.uk

Closing date for applications is 21st July 2017

Volunteer opportunities

In addition to those listed below a range of different opportunities to volunteer can be found on Thrive Together Birmingham’s recruitment website page.   

Springfield Project Sparkhill: Gardening allotment volunteers

Would you like to get fit and make a difference by helping us on an allotment on Tuesdays?
These allotments are linked to the Springfield Project and are used by children and adults. The Springfield Project has a passion for our local community. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming space in which people from diverse backgrounds can meet and receive support. The Project developed from St Christopher’s Church’s vision for supporting families in the local area and wishing to share God’s love in our community.

We would like people who are willing to dig and get involved. No experience needed but you need to be reasonably fit. You would be joining an active team who garden on Tuesdays in all weathers. Hours are flexible and reasonable travel expenses are reimbursed.
For more information and an application form contact Rosalyn Clare at r.clare@springfieldproject.org.uk or phone 0121 777 2722
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringfieldProjectBirmingham

Springfield Project Sparkhill: Seedlings Play and Stay Group Volunteer

Would you like to help at a missional stay and play group?
The Springfield Project has a passion for our local community. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming space in which people from diverse backgrounds can meet and receive support.
The Springfield Project developed from St Christopher’s Church’s vision for supporting families in the local area and wishing to share God’s love in our community. One of the ways we do this is the Seedlings Play and Stay group. Led by Christian volunteers who are ably assisted by volunteers of all faiths and none, Seedlings gives children an opportunity to play and learn with their carers in a welcoming and safe environment. It is open to pre-school children and their carers on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

Volunteers are needed to help set up at the beginning and tidy down at the end, model good play practice with children, talk to parents, help wipe tables and give out snacks and drinks, help get bikes and scooters out, sing and do actions, etc. Seedlings is very popular and busy. Reasonable travel expenses are reimbursed.

For more information and an application form contact Rosalyn Clare at r.clare@springfieldproject.org.uk or phone 0121 777 2722.
Website: http://www.springfieldproject.org.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringfieldProjectBirmingham

Acacia Family Support: Trustee

Acacia Family Support  is a Christian charity that supports mothers and families affected by antenatal and postnatal depression across Birmingham. Our unique, community based support services rely mainly on volunteers and are delivered from our four centres across Birmingham (Northfield, Walmley, Kingstanding and Saltley).

Following a recent skills audit, the board of Trustees are keen to recruit new trustees. We are  looking for  dedicated, enthusiastic  and suitably qualified professionals with experience in the following areas:

  • Charitable fundraising
  • HR
  • Legal
  • Charitable leadership / business development
  • Clinical governance

Working alongside our existing team of dedicated Trustees ( including the two founders of the Charity ) we are seeking experienced individuals with the above skills and experience to help us to drive forward our strategic plans for expansion beyond Birmingham.

This is an unpaid role, but you will be able to reclaim all appropriate expenses.

If this sounds like the sort of charity you would like to be part of, please download our Trustee application pack at www.acacia.org.uk/news and email to Chair@acacia.org.uk

If you wish to have an informal chat about the role please call the Chair, Rev Lee Plummer on 07590 606425.

They Also Served

Volunteer to get involved with a HLF funded project by Churches Together in England that will bring alive the contributions of African and Caribbean servicemen in the First World War.

They Also Served is a HLF funded project by Churches Together in England that will bring to life the contributions of African and Caribbean servicemen and women.

Working with the Midlands African and Caribbean churches and wider communities, the project will deliver a series of talks, screenings and workshops, and produce an exhibition that will explore the experiences of the men and women that served in the British imperial forces.

The project is looking for volunteers to assist with the exhibition, writing blog entries and with hosting events.

The project is also offering a workshop in researching ancestors that served in WW1.

For more information contact Dr Angelina Osborne;
Email: angelina.osborne@cte.org.uk or Phone: 07960944203

Adavu: Volunteer Befrienders

Adavu is a church response to the Economic Crime of Modern Slavery.

They support victims of Modern Slavery in the West Midlands. They are now looking for Volunteer Befrienders:

MODERN SLAVERY IN OUR COMMUNITIES: Slavery and Exploitation still take place in the towns, cities and rural communities in the West Midlands. Men, women and children can be trafficked for sexual exploitation, forced labour, domestic servitude, and other forms of slavery.

Adavu is a Birmingham based project of the Methodist Church (with CIGB support) which offers long term support to adult survivors of modern slavery who are making the transition into life in a local community.

VOLUNTEER BEFRIENDERS: Do you know people who could support and offer practical help to their clients?

For more info about Volunteer Befriender poster and Volunteer Role Descriptor.

Contact Kerry for more info: info@adavu.org.uk 0121 753 1959 ext 7

CIGB: Volunteer Workplace Chaplains

Churches and Industry Group Birmingham and Solihull (CIGB) has vacancies for volunteer workplace chaplains in our teams in places like shopping centres, the Fire Service, construction sites, and at NEC Group in locations across Birmingham and Solihull.

Volunteers receive training and support in Chaplaincy skills, connecting Chaplaincy to local churches and making sense of workplaces. Volunteer Chaplains are often established Christians who are excited at the prospect of working with God outside of the ‘usual walls’ of the Church, and alongside people of no faith and other faiths. Chaplaincy is about personal support and listening, organisational presence, and awakening people to the bigger questions of life.

CIGB is a growing, diverse, ecumenical charity, with over 50 volunteer chaplains, sponsored by Birmingham Church Leaders.

More information here: http://www.cigb.org.uk/chaplaincies/

TLG the education charity

Yardley Wood Baptist Church, Yardley Wood Road, Birmingham, B14 4LS

Can you spare any time during the week to work alongside our students, 11-16, to help them engage again with learning? We believe that learning will help them to make good choices and to live life with a purpose.
We are looking for people to work 1:1 with our students, to help them with their reading and to catch up with work or just to join in with the day. Also we could do with help with preparing and serving lunch, or maybe an hour in the morning as the students arrive to offer tea and toast. If you would like to know more or would like to come and see us in action, please speak to Alison Badger our Head Teacher using the contact details below.
All volunteers have to comply with YWBC national child protection policies
alison.badger@tlg.org.uk phone: 0121 474 5412

More information on this opportunity can be found here
For more information on TLG visit their website