Advice, Information and Support - Opportunities Of The Week
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From: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 12:00 AM to: Thursday, October 19, 2017 12:00 AM

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If you are interested in these volunteering opportunities then please register and then email us with the opportunity details at info@volunteercentreliverpool.org.uk or telephone us on 0151 237 3975.

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Volunteer Debt Adviser (L11) - VCL 889

Triple C (Liverpool) www.triplecliverpool.co.uk is a Christian organisation working in the L11 area of Liverpool.  Triple C works with children & families, older people, we run three foodbank distribution centres and also Norris Green Debt Advice. 

Norris Green Debt Advice is a satellite service of St Andrews Debt Advice and has been operating since 2012.  Currently there is a drop-in service offered between 10am and 2pm on a Tuesday.  Due to increased demand we would like to offer debt advice on a Thursday as well, so we are looking for new volunteers.

 

Generalist Adviser  (L2) - VCL 045

As a generalist adviser you will help people face to face or over the phone at our city centre office with a range of problems such as consumer matters, debt difficulties, benefit questions, housing issues and utility queries.

The role will involve Interview clients face to face, letting the client explain their problem, advise them on, and explore with them their options. Acting on the clients behalf in making phone calls/ writing letters/emails.
Making referalls either in house or to appropriate agencies and keep accurate case records

 

Volunteer Support Worker - VCL 478

We are looking for people (18+ years) who can give at least 2 hours a week whenever possible. Working times are flexible as appointments with clients can be made during any time of the day the day up till 5.pm.
Our services include giving emotional support to help victims deal with the fear and distress crime can cause. Providing information so people can find their way around the criminal justice system. Helping with applications for criminal injuries compensation
Arranging visits to court before trial so that witnesses can learn about what happens and about legal terminology.Helping with home security, such as lock fitting and personal alarms
Putting people in touch with other organisations for more support
Special support packages for people affected by homicide and other types of crime
Our volunteers are the heart of delivering these vital services and the time they give is greatly appreciated

 

Digital Assessor/Adviser (L2) - VCL 045

We wish to extend our assessment/advice service to incoporate a digital service. The role of a digital assessor/adviser will be to assess a clients issues and give support and guidance using digital media. You will also advise a client on their options via telephone, email and webchat.

 

Volunteer Mentor - VCL 2039

We require an experienced social media marketer familiarised with echogravity, managing social media activities, stakeholder engagement, focusing on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, and SlideShare.

The ideal volunteer would have knowledge in marketing or journalism. Also candidates experienced in B2B marketing will be considered. Commitment, dedication, hardwork and integrity will be considered too.

 

Support Volunteer (L6) - VCL 803

Volunteers will support vulnerable, homeless men (who are living in supported housing) to develop skills including budgeting, housekeeping, basic DIY, cooking skills and health and nutrition awareness which will eventually enable them to live independently. Some of our service users have mental health or substance misuse problems.
A significant number are refugee's who have no family  or other support networks and as English is not their first language face many personal barriers.... there are many different aspects to the work which can be both rewarding and challenging! Some lone working will be involved in this role. Volunteers age 18+ years.

 

Volunteer Welfare Rights Adviser (L5)  - VCL 802

Volunteering as a Welfare Rights Adviser is both interesting and rewarding. You will learn about the welfare system and use your knowledge to help our clients improve their quality of life. We will provide you with the training that you need to understand the benefits system and to liaise with a variety of organisations on behalf of the people that you meet. We also offer the opportunity for you to complete an NVQ Level 3 in Advice and Guidance in association with The City of Liverpool College.