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EXCITING VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY IN WOKINGHAM

SMART CJS is excited to offer a rewarding volunteering opportunity at SMART Wokingham’s Young Person’s Drug and Alcohol Service.

Job role: Volunteer Young Person’s Support Worker.

Location: SMART CJS Wokingham, Berkshire. Free onsite parking.

Hours: Minimum commitment is 1 day a week, can be split between 2 half days if required.

Salary: This is a voluntary role. Travel and some expenses will be reimbursed.

About you:

You will need a strong desire to work with people up to the age of 18, supporting them to explore their substance use behaviours. You will work alongside the Young Person’s Worker to provide substance use and harm reduction advice, evidence-based information, and education.

This is an extremely interesting and diverse role that will require you to work in a variety of settings such as schools, youth centres and other community venues.

Experience of working with young people in a supportive role is preferred but not essential. You will be fully supported and guided by the Young Person’s Worker and Service Manager.

A DBS check will be required for this role.

For more information contact Rachael.kerrigan@smartcjs.org.uk

About SMART Wokingham’s Young Person’s Service

 

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