A person to assist with making teas or coffees, serving them and washing up is required. Attention to individual preferences is necessary.
Working with older, vulnerable people is required.
The volunteer must be able to handle hot kettles and tea cups.
There is currently one other person working to provide refreshments to members, volunteers and guests.
1. To experience the gratitude of persons receiving the refreshments.
2. To work as part of a team of volunteers.
3. To develop a working relationship with friendly, inclusive members.
Friday Club is based in the Church Hall of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Shoreham Beach, Kings Drive.
It is accessible by the 700 bus, which stops at the Saltings Roundabout, opposite the entrance to Shoreham Airport.
It is then a short walk to the Church Hall.
There is ample parking for cars in the hall's ground
When do I need to be available?
|Details||This opportunity is available from September 2019.|
Where does this role take place?
c/o 16 Fowey Close
Shoreham By Sea
- Practical Skills
Not wheelchair users. A ramp and bar is available at the entrance to the hall.
Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
This position is open, regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality
For items bought for the club's refreshments. Mileage is payable for drivers using their car on club outings.
Health and Safety
This position requires that a person is aware of the health and safety issues in the making and distribution of hot drinks.
Working alongside the current volunteers.
Insurance Cover for Volunteers
Public Liability Insurance is in place.
Appropriate for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BME, Women only)
This position is not open to wheelchair users due to the nature of the work and the kitchen not being suitably adapted for wheelchair users.
Suitable for a group of volunteers
Only one volunteer is required at present as there is already one person making the refreshments.
Support on Offer
From the current postholder and other experienced volunteers
Training is offered in house.