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Activities Coordinator - Crafts, games and fun!

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Description of the role:

Orwell Housing have various housing schemes dotted all over Suffolk. From Extra Care, to Sheltered housing, to Learning disabilities, to Temporary Housing.
We are looking for volunteers to join in with the schemes and do the fun side of staff's role. Such as activities, games, day trips, befriending, crafts, gardening, cooking. Please get in touch. Lots of different roles, lots of opportunities.

Opportunity Activities: Administration, Art, Befriending and Buddying, Entertainment, Gardening
Availability required:

M T W T F S S
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

What skills are needed?

Whatever skills you can bring we will appreciate them. Roles are very open to interpretation - Whether you like games and fun, or cookery and gardening.
Roles can be tailored to fit you and what you want to achieve.

What skills will be learned / gained?

Friends. Fun. How to play games. Self confidence. Gardening. Cooking. Experience. Something to put on your CV. A look into a working environment - if that's what you're looking for.

DBS Check Required: Yes
Driving Licence Required: No
Mandatory training required for role: Yes
Details of mandatory training:

H&S, Diversity. Fire

Extra information:

Please get in touch, we have lots of various roles and different roles. All Ages Welcome!!! :)


About the Opportunity Host Organisation


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Host Organisation: Orwell Housing Association
Organisation Profile:

Orwell is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered social landlord managing over 3,500 properties across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and North Essex. The majority of our housing stock is general needs housing comprising mainly rental properties for families, couples and individuals in housing need.

Orwell also manages and provides support and care services to a large number of people living in alms-houses, sheltered housing schemes, extra care housing schemes for older people, hostels and flats for young and homeless people and refuges for women fleeing domestic abuse.

We also own a number of supported living schemes for people with learning difficulties, support and care is provided by Orwell or other support and care agencies.

We employ over 700 employees including relief and casual workers, and up to 50 volunteers.