Nueva oferta de trabajo voluntariado europeo en Reino Unido con jóvenes desfavorecidos de Bournemouth (Reino Unido), esta vez de la mano de una organización con una amplia trayectoria , incluyendo como siempre en el SVE todos los gastos pagados.
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Number of volunteers:
4 from Building Bridges Association
Place and dates
12 Months: Start Date 4th September 2018 – Completion Date 3rd September 2019*
6 Months: Start Date 1st October 2018 – Completion Date 31st March 2019*
Project 1 – Chaiplancy
Chaplaincy service exists to lead people to Jesus Christ and to fullness of life in Him. We offer spiritual support, pastoral care and moral guidance
to the organisation’s staff, volunteers, clients and their families. In working closely with the Housing Department we support men and women between the ages of 18 and 60 living in our accommodation.
The main activities will include:
Helping the chaplaincy team provide spiritual support to staff, volunteers, clients and their families
Support staff to advocate the Christian influence within the organisation.
Help the Chaplaincy Team facilitate group sessions for housing clients aiding them to grow in confidence, learn new skills and connect with God
Support staff during trips and residential activities for housing clients and young people
Serving dinner for residents once a week
Assisting staff with communication on the main reception desk
Providing support and advice to homeless people in the local area alongside Staff (drop-ins for homeless people)
Delivering sessions to young people in youth projects
Administration tasks within the department
Attending and contributing to team meetings.
Attend relevant training as required.
This role can include unsociable hours.
Project 2 – Youth Work
The main activities will include:
To support staff and volunteers in various youth centre settings across Bournemouth and Dorset to delivery youth action projects.
To support staff to plan youth work activities and sessions.
Building professional relationships with the young people within youth sessions, promoting wellbeing and providing guidance and advice.
Encourage children and young people to engage in activities such as cooking, arts and crafts, table tennis, pool and outdoor games.
Attend conferences, meetings or training sessions related to youth work and the organisation.
Deliver youth action projects within the community for young people.
Support young people to design and deliver community events.
To evaluate the projects and children and young people’s development through using evaluation tools such as “Outcome Star”.
Assist staff in delivering holiday activities for children and young people.
To support staff to deliver accreditation schemes across the department such as AQA Subject Unit Awards for young people.
Help in producing promotional materials: magazines, posters, videos, etc with young people.
Updating social media outlets to promote the work of the department (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
Assisting with administrative tasks within the office. This may include creating session plans.
This role can include unsociable hours which will include evenings and some weekends.
Project 3 – Children services
Bournemouth’s Pre- School provides a range of educational and recreational activities for children aged 2-5 years old. Activities include outdoor trips, arts and crafts and learning and development sessions.
The pre-school activities will include;
Assisting children age 2-5years with their care, learning and development needs
Observe children’s development, liaising with practitioners/key person
Assisting with the preparation of free flow learning opportunities for all children considering their age and stage of development
Report all safeguarding concerns to pre-school management
Support with general housekeeping duties
Assist in preparing food (if certificated to do so)
Contribute to team and room meetings and attend some wider events and fundraising opportunities where possible
This role takes place during school time only
Bournemouth Contact Centre offers children the opportunity to develop their relationship with the parent or relative they do not live with. Volunteers are on hand to offer activities to children in a group or on a supervised 1-1 basis.
The Contact Centre activities will include;
To support staff in providing opportunities for children to spend time with the parent or family members with whom they do not usually live
Providing age appropriate facilities and resources to encourage interaction between children and their families
To support staff and children within group work situations
Aiding interaction between children and parents using kitchen facilities, arts and crafts materials and using a range of age appropriate toys and activities
This role is occasional and takes place during daytimes, evenings and weekends Bournemouth’s Holiday Clubs provide fun activities for children during school holidays.
The Holiday Club activities will include:
Assisting staff in the planning and delivery of leisure-based holiday activities to children
Supporting staff to offer children physical activities and opportunities to try new things
Encouraging children to take part in arts and crafts activities, music, dance and singing
Encouraging children to engage in free play thereby experimenting and adapting their own ideas
Promoting self-esteem, self-worth, social-skills and values within children during holiday activities
Practical arrangements common for all projects
Travel is included. Other costs are also covered (accommodation, language course, food, pocket money, insurance, and so on).
There will be some evenings and weekend days. There may also be occasional overnight stays throughout the year and although these are usually optional for volunteers they will greatly enhance their experience with us. When the EVS volunteers want to book days off, this can be agreed in advance with their line managers.
Hosting organisation will usually use host families with a history of accommodating international students. The families often come recommended to us. We will draw up a contract with the families before the new volunteers arrive. The host families are unrelated to any hosting organisation employees. They are accessible by bus and have internet connections. We have a mobile number and email address to contact them whenever we need to and they have ours.
If there are any special requirements for the accommodation, these will be discussed with the volunteers prior to their arrival. The induction supervisor will set up the volunteers’ bank accounts, Doctor registrations and buspasses.
Bournemouth has good local transport networks so the volunteers will be able to navigate themselves around the town alone. They will have unlimited town centre buspasses with a local company so they can use it at all times for volunteering and during the weekends for leisure. Any other essential journeys requested of them will be provided by or funded by hosting organisation Bournemouth.
The volunteers will have food provided by the host families and an individual allowance which will be placed automatically into their own bank accounts each month. We will set this up for them.
The line managers will help the EVS volunteers to devise a learning development plan for their year of service. This will be tailored to their needs and interests and may include some free training. It may also include more informal learning through shadowing our staff and undertaking their own personal milestones, projects or research if they wish. They will have quarterly reviews with their line manager to review their tasks and timetable and to ensure they are still satisfied with their role. There will also be a Mentor whom the volunteers can request to meet with at any time throughout their stay to discuss their placement objectively.
The EVS volunteers will receive a Youthpass. The Youthpass Certificate will validate their learning outcomes and experience. They will be asked to identify some competences to work towards from the beginning of their service. We have prepared a short document which will help to prompt them when deciding which competences to choose. They include communication skills, information technology, social skills, initiative and cultural awareness. We will complete the Youthpass Certificate together with the volunteers so that they may be aware, reflect on and document their learning.
The EVS volunteers will have access to a Mentor throughout their stay with us. The Mentor will be objective and from a different hosting organisation Bournemouth department. The volunteers will meet with the Mentor on a monthly basis (or more if required) to review their chosen competences and to reflect and assess on their learning experiences for their Youthpass Certificates. They will also meet throughout their induction and then quarterly with their line managers for more task-focused supervision.
Towards the end of the EVS volunteers’ stay, the line managers will help them to complete the Youthpass Certificate and to share their stories and achievements with others by writing articles for our newsletter.
They will also be invited to communicate with our next EVS volunteers so that the cycle of information sharing can continue between our past, present and future volunteers. This peer support helps the volunteers to privately answer any other questions or share experiences which they may not feel comfortable sharing with the Mentor or line managers directly.
Cómo solicitar este voluntariado en Reino Unido
We will study carefully all application and selected candidates will be invite for Skype interview. The selection of volunteers will take place in the coming weeks.
For the selection of the volunteers we will need:
– Europass CV with picture (made in the last month) with skype name included
– Motivational letter, writing that your sending organisation will be “Building Bridges”. We ask all candidates to send a specific letter of motivation – why they want to volunteer with us rather than just a general EVS one. The volunteer is chosen according to his/her motivation and interest to the project and to the activities. It will be paid special attention to cover letters. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”.
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All documents written in English you can attach below with subject: “UK Harvey. NAME PROJECT. YOUR NAME. YOUR SURNAME” to asociacionbbARROBAgmail.com