What You'll Do: 
  • Taking phone calls from agencies or potential Nightstop volunteers.
  • Taking enquiries from people who want to be Host or other volunteer for the project via email or phone.
  • To help with promoting the scheme at events
  • Support the team with the on-boarding of Nightstop volunteers (Training, background checks and tracking of DBS checks)
  • Inputting data onto a computerised recording system
  • General administrative duties such as: photocopying, up-dating files, making phone calls, laminating, typing letters, record keeping, requesting references for hosts and other volunteers.
  • To attend initial training programme prior to undertaking role and attend periodic training during the course of the role.
  • To attend training and support sessions where appropriate.
  • To adhere to the terms of Nightstop North East policies currently in force and its Code of Practice.
  • To contribute positively to the continuous development of the service/team.
  • To observe clear professional boundaries in our relations with the young people we work with.


Why You'll Love It: 
All genuine out-of-pocket expenses, are reimbursed. While volunteering with Nightstop, volunteers have full liability insurance cover. There are appreciation events to recognise the important contribution that volunteers make. Personal & professional development through training, support and ongoing evaluation. Contribute to a service that really does make a difference to the lives of young people.
What You'll Learn: 
A basic understanding of the issues people face. Different training opportunities  Communication skilss 
Social Care
3 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Active listening
Problem Solving
Public Speaking
CV / Resume
Statement of Motivation
DBS check
In-Person Interview
Over 18
Phone Interview
These documents must be completed: 

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