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Please take a look at our list of job and volunteering opportunities.


Enablement Officer(VI/HI)

Location: Warwickshire
Closing date: Sunday 6th December 2020 

We are recruiting for an Enablement Officer to join our small but friendly  team to provide housing related support to our clients who have sensory loss and may have learning and/or physical disabilities.

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Youth Worker

Location: Flexible (remote working)
Closing date: 12pm on Wednesday 2nd December 2020

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our small and friendly team to facilitate the provision of online youth activities appropriate to the developmental stages of the young people involved across the key areas of Birmingham, Leeds, Lincolnshire, Milton Keynes, Durham, Coventry and Warwickshire and other areas across the UK.

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Registered Sign Language Interpreter

Location: West Midlands
Closing date: Monday 30th November 2020 

We are recruiting for a Registered Sign Language Interpreter to join our Communication team and provide high-quality interpreting service to our clients in the West Midlands area. 

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Volunteer Befriender

Location:
Birmingham, Black Country, Solihull, Coventry, Warwickshire and North Worcestershire

This is an exciting volunteer opportunity for someone who would like to befriend vulnerable deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind people living in the West Midlands. 

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Volunteer Drivers

Location: Lincolnshire

We are looking for supportive, friendly and committed individuals to transport families/young people and children with hearing or visual impairments to our events within the Lincolnshire area.

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Volunteer - Youth Club

Location: Leeds

We are looking for people who can provide support to people with a hearing or sight loss, their families, carers, community groups and professionals.

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Volunteer - Social Activities/Groups

Location: Leeds

We are looking for people who can provide support to people with a hearing or sight loss, their families, carers, community groups and professionals.

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