Back on Track are always looking for enthusiastic and skilled people to help support our services in all areas.

Cafe Volunteers
The new Back on Track Cafe is open for business. We need people in two new roles – Volunteer Shift Leaders and Cafe Volunteers. This is a fantastic opportunity to get new skills in customer service, catering and supervision, get experience that could help you find a job in catering, and be part of a fantastic new project. Download the role descriptions then fill out and return our application form.

Cafe Volunteer Shift Leader
Cafe Volunteer
Volunteer application form

Volunteer Activity leader
Activity leaders lead a small group of adults in a group activity (eg a craft session, a visit to a local museum, or a work experience session). You need to be confident at facilitating a group of service users. We are particularly looking for activity leaders with skills in cleaning, painting and decorating or cookery, though we are also open to finding out what skills you have!

Activity leader role description

Based on our main reception desk, volunteers welcome visitors to the centre, deal with enquiries and handle telephone calls as well as basic administrative duties such as filing and photocopying.

Reception volunteer role description

Learning Support Mentor
Learning support mentors help provide informal support to our service users during group activities and outside group activities. You need to be available for a regular slot each week.

Learning support mentor role description

Applying to be a volunteer
The first step is to complete a volunteer application form. We’ll then get in touch to arrange to a visit so we can talk to you about volunteering with us. 
Please note: it can sometimes take a few months for a volunteering vacancy to arise in your preferred area.