Short term professional volunteers

We’re looking for professionals who can contribute on a short term basis. It might be through film-making, graphic design, marketing or any number of other ways. There’s no set time commitment – you can just give as little or as much time as you want. We’d love to hear what you could contribute.
  

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How do I become 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.  

Activity leader

 

Lead a small group of adults in a group activity which builds their confidence and skills

 

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Learning support mentor

 

Provide informal support to  service users during group sessions and 1:1

Cafe volunteer 

 

Help us run Swan Kitchens, Back on Track’s vibrant catering project

 

Role description

Various catering roles

 

Front of house, food prep, kitchen porter, logistics support, supervisor and admin roles

 

IAG volunteer

 

Provide information, advice and guidance to enable people to progress and fulfil their potential 

 

Role description

Reception and admin

 

Provide a friendly welcome to visitors and assist with administration tasks

 

Role description

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We have volunteers working in a wide range of rewarding roles, and we’re always on the lookout for new people to join the team. Our volunteers are at the centre of what we do, and get great support – which is why we were named Best Volunteer Involving Organisation at the Spirit of Manchester awards. Find out more about each role then fill in our volunteer application form to sign up.

Got any questions?

 

If you’d like any more information or just want to discuss the roles please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Rachel – rachel.garratt@backontrackmanchester.org.uk

 

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