Volunteer

There are lots of reasons why people chose to volunteer with Cheshire Youth United organisations. What will your reason be?

  • Give back by making a real difference to the lives of young people in your local area.
  • Break the daily routine and challenge yourself to
    do something new.
  • Develop skills and discover your hidden talents.
  • Employers love to hear about volunteering experiences, give your CV a boost.
  • Give your support to those who already volunteer.
  • Meet like minded people and develop your social network.
  • Be part of something truly worthwhile.

Between our 9 member organisations across Cheshire there is an opportunity to suit everyone no matter what your skills, experience or interests and with our member’s flexible approach it’s easy to fit volunteering around your own schedule.

Check out the volunteer vacancies below.

Young Leader for Brownies

Shavington

The Role:

Girlguiding is looking for two young leaders to support the Brownie Pack in Shavington. This is a thriving group with 24 deligtful Brownies aged 7-10 who love to do different things and get out and about in the local community. The unit meets on Tuesday evenings 5.45pm - 7.45pm during

Commitment:

Tuesdays 5.45pm - 7.45pm During Term Time

Brownie Helper / Leader

Shavington

The Role:

We are looking for adults to help at Shavington Brownie Pack as either a Unit helper or Assisstant Leader. Shavington Brownies is a well established group with 24 delightful Brownies aged 7-10 who enjoy trying new things, earning badges and going on trips. Unit Helpers Unit Helpers are vital in

Commitment:

Once a week during term time, Tuesday 5.45pm - 7.45pm

Beaver Helper

Halebank

The Role:

Beaver helpers provide invaluable support to Beaver Leaders in delivering the programme to young people aged 6 to 8 on a weekly or rota basis. About Beavers Beaver Scouts are young people usually aged between six and eight years old. They belong to the first and youngest Section in the

Commitment:

Friday evenings 6pm - 7pm

Secretary

Halebank

The Role:

We are looking for a Group Scout Secretary to support the new Beaver, Cub and Scouts sections at Halebank Youth Club. The role description will vary but the following are the key duties of the Group Secretary: • Act as Secretary to the Group Scout Council and Executive Comittee •

Commitment:

In your own time

Detachment Instructor

Winsford

The Role:

As a Detachment Instructor it would be your job to instruct and teach the Cadets in your detachment. They will follow an Army Syllabus but also look for good life lessons from the detacment staff.

Commitment:

2 Nights per week from 1915hrs to 2145hrs

Civilian Assistant

Winsford

The Role:

As a civilian assistant you would help with the running of the detachment. That may be by selling snacks at break time or keeping stock of all the equipment we hold.

Commitment:

1 to 2 nights per week. (2 hours each)

Section assistant leaders, Beavers Cubs and Scouts

Nantwich and surrounding area

The Role:

Support the Section Leader in either Beavers (boys and girls 6-8) Cubs (boys and girls 8-10) or Scouts (boys and girls 10-14) to deliver an engaging programme in line with the Scout values and principles. Support the delivery of the programme by helping to run activities and games in the

Commitment:

Once a week or weekly rota basis


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