Romanian speaking Outreach Volunteer

What You'll Do: 

We are looking for a Romanian speaker to join our outreach teams across London to help and support our Romanian clients who are rough sleeping. You should speak Romanian to Degree level for this role. This will include some early morning and evening work. We will give you full training and support and are happy to make this a placement towards a course/internship. This role is mostly outside on the street so would suit someone who is happy to be out in all weathers! You should be compassionate and able to deal with difficult situations, understanding that outreach work can be difficult. 

Human Rights
United Kingdom
16 Weeks Minimum
5 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Active listening
Translation and Interpreting
Crisis Management
Statement of Motivation
DBS check
Over 18 years old

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