Current vacancies

Employment opportunities

We don’t have any employment vacancies at the moment – as soon as something opens up we’ll post it here, so check back with us in the future.

 

 

 

Volunteering opportunities

Volunteer Support Worker (Young Parents)

Hours:                    Six hours per week: 12:00 – 18:00 on Wednesdays

Location:                Norwich

Type of role:          Voluntary, no pay is associated with this role. Expenses are payable for travel etc.

Our Volunteer Support Worker will directly support our work with Young Parents, working out of our Risebrow Centre in Norwich. You’ll be working with our Advice Workers to support the delivery of our Young Parents Group, greeting the young parents attending and participating in the activities with them. You’ll be helping us to ensure the children of young parents are looked after while they’re in a drop-in session, signpost to positive activities and services within MAP and the wider community, and be an integral part of this important service we provide in Norfolk. Ideally, you’d have some experience of youth work or working with young people and children, including babies, be a great communicator and be able to make people feel welcome and at ease.

How to apply

Please complete the application form and recruitment monitoring form and return via email to hr@map.uk.net.

If you’d like to ask anything about the role, please contact our HR team, popping MAP Volunteer Support Worker (Young Parents) Chat in the subject line. 

MAP Application Form

Volunteer Support Worker (Young Parents) Role Description

Closing date for applications: Monday 3rd February 2020 at 12:00

Interview date: to be confirmed

 

Volunteer Drop-In Youth Worker

Hours:                    Between five to ten hours per week: 13:00 – 18:00 either one or two days a week

Location:                Norwich

Type of role:          Voluntary, no pay is associated with this role. Expenses are payable for travel etc.

We’re looking for a volunteer to join us in our advice drop-ins in a youth work capacity, to help support and build relationships with vulnerable young people who use MAP’s services. You will be embedded within a team of advice and case workers. This will involve working closely with young people coming to our advice drop-in, providing one-to-one support to encourage independence and development, and signpost  to other services in the wider community where it would help. You’ll ideally have experience of youth work and developing positive activities with young people. We’re looking for great communicators who can build trust and relationships well with a wide range of individuals.

How to apply

Please complete the application form and recruitment monitoring form and return via email to hr@map.uk.net.

If you’d like to ask anything about the role, please contact our HR team, popping MAP Volunteer Drop-In Youth Worker Chat in the subject line. 

MAP Application Form

Drop In Youth Work Volunteer Role Description

Closing date for applications: Monday 3rd February 2020 at 12:00

Interview date: to be confirmed

 

Volunteer Advice Administration Assistant

Hours:                    Five or six hours a week, with potential to increase

Location:                Norwich

Type of role:          Voluntary, no pay is associated with this role. Expenses are payable for travel etc.

We’re looking for a volunteer who would like to develop their administrative skills within our Advice service. We’re planning to move to a paperless service to improve our carbon footprint, and this person would be a direct help in this process, assisting with the scanning and storing of current and past documentation. You’ll also help us gather evaluation data directly from young people who have used our services, and support the production of reports, alongside assisting with the general operation of the Advice service. Ideally, you’d have experience of undertaking admin work and working with young people, be someone who is a confident and effective communicator and an organised person with a sound knowledge of IT, specifically on Microsoft Office.

How to apply

Please complete the application form and recruitment monitoring form and return via email to hr@map.uk.net.

If you’d like to ask anything about the role, please contact our HR team, popping MAP Volunteer Advice Administration Assistant Chat in the subject line. 

MAP Application Form

Volunteer Advice Administration Assistant Role Description

Closing date for applications: Monday 3rd February 2020 at 12:00

Interview date: to be confirmed

 

MAP Trustees

 

Hours:                    There isn’t a fixed amount of hours for this role, but there’s an expectation you’ll attend our six Trustee Board meetings each year

Location:                Norwich, or able to travel to Norwich for Trustee business

Type of role:          Voluntary, no pay is associated with this role. Expenses are payable for travel, accommodation, etc.

MAP supports thousands of young people in Norfolk each year by providing free and independent advice, counselling, youth work and education. Our team of staff and volunteers have grown in recent years to provide these essential services, and we’re now looking for individuals to join our Trustee Board to assist us with the project going forward.

You’ll be joining a team of six trustees, each with their own interest and expertise to bring to our board. You might not have thought about being a trustee before, but we’re looking for fresh perspectives and new ideas to bring to the board. Whether you’re a young person yourself who wouldn’t think of themselves as a trustee, work in completely different sector, or just haven’t thought about being a trustee before, we’d love to hear from you.

You’ll be overseeing and directing our strategic plans and helping us to meet our objectives and obligations. As a charity, we’re passionate about our values, which we’d hope you would be too. These are:

  • Being Young Person Centred
  • Valuing Each Individual
  • Being Professional
  • Working for Social Justice

It’s our mission to help all young people in Norfolk know what it is to be valued, and to ensure they have access to all the support and information to make a successful transition into adulthood. The role of Trustee is integral to this mission, and the knowledge, experiences and insight you could bring can make a huge difference to lives of young people in Norfolk now.

Over the course of each year, we’d expect you to contribute your time to attend up to six Trustee Board meetings each year. There are further opportunities for other activities and duties related to the role of Trustee, including working with sub-groups of the board, however this is down to each individual and their interest.

The role of Trustee is overseen by The Charity Commission. In 2018, the Commission updated their guidelines on what might disqualify a person from becoming a Trustee. To find out more, click here to view the Government’s guide for individuals.

We’re seeking a diverse range of applications to reflect our work with a diverse range of young people. We’re an equal opportunities organisation, committed to increasing our diversity and representation.

If you think you have the time, passion and enthusiasm to join us on our journey, we’d love to hear from you. 

How to apply

Please complete the application form and recruitment monitoring form and return via email to hr@map.uk.net.

If you’d like to ask anything about the role, please contact our HR team, popping MAP Trustee Chat in the subject line. 

MAP Trustee Application Form

Trustee Role Description

This is a rolling recruitment, and we’ll contact applicants individually about their applications.

 

Volunteer Youth Counsellors

Hours:                   Voluntary

Location:              Great Yarmouth

MAP are currently looking for counsellors who are able to volunteer their services to work within a team offering counselling to 18 to 25 year olds from our bases in Norwich and Great Yarmouth. We would love to hear from those who feel passionately about working with young people.

Successful applicants will be able to use their skills and expertise to help a range of young people, and will gain experience of working in a lively, experienced and committed team of counsellors and therapists. In return, we provide monthly Professional Supervision, undertake regular Peer Supervision and offer CPD training throughout the year.

To be considered, candidates will be working towards, or will have successfully completed, a counselling qualification to a minimum of diploma level and be registered with a professional organisation that works to a professional code of ethics and standards (e.g. BACP or UKCP).

This is a rare opportunity for counsellors who share our values to contribute their ideas, skills and enthusiasm to enhance the lives of young people in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Norfolk, while continuing to develop, learn and grow.

How to apply

Please complete the application form and recruitment monitoring form and return via email to hr@map.uk.net. Please note, we do not accept CV’s.

If you wish to discuss the role, please call 01603 633835.

This is a rolling programme with selection and interviews being held periodically through the year.

Volunteer Youth Counsellor Role Description

MAP Application Form

Recruitment Monitoring Form

 

 

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