VOLUNTEER WITH US

“Volunteers don't get paid, not because they're worthless, but because they're priceless.”

- Sherry Anderson

NSF (UK) needs you!

Are you thinking about the great skills you have, that you can put to good use to help others? After all, the best gift you can give is your time. Whatever your age or skills, however much time you can give, we’ve got a volunteer role for you. Use your skills and join a great team whose values match your own. Your skills will be invaluable to us and help us take big steps in our journey to improve our community.

CURRENT VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

1. Non-Executive Director Role x1. (LIVE)

 

Are you interested in becoming a Non-Executive Director (NED) with a well-established brand?

We are looking for one Non-Executive Director to join our Board at an incredibly exciting time for us.

The NSF(UK) is a not-for-profit, well-established brand, a  London 2012 Olympic legacy, with 10 years track record of delivering successfully in various areas. We are 100% grassroots volunteer-led with a culture of giving back to a diaspora community in the UK and the education sector, back in Africa.

This is an outstanding opportunity for an individual who wants to bring their experience and passion and can be committed to our values.

Please read the Information Pack that is downloadable from our website.

To apply please send a CV and a personal statement to Titi, by 5 pm on Friday 4th November 2022.

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                                                           For more information:

Download details:                      Role specification & Advert

Email: Titi Sodade                       board@nsf.community

2. Relationship Liaison Officers. (LIVE)

NSF (UK) is seeking to appoint individuals to our Relationship Liaison officers Team whose skills, perspectives and experience will enrich the organisation, and its decision-making and support the delivery of a specified objective.

         What skills, experience & qualities do you need?

  • Capable of conveying accurate information.

  • Self-motivated and able to work under their own initiative.

  • A calm and professional manner.

  • Good listening skills and the ability to demonstrate empathy and understanding.

  • A calm and professional manner.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • The Relationship Liaison officers should have up-to-date knowledge of NSF (UK). related activities and attend Member's Monthly Meetings regularly.

         What impact will this role have?

         You will be supporting our committed local volunteer-led community group.

                                                                           For more information:

         Download details:                             Role specification & Advert

         Email: Head of Administration:       lara.bamgbelu@nsf.community