We are always keen to hear from anyone interested in working or volunteering with GASP.
Volunteering for GASP is a great way to share your experience and knowledge for the benefit of young people. Volunteering can not only be personally rewarding but can also have an impact and make a difference for the young people who attend our sessions, helping guide them into making their future choices and decisions.
Below is the job description for our volunteer mechanic instructor and current voluntary vacancies we have:
The Session Volunteers support the Session Leader in the delivery of basic mechanics/engineering workshops, working with and directly supporting individual or small groups of young people.
Joining GASP as a Trustee gives you the chance to make a positive impact on the lives of young people. The important role of Treasurer provides insights and guidance to our board in relation to the charity’s finances and ensures there is appropriate oversight and scrutiny. Additionally, as a Trustee, the Treasurer plays a role in setting the direction of the charity and ensuring performance targets are met.
We do not have any current paid vacancies