The Guildford CAP Job Club is seeking a new manager. Do you know anyone who has a heart for the poor and who could spare 6-8 hours per week to run the Job Club? No previous experience is required and training would be provided. The role is voluntary, but all expenses will be paid. The Job Club has been running for just under a year so the set-up work has already been done and volunteers are in place to help run the courses.
The deadline for application is Tuesday 16th January.
For more details please contact:
Centre Manager — Guildford Christians Against Poverty
07435 972 750
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