Coaches, drivers, teachers and tutors - we want you!
Rochdale AFC Community Trust are holding an open evening on Tuesday 15th June, as they look to boost their pool of volunteer and casual contract staff.
The charity, who deliver programmes in sport, health, inclusion, education and employability, are on the look out for exceptional people who can complement the existing team and support the charity's growth.
“We are looking for anyone who wants to help us on our mission to make Rochdale one of the best places to live, work and play,” commented Ryan Bradley, Community Director.
“It maybe someone who wants to volunteer to coach our ladies team, or drive our College Team to fixtures on our minibus.
“There maybe a level 2 coach out there with a few hours to spare and wants to work part time on our Desmond’s Dragons and Soccer Schools.
“It could be a teacher looking to broaden their horizons, a youth worker or dance teacher who could add something different to our Kicks programme.
“I’d urge anyone with a passion to make a difference to come along and find out more about us and what we can offer,” he finished.
The open evening, which will be held at the Crown Oil Arena, will feature presentations from staff on the opportunities available as well as a short interview.
If you would like to attend, please complete the following form: https://rochdaleafccommunity.org/vacancies/.