Paid positions

Housing Caseworker
Deadline: 12 noon Monday 15 July 

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Housing Solicitor
Deadline: rolling until appoint 

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Volunteering opportunities

Counselling Service Volunteers

Our BACP accredited counselling service is looking for volunteers to provide free and low cost counselling to the local community.  We are committed to supporting the development of counsellors and provide comprehensive support via induction, supervision, training and managerial and administrative support.  

Criteria for application:

  • You have completed the first year of a BACP / UKCP Accredited Person-Centred, Integrative or Psychodynamic Diploma or Masters degree
  • You have already completed 50 counselling placement hours. Our clients have a wide range of presenting issues and some have very complex needs and therefore our placement is unsuitable for someone at the very start of their counselling journey.
  • You would be able to work with 3 clients per week and attend fortnightly supervision
  • You intend to commit for a minimum of 2 years.

If you meet the criteria above then please contact / 020 8670 2775 to request an application form or for more information.


Bereavement Help Point Volunteers

Bereavement Help Points are places where you can go following a bereavement, to speak to others who are facing loss and share experiences.

We are looking for volunteers who will help provide a Bereavement Help Point each week, to listen and talk to others, and help them understand the feelings they are having and they are not alone. Volunteers are not expected to be professionals or counsellors, but people who have experience of loss and bereavement, and are comfortable talking about it with others.

We are working in collaboration with St Christopher's Hospice who already offer a number of Help Points across South London, and who will bring their expertise to this new bereavement Help Point.

This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to support others in their community and to develop your own skills in supporting others, training and ongoing support will be provided.

You will need to commit to delivering a weekly group for at least 6 months. The group will be based in West Norwood and will meet in person, during office hours.

To find out more contact us: 020 8670 2775 


Volunteer Befrienders

Become one of our local Community Befrienders as part of our Wellbeing Project

  • Meet up with someone in the local community who is feeling lonely or isolated once a week for a couple of hours 
  • Spend some time with the person to get to know each other while going for a walk or visiting a cafe   
  • Listen, chat and share stories. You could even try a new activity together.

This is a great opportunity to meet new people and learn from each other by sharing experiences.

Training and ongoing support provided .

To find out more contact us: 020 8670 2775 


Counselling Service Admin Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer who has an interest in Counselling and who would like to learn more about how a Community Counselling Service works. You will doing general administrative work and taking client enquiries. Ideally you will have some knowledge and experience of aspects of this type of work in a paid or voluntary capacity, and be able to commit to at least 6 months.

Training and ongoing support provided.

For further details email

Advice Centre Admin & Reception Volunteer

General administrative and reception help. Need to have some knowledge and experience of aspects of this type of work in a paid or voluntary capacity and a commitment to at least 6 months desirable.

For further details email