Volunteering opportunities

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IRMO employs more than 70 volunteers per year who do everything from English teaching to running adults workshops and activities for children. Thanks to our volunteers, IRMO is able to support thousands of people from our community every year. We could not do it without their help.

We are always on the lookout for positive, energetic people that are willing to donate their time and skills to IRMO. Please check out our current volunteer opportunities.

Community Health & Wellbeing Ambassador

As part of IRMO’s Health and Wellbeing team, you will support members of the Latin American community and other Spanish and Portuguese speakers to access health and wellbeing services in South London.

Your responsibilities will include providing community members with information about health and wellbeing related topics; supporting people to access healthcare; supporting those experiencing access barriers; and supporting outreach activities aimed at engaging marginalised members of the community.

IRMO’s Health and Wellbeing work is delivered in partnership with different organisations, including Age UK and the Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS).

This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to better understand the challenges faced by the Latin American community in London; use their language skills in a positive and impactful way; and develop valuable customer service skills in a multicultural, fast-paced organisation.

See the full role description and how to apply here.

Bilingual Receptionist & Community Interpreter

As a Bilingual Receptionist and Community Interpreter, you will integrate our Welcome Area team and be a vital point of contact for our community of Latin American users, working across two main areas.

As a Bilingual Receptionist, you’ll play a key role in our day-to-day operations, ensuring that our users’ needs are addressed by providing information on and promoting our different services, projects and activities, as well as referring and signposting users to external services.

As a Community Interpreter, you will help users overcome the language barrier to access the essential services they need in order to build a more independent and integrated life in the UK.

This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to better understand the challenges faced by the Latin American community in London; use their language skills in a positive and impactful way; and develop valuable administrative and customer service skills in a multicultural, fast-paced organisation.

See the full role description and how to apply here.

ROLES FOR SOUTHWARK RESIDENTS

If the role you are interested in is not currently available and you would still like to apply to become a volunteer, please fill in this form to be considered once the role becomes available.

For more information, please contact us at volunteer@irmo.org.uk

Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organization