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Froglife - Volunteers Assistant



Details of the Charity:

Froglife is a national wildlife conservation charity concerned with the conservation of the UK’s amphibian and reptile species and their associated habitats. 

The London T.O.A.D. Project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to work across London boroughs to raise awareness of the plight of the Common Toad, a species which has declined by 68% in the last 30 years. Through public engagement, education and habitat work our small team has reached thousands of people already, spreading a passion for these often misunderstood creatures and providing practical tips on how to help them locally and nationally.

Details of the Volunteering Opportunity:

Regular volunteering opportunities:

- One day a week in the office at Spitalfields City Farm: Essential administration tasks including logging feedback, filing images, website updates, social media posts (Twitter/Facebook/Instagram) and specific tasks dictated by upcoming events. By helping in this capacity you will be making a significant contribution to our small London team. Please state specific skills you would like to use e.g. graphic design, copywriting. Please note, cats live in the office so this role is not suitable for allergy sufferers.

Adhoc volunteering opportunities:

-  Weekend (and occasional weekday) public engagement assistance – help us spread the word about toads and facilitate our virtual reality experience at local events across London boroughs.

-  School’s educational workshops assistance – help facilitate our schools workshops, pond dipping sessions or nature walks.

Skills Required:

Administration assistant: Use of Office Programs, organised and accurate data input, ability to understand new tasks quickly, desire to learn and improve, and an enthusiasm for conservation.

Public engagement: Understanding of conservation in the UK and willingness to talk enthusiastically to members of the public (adults and children) without direct supervision.

Education: Interest in connecting children with their local wildlife.

Additional Benefits:

  • Hours volunteered will be recorded on your HEAR – which goes on your permanent university record
  • All hours contribute towards your Brunel Volunteers Award, which leads to an invitation to the Brunel Volunteers Awards Ceremon
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