Jobs and volunteering
*All of our positions are subject to a DBS (Data and Barring Service) check as The Living Room works with vulnerable adults and supports children.
Vacancies – Paid Roles
No vacancies at present
Vacancies – Volunteer Roles
Multiple positions at our ‘Revival’ charity shops
We welcome help and support in our fast-paced, well supported and high turnaround retail charity stores: Adults and Children. You will be able to obtain:
- an up to date reference for job seeking
- confidence if you have been out of work for a while
- skills if you are looking for a career change
- lots of new friends in the team and with our customers
- Minimum of 4 hours to maximum 30 hours per week available
We are seeking Trustees who are willing to offer advice and support to our Board members and Executive team and contribute towards our development strategy.
Volunteer Community Fundraisers (Stevenage and St. Albans)
We are looking for volunteers who are able to offer up to 15 hours a week to help raise funds to support the charity’s mission.
The successful applicant will be required to secure funding for the Living Room by organising and supporting events and liaising with donors and Supporters of the Living Room.
Volunteer Supporters Champion (Stevenage)
We have a role for a volunteer with good communication and IT skills to help manage and communicate with our growing number of supporters, volunteers and donors. The successful candidate should be able to work with The Living Room’s fundraising team at our Stevenage office for two or three mornings or afternoons a week on a regular basis.
Volunteer Group Addiction Counsellor (Stevenage)
To assist counsellors in the provision of therapeutic care and support to clients working towards recovery from addiction.
Volunteer Receptionist (Stevenage and St. Albans)
We are looking for volunteer receptionists to work for up to three mornings or afternoons a week on a regular basis. As well as the usual responsibilities, you will need to be keen to make a positive difference to people struggling with addiction and have a welcoming and friendly manner.