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Case Study Volunteer – National

The National Case Study Volunteer will help to capture and record the meaningful work accomplished through out Mentoring Programme.

Depaul UK offers people the opportunity to fulfill their potential and move towards an independent and positive future.

Project description:

Volunteering is a team within Depaul which focuses on supporting volunteers in working with clients. There are many different roles for volunteers in this team and have access to a wide range of training and development opportunities.

Aim of the volunteer role:

This volunteer will be working with staff and volunteers on the volunteering nationally to gather case studies from young people, volunteers and staff members. This volunteer will be working remotely contacting young people, staff and other volunteers by phone call with the occasional video call. This volunteer will be completing their volunteering nationally.

Main Tasks:
  • To call young people, staff and other volunteers to collect feedback case studies
  • To develop case study templates
  • To type up case studies onto a word document, this may include taking sentences from a template and putting it into a paragraph format without changing what the person has said
  • To collect case studies from different scenarios and come up with new ideas such as a case study for a matching meeting, another for a cooking session etc.
  • To create a bank of case studies in different formats to showcase mentor and mentee experiences
  • To tell powerful stories that show how mentees have reached their goals
  • To work with other volunteers in similar roles
  • To attend Induction, support sessions and forums
  • To adhere to the terms of Depaul UK’s policies
Necessary skills, attitudes and knowledge:

Eg. Good communication skills, a non-judgmental approach, confidence with communicating via phone calls, knowledge of using IT such as Microsoft word and outlook emails as well as commitment to the work of Depaul UK.

Support and supervision:

The volunteer will be line managed by Emma Mohan.

Induction and training:

All volunteers with receive a Volunteer induction and an induction to specific roles and projects. Volunteers will be given access to learning and development opportunities in line with their role.


A maximum of 4 hours per week.

If you have not been an active in your volunteering for 3 months we will contact you to see if you wish to continue and if you have not been active for 6 months your volunteering role will be ended.  You could then re-apply for any volunteering at Depaul again going through the full volunteer recruitment process.

Benefits to the Volunteer:
  • Travel expenses to and from the project, travel between projects, and all genuine out-of-pocket expenses, are reimbursed.
  • While volunteering at the project, volunteers have full liability insurance cover.
  • There are appreciation events to recognise the important contribution that volunteers makes
  • Personal & professional development through training, support and ongoing evaluation
  • Depaul can provide a reference after 6 months active continuous volunteering
  • Contribute to a project that really does make a difference to the lives of young people.

Depaul UK aims to promote equality of opportunity for all with the right mix of talent, skills and potential. Depaul UK welcomes applications from diverse candidates. Criminal records will be taken into account for requirement purposes only when the conviction is relevant.

As Depaul UK meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) by SI 2013 1198’.  All applicants who are offered volunteering may be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure & Barring Service before the appointment is confirmed.

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Location Home-based Salary Voluntary Hours Part Time
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