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Community Coordinator


Working with TimeGivers offers a fun and active opportunity to acquire new skills and gain experience while making a positive impact on children's lives.

Being part of our team allows you to contribute your time to any of our diverse projects. Throughout the year, we organise several school trips, after-school giving-back clubs, and family events, all aimed at connecting children with their wider community.

Our activities focus on three key areas: the environment, crisis relief, and addressing social isolation. Examples of these activities include bulb planting, garden regeneration, cooking clubs, arts and crafts clubs, litter picks, and engaging with residents at care homes through singing or games.

Our events require trained TimeGivers staff to facilitate them and ensure that they are fun, and safe leaving everyone involved feeling happy about their experience. As an events coordinator, this will be your responsibility. You will undergo in-depth training and a DBS check to run a number of events yourself. With such a broad range of activities to choose from, we are also keen to explore any specific skills you may possess to create tailored events.

Another facet of this role is in exploring new partnerships with organisations in designated areas. This would involve researching charities near our schools, making an initial connection with them and vetting the location to ensure it's a good fit for our charity.


This role provides a genuine opportunity to make a meaningful difference.

What are the benefits?

  • A DBS check

  • A London-based salary

  • Professional training in safeguarding, leadership health and safety followed by at-home training materials

  • Opportunity to grow within the team in your area of interest

  • Enhancement of your leadership skills

  • Development of existing skills and acquisition of new ones

  • Networking and connection with like-minded people

  • Opportunity to propose and implement new event ideas

  • The chance to make a meaningful impact on a child's life


  • The role is part-time requiring a minimum of 16 hours per week

  • Taking the lead role in facilitating TimeGivers events with schools and families 

  • Research new opportunities and volunteering activities in designated areas

  • Visit new places and help formulate lasting partnerships with other organisations

  • Conduct administrative work before and after the event

  • Follow-up with impact and feedback from schools, families and partners


Applicants aged 18 and above are welcome to apply for this role. As you will be working directly with children, a DBS check will be required if you still need to possess one. You must also have a right to work in the UK.

Preferred skills:

  • Willingness to take on a leadership role

  • Some prior experience working with children

  • Imaginative and creative

  • Valid driving licence

  • Team-player

  • Adaptable 


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