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Cambridge United Community Trust

Cambridge United Community Trust logo

Volunteers will be working with schools delivering extra-curricular clubs as well as PE lessons. The organisation also runs football projects for children to get involved in which run most evenings in and around Cambridge.

Community Trust Admin Support

This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

This role is to assist Dan Kerrigan (Community Trust Manager) and helping with different admin jobs, such as creating registers, updating spreadsheets and logging information related to the Cambridge United Youth and Community Trust coaching scheme. This opportunity could also be tied in with Community Coach role, if the volunteer was looking for a mix of both.

What skills do I need?

All they ask is that volunteers are keen to learn and are helpful. Experience with Microsoft Excel and Word is handy but no qualifications are required.

What will I gain?

Cambridge United Community Trust look for loyalty in their coaches and volunteers which can be rewarded through tickets to Cambridge United first team games, putting coaches through coaching qualifications and possible paid roles within the club in the future.

Training and support

• Full training will be provided.

Time commitment

• This role is flexible and time commitment can be negotiated upon application.

Travel Expenses


DBS (criminal records) check

A DBS (criminal record) check is not required for this role.

Volunteer reference

This opportunity will provide you with a Volunteer Reference.


Various locations.
  • Your CampusCambridge
  • InterestsAdmin, Sport and Recreation
  • FrequencyOn-Going

Employability skills

  • Application of IT 0
  • Communication and Literacy 0
  • Problem-solving 0
  • Project Management 0
  • Self-Management 0
  • Social Responsibility 0
  • Team Work 0