The Royal Air Forces Association (or RAF Association), is a member-led welfare charity that provides welfare support to the RAF family.
We are looking for caring people to join our team of trained volunteers.
A Caseworker aged 18+ is someone who carries out welfare work for the RAF Association. Welfare work is about making a visit and listening to an individual and assessing their needs to find out how the Association can provide help and support to them.
Support can include anything from helping put a client with a recent disability in touch with social services, in order for them to put in an application for a downstairs wet room, for example, to anything as simple as putting in an application to the RAF Association for funding for a new kettle, for a client who cannot afford to replace their broken one.
It could also be informing clients of the Wings breaks the RAF Association offers, in one of its three Wings break hotels. Caseworkers work with ‘clients’ in the RAF family.
The minimum weekly time commitment required is 2 hours, negotiable with the organisation.
Full training is provided and travel expenses are reimbursed.
An informal discussion, references and a disclosure and barring check will be required. Ref 74
If you are interested in this opportunity please contact us using the form below and quote the reference number.