This is where you'll find opportunities to work with us and we're always delighted to hear from enthusiastic volunteers!
Work With Us
Freelance School Gardener
School Food Matters is looking for a freelance school gardener to work across three of our food education programmes in both primary and secondary school settings. The successful applicant will be delivering food-growing workshops to children and their teachers and visiting schools to check on progress to ensure a bumper crop.
The work will take place in schools across London from March-June 2018. Deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 3 January 2018 and interviews will take place at our offices on Thursday 18 January 2018.
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Volunteering at School Food Matters
School Food Matters relies on the work of volunteers. The contribution of volunteers is always valuable to our small charity and work can include administrative tasks, research or support with our project work. Previous volunteers have researched and written content for our website, set up office systems, helped to develop our social networking skills, raised awareness of SFM at local farmers markets, supported us at events and during our project work.
We can offer limited expenses, if working five or more hours per day, up to a maximum of £10 for travel and £5 for food on production of receipts.
School Food Matters is only able to work with volunteers who are entitled to work in the UK and cannot assist with work permits or immigration issues. You will be asked to complete a Volunteer's Questionnaire and supply references.
Positions are generally based at our offices in SW London.
If you are interested in volunteering please read our Charity Charter and email a CV with a brief indication of the areas of work you are interested in, and the amount of time you can commit to School Food Matters. Thank you!
Note: School Food Matters is committed to employing the best staff for a given post and ensuring that all staff are recruited on merit. We will endeavour to make new opportunities available to a wide variety of eligible candidates to promote diversity and equality of opportunity.