October 25, 2011
Volunteers are sought to help with reception and hospitality duties at the Meeting House, the new Chaplaincy Centre on the Treforest Campus.
The Meeting House is the Chaplaincy’s new base on the Treforest Campus, on the north side of the campus just uphill from the Ferndale Building and the Brook Street gate. At the Meeting House, we offer the Welsh tradition of warmth, hospitality and welcome to the whole University community – and a vital part of that welcome is the role of Lay Volunteers.
Volunteers are needed on weekday mornings, afternoons and evenings to enable the Meeting House to offer welcome and hospitality to the individuals and groups who visit. Time spent volunteering at the Meeting House can be a valuable asset to show future employers when you come to seek a permanent position. If you want to know more, or download an application pack, find the full details on the Glam Edge website
Chaplaincy at the University of Glamorgan is a partnership between the churches and the University. It is an open and inclusive service to all staff and students irrespective of religion.