HR Support

What You'll Do: 

Bubble Club would like a Skilled Volunteer to help them improve their employment framework and contracts. This would include helping to define their employee structure and staff roles, providing advice on legal requirements, and producing contract templates for future use. This will help Bubble Club better manage their small team, allowing them to deliver projects more effectively and comfortably.


Link UP London links Skilled Volunteers with Social Good Organisations (SGOs) across London. All Link UP London Skilled Volunteering Projects are designed to work around the schedule of the Skilled Volunteer. The time commitment above will be agreed and spread over a time frame that works for both the Skilled Volunteer and the SGO they are supporting.

Why You'll Love It: 

This project will allow you to help build the long-term capacity of the organisation. By having confidence in their HR resources and roles, the organisation will be able to work more efficiently and support more people. 


Bubble Club is a learning disability arts programme based in Bethnal Green. They run creative workshops, podcast sessions and radio shows. Most importantly, they host live music club nights which are safe and accessible for all people (including people without disabilities).

What You'll Learn: 

- London's Vibrant Voluntary & Community Sector

- Leadership skills

- Communication skills

- Strategy skills

- HR skills

What We're Looking For: 

We are looking for a volunteer that has experience with employee contracts and organisational structure.


How to get involved?

1. Sign up at

2. We'll be in touch to discuss the project over the phone.

3. Get introduced to the charity!

Mental Health
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
United Kingdom
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Strategic Planning
Project Management
Skills you should possess: 
Human Resource Management
Relevant interests: 
Charity / Nonprofit

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