Work With Us
We are always looking for people who believe in our vision and values to help us take forward our work with children, families and schools. Our strategic objectives centre around raising awareness of children with high learning potential and their needs, improving the quality and provision of their support, building community and empowering young people. All the work we do fits into these objectives and we need people who empathise with our vision and values to help us achieve them. If you have any questions, please contact us on email@example.com or 01908 646433.
Potential Plus UK Proofreader (Home-Based Casual Worker)
Closing Date: Thank you for your interest. Please note that we have closed to applications early due to the large number of applications
Potential Plus UK is seeking a part-time Proofreader for our Assessment Service to help us to meet the needs of the families we support.
Proofreaders are home-based, working primarily on psychometric and educational assessment reports on a casual worker basis and are paid per assignment they undertake.
Please read the role description and if you feel that you have the expertise and enthusiasm to join our team, please submit an application along with the Proofreading Short Task to the Assessment Services Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be submitted on the Proofreader Application Form. CVs will not be accepted.
- Proofreader job description – pdf
- Proofreader assignment schedule – pdf
- Proofreader application form – Word
- Proofreading task – Word
Please return the application form, together with the Proofreading Short Task, to email@example.com with Proofreader Vacancy in the subject box. Or post to Potential Plus UK, The Open University, Vaughan Harley Building – Ground Floor, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA
The deadline for applications has now closed. However, please note that we may close recruitment early if sufficient strong applications are received before this deadline.
Volunteers are an important and integral part of our charity and many services could not be delivered, locally or nationally, without a committed and active volunteer base. We provide opportunities for many different types of volunteering experience from supporting a local club, to working with children at one of our national events, to sitting on our Board of Trustees.
Web Chat & Enquiry Call Volunteer (Home-Based)
We are seeking volunteers to support parents and carers via our online web chat & initial phone call service. This involves taking enquiries from parents and carers via the web chat and/or over our online phone system about high learning potential children and providing information and signposting. We ask volunteers to commit to a slot of up to three hours (morning, afternoon or evening) on a weekly basis during term time.
Full training will be provided for the role. Training will consist of several online modules and, where possible, a face-to-face training session which is held on an annual basis.
If you would like further information about what is involved in this volunteer role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Volunteer in the subject box to arrange an informal chat with the Advice Service Manager.
Our national weekend events would simply not be possible without the support of volunteers registering families, helping in the children’s activities, serving refreshments, assisting with parking and a multitude of other tasks. Check our Events Diary for forthcoming national events and email the Events Coordinator on email@example.com to ask for more information.
Board of Trustees
As a charity we have a Board of Trustees that oversees the work of the organisation. They currently meet online 6 times each year and for the Annual General Meeting which is now also held online in October/November. If are a member of Potential Plus UK or have a specific skill to offer, please email our Chair of Trustees at firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information and an informal chat.