|Pays||Type de chantier||Début||Fin||Code|
|Grande Bretagne, Pays de Galle||Environnement||28.08.2012||20.10.2012||UNAS10-MTV|
Volunteers will support and manage three International Volunteer Projects (IVPs or workcamps) in rural Carmarthenshire.
Each IVP will involve about 12 volunteers who will work together on a project over a 2 week period. The MTV (Medium Term Volunteer) group will lead these projects.
The projects focus on environmental work which improves access to the countryside. Work could include footpath maintenance, constructing stiles and fences and general maintenance work. Volunteers work from 9-5, Monday to Friday.
Volunteers are also involved in international exchange and global learning work with local communities. MTVs are responsible for making links with the local community during the projects.
The MTVs are responsible for arranging the domestic side of the project, for driving, for motivating volunteers and for managing the project budget.
MTVs will receive on-arrival training and will be supported by UNA Exchange staff throughout the project.
Volunteers will be stay in Glanaman Youth Resource Centre.
The Centre has dormitories, showers and washing machines.
MTVs will have separate rooms from the volunteers but will share with other MTVs.
The project budget will cover food expenses.
MTVs will receive £35 per week for personal expenses
Training and support will be provided by UNA Exchange and Carmarthenshire County
Volunteers must be 21 years old or over, have some previous voluntary experience, have good spoken English, be able to lead and motivate others, enjoy outdoor physical work, be happy to live in a small village, be energetic, flexible and have lots of initiative! A Certificate of Good Conduct is also required. It is desirable for volunteers to have a driving licence valid to drive manual vehicles in the UK.
There is a special application form for this project and applicants will be interviewed by telephone or Skype. Email email@example.com for an application pack.
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