Do you Need Work Experience or Wish to Expand your CV?
Why not put theory into practice and apply for a valuable volunteer position at The Richmond Borough Chamber of Commerce – current vacancies are as follows:-
- Digital social marketing
- Event management
- Business administration and customer service x 2
- Sales – developing new members
The office is in Central Twickenham on major bus routes and 5 minutes’ walk from Twickenham Train Station. Part time or full time positions available.
- a commitment to office guide-lines is required;
- there is no disabled access;
- and no assistance with travel expenses
Please apply by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and attach your CV with email addresses of 2 references
Anne Newton CEO
Richmond Borough Chamber of Commerce
1-3 Richmond Road,
020 8891 7457
We will respond to all enquiries.
Testimonials from Volunteers at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce
“Working as an intern on events at the Chamber gave me a great opportunity to develop my organisational skills and I feel that I have come a long way since I first started. The Chamber was a fantastic place to work and the events showed me what an asset the Chamber is to the borough; particularly in bringing local businesses and charities together. I have thoroughly enjoyed and appreciate the time I have spent at the Chamber and would definitely come back.” – Daniel Moodliar, University Student
“Volunteering at the Chamber of Commerce gave me a great opportunity to update my office skills and gain experience of the latest technology. Assisting with the Chamber events developed my organisational skills and brought me into contact with a wide cross-section of business people and community representatives from across the Borough.” – A ‘Back to Work’ Volunteer
“Excellent opportunity – I learnt huge amounts from how to be professional in an office environment including how to use computer technologies to engaging with business professionals across a range of sectors. I would definitely recommend this opportunity to students, as it will make you far more employable.” – Edivaldo Reis, Lisbon, St Mary’s University