Volunteers are incredibly generous with their time and help us to provide the best patient care. We are very grateful for their time and energy and thank all those who support us in this way.
What does volunteering involve?
Volunteering opportunities can including things like assisting visitors at our main entrance desk, helping in the QVH Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre, supporting our Health Records staff and offering administrative support.
All volunteers must be over the age of 16. You would need to be able to work on your own as well as with members of staff. A friendly yet professional approach, good communication skills and the ability to work effectively with all types of people are essential. Computer skills may be required for some roles. Please contact us email@example.com to discuss our latest available volunteer vacancies.
Most volunteers give between two and four hours of their time each week. However, roles vary and we do our best to make sure they fit around our volunteers’ other personal commitments.
How do I become a volunteer?
If you wish to register your interest in becoming a volunteer, please complete an application form. Please indicate what type of volunteer work you are interested in. Once we are ready to process the application, we will send you all the required recruitment paperwork and ask you to complete a health questionnaire. We will then ask you to arrange a short interview. Please note that some roles require a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service. This process can take a few weeks to complete before you can start your voluntary duties.
Completed application forms may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to the FREEPOST address below:
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Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Our Keeping Abreast charity support group is looking for volunteers and models for our ‘show & tell’ support sessions.