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Latest Volunteer Vacancies

You can gain so much when you volunteer with us. Not only will you be doing something really worthwhile, you will also meet new people and gain valuable experience. Our volunteers are key to supporting the delivery of high quality care and offer an added dimension to the services we provide.

“I find having a volunteer in the workplace is vital as it supports clients, work colleagues and carers.  I hope our volunteers enjoy all aspects of volunteering.” - ²gether staff member.

“I feel it is most worthwhile to support the Trust, to support the people involved, however they are involved.” ²gether volunteer.

Volunteer Driver

Where: Across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire - locations to suit.

Commitment: As and when needed for a minimum of six months.

Closing date for applications: Ongoing

Key elements of volunteer role:

  • Provide transport for 2gether NHS Foundation Trust service users to access trust services and appointments. This involves collecting service users from their home and transporting them to and from appointments.
  • Provide service users with reassurance and engage in conversation where appropriate. 

Volunteer drivers provide an invaluable service to the community for service users with a need for transport and who would otherwise be unable to get to their appointments. Therefore, their contribution is greatly valued by the Trust and our service users. 

Download the full role description here.

If you are interested in the above volunteer roles and would like to apply please download and complete the volunteer application form on the right of this page. You can email it to 2gnft.socialinclusion@nhs.net or post to The Social Inclusion Team, 18 Denmark Road, Gloucester, GL1 3HZ.

²gether volunteers are required to undertake all mandatory training. These training requirements are listed in the volunteer role description. 

Volunteers are important to us and we therefore want to make sure we select the right person for the volunteer role and ensure that the role meets the volunteer’s expectations.

This means that there will be a selection and screening process. If your application is successful then you will be invited to take part in an informal telephone interview.

If your telephone interview is successful you will be invited to a face to face informal interview with the recruiting manager.

All volunteer roles are subject to references and the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Please note that the Trust reserves the right to close a vacancy when sufficient applications have been received.

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