We are currently recruiting volunteers for roles in these areas. Please read the role description carefully to ensure you have the skills required and you are available to volunteer on the days and at the times required by the department.
If you wish to apply, fill out an application form (Word 124Kb) and email it to email@example.com. If you are applying for more than one role, put them in order of preference on the form.
For more information, go to the how to apply section.
Complementary therapists for Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup, Cancer Centre
We are looking for complementary therapists (Word 173Kb) to deliver touch-based therapies in areas such as massage, aromatherapy or reflexology, who can volunteer for at least three hours a week, Monday to Friday for a minimum of 12 months. You will be trained and supervised by the therapies coordinator and lead. You will need to have a minimum of two-year post qualification experience, be registered with the CNHC or FHT and hold a personal and professional indemnity insurance and first aid certificate. This role is based at our Cancer Centre, Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.
If you have any further enquiries about the role before applying, please contact Camilla Weijburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emma Tyrer at email@example.com or phone 020 7188 5918.
Evelina London Children's Hospital
- Children’s Pharmacy (Word 144Kb) – volunteers will greet patients, receive their prescriptions and support the dispensary team with admin duties. The role would suit people looking to study pharmacy or a related career. You will need to be available 10am to 2pm, ideally two days a week either on a Monday, Tuesday or Friday.
Endoscopy unit (Word 127Kb) – a volunteer is needed to meet and greet patients, provide refreshments, help complete patient questionnaires, and assist the team with admin duties. You will need to be available for at least one four-hour session between the hours of 10am to 4pm (normally 10am-1pm or 1-4pm), Monday to Friday (day can be flexible).
Do you want to volunteer as a mystery shopper at Guy's and St Thomas'?
The Guy's and St Thomas' mystery shopping programme currently focuses on trying to understand patients’ first contact with the Trust. They look at how staff in reception, waiting areas and large public corridors communicate with and help our patients and visitors. Shoppers are trained and undertake shops on a voluntary basis.