Charity Hub Volunteer

We are looking for volunteers to work in our brand new charity hub at Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital.

The role will involve:

  • Promoting and selling new goods in the shop section of the hub
  • Answering questions about the Charity
  • Taking donations via cash and card machine
  • Referring staff and public to the Charity team

This role will be directly supported by a nominated member of the Charity on each shift

All our volunteer roles are supported by the East Lancashire Hospital Trust Volunteer Services.

This role is required for the following days/times:

Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Morning 9am – 12pm 9am – 12pm 9am – 12pm 9am – 12pm 9am – 12pm
Afternoon 12pm – 3pm 12pm – 3pm 12pm – 3pm 12pm – 3pm 12pm – 3pm
Late afternoon 3pm – 5.30pm 3pm – 5.30pm 3pm – 5.30pm 3pm – 5.30pm 3pm – 5.30pm

Volunteers should not: have any mobility restrictions due to the working space, moving and handling required.

Does this role require any specific training?  Training for operating the till system and charity procedures will be given on induction to role.

Organisational requirements – Volunteers will be provided with and have access to the Trust’s volunteer policy and volunteer handbook. This includes information relating to equality and diversity, health and safety, data protection and confidentiality, infection control, safeguarding, and code of conduct. Volunteers are expected to follow guidance described in these documents. Volunteers will also be expected to sign and comply with a three way volunteer agreement, an agreement bound in honour only, which describes the expectations of the volunteer, the staff member responsible for them, and volunteer services. Volunteers will be provided with a uniform consisting of a volunteer service t-shirt, this must be worn at all times while carrying out volunteering activity on behalf of the Trust.

DBS Requirements – Some volunteer roles within require Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS, formerly CRB) checks. This check is designed to assist the Trust in making safe decisions around recruiting volunteers by checking the criminal record of volunteers carrying out activity with vulnerable people or children. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant becoming a volunteer, any applicant with a criminal record should inform volunteer services, who will risk assess each case on an individual basis. There will be no cost to the volunteer for this DBS.

What level of DBS is required for this role? Standard

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Tasks:

  • Sell goods to public and staff

Required Qualities:

  • Engaging and enthusiastic with an approachable manner.
  • Passion for charitable activity and ability to operate a till system once training is given.

Training:

Everyone volunteering at the Trust must attend a volunteer induction and will be required to complete core mandatory training before carrying out any volunteering activity within the Trust and may be asked to regularly refresh training where required. All mandatory training will be provided free of charge to the volunteer. From time to time volunteers may be offered additional training opportunities related to their volunteering role, places will not be guaranteed and occasionally there may be a cost associated, this will be made clear to volunteers in advance.

Does this role require any specific training?  Training for operating the till system and charity procedures will be given on induction to role.

Required Age:

18 years +

Schedule:

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Royal Blackburn Hospital, Haslingden Rd, Blackburn BB2 3HH

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If you are interested in this opportunity please contact the Volunteer Co-ordinator for a chat, or click apply now.

Email: ELHT at Lancashire Volunteer Partnership

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