We have a number of opportunities for volunteers to provide services in the hospital as well as working behind the scenes of the charity.
An overview of current services is included in this Application Pack which can be downloaded and completed using MS Word. In order to start filling in the form you should click on the "enable editing" button that may be displayed under the MS Word command menu ribbon.
Our recruitment process requires us to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. This is required for volunteers working in the hospital or as a trustee of the Charity.
- Your completed Application form and Occupational Health check form
- Scanned copies of the relevant 3 or 5 identity documents as specified in the application pack
- A head and shoulder photo of yourself so that we can prepare an ID badge for you
What happens next?
On receipt of your application, we will take up your references and contact you to discuss next steps which will include booking you onto an Induction training session and conducting a risk assessment for your protection.
The services we offer and the current vacancies will be discussed at the Induction Sessions.
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Karen Tomlinson, Kristine Davies or Willy Goldschmidt.
Contact details and roles
Karen Tomlinson, Senior Administration Officer, The Hospital of St Cross
Karen works with the UHCW Volunteers office - on the administration of applications and books new volunteers onto Induction sessions
Head of Voluntary Services, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
Chairman, The Friends of St Cross