We are looking for volunteers who are passionate about vinyl records and would enjoy sorting, researching and listing our donated items for sale online. We will give you all the tools and training required to help you get the best out of the online resources to ensure we maximise value for the hospice.
Volunteering is a wonderful way to boost your self confidence, learn new skills and meet new people as well as the many documented health benefits you gain through volunteering.
If you think this role might be for you please get in touch. We can arrange an informal chat and taster session so you get to meet some of the team, gain a better understanding of what the role entails and to ensure you feel comfortable in the environment.
Our retail volunteers provide vital support to the Retail Team, helping to raise much needed funds, which is as important now as it's ever been. We want the hospice to continue offering outstanding care & support to patients with life limited illnesses, and their ones. We can only do this by the continued support of the community through their donations and our wonderful team volunteers who help us utilise every available platform to sell those donations.
We have a variety of shifts available, depending upon your suitability and preference for the tasks to be undertaken. We can often be quite flexible with start and finish times so please contact the Volunteer Office for more details. Currently, all shifts will be between Monday – Friday and between the hours of 9am and 4pm.
You don't need any previous experience to volunteer with us, we will provide free training, all we ask is a willingness to work as part of a team, a good sense of humour and bundles of enthusiasm. Although a genuine passion for vinyl records would ideal. Turn your passion into something that will make a real difference to someone in your community.
Make time, make friends and make a difference.
To apply, please download our application form below and return your completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mark your application "Private and Confidential" and send to: Volunteering Department, North Devon Hospice, Deer Park, Newport, Barnstaple, EX32 0HU
For an informal chat please contact Sue in our Volunteering Office on 01271 347226 or email email@example.com
It is important that the people who work for and with us, or access any of our services, can be themselves and are valued as unique individuals. We welcome applications from all sections of the communities we serve, reflecting the uniqueness of each person, with the aim of continually improving our services.
We are a forces-friendly organisation and welcome applications from Veterans and Service spouses and partners.
GDPR Volunteer Recruitment Statement
By submitting this application form to North Devon Hospice you are consenting to the processing and storage of your personal data in order that you can progress through our volunteer recruitment process.
If your application is unsuccessful we will retain your information for 12 months; after this date it will be safely destroyed.
If your application is successful we will retain your information for the duration of your commitment and up to 6 years after you cease volunteering.
We will never sell your data however we are obliged by law to inform you that should we be required to we may share your data with external agencies. This may include but is not limited to Acevo / UCheck (a service for managing and processing Disclosure & Barring Service clearance applications) and other government agencies. We will also, as required, contact those individuals named as your referees to confirm your suitability for the role(s) you are applying for. Your data will only be used for your volunteering role and to comply with our statutory and legal obligations.
Please refer to North Devon Hospice’s Privacy Notice for Staff and Volunteers for more information.