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Volunteering opportunities

Oxford Health has over 160 volunteers across the Trust supporting patients, teams and projects.  To join this team of amazing people, please review the current volunteering opportunities below:

Carer support volunteer – Witney Community Hospital

We are looking for volunteers to be part of a new programme to support, engage and advocate for carers.  This exciting new opportunity will see volunteers join a caring and compassionate team at the hospital and, as the first volunteers in this role, will help shape the role for roll out to other locations.

Volunteers will support family, friends and carers of our patients during the visiting hours (2pm-4.30pm and 6pm-8pm) by offering a friendly conversation and listening to them, sharing information on the services and support that may be available to them in their caring role and act as the carers voice by sharing feedback, needs and expectations with the team.

For an informal chat, please call Di Hilson, Carers Lead on 07775816646 or email  diane.hilson@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk.

Administration volunteer – Children and Adolescent Mental Health Team, Salisbury

We are looking for a volunteer to support the administration team for our CAMHS team in Salisbury.  The role will be office based and provide support to an existing team who support young people across this area.  The hours and times are flexible depending on the needs of the volunteer and can be agreed at the time of applying.

Gardening volunteers – multiple locations across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire

We are looking for keen gardeners who are able to support the development and growth of ward and department garden spaces.  These spaces are often used for therapeutic activities and planting, cultivating and developing the areas available is a rewarding part of supporting patients, their families and the staff at each site.  Volunteers will need to be relatively independent in their tasks and able to undertake manual activities outside.

New roles are being developed regularly and will be posted here when available.

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