Our volunteer opportunities
Here is our list of volunteer opportunities. We are very happy to chat through any of the roles with you if you want any more detail.
Advocacy (399 KB DOC file)
Better choice, control and independence for disabled people is amazing thing to contribute to. Would you like to advocate on some-one’s behalf, so their voice is heard and their choices improved?
Citywide Connect (402 KB DOC file)
Our innovation team needs you to support their digital services, research, outreach and/or promotional activities. Why not have a look at what they need and think about what you could offer?
Disability Advice Centre (386 KB DOC file)
Working one to one with our clients and supporting them to complete disability benefit forms is a massive help at our Disability Advice Centre. Our information and advice desk is always busy, so if you think you could help us, have a look at our volunteering opportunity.
Get Involved Group (396 KB DOC file)
Our Get Involved Group is a vibrant and energetic group which supports disabled people to share their experiences with decision makers. If you would like to get involved with them, have a look at the opportunities available.
Community Employment Service - Peer Support (387 KB DOC file)
We have a trail blazing community employment service, which supports disabled people who are looking for work. If you are interested in providing peer support to people with long term physical impairments or mental health conditions, so they can build their skills and confidence, have a look at this volunteering role. You would gain experience supporting people in group and one to one settings, based in the training room or at a computer.
Community Employment Support - Office Support (387 KB DOC file)
We have a trail blazing community employment service, which supports disabled people who are looking for work. The Community Employment Service is looking for volunteers to support the team in the office with administration and communication tasks.
Office Administration (374 KB DOC file)
Are you looking for experience in a social work setting? Are you interested in quality of care, choice and control for disabled people? Do you enjoy office administration? We have administrative roles across the organisation, so why not have a look.
Payroll and administration (374 KB DOC file)
Our payroll and admin service are second to none, providing a number crunching service for our clients. If you want to get some experience in a finance setting, or enjoy office administration and have excellent attention to detail, why not have a look at these volunteering opportunities?
Reception (393 KB DOC file)
Our reception really is the front door to our services. It’s busy, and the volunteer roles involve answering the telephone, office administration and using the computers. So if you want to be our front of house, have good interpersonal skills, and want to gain experience and confidence, why not apply?
Shopmobility (391 KB DOC file)
Would you like to work in our office co-ordinating bookings and arranging the deliveries and collections? The Shopmobility could be just the ticket. Have a look through our opportunities.
Personal Assistant Recruitment Support Volunteer (401 KB DOC file)
Would you like to help people to live more independently? We are looking for a dedicated volunteer to assist our Direct Payments team in providing extra recruitment support to our clients.
Right Track Volunteer – Activity Based Role (390 KB DOC file)
The Right Track Programme is a personalised approach to increasing levels of physical activity amongst people with MSK conditions by helping people to help themselves. It links people with MSK conditions, and their carers, into support in the community. The aim of the project is to learn about the needs and opportunities of people experiencing these conditions, and supports people to access, increase and maintain physical activity. It focusses on both early intervention and prevention.
Right Track Volunteer - Administrative Role (391 KB DOC file)
The Right Track Programme is a personalised approach to increasing levels of physical activity amongst people with MSK conditions by helping people to help themselves. It links people with MSK conditions, and their carers, into support in the community. The aim of the project is to learn about the needs and opportunities of people experiencing these conditions, and supports people to access, increase and maintain physical activity. It focuses on both early intervention and prevention.
Volunteer Press Officer (397 KB DOC file)
The Communications Officer is looking for support to raise the media profile of this a dynamic organisation. In particular, to raise our profile with local & regional media, and if appropriate, consumer and trade press.