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Volunteer opportunities... we need you!

We all want a job that’s interesting and rewarding. A job which means we actually look forward to coming to work and where we feel our efforts really do make a difference. But do jobs like that exist? 

Yes, they do when you work for a charity. Working for a local charity means you are offering your time and efforts to a known cause and can often meet the people who benefit from your contribution.

We rely on the skills and commitment of our volunteers every day, and we are extremely grateful for the time they give. Call us on 023 8120 8881 to ask about volunteering jobs within the charity.

If you wish to do work experience or volunteer within the hospital, please call the volunteers office on 023 8120 4688.

 

New Forest Show 2017

We are absolutely thrilled to have been chosen as the Charity of the Year for this year’s New Forest Show for 2017. All donations raised at the event will be going towards our regional Children’s Cancer Ward - Piam Brown. We are hoping to raise £5,000 over the course of the three days which would be incredible! Find out more about the New Forest Show here.

 

Collection tin coordinator

Help us to manage and maintain the many collection tins out and about within your local area. You can also help us to get our collection tins into local shops, gyms, pubs, etc, before you then send the money back to us.

We also need help in putting posters advertising our events up around local shops and noticeboards.

 

Volunteers

Help us to run stalls selling cakes, merchandise and gifts at the hospital or within your local community at farmers markets and village fetes. We also have several large charity events every year that we need help to put on, so please get in touch if you can spare a few hours - 023 8120 8881.

 

Cheer squad

Our runners and challengers always say how our cheer squad can help give them that vital boost to see them pass the finish line. Take a look at our events list to see if you are in the area and can cheer on any of our fundraisers.

 

Working for UHS

The NHS has over seventy career routes to choose from. Some require professional training and qualification, such as nurses, allied health professionals (AHPs) and healthcare scientists, while other opportunities exist in supporting roles, such as plumbers, porters, secretaries and catering staff. You can visit NHS Careers for details on roles and careers in the NHS.

Employing around 9000 medical and non-medical staff, the Trust is one of Southampton's largest employers.We value our staff very highly and strive to make working for the Trust a growing, learning and rewarding experience.

See all the current job opportunities at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.