Nottingham University Hospitals are now recruiting volunteers for only our Ward Meal Time Assistance roles at this time.
The Trust have set out a strict set of mitigations that all new potential volunteers must adhere to in order to join us as a volunteer. Please see below for the mitigations:
- Volunteers are able to wear the surgical face mask
- They could lateral flow test on the day prior to coming into the trust
- Flu jab two weeks before starting or as soon as possible.
- If they have been in contact with someone positive or waiting for a result they refrain from coming in until they know the result, if positive they do not return until after 10days
If you are able to full fill the mitigations listed and all recruitment requirements, we would welcome all applications to volunteer.
Volunteers are vital and valued members of Team NUH. There is a wide range of opportunities to volunteer across different wards, services and departments in our hospitals.
To apply for any of the roles on this page, including our new Nottingham Hospitals Charity Youth Volunteer Project, use the forms below. For roles at Hayward House, please contact us to discuss whether this type of role would be suitable for you.
We also have a number of volunteering opportunities within Research & Innovation, virtual or in-person, you will be working alongside our research teams to help the people who take part in research trials to have the best possible experience. Find out more information by clicking the image below, or visiting this page here: https://www.nuh.nhs.uk/research-volunteers
Volunteering application form [docx] 41KB
Need an application sent by post?
To ask for an application form to be sent to you by post please call our application line 24 hours a day:
Tel: 0115 924 9924 Ext: 85318
You can also email a request to: NUHvoluntary.firstname.lastname@example.org