Volunteer vacancies

Everyone at Severn Hospice cares passionately about what we do and that makes volunteering here very special – you will be part of a team making a real difference to people’s lives.

Just scroll down to see what vacancies we have at the moment and to apply online. Thanks for wanting to support us!

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Volunteer Super Sorter

Hours to suit

Based at our Superstore, Shrewsbury

Be part of our exciting new project that Severn Hospice are launching this Summer/ Autumn. We are holding four sale events this year and need keen treasure hunters to rummage through our stock and find suitable items to sell.

Full details available here

Apply online here.

Volunteer Van Drivers Mate

Hours to suit

Based in Shrewsbury

Be part of our exciting new project that Severn Hospice are launching this Summer/ Autumn. We are holding 4 sale events this year and need some Drivers Mates to assist our van drivers, the day before our events and on the event day.

Working closely with the existing Severn Hospice van drivers, you will meet new people, learn new skills and be part of something new and exciting. Full training will be given.

Full details available here

Apply online here.

Volunteer Events Assistant

Hours to suit

Telford, Shrewsbury and Oswestry

Be part of our exciting new project that Severn Hospice are launching this Summer/ Autumn. We are holding four sale events this year and need keen volunteers to help set up and run these days.

Full details available here

Apply online here.

Volunteer cafe assistant

Hours to suit (between 9am and 3pm) Monday to Friday

Be part of our exciting new cafe, Refresh at Severn Hospice, in Bicton, Shrewsbury. Help our café staff in a busy customer-focused environment, while meeting new people, learning new skills and ultimately helping people in the community.

Full details available here.

Apply online here.

Volunteer Receptionist

Based at Bicton

Shifts available: Friday 1pm – 5pm

Be part of the warm, welcoming presence the hospice is known for by joining our friendly front of house team in Bicton, Shrewsbury. You will greet and support visitors, patients and staff, as well as taking on ad-hoc reception and clerical tasks. If you are empathetic, helpful and professional, this role could be for you.

Full details available here.

Apply online here.

Clinical Admin Volunteer (Shrewsbury)

Shifts available: Tuesday / Friday 9am to 1pm

You will be asked to offer help, support and generally assist clinical administrative staff in their duties at the Hospice including general administrative duties eg. photocopying, scanning, assisting with documentation

Full details available here.

Apply online here.

Volunteer Patient Transport Driver (Shrewsbury based)

Various shifts available Monday – Friday

Join our loyal team of transport volunteers. Role includes using hospice vehicles to transport patients to and from the hospice. Full training will be given.

Volunteers for this role must be a minimum of 21 years of age for insurance reasons

Full details available here.

Apply online here.

Volunteer gardener

Various shifts available. Volunteering groups work at both sites in Apley, Telford and Bicton, Shrewsbury from Monday to Thursday between 9am and 1pm. We also have a Friday group at Bicton, Shrewsbury.

Join our friendly and welcoming gardening volunteer team who help all year round in our award-winning hospice gardens. With the help of our volunteers, our scenic gardens are known for their therapeutic value and outstanding beauty, and the peace and tranquillity they provide are enjoyed by many – those receiving our care, their families, visitors and staff. Please note – you do not need to be knowledgeable about horticulture as we can guide you and help to expand your gardening skills along the way. We aim for our volunteers to get as much out of volunteering as they give us.

Full details available here.

Apply online here.

“Severn Hospice’s volunteers have the Royal seal of approval after receiving The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the MBE for volunteer groups.”

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