Volunteer Opportunities

Crossroads Care Rotherham have a number of volunteer opportunities available and would be happy to hear from anyone over 18 years of age who is interested in becoming part of our volunteering team.

Volunteer roles currently available:

  • Fundraising Volunteer
  • Carers Support Group Volunteer
  • Complementary Therapist Volunteer
  • Befriending Home Visiting Volunteer
  • Telephone Befriending Volunteer
  • Activity Co-ordinator Volunteer
  • Art & Crafts Volunteer
  • Administration Volunteer
  • Marketing Media Volunteer
  • The Corner Cafe and Shop Volunteer

If you wish to inquire about becoming a Crossroads Care Rotherham volunteer please contact Mel Marshall on 01709 389516 or by email: mel.marshall@crossroadsrotherham.co.uk

Alternatively, you can apply for a volunteer role by filling in the form below.

Your Details
Education
Employment/Volunteering History
Emergency Contact
References
Please provide name, address, contact number and email of two people who can provide a reference for you
REHABILITATION OF OFFENDERS ACT 1974 and EXCEPTION ORDER 1975
Because of the nature of the work for which you are applying, you must provide information about any convictions. Our power to require this lies in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975, which removes the normal operation of the Act in relation to specific occupations, including the provision of Home Care Services. In the event of being employed in connection with this application, any failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action. Crossroads Care Rotherham follows a Code of Practice about the fair use of disclosure information, and a copy is available on request. If you do have any previous or outstanding convictions, details of the type of offence, date, sentence, fine etc. should be brought along with you to the interview, should you reach this stage. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position.
Equality & Diversity
DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT 2005
A person has a disability under the Disability Discrimination Act if he/she has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term diverse effect on his/her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. Long term means has lasted, or is expected to last for 12 months.