Get valuable experience in health related admin and events organisation, supporting the British Lung Foundation’s central Glasgow team. You’ll get on the job training, experience in teamwork, and a valuable insight into events management, data analysis work, media and communications work. For more information and to register an interest, click here. You need to be […]
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A rewarding, responsible role with Changing Faces Scotland – become a Skin Camouflage Practitioner. You’ll run a clinic twice a month in central Glasgow, applying specialist creams and powders to help individuals to manage their scar, mark or condition. You need to be 16 or over.
Help develop a dementia project in your local NE library. You’ll get training, support and excellent experience. Glasgow Life is working on making the North East of Glasgow a dementia friendly community through their libraries and community centres.
There are three new fantastic roles to support the Guide Dogs for the Blind as a Speaker, Fundraiser or Guide. All excellent for gaining experience, valuable training and making a huge difference! Min age 18
Do you speak Punjabi? Want to help a great cause from the comfort of your home? Prostate Cancer UK needs you to review Health Information leaflets and booklets that have been translated into Punjabi. You need to be 16 or over.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership have two very exciting roles that are available to start NOW! These roles involve raising awareness and supporting positive behaviour changes around oral health. Both of these fantastic opportunities come with brilliant support and training. Perhaps you are interested in health? Maybe you believe in protecting the oral health […]
Can you bring some fun to children who are in hospital? Radio Lollipop are looking for volunteers who can spend one evening a week as part of the team visiting the wards at the Royal Hospital for Children. Min age 18. Volunteers spend time with children playing games, doing arts and crafts, generally having fun. […]
Can you spare a few hours a week to have fun with children and families in Drumchapel? Min age 16. 3D Drumchapel are looking for volunteers on a Tuesday morning for their fun weekly healthy eating sessions for parents and pre-school children, and also on a Wednesday afternoon to support their Baby and Me sessions. […]
Could you represent patient views on the ethics of NHS research? No expertise required! Age 25+
Beat are launching a new online peer support service available for young people (aged 14-25), and parents/carers of young people with an eating disorder across Scotland. To volunteer you need to have been in recovery for at least 2 years and be aged between 18 – 35 years old, OR have provided support for a young person aged up to 25 years old with an eating disorder.