The Bradford Court Chaplaincy Service (BCCS) positively welcomes volunteers who wish to be involved in our work.
BCCS is keen to recruit volunteers from all faith backgrounds and from people of no faith and is firmly committed to diversity in all areas of its work.
Our current volunteers
come from a variety of areas and sectors of the community.
Age limit - All volunteers must be aged 18 or over. There is no upper age limit but volunteers must be active and healthy in order to do the work.
Commitment - Our volunteers commit to between 3 and 4 hours each week or each fortnight (minimum) for a period of 12 months (this can be extended).
Diversity - We encourage applications from all races and cultures. BCCS will not discriminate or treat any individuals less favourably on the grounds of gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, age, social class or sexual orientation.
Training and support - We offer free training and support to suitable applicants.
Safeguarding - All of our Volunteers must have an enhanced CRB check and comply with our Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy.
Volunteering Opportunities - Volunteers may be recruited to do face to face support work on the Court concourse or to assist with administrative duties. (If you feel you have a particular skill, please call the Support and Development Officer at any time to discuss how this may be used.)
Volunteer Policy - BCCS is committed to ensuring that all volunteers receive the same level of support as our paid staff and has a Volunteer policy in place, copies of which may be obtained from the Chaplaincy Office. (Contact details at the foot of the page).
- Training programmes will commence in 2011..
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Page update Feb 2011 by PN