Volunteer recruitment temporarily suspended.
In the space of just 4 weeks over 2000 citizens have come forward to volunteer as Stewards for the vaccination program that is now up and running. Our partners RE:ACT are currently loading all volunteers through their rostering system and we are suspending recruitment until we are aware of any future needs. What we want to minimise is the numbers of volunteers signing up and being unable to actually book a shift. As soon as we are sure there is a need to increase the numbers of volunteers we will begin recruitment again.
With the rollout of a Covid-19 mass vaccination programme now starting, we and the Plymouth Good Neighbours Scheme, are working with organisations across Devon recruiting volunteers to help at vaccination centres.
Please Note: We are sorry to say that due to the increased risk faced by older age groups to the virus, we are unable to accept offers of volunteering from those aged over 69.
Ushering and patient flow Stewards
This role covers both internal and external stewarding, External Stewards are likely to be involved in:
Directing citizens to the appropriate site entrance and directing traffic if necessary, ensuring citizens respect social distancing guidelines and have all the documentation and paperwork prepared for checking
Checking paperwork to ensure citizens are in the right place at the right time and identifying citizens who may require additional support and direct them as appropriate.
Whilst Internal stewards will:
Ensure efficient flow to and from the vaccination station and effectively communicate with the exit area representatives to avoid congestion.
Provide enhanced support to those requiring it (e.g. those who cannot queue standing) and ensure that citizens respect social distancing guidelines. Full role profile HERE.
Please follow the link above to download a full role description/specification and remember to indicate on your application which area you are interested in. The next step in the application is to read through the Induction & Volunteer Agreement by clicking on the link below, then completing your details on our application form.
Days and shift allocation will be arranged to suit you once applications are processed. This will be carried out by our partners RE:ACT Disaster Relief who will be responsible for the task of deployment. Shifts are likely to be 8am-Noon. Noon-4pm and 4pm-8pm.
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