Ever thought about being a volunteer?
Are you someone who’s friendly and approachable and can work as part of a team?
Is it important to you to give good customer service and support other to people to make positive changes and have their voice heard? Do you enjoy learning new things? Could you support Healthwatch Kirklees by sharing your skills and enthusiasm?
Do you have a few hours or some spare time to share to help to make positive changes in your local area?
If you are interested in any of the roles above please get in touch with Katherine Sharp, Volunteering and Engagement Officer (Enter and View Lead)
Telephone – 01924 450379
If this is you please take a look at our opportunities below;
It is essential for us at Healthwatch that staff and volunteers we work together with are honest and transparent. It is also really important that staff and volunteers are polite and friendly and make all individuals we speak to, or who contact us feel comfortable and valued. We want every voice to count.
Healthwatch Kirklees needs you to be our eyes and ears in the community. We’re recruiting ‘Healthwatchers’ to make sure we are finding out as much about public opinion as we can. We need volunteers to go out in to their communities and talk to their family and friends to gather comments about their experience of using health and social care services. We want to hear about things that are good and things which could work better.
This role is very flexible and you don’t need to commit a lot of time to doing this.
If you think that you might be interested in doing this, then please check out the role description below:
What is an online Feedback collector?
As an online feedback collector, your role will be to collect feedback about people’s experiences of health and social care services that has been left online.
Download the role description below. For more information, contact Katherine Sharp, Volunteering and Engagement Officer (Enter and View Lead) on 01924 450379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthwatch Kirklees have a legal right to carry out Enter & View visits to any publicly funded health or social care service. This includes residential/nursing homes, day care services, GP practices and hospital wards.
We recruit and train Authorised Representatives as volunteers who will carry out the Enter and View visits on behalf of Healthwatch Kirklees. The Authorised Representatives spend time talking to people who use and work in the service they are visiting, then write a report with recommendations where required. Authorised Representatives are fully supported by staff from the Healthwatch Kirklees team.