Challenging health and social care inequalities since 1990
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Are you 18 years or over? If you are under 18, we will discuss your options for volunteering with you.
Availability and Preferences
Approximate number of hours available each week
Please give an indication of when your availability is i.e. days of the week and times
Where would you like to Volunteer for BHA?
Please SelectGreater ManchesterLeeds
What type of volunteer work are you looking for?
Please SelectAdmin/reception supportCommunity outreachFoodbankSupporting peopleFund-raising and eventsSocial media/marketingOther
If other, please specify
BHA welcomes applications from diverse candidates and we always aim to promote equality of opportunity for all. Criminal records will be taken into account for recruitment purposes ONLY when the conviction is relevant. Having a spent/unspent conviction will not necessarily bar you from volunteering. This will depend on the circumstances and background to your offence(s). For volunteering positions requiring direct service user contact e.g. Community support services, and work with young people/children/vulnerable adults, any criminal conviction including spent convictions and cautions must be declared. Successful applicants in these areas will be subject to a Disclosure Barring Service check. If the volunteering position you are applying for is working directly with service users, please answer the question below.
Do you have any unspent convictions?
Details of your unspent offence(s) including dates and court at which you were convicted.
Do you have any spent convictions?