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Volunteer roles

Volunteering with Victim Support can be very rewarding. You will make a difference to the lives of victims in your community as well as learn new skills through receiving full support and training from our team. However, it does require commitment due to the comprehensive training and nature of the role. If you have the time to commit, and are happy to undertake detailed training through eLearning, workshops and mentoring then please get in touch to find out if we have any vacancies.

From providing immediate support to victims of crime to helping our staff with administration, there are lots of ways you can volunteer with us.

Cope and Recovery Volunteer

As a Cope and Recovery Volunteer you’ll be assigned to a Victim Care Advocate working within our cope and recovery team.

The cope and recovery team provides support to people who have been a victim of crime and you’ll help them to provide emotional and practical support to people affected by crime.

To find out more aobut this role, click to access the Role Description.

Triage Volunteer

As a Triage Volunteer you’ll be based in our Sheffield office and will provide telephone support to victims of crime, as well as helping the triage team with administration. This might include sending letters and texts.

To find out more about this role, click to access the Role Description.

Administration Volunteer

As an Administration Volunteer you’ll provide administration support in a variety of offices across Humberside and South Yorkshire.

You’ll help us with filing, letters and other types of administration. You’ll also support our case workers and the Victim Referral Liaison Officer in the administrative functions of their roles.

To find out more about this role, click to access the Role Description.

Communications Volunteer

As a Communications Volunteer, your role will be to work closely with our Victim Referral Liaison Officer to help promote the service and fundraise for local services.

This could include researching local events, like Sheffield Pride, where we can raise awareness of our services, and organising stalls, ordering merchandise and arranging for a team of volunteers and staff to attend on the day.

You might also organise fundraising events like a bucket collection at a local football ground. If you have skills and experience using social media for another charity or business,  you can help us promote our services and events on Twitter and Facebook.

To find out more about this role, click to access the Role Description

Find out more

To find out more about volunteering with Victim Support South Yorkshire and Humberside, please email us.

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