Just a few easy steps
Working out what type of volunteer work interests you
- What do I care about?
- What interests, skills and talents do I have to offer?
- What roles at Calvary interest me?
- What is my availability?
Complete our online volunteer application form
You will need to provide 2 referees (not family)
Once we've received your enquiry form we will contact you to discuss any questions you may have. If you are happy to proceed, we will organise a suitable time to meet for an interview.
During your interview you can tell us about your skills, interests and availability and roles that interest you.
You will be requested to bring 100 points of ID with you. You will be asked to complete the forms for Criminal Record and Working with Children Checks, and Health status which are mandatory for all paid and unpaid workers in NSW Area Health.
Finding the right Volunteer role for me
Calvary offers tremendous diversity so you can be quite assured to find your niche. Read more about us...
While most volunteering takes place during office hours, you can volunteer at evenings and weekends too, depending on what you want to do and your availability. Within the hospital, our volunteer workers are part of the team and are rostered on to a shift. If working in the community then the hours are more flexible. If your circumstances change, we can always be flexible.
Calvary has a strong commitment to provide our volunteers with a through training prior to commencing your volunteer work.This will ensure you feel comfortable working in our health care facility with confidence and safety. The Education Program is conducted one day a week over five weeks (9.30 - 3.30). On completion of the program, a further interview is arranged to determine a suitable role and placement within the organisation.
A Calvary volunteer
As a Calvary volunteer we continue our commitment to you by providing opportunities for ongoing training and development.