Volunteers play an important role within our Trust, providing support to those people who use our services. We are committed to growing the opportunities for volunteering within our services and we are always looking for people who are interested in giving their skills and experience. Please click here to view BDCFT’s volunteer strategy.
Volunteering opportunities are available across the Bradford, Airedale and Craven District. We have a wide range of services, many of which take volunteers.
To find out further information about the Trust, and the services we offer, please visit Our Services page.
Age and commitment
You can volunteer at BDCFT if you are aged 16 and above. The exception to this are the volunteering roles at the inpatient sites at Lynfield Mount hospital and Airedale Centre for Mental Health where you need to be aged over 18.
We ask for a minimum of a 6 month commitment from our volunteers, however roles can vary so please check the role description for further details. Please consider whether this is a realistic commitment before applying.
Current volunteer opportunities at BDCFT
Please click here to view our active volunteer opportunities
Our volunteer recruitment journey
To become a volunteer for BDCFT, you will need to apply for one of our available roles. You can find our active opportunities here. Once your application has been received you will be contacted by one of our team who will then invite you to attend an informal selection interview at your convenience. If your application has been successful, you will be required to complete the following steps:
- Recruitment checks – Occupational Health, References, DBS check (if a requirement of the role).
- Volunteer Induction training
- Role Specific training
- Local Induction
The volunteer induction must be completed in full before any volunteering can begin.
Volunteer Service Administrator
Volunteer Service Manager
Phone: 07387 546256