Our work would simply not be possible without our amazing volunteers. You can help us change lives right now – and develop valuable skills and friendships along the way. Below are examples of both the medical and non-medical roles we recruit for and how you can apply.

London Clinic

Clinic Support Workers

Clinic support workers are the main point of contact for the people we help. They carry out interviews to determine needs and provide advice. They also act as advocates and liaise with NHS service providers to link people to the care they need. This role does not require clinical experience but would suit someone with an interest in helping vulnerable groups.

You can apply for this role during one of four annual recruitment windows. Please only apply if you are able to make the minimum commitment and attend the training dates listed below. Here are the next two windows:

Winter recruitment window: 9-29 January 2017

Clinic support workers must be able to commit to 2 sessions a month, from March until September 2017 (or for longer if they wish). The clinic is on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 11:45am to 7pm.

Applications can be made via this link until midnight on 29 January. There are also two mandatory training sessions:

Access to healthcare and group interview - Tuesday 7 February, 7-8.30pm

Skills training - Thursday 16 February, 10am-5pm

Spring recruitment window: 6-26 March 2017

Clinic support workers must be able to commit to 2 sessions a month, from May until November 2017 (or for longer if they wish). The clinic is on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 11:45am to 7pm.

Applications can be made via this webpage during the recruitment window - we will post an application link here on 6 March. There are also two mandatory training sessions:

Access to healthcare and group interview - Tuesday 4 April, 7-8:30pm

Skills training - Saturday 8 April, 10am-5pm

Caseworkers

Caseworkers take on the more in-depth and complex cases from our clinic or other outreach work. They are also the first point of contact for service-users who contact our office. They act as an advocate and liaise with NHS and other services to link people to the care they need. This office-based role requires a commitment of two days a week (10am-5pm) for at least three months. Please apply here.

GPs and Nurses

We have all the volunteer GPs and nurses we need at the moment, but we may start recruiting again in the second half of 2017 depending on our needs. We will post updates on this web page.

We only recruit fully-qualified GPs due to how we are registered with the CQC and issues related to clinical supervision. We only recruit nurses with at least two years’ post-qualification experience.

Student Placements

Whether you are studying medicine, social work, international development, or something completely different, we offer volunteer placements for students. We do not offer clinical work, but rather an opportunity to advocate for our service-users' health and social needs. Placements are usually for a minimum of 25 days, often spread over 2-3 months. We welcome students from the UK and abroad.

Our placements are full until the end of August 2017. To apply for a placement from September onwards, please request an application form by email.

Brighton service

Brighton applications are now closed as no further volunteers are currently required.


Check our current vacancies here.

For more information on any of the above roles, get in touch.