Become a volunteer now at Jarrow Hall and you can expect a welcoming environment, relevant training, supervision from our close-knit teams, travel expenses, celebration events, and the opportunity to meet new people and develop transferable skills.
Join the Jarrow Hall team and help launch this very special site, delivering an outstanding experience, and building our reputation as one of the finest, most welcoming and best-loved venues in the region. Volunteers can assist in our museum, reception and shop, Anglo-Saxon farm, village and grounds, or become a Tour Guide or History Education Assistant.
Whether specialising in one or helping with all of these elements of our offer, you will become part of the Groundwork family and help to engage, inform and assist visitors, staff and fellow volunteers.
The role requires a minimum of 1 shift per week of 3-4 hours between 9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Sunday and reports to the Volunteer Supervisors, Visitor Services Assistant and Groundwork Programme Leads. You will be based at Jarrow Hall, however from time to time you maybe asked to kindly support activities and events off site across South Tyneside and Newcastle.
To apply, please read the role description and person specification, download and carefully complete the below volunteer application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, and return both via email. A valid and regularly-checked email account is essential, and postal or hardcopy applications will not be reviewed. If you have any accessibility requirements that prevent you from applying in this fashion, please contact email@example.com
Jarrow Hall Visitor Services Volunteer Assistant Role Description
Jarrow Hall Visitor Services Volunteer Role Person Specification
Groundwork STAN Volunteer Role Application Form
Groundwork STAN Volunteer Equal Opportunity and Criminal Conviction Monitoring Form