Current Bliss Champion opportunities

Find out where we are currently recruiting Bliss Champions and how to apply.

Current vacancies

We currently have vacancies for Bliss Champions at hospitals in the Midlands. See the full list below. We regularly add new opportunities, so stay tuned.

The workshop for these vacancies will be held on 17 and 18 September 2019 from 9.45am to 4pm in Birmingham. Please ensure you are available for these dates before submitting an application.

The deadline for applying for these vacancies is 10 September 2019, but we have limited spots for our workshop, late applications may be added to a reserve list.

Hospitals in the Midlands

Birmingham Children's Hospital - recruiting 2 volunteers

Birmingham Women's Hospital - recruiting 3 volunteers

Burton Hospital - recruiting 1 volunteer

King's Mill Hospital - recruiting 1 volunteer

New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton - recruiting 3 volunteers

Princess Royal Hospital, Telford - recruiting 3 volunteers

Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley - recruiting 1 volunteer

University of Coventry Hospital - recruiting 2 volunteers

Walsall Manor Hospital - recruiting 2 volunteers

Worcester Royal Hospital - recruiting 2 volunteers

How to apply

Check the hospital you wish to apply for is listed above and that you are available to attend the two day workshop.

You will also need to read the full role description.

Please note: All applicants will need to attend a two day workshop which is part of our Volunteer Learning Programme.

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My local hospital unit isn't listed

Don’t see your local unit on the list? Don’t worry, we regularly add new opportunities, so stay tuned.

You can hear about recruitment updates on the Bliss Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram so don't forget to follow us.

If your local hospital is in a different part of the country, we will open recruitment 6 weeks before the workshop in each region.

What training will I receive?

In order to become a Bliss Champion, you must complete the Bliss Volunteer Learning Programme which includes self-guided online learning at home and attendance of a two day workshop.

The programme will give you the knowledge and skills to start your volunteering role with confidence.

You’ll learn who Bliss is, what we do and how you can provide inclusive, tailored support to families to make a real difference to their neonatal experience.