Join Our Team
BECOMING A VOLUNTEER:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering. Volunteers are an integral part of Ross Memorial Hospital.
If you are 14 or older, you may apply to be a volunteer. Anyone under the age of 18 will require parental consent. If you are interested in completing your high school community service hours, you will need to commit to 50 hours for a letter of confirmation to be provided.
To become a volunteer, you must complete the application process. Please note that this process takes 5-6 weeks to complete.
Full application instructions are provided below.
HOW TO APPLY & THE PROCESS:
- Complete the Volunteer Application Form.
- Next, you will be contacted regarding the status of your application and invited to interview in-person or virtually.
- The interviewer will want to discuss your interests, skills and availability to determine a volunteer position that best matches your interests and availability.
- Two references are required. References must not be a family member. Please submit the completed reference forms with the application form.
If you are accepted as a volunteer:
You will need to:
- Request a Criminal Reference Check, as directed by the hospital.
- Have a 2-step tuberculous vaccination, which will be completed at the hospital.
- Must provide proof of two COVID-19 vaccinations
- Attend a two-hour hospital volunteer orientation session.
- Complete three training shifts with a fellow volunteer.
Information for consideration:
Volunteers provide a minimum of one shift per week. Shifts can range from two-to-four hours. Shifts are generally during daytime hours and there is some flexibility to these hours. Special requests will be considered as long as it meets the needs of the volunteer and the volunteer program.
Volunteers must be committed to adhering to Ross Memorial Hospital policy & procedures.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Ross Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.