become a driving volunteer
Volunteering as a driver at our Chalfont Centre is a very practical way of helping our residents to lead as full a life as possible. We need drivers for the regular trips that residents make into the community to attend local events, enjoy pub lunches or visit particular attractions or activities.
To provide transport for these popular excursions, we have a pool of cars with ramp access, as well as mini buses.
What we need from you
To become a volunteer driver, you’ll need to be at least 21 years old (25 years old for MPV drivers) with a current, clean driving licence. We’ll ask you to undergo Buckingham County Council’s business driving assessment to check your competency to drive our vehicles. Epilepsy Society pays for this. You’ll also need to undertake our safe passenger training.
We’ll ask you for a regular commitment that suits both you and Epilepsy Society. We need drivers mainly during the day and at weekends, but there are some evening slots.
For more information, call Timothy Wright, volunteer and project co-ordinator on 01494 601 377 for an informal chat, or email email@example.com.
Current vacancies for volunteers
Please contact us to find out about current vacancies. You can either get in touch with Timothy Wright (see above) or use the application form below.
Here are role descriptions for our current vacancies.
Driving volunteer opportunities
We currently have two new role opportunities for volunteer drivers: occasional driver and regular driving role. For more details on these positions, please download the role descriptions below:
- Download the role description for an occasional driver role (MS Word, 113KB)
- Download the role description for a regular driver role (MS Word, 35KB)
You can also find out more information about volunteering as a driver by downloading our driver information pack (MS Word, 3MB).
Volunteer application form
Download a volunteer application form (Word, 61KB).