St John Ambulance needs new Volunteer Vaccinators to protect their communities and support the NHS in the drive to boost people’s immunity against Covid-19 this Autumn.
You can find local opportunities to join us by clicking on the button above and entering your post code. Bear with us - you may need to scroll through various other volunteer positions before you find vaccinator. And if a role isn’t available in your area now, please check back in the near future as we’re managing recruitment in waves so we don’t overload our systems.
Our original vaccination volunteers have given more than a million hours of their time, and now we need more Volunteer Vaccinators to administer Covid and flu jabs this Autumn, as well as ensuring we’re ready to support any surges in demand for vaccinations.
Many of the vaccinators I’ve spoken to over the last year and a half say that giving people their jabs has been one of the best experiences of their life.
The satisfaction of protecting people and keeping the pandemic at bay is enormous, plus being part of St John opens up a whole range of extra volunteering opportunities where people can help their communities, like sharing lifesaving first aid skills or supporting our brilliant programmes for young people.
St John Ambulance’s acting Chief Operating Officer
We can only live safely with Covid when we have high levels of protection and we are continuing to support people to get vaccinated, particularly those who are vulnerable or those who haven’t yet received their first dose.
With our Autumn drive set to offer boosters to people aged 50 and over, health and care staff, people who live in care homes and those who most need extra protection, our fantastic volunteers help us ensure people across the country continue to benefit from protection offered by the vaccine.
Dame Ruth May
Chief Nursing Officer for England
Become a Volunteer Vaccinator
St John Ambulance needs new Volunteer Vaccinators to support the NHS in the drive to boost people’s immunity against Covid-19 this Autumn.