Why do you want to volunteer with Jonathan's House?
Do you have any existing skills you can offer to Jonathan’s House Ministries?
Are there any skills you would like to learn or develop through volunteering with Jonathan’s House Ministries?
Have you any previous experience of volunteering?
Is there any reason why you cannot work with vulnerable adults or children?
All volunteers and staff that provide direct support to men,women or children will be asked to undergo an DBS check . Please be advised, when training is complete you will be asked to declare if you have any convictions that are not “protected” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 This information will only be seen by nominated officers. A copy of the Access NI Code of Practice is available on request.
Do you have any convictions that are not “protected” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) (Northern Ireland) Order 1979, as amended in 2014? If yes, please give details:
Jonathan’s House Ministries has a policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders. Please note that disclosure of a conviction does not necessarily debar any applicant from becoming a volunteer.
Is there any reason why you cannot work in regulated activity?
Jonathan’s House Ministries welcomes volunteers with a wide range of skills, abilities and needs and we want to promote a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. To help us consider any appropriate adjustments required and to better support you, please give us some brief details of any disabilities or health concerns we need to know about, so we can discuss this with you.
Please note that referee’s will only be contacted once training is complete.