Patient Safety Learning volunteer

Patient Safety Learning volunteer

Ongoing role
J97585
At a glance

Skills

  • Database / CRM development
  • Digital and IT strategy
  • Web design (including UX/UI)

Where

London, SE1 7SJ
Remote opportunity

Time

Either in or out of office hours Estimate of time needed:
0-5 hours / month

Visitors from Fifth Day

Welcome to Reach Volunteering. We are a community and registered charity that connects people, skills and good causes.

To apply for this role, and any other on our platform, you need to be based in the UK, have at least three years of experience using the skills you wish to volunteer in a professional capacity or have lived experience (for trustee roles). Read more about our criteria.

Do you have website/digital experience within healthcare? If so, the charity Patient Safety Learning are looking for volunteers to give a minimum of 4 hours a month to work alongside the hub content team to enhance their website.

What will you be doing?

What will you be doing?

the hub is our award-winning online platform for patient safety, offering a powerful combination of tools, resources, stories, ideas, case studies and good practice to anyone who wants to make care safer for patients.

Designed in 2019, with over 6000 members and 1.19 million site visits, we are now looking to improve the website by Improving the accessibility of the site and are looking for someone with digital/website experience to undertake a project auditing the current accessibility of the hub to ensure we are accessible to all who use it. 

In return we will provide you with:

  • Experience of working on an award-winning website.
  • Regular catch ups and keeping in touch webinars.
  • The potential to learn new skills and broaden the scope of your involvement.
  • The opportunity to work with a small friendly team passionate about patient safety.

What are we looking for?

3 plus years experience working on websites, specifically with knowledge of website accessibility criteria. Evidence of having improved the accessibility of a website. Experience working on a charity website and knowledge of 'plain English' is desirable.

What difference will you make?

You will be helping make the hub accessible to everyone who uses it - patients, health and social care professionals, researchers, policy makers, patient safety leaders  - and to ensure our content is read globally.

Before you apply

If suitable we will invite you for a zoom call to discuss the project in more detail.

Causes
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Organisation type: 
    Charity

    Patient Safety Learning is a charity and independent voice for improving patient safety.

    We harness the knowledge, enthusiasm and commitment of healthcare organisations, professionals and...