Do you have a passion to support people to rediscover themselves by exploring their wellbeing?
If so, we really need your help.
We are looking for a beautician who has organisation skills who wants to support us in sharing beauty tips and pampering suggestions in one of our Mental Health services. The aim of this is to improve wellbeing and empower people that use the services to learn to look after themselves.
Please note - You can volunteer if:
- you’re well
- nobody in your household has coronavirus symptoms, for example a cough or high temperature
- you’re under 70
- you’re not pregnant
- you do not have any long-term health conditions that make you vulnerable to coronavirus (please see government website for further information)
- Arrange and coordinate training around beauty and pampering sessions
- Encouraging group discussions and pampering sessions around wellbeing, self-esteem and looking after yourself and other skill sharing opportunities.
- Contact and develop working relationships with our Hestia services to promote the programme
- Visit services and take part in peer led sessions
For more information about Hestia, this opportunity and our extensive benefits with volunteering at Hestia please see our volunteers pack attached to this advert!
Hestia is proud to be a Disability Confident employer. Should you require our job pack in an alternative format, require further assistant or wish to discuss any reasonable adjustments you may need to attend an interview, please contact us via our website
If you have any convictions/cautions, this does not mean you cannot apply for any of our roles, however we do require a DBS for all positions. We will ensure that any positive disclosures on DBS records are discussed with our volunteers and fairly assessed.
Hours: A weekly/ fortnightly commitment of 2 hours a week.
At Hestia, we have been supporting adults and children across London in times of crisis since 1970. This year will mark our 50th anniversary so it is an exciting time to join us!
Last year we worked with more than 10,000 people, including victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people. From giving someone a home to helping them to get the right mental health support, we support and enable people at the moment of crisis.