At Sheffield Mind we are committed to providing a positive experience for all our volunteers. We are hoping to recruit to the following roles:

We are looking for people to join our team of Peer Mentors working on our innovative Age Better Sheffield Project. Volunteers should be over 50 and prepared to work with ondividuals who are sruggling with isolation and need assistance to access services and activities. Volunteers will meet regularly with their clients, identify interests and hobbies that they would like to take part in and help them to re-engage with specific interest groups and the wider community.
Training will be provided and expenses will be reimbursed
If you are interested and wuold like to apply, please click here for details.

We are looking to recruit a Trustee with good practical knowledge of IT. This area of operations has frequently been identified as one in which we are lacking expertise and are looking to recruit an experienced professional who can advise on network development and how best to use new software/applications to enhance and optimise the way we deliver services.

As a trustee your responsibilities would be to attend regular meetings of the Board and to participate in periodic strategic development and planning sessions to review and improve performance or address particular areas of concern.

We are always looking for ways  to improve the way in which we work and to make the most of the resources available to us.

If you are interested in finding out more about this role please call the office on 0114 258 4489 ext 107 or email further details and an application form.


Counsellors and Psychotherapists

No opportunities currently - please check back for updates.

When we do have opportunities for trainee counsellors/psychotherapists, we only accept people who are on at least their second placement. This is because the clients we work with tend to have complex issues.

Sheffield Mind has a volunteer policy. This document gives you clear guidance on what would be expected of you as a volunteer. Click here to view it.