Volunteer Complementary Therapist at FORCE Cancer Charity, Exeter

Position/job title: Volunteer Complementary Therapist

Therapy qualifications required: level 3 massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, reiki

Name of charity/organisation: FORCE Cancer Charity

Location: Exeter, Devon

Hours of work: Various

Job description and benefits: FORCE Cancer Support Centre provide a comprehensive range of non-clinical support to people diagnosed with cancer. We have two complementary therapy rooms to offer patients and their carers therapies to help them to cope with the effects of a cancer diagnosis and side effects of treatment for cancer. We are interested in hearing from qualified and experienced complementary therapists who would enjoy volunteering and contributing to our established, valued and much-needed service.

To provide complementary therapy treatments to patients, their families and carers, and people who have been bereaved. We are looking for therapists with professional qualifications in massage, aromatherapy, reflexology or reiki to a minimum of level 3. All treatments are adapted to the client’s needs and preferences and are predominantly gentle and a light touch.

  • Professionally qualified Complementary Therapist: able to demonstrate qualification and competency meets minimum occupational standards relating to the therapy being practiced
  • Hands on experience of providing health and well-being related complementary therapy
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-professional team
  • Ability to work in a flexible, mature, compassionate, and confidential manner
  • Good time management
  • Good listening skills

Various hours available

Salary N/A

Closing date for applications: Ongoing

For more information: See this link for full job description and more information about FORCE: https://forcecancercharity.co.uk/volunteer-complementary-therapist-roles-available/

Contact: Kayleigh Brown, Complementary Therapies Coordinator kayleigh.brown@forcecancercharity.co.uk

If applying for this position, please mention that you saw it on the FHT's website.