VOLUNTEER WITH US

The Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service team rely on volunteers to help with work around the centre. Alongside our full-time members of staff, our volunteers play an important role in helping to maintain the centre and care for our wildlife residents.

We are looking for reliable volunteers who are happy to 'roll up their sleeves' and get a little dirty. As a volunteer you must be able to commit to fixed days and times each week, for a minimum of 3 months.

TYPES OF VOLUNTEER WORK...
SKILLED & NON-SKILLED VOLUNTEERS

We are always looking for skilled and non-skilled volunteers to help with work around the wildlife centre. There are several areas that we need help with - if you are skilled or non-skilled, we would love to hear from you.

STUDENT PLACEMENT VOLUNTEERS

At Wildlife Rescue and Animal Services there are several placements offered to studens during the year that are looking to gain experience working with wildlife. The work is varied, and we expect our students to be prepared to get a bit dirty and be able to work independently.

CORPORATE VOLUNTEER TEAMS

We offer businesses the chance to ‘give back’ with team volunteers days. You can join us at the wildlife centre to help out with small projects which could be anything from renovation of our play area, painting, gardening or general maintenance.

TYPES OF VOLUNTEER WORK

We are looking for volunteers that are prepared to get a little dirty as large percentage of the time you spend at the wildlife centre will involve cleaning tasks.

Your duties may involve:

General maintenance of the centre
Typical tasks include, sweeping and weeding of paths, weeding planted areas, painting, litter picking, emptying bins etc.

Cleaning out animal enclosures
Typical tasks include, changing bedding, washing down and disinfecting enclosures, helping sort food deliveries, preparing feeds and refreshing drinking water etc.

General maintenance of animal enclosures
Typical tasks include, sweeping, washing, weeding, painting etc, etc.

APPLY TO VOLUNTEER

To apply, simply fill out the below form and the WRAS team will be in touch within 5 days.

Please note, you must be over 16 years old to volunteer.

*Mandatory fields

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Contact Details

Wildlife Rescue &
Ambulance Service (Enfield)

Trent Park, Cockfosters Road

Barnet, EN4 0PS
 

Charity number 1060452

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