Health & Social Care Staff


Do you have what it takes to inspire young minds?

Ambassadorial Duties

Ambassadorial Duties

Show people how they could be changing lives through their work

Act as a role model to young people by offering them the chance to find out just what a job in Health and Social Care really entails. Most importantly, tell them they could one day be changing lives for the better - right alongside you.

Becoming the Difference

Becoming the Difference

Be the reason someone chooses a Health and Social Care career

Talking honestly and passionately about the brilliant work you do can make a real difference to those considering a career in Health and Social Care. Below is a brief outline of the Ambassador role - hopefully by the time you’ve read it all you’ll be signing up!

What are the benefits of becoming an Ambassador?

A rewarding experience

A Rewarding Experience

Working with young people and having a positive impact on their lives will give you a great feeling of satisfaction.

Supports your personal development

Supports your Personal Development

By undertaking this role you could learn new skills and show additional commitment to your organisation and local community. These events and activities can also really boost your confidence.

Benefits your trust

Benefits your Trust

Staff talking to learners enthusiastically face-to-face is one of the best ways to show who we are as an organisation. Help support the creation of the workforce of tomorrow by speaking to young people who share our passions and values.

Play to your strengths

Play to your Strengths

We know every Ambassador has different strengths, so you can choose which types of events and activities to participate in based on your skills and expertise.

How do I sign up?

Inform the Lead at your organisation that you’re interested and they’ll simply take a few details and put you on the list of willing Ambassadors! Simply click the button below to send us an email.

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What does it involve?

Showing your Passion

Let your love for what you do come through when you’re interacting with learners. It only takes one story or a genuine smile to inspire them.

Careers Fairs & School Visits

Visit careers events to give advice and information to students who are keen to learn more about the role you play in the Health and Social Care sector.

Workshops & Interactive Sessions

Demonstrate elements of your role and show learners how you work in interactive sessions.

Talks & Presentations

Prepare and show presentations to groups of learners, giving them insight into your role within the sector.

Informal Talks & Discussions

Talk to students one to one and give them advice and insight, allowing them to ask any questions they may have.

Event Notifications

We work closely with appointed Leads from our partner Trusts who support Careers Ambassadors. Once you’ve signed up, we’ll keep your Lead updated on events and other local opportunities for you to participate in.

Attending Events Together

The Hub team are more than happy to accompany new Ambassadors to events where possible, to support and build confidence. We can also bring along some useful information and publications, which will complement the more role-specific activities you take part in.

Representing your Trust

Representing your Trust

Uphold Trust values in everything you do

If you volunteer to become an Ambassador, you will be representing your organisation when undertaking duties and attending events. Act as you do in your day-to-day role, upholding the values and behavioural policies of the organisation. In the unlikely event that there is an incident which occurs while you are taking on the role of Ambassador, it will be dealt with by the organisation through your line manager.

Voluntary activity

Voluntary Activity

A role separate to your day job

The Ambassador role is primarily a voluntary one and not seen as part of your substantive role within the organisation. If you would like to take part in an event or activity, please discuss this with your line manager before committing to take part. In some instances you will be able to volunteer during working hours; this is left to the discretion of your line manager. If not, ask for your manager to arrange for you to be off-duty when an event is due to take place.

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