(S5) Saskatoon City Hospital & St. Paul's Hospital


Welcome to Volunteer Services for the Saskatoon City  Hospital (SCH) and St. Paul's Hospital (SPH)!  We are thrilled that volunteers can now return to provide service within our hospitals and our community. 

At SCH and SPH our focus is on providing volunteer opportunities that support the health of the communities that we serve.

We are currently bringing volunteers back slowly, but available vacancies are limited to the activities shown below. Please take a look at the volunteer opportunities that we are currently recruiting for as we would love for you to join our team of registered volunteers!

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Volunteer Opportunities

St. Paul's Hospital - Gift Shop Ambassador

 

Gift Shop Volunteers contribute to a facility’s healing culture and provide a service to patients, staff and the public in order to raise funds to purchase equipment. 

Volunteers greet and welcome visitors to the Gift Shop, assist with sales, light cleaning duties, and other tasks as required.

Qualifications:

  • Provide remarkable customer service to visitors and staff.
  • Possesses excellent communication skills.
  • Receptive and accepting of diverse population.
  • Sensitive to the needs of all.
  • Sensitive to cultural and financial differences and age ranges of visitors.
  • Must observe confidentiality of patients.
  • Adequate conversational English is required in order that the individual be able to take direction, understand how to complete job tasks, communicate adequately with visitors and co-workers as necessary, understand and follow safety guidelines as well as hospital and department policies.
 
Shifts Available :   Monday - 1-4  pm   
                                                                                      

Basic lottery course required preferably prior to starting in the Gift Shop or at minimum within 1 month commencement.  This is a SLGA mandatory requirement.

Direct Supervision by Manager of Gift Shop however must obtain competency to work independently & alone for short periods of time

 

St. Paul's Hospital - Healing Arts Associate

A background in art mediums (visual, music, literary) and/or health humanities is preferred. University student are welcome. 

Suitable volunteers will express interest in one of the three programs (visual, music, literary) within the Healing Arts Program.

An interview will follow with Healing Arts Supervisor in respective discipline (visual, music, literary) to determine suitability. 

• Completion of Healing Arts orientation (manual, work standards, power point presentation, tour).
• Minimum of 9 hours (three 3 hours shifts) shadowing one of the following; Artist in Residence/Music Therapist/Writer in Residence on selected units/art studio.
• Continued mentorship and support from respective discipline, along with other members of Healing Arts team. 

Good command of English both written and verbally
ability to interact in a friendly, welcoming and reassuring manner
ability to maintain confidentiality
physical and mental ability to carry out placement 

Must be  18 yrs of age or older  

 

Shifts times (not all are available) :   Monday - Friday   mornings and afternoons 

                                                                 VISUAL ARTS -  Monday and Wednesday only. 

St. Paul's Hospital : Patient Registration : Wayfinding and Patient Escort Associate

The goal of the Registration Volunteer is to help patients feel welcome and reduce some of the apprehension they may feel when they arrive.  The Registration Volunteer will welcome, direct and provide assistance to those patients registering for inpatient or outpatient appointments or admissions. Volunteers will assist in maintaining an orderly/efficient registration environment.
 
Volunteer should feel comfortable escorting patients to clinic locations.  They should also be able to physically walk long distances and push patients in Staxis.  

Adequate conversational English is required in order that the individual be able to take direction, understand how to complete job tasks, communicate adequately with visitors and co-workers as necessary, understand and follow safety guidelines as well as hospital and department policies.

Must be  18 yrs of age or older  

Shift times  available:  Tues and Wed 7:00 am -10:00 am 

                                                                             

Saskatoon City Hospital & St. Paul's Hospital

Saskatoon City Hospital

St. Paul's Hospital