Volunteer Driver | Part Time hours and flexible shifts available | Enham Alamein 

Looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact on your community? Become a volunteer driver with Enham Trust and become part of a “driving force” to help people get to where they want to go!

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Why volunteer with Enham Trust?

Enham Trust has been making a difference to the lives of disabled people for over 100 years. Together with our service users, we explore opportunities to empower people to live the lives they choose, by supporting them to overcome limitations and expand possibilities. Through personal development, housing options, employment, volunteering, training & support we enable people to exercise individual choice and control in their lives. Our volunteers play a huge role in assisting people to achieve their goals and aspirations; and we need you so that we can keep doing that!

Who are you?

At Enham, we dare to be different, we wow people every day, and together we do amazing! We need volunteers who share our values and believe in our vision to support disabled people to live, work and enjoy life. Your kindness, compassion and generosity can make a huge difference in someone's life, and you'll feel great knowing you're playing your part to make your community a better place.

Plus, being a volunteer driver is a flexible opportunity that can fit into any schedule. Whether you have a few hours a week or just a few hours a month to spare, you can make a huge difference. To be one of our volunteer drivers, you must be a competent driver over the age of 21 (for insurance purposes) with a full, clean UK driving licence and at least two years’ driving experience.

What is required?

This role involves driving vehicles operated by Enham Trust in line with the highway code and ensuring passenger safety at all times. This will include ensuring wheelchairs are secured with the appropriate clamps, and familiarisation training will be provided on this. We will also need two satisfactory references, proof of your right to volunteer and a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check – sounds a bit daunting but we’re always on hand to support you through this process (which isn’t actually half as challenging as it sounds, we promise!)

Volunteer drivers are crucial in ensuring that our residents are able to access the community, both locally and further afield. These trips could be a quick visit to the supermarket, a visit to a local for a spot of lunch, or somewhere super exciting like race day at Ascot! No matter where you’re going though, good conversation, laughter and enthusiasm is always on the itinerary!

What are the benefits for you?

There are so many benefits to volunteering, especially with Enham Trust. The role provides you with a fun and rewarding atmosphere, where the conversation is always interesting, and no two days are the same. Volunteering provides an opportunity for you to grow and develop your existing skills whilst learning new ones, as well as whilst gaining experience, confidence, and not least, friends! Training will be run as needed, and your DBS will be done at no cost to you.

So why wait? Sign up to be a volunteer driver today and start making a difference in your community. Together, we can change lives!


To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter via email to [email protected]




Enham Trust is accredited as a Disability Confident Leader; as part of this commitment all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria will be guaranteed an interview. To be considered under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme it’s vital that you declare your disability, impairment or long-term health condition when you apply.

Enham Trust is an equal opportunities employer and we positively encourage applications from all eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy or maternity.

Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check, provide two references and proof of right to work in the UK.