We have several volunteer opportunities available across the organisation.
Whether you are looking for a hands-on rabbit care role, or something you can to do from the comfort of your own home, there is sure to be a role that would suit you.
Have a look through our current vacancies below, and simply follow the online application process to be considered for each role.
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A highly rewarding voluntary role, central to the improvement of rabbit welfare conditions in Central Scotland!
Do it from your own home, in your spare time.
Pay only for food & bedding (which we can help you get at wholesale prices!).
We lend you any equipment you may need.
We pay for all veterinary expenses at a local vet.
We provide HEAPS of support, advice and training through our growing team of volunteers.
Rabbit Foster Carers must be a minimum of 16 years of age, and require the householder or landlords permission to apply.
As our network of Foster Carers expands across Central Scotland, we are looking for a volunteer Foster Care Manager to join our management committee.
Working alongside our existing Foster Care Manager, with support from our Rabbit Co-ordinators, you will share the responsibility for recruiting, on-boarding and supporting our foster carers.
Volunteering at "The Hoppy Hub" in Kirkintilloch (Glasgow) our Rabbit Care Team provide all aspects of care needed including feeding, grooming, medications and treatments and socialisation.
Care Assistants are usually aged between 12 and 18 years of age, and are supervised by a PVG Scheme Member.
Care Leads must be over the age of 18, and are subject to the PVG Scheme.
Our Welfare Check Team are responsible for doing our morning checks on the rabbits in our care at The Hoppy Hub in Kirkintilloch (G66).
As a team member you will be responsible for checking in on the rabbits and ensuring that their basic welfare needs are met - hay supply is topped up, water supply is checked and the health and welfare of each rabbit is checked to make sure everybunny is feeling good!
There may be a need to assist with taking rabbits to urgent or routine appointments with one of our local vet practices if required too.
You may also assist getting some of our activities ready for our evening care team too.
We are looking for individuals who can spare one-to-two hours at least one morning per week, with flexibility around the timing to suit your other commitments as appropriate.
As a member of our Bunny EAT (Education & Awareness Team), you will be part of drawing together a valuable library of educational materials to share with rabbit owners.
A team of like-minded, passionate, rabbit welfare enthusiasts who love to learn as much as possible about our beloved pets, working together on producing documents, graphics, videos and presentations to share through social media, email, information leaflets, and training events presented by the charity.
Do you enjoy just simply lending a hand when its needed?
Are you comfortable with some simple DIY?
Could you jump in the Beloved Rabbits and help collect or deliver equipment and supplies throughout our foster network and events?
Then our Hoppy Helpers team is perfect for you, and we really need your help.