Volunteers

Hub for existing Volunteers

If you are an existing volunteer mediator with Mediation Hertfordshire please click here to access Mediator documents and forms.

Interested in Volunteering for us?

Our mediators come from a wide range of backgrounds and are all professionally trained, and DBS checked.

We review our mediator resource once a year and consider all applications made throughout the year, in January.

If you are a professionally trained mediator and wish to apply, please complete the application form and send to us.

If your application is successful we will invite you for an interview followed by a full induction and provide you with the opportunity to observe cases before starting in your volunteer role.

We operate a co-mediation model for many of our cases and you will have the opportunity to work with other volunteers on a variety of mediations.

Mediation Hertfordshire provide all our volunteers with a CPD training programme and look for mediators to be available for at least 3 mediations per year. Expenses are reimbursed.

Mediator Skills

Below is a list of attributes that we value in our volunteer mediators:

Excellent communication skills, a mature approach, sensitivity and sincerity to people’s differing needs and views, integrity, empathy, impartiality, tact, commitment and availability, punctuality, observance of confidentiality, ability to handle high emotion, ability to work as a team, willingness to participate in training and to attend mediator support meetings

If you would like to speak to us before making an application please do contact us.

Other Volunteering opportunities

From time to time, Mediation Hertfordshire has vacancies on our Board of Trustees.  We also have occasional volunteering opportunities in our office, helping with general administration, our IT network and promotions. Please get in touch if you would like to know about any current non-mediator volunteer vacancies.

Or contact us below, always in complete confidence

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