Volunteering Roles & Opportunities

Radio Horton is pleased to be able to offer vacancies for trusteeships or positions where additional skillsets are required to oversee certain aspects in the delivery of service or for specific short term projects. All of our committee vacancies are advertised on the Oxfordshire Volunteers portal and you can find details via the links below.

Charity Fundraising & Campaigns Officer

Banbury’s hospital broadcasting service, Radio Horton has an exciting new opportunity for a keen, enthusiastic Charity Fundraising & Campaigns Officer. This role would be suitable for anyone looking to get into the charity or fundraising sector as a beginner or someone with previous career experience wishing to dedicate their time as a volunteer.

View Details & Apply through Oxfordshire Volunteers

Care Home Coordinator

As our Care Home Coordinator, your role will be to manage and facilitate the relationships between Radio Horton and the care homes and coordinating our volunteers visiting the homes to speak to residents about their musical interests and collect song requests for our care home request programmes.

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Social Media Hero

As a Social Media Hero, your goal will be to help drive engagements across our social media, promoting the work of Radio Horton. In particular, radio programmes, fundraising and events and health/wellbeing related content that may be of interest to our local community. All content must reflect our charitable objects.

You’ll have lots of creative juices, inspiration and ideas to attract new followers, in addition to increasing engagement with our existing audiences.

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Radio Presenters

Ever fancied getting into radio? Not sure where to start? Perhaps you have an original idea for a radio programme? We’re looking for volunteers at Radio Horton wanting to get involved with radio presenting/broadcasting on North Oxfordshire’s longest running radio station. 

No experience is necessary, full training is given, and what’s more, you’ll get to be part of a great team of hospital, health and wellbeing broadcasters.

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