Join Our Team At Hessilhead Rescue Centre
We currently have no vacancies.
We need your help at Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Centre in Ayrshire. There are many ways you can support us. But why not become a member of our team?
Hessilhead employs a manager, 6 full-time wildlife rehabilitators and 2 seasonal wildlife care, assistants. Vacancies will be posted here when available
Hessilhead caters for c3000 casualties a year and currently employs 6 wildlife care assistants. Please submit your CV and Application via our Contact Form or call our team on 01505 502415 for more information.
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Volunteer At The Centre
Local volunteers help on a daily basis, feeding, cleaning and monitoring patients. Here we would need to know which day of the week you would be able to volunteer and ask for a weekly commitment of at least 4 hours. If you are interested please return the completed application form.
Resident volunteers stay in cabins on site. This gives an opportunity to become more involved with the running of the centre. As such you can help with evening feeds and admissions and to take part in rescues, releases and fundraising events. Download details of what you could learn/experience as a resident volunteer. If you are interested please also read the notes for resident volunteers, and return the completed application form.
Volunteer Your Services
Donate and Recycle
Please Contact Us if you can volunteer as a driver to help bring wildlife casualties to the Hospital and return them for release.
Please Contact Us if you are able to offer skills (such as builder, joiner, electrician or architect, etc.) that would be of use for building and maintenance at Hessilhead. We have many enclosures in need to maintenance and upgrading to care for our patients.
Other Ways To Volunteer
Please Contact Us if you feel you have any other skills that would be of use to Hessilhead. We are always very appreciative of any support offered. Hessilhead is an independent charity. Funds are raised through the Membership and Sponsor-a-Patient schemes and through fundraising events. Our running costs rise year on year, and we are always grateful for any help with fundraising.Contact Us To Volunteer
Such an important place for wildlife rehabilitation. Support if you can. They work hard and always need newspapers etc. Took in an underweight juvenile hedgehog for me to bring up to weight. Got an update on him when I asked. They are very to the point and your rescue is in the best hands. Please help with funding or donations of newspaper etc if you can.