Volunteering with Kirklees Libraries

Kirklees Library Service would not be able to offer all the wonderful things we do without our brilliant team of volunteers. We are always on the look out for new volunteers. If you have a spare hour or two to offer, there may be a role for you. 

 

By volunteering you can enhance the lives of others by supporting the library service to: increase reading and literacy; improve digital access and literacy; support everyone to achieve their full potential; support everyone to live healthier and happier lives; enable greater prosperity; build stronger, more resilient communities; offer everyone access to culture and the opportunity to be creative. 

Our Volunteering Opportunities

 

Our volunteering opportunities can be found by visiting the TSL Kirklees website or do-it.org

To find out what roles are available, have a look through our leaflet below (or click

to download). For more information, download our volunteer role descriptions.

volunteer-booklet

 

 

See what some of our volunteers have to say about volunteering with Kirklees Libraries below:

How to Apply

 

If you are interested in volunteering with Kirklees Libraries, get in touch today. Call 01484 414868 and ask for ‘Huddersfield Library’ or email volunteer.recruitment@kirklees.gov.uk.

 

If you would like to apply for a role, please download and fill out this form and send it to volunteer.recruitment@kirklees.gov.uk. You can also drop in to your local library to collect a form.

Alternatively, leave your details below and a member of our team will be in touch.

 

Volunteering Contact Form

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Data Protection: All personal information provided will be kept in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 and will be held securely, confidentially and for no longer than is necessary. If you are successful in your application to volunteer, it will be held in your personnel file for the purpose of managing your time as a volunteer and not shared with anyone other than with your consent or where there is a legal reason to do so. This information will be held in line with the relevant Council Information Retention Schedule and will be disposed of securely when no longer required.