Oxygen Chamber Operator

  • VO66758


MS Therapy Centre in Dundee is accepting applications from people to join their team of oxygen chamber operators. Our oxygen sessions operate 6 days a week in a non-clinical environment. Volunteers would ideally provide back-up and support to our lead chamber operators. Full training would take place on the premises. As some of our members require assistance in and out of the oxygen chamber, would ask that you are physically fit. Ideally volunteer sessions would last 2-3 hours, once a week. The chamber seats 8 people at one time.

Organisation aims and objectives

The main aim of MS Therapy Centre Tayside is to provide a relaxed, friendly atmosphere within a very sociable, non-clinical, community setting where a choice of therapies is available to people mainly with M.S. but also other conditions such as M.E. Circulatory problems, Cerebral Palsy, sports injuries, etc.










Ideally you would be available once a week for 2-3 hours. Training can take place to suit the volunteer and once fully trained you would undertake once evening session (1815hrs – 2000 hrs) along with a second operator


Due to insurance requirements, our operators must be 18 years of age
Experience required: Our volunteer would ideally be caring; sociable and friendly. Enjoy being in a relaxed atmosphere. Be willing to undertake the necessary training to operate the oxygen chamber.
Travel details: Peddie Street is situated between Blackness Road and Hawkhill. It is within walking distance of Dundee city Centre. Peddie Street is serviced by good bus routes on Blackness Road; Hawkhill and Perth Road.
Minimum age: 18


Taster available: Yes
Taster details: We welcome any potential volunteers to come along to the MS Therapy Centre to see what we do.
Training details: Volunteers will, after training work alongside one of our qualified operators or long term volunteer.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 3 months ago

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