His second spell with the Dolly Blues was cut short after he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Now with a clean bill of health, he will make his return to the Giant Axe ahead of the 2022/23 Pitching In NPL Premier Division season, which is just nine days away.
Jarvis will provide versatility across the park and is capable of operating on the wing, at full-back and across the midfield.
He has also been a regular for the club throughout pre-season.
On his arrival, Dolly Blues manager Mark Fell said: “He’s fitter than I’ve ever seen him, he’s very hungry and has played with assurance this pre-season.
“This is not a signing out of sentiment. He’s been seriously impressive in his performances and will contribute to what we hope to be a successful season.”
Jarvis added: "I've never been out of the loop with all the lads. I'm still in the WhatsApp group!
“I've played with a lot of them over the years so it's certainly been a lot easier to come back into the fold.
"It's my hometown club so I've always got a lot of pride when I represent them.”
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