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Trainer

Salary Circa £19,695

Cardiff/Swansea (To cover all of South Wales) 

Full Time 35 hours per week.

 St John Wales is seeking a motivated and qualified trainer with a passion for teaching and the aspiration to make a difference. The post holder will have experience in first aid and / or health and safety subjects. 


The ability to speak welsh will be an advantage.

We can offer a great place to work, the scope to make a difference and competitive benefits. You will be part of the commercial training team tasked with generating income in order to support the organisations charitable works as well as supporting the Charity’s vision of there being a First Aider in Every Home in Wales. Applicants will be provided with additional training and on-going development opportunities.

 

St John Cymru-Wales is Wales’ leading first aid charity. We believe that everyone who needs first aid should receive it. With 4,500 volunteers, supported by commercial training, supplies and ambulance services, we are a complex and diverse group offering a really exciting challenge to the right person.

 

For further details including job description please email Julie@stjohnwales.org.uk

 

To apply, please email a copy of your CV to trainingjobs@stjohnwales.org.uk or post to; HR, St John Cymru-Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB. 


Closing date for applications is midday on Friday 15th December.


Interviews are likely to be held the 21st December.


No agencies please.


Applicants who have not received a response by the 18th December 2017 should assume they have not been shortlisted. 

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Volunteer Vacancies

 

Morris Ambulance Support Volunteer

 

We are looking for a driver/drivers to support on our Centenary Project across Wales on an adhoc basis for events.

Responsible for assisting the Community Engagement Officer with transport of our Morris WW1 Ambulance Evocation to events and activities across Wales, as required during 2018.

 
Description of tasks: 
 
This role would suit an experienced driver with a passion for the charity and its heritage.  We need volunteers willing to support our centenary community engagement project by driving a vehicle, which will tow our Morris Ambulance to events, schools and exhibitions during 2018. In addition we will require you to learn how to drive the heritage vehicle for parking and positioning purposes and talk to the public about the vehicle when at eventsResponsible for assisting the Community Engagement Officer with transport of our Morris WW1 Ambulance Evocation to events and activities across Wales as required during 2018 

This role would suit an experienced driver with a passion for the charity and its heritage. 

We need volunteers willing to support our centenary community engagement project by driving a vehicle, which will tow our Morris Ambulance to events, schools and exhibitions during 2018.

In addition we will require you to learn how to drive the heritage vehicle for parking and positioning purposes and talk to the public about the vehicle when at events.

If you are interested in the above role, please email julie@stjohnwales.org.uk

Closing date is 14th December 2017

 

If you would like to find out more about volunteering with St John Cymru-Wales then please email memberservices@stjohnwales.org.uk 

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Priory House,
Beignon Close,
Ocean Way,
Cardiff
CF24 5PB

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