St Andrew's First Aid
St Andrew's First Aid

Charity registered in Scotland SC006750

St Andrew’s First Aid is Scotland’s leading First Aid charity dedicated to provide everyone in Scotland with the highest standards in First Aid skills, services and volunteering opportunities.


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Marketing and Communications Executive

  • Full time
  • up to £25,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st August 2018

For over 135 years St Andrew’s First Aid has been training the people of Scotland to save lives. In order to equip the people of Scotland to provide prompt and appropriate first aid to anyone suffering injury or sudden illness, we need to have sufficient funds in place and the strategies to make the organisation more sustainable.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Marketing and Communications Executive to promote our work and aims to businesses and the public, managing social media campaigns, the day to day running of social media platforms and PR support, as well as raise our profile and funds through events and volunteer fundraising teams.

This is an exciting and varied role for someone who is skilled in looking for new opportunities to help generate much needed revenue for the charity.

As well as identifying and promoting new events, you will manage regular events including the annual Scottish First Aid Awards and Scottish First Aid Week.

You must be an excellent copywriter with the ability to motivate and influence prospective supporters. Working with internal and external stakeholders, you will need to be able to work on your own initiative and collaboratively to achieve our aims and objectives.

Help us to make Scotland a nation of life-savers – together we can save lives.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure.

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Fundraising Officer

  • Part time
  • £25,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 10th September 2018

For over 130 years St Andrew’s First Aid has been training the people of Scotland to save lives. Charitable donations are absolutely vital to us because they allow us to continue our life-saving work by teaching more people first aid skills. In Scotland if you have a cardiac arrest outside of hospital, there is only a 1 in 12 chance of survival. We need to continue to teach first aid to schools and communities in Scotland in order to turn this statistic around and to provide prompt and appropriate first aid to anyone suffering injury or sudden illness.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Fundraising Officer to help us develop and implement our strategic plans for income generation from the community as well as corporate businesses, through events and community fundraising teams.

You will identify, and promote new events, as well as support current annual events. You will also recruit and establish a team of motivated community fundraisers and work with key individuals and groups, to increase St Andrew’s First Aid supporter base and income.

Possessing knowledge of community and events fundraising, you must be an excellent communicator with the ability to motivate and influence prospective supporters to maximise their fundraising activity. Working with internal and external stakeholders, you will need to be able to work on your own initiative and collaboratively to achieve our aims and objectives.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure.

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Event Assistant

  • Full time
  • £17,406
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 10th September 2018

For over 130 years St Andrew’s First Aid has been training the people of Scotland to save lives. Our volunteers provide first aid support at a variety of events throughout Scotland, the most recent being the European Championships in Glasgow. The Event Team based at our Headquarters in Glasgow, are responsible for co-ordinating and ensuring adequate cover to all events

We are looking for an Event Assistant to deliver administrative support to the Event team, they will be required to provide an efficient and effective service to all enquiries initiated from Events, and to assist in administration of all relevant documentation.

You will have a good understanding of database entry and update our volunteer database “Better Impact” and CRM databases ensuring adherence to GDPR and all other relevant data standards.

Possessing excellent written skills and grammar, attention to detail, quality driven approach and excellent communication, organisational and team-working skills.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure.

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Top job! Head of Volunteer Development

  • Full time
  • £40,000 – £45,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 21st November 2018

BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working exclusively with St Andrew’s First Aid to recruit a Head of Volunteer Development.

St Andrew’s First Aid is Scotland’s only dedicated first aid charity and their mission is to provide everyone in the country with the highest standards in first aid skills, services and volunteering opportunities. They believe that no-one should suffer or die because they needed first aid and didn’t get it. The network, of almost 1000 volunteers, works hard to provide the highest standards in first aid whether at events or teaching in communities across Scotland.

This is your opportunity to work with an inspiring and dedicated team supporting a large volunteer programme. The charity is recruiting a Head of Volunteer Development to provide leadership for the St Andrew’s volunteer Corps, ensuring a high standard of quality control and experience for its dedicated team of volunteers.

You will be a problem solver with the ability to co-ordinate volunteers and staff to work together effectively. You will be a leader with experience of working at a strategic level within a similar size of organisation and you will be able to communicate effectively and network across a diverse range of internal and external contacts and stakeholders.

The importance of the role of a St Andrew’s First Aid volunteer cannot be underestimated, they make safer communities and save lives. The Head of Volunteer Development has the opportunity to work at the heart of one of Scotland’s leading volunteer experience charities, making an enviable contribution to the sector.

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Volunteering

Event First Aiders

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Events

28th March 2018

As part of the team, you will be required to provide a high level of first aid cover to the general public at local and community events and where appropriate work within the guidelines of the Command and Control structure of the Scottish Ambulance Service. On occasion you may… Read more