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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2 x Trainer / Assessor

  • Part time
  • £24,088 – £26,497 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th February 2019

There is now the opportunity for two part time Trainer/Assessors working out of our Glasgow HQ.

The Trainer/Assessor is responsible for the delivery and/or assessment of all Association first aid and related courses.

Travel to other venues required.

Weekend and evening work required.

Driving licence required.

Main duties and responsibilities

· To deliver training courses and conduct assessments to a consistent and fair standard in accordance with St Andrew’s First Aid requirements.

· To maintain current competence and continuous personal development, in accordance with the St Andrew’s First Aid Training standards.

· To work with permanent staff, casual workers and volunteers to maintain a high standard of training and assessing.

· Accurate completion and prompt submission of all relevant course documentation.

· To arrive in good time, to prepare the training room and greet students.

· To liaise, on arrival, with client company contacts to ensure the smooth running of the course.

· To work within St Andrew’s First Aid health and safety, training and other policies and procedures as implemented within the organisation.

· To pilot new initiatives in training when required.

· To act as a point of contact for first aid advice.

· To maintain a high standard of training and delivery equipment. Report any faults or damage to equipment through the required processes when they occur.

· To ensure that all equipment used is cleaned and stored in accordance with procedures.

· To be responsible for custody, maintenance and transport of personal equipment.

· To perform any other duties commensurate with these responsibilities, the grade of the post and skill and qualifications of the post-holder, and from time-to-time, the reasonable requirements of the Senior Trainer.

A basic disclosure will be required for this post.

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Senior Trainer

  • Full time
  • £26,653 – £29,372
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th February 2019

There is now the opportunity for a Senior Trainer working out of our Glasgow HQ.

The responsibility of the Senior Trainer is to provide support to the Corps Development department by designing, developing and implementing a volunteer training programme. The training requires that all volunteers are skilled and qualified to carry out their duties and achieve the aims of St Andrew’s First Aid.

  • Travel to other venues required.
  • Weekend and evening work required.
  • Driving licence required.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Identifying the learning and development needs within the volunteer Corps.
  • Working with volunteers to help them plan their learning and development.
  • Evaluation of volunteer training and development programme.
  • Participate in emergency planning activities.

A basic disclosure will be required for this post.

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2 x Volunteer Development Officers

  • Full time
  • £22,844 – £25,564
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th February 2019

There is now the opportunity for two Volunteer Development Officers working out of our Glasgow HQ.

The Volunteer Development Officer will be responsible for key aspects of volunteer development such as recruitment, induction, training, retention, motivation and engagement.

• Travel to other venues required.

• Weekend and evening work required.

• Driving licence required.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Promote volunteering within the organisation.
  • Recruitment and selection – Managing the recruitment and placement of volunteers.
  • Manage the induction of volunteers.
  • Plan, organise and monitor volunteering activities.
  • Learning and development.
  • Volunteer conduct – address problems with volunteers’ performance and conduct.
  • Promote productive working relationships between volunteers and other stakeholders.
  • Develop and maintain partnership working to support the delivery of the volunteering strategy.
  • Identify, assess and control health and safety risks.

Manage projects involving volunteers.

  • Organise events involving volunteers such as meetings, seminars, forums, internal conferences, promotional events and social events.
  • Manage the quality of services involving volunteers.
  • Maintain CPD.
  • Managing and developing area emergency planning and resilience, along with managing volunteers providing these services.
  • Work in partnership with the Area Executive Committee to develop local activities in line with delivering the organisation’s aims and objectives.
  • Liaise with the Volunteer Development Trainer to ensure that volunteers are trained and competen
  • Liaise with the Volunteer Development Trainer on interview training for volunteers.
  • Deal with conflict, volunteer conduct issues to mediate and resolve.
  • To represent the organisation as appropriate at meetings of relevant external stakeholders/organisations/partners
  • Liaise with the Finance, Marketing and Training departments as appropriate.

A basic disclosure will be required for this post.

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Trainer/Assessor

  • Full time
  • £25,052
  • Glasgow/Edinburgh
  • Closing 4th March 2019

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Commercial Team, for a highly motivated Trainer/Assessor with strong communication skills and first aid training experience. The jobholder will predominantly work from our Glasgow and Edinburgh Training Centre’s working 5 days over 7, but will be required to travel to other parts of Scotland from time-to-time.

The Trainer/Assessor, reporting directly to the Training Manager, will be responsible for the delivery and/or assessment of St Andrew’s First Aid Training and Supplies Ltd.’s various first aid and related courses. The successful applicant will also work as part of a team to review learning materials and aspects of business development.

The individual will have experience in the delivery and assessment of ‘First Aid at Work’ courses and hold a recognised training qualification. The person should also be proficient in the use of Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Senior Fundraiser – Trusts and Foundations

  • Full time or Part time
  • £26,653 – £29,372
  • Glasgow and/or Edinburgh
  • Closing 5th March 2019

For over 135 years St Andrew’s First Aid has been training people to save lives, equipping the people of Scotland with appropriate first aid skills. Our vision is to help prepare every community to deliver first aid with confidence so that no life is lost or suffering endured due to lack of these essential skills. To deliver this we need to have sufficient funds in place and the strategies to make the organisation more sustainable.

As the official first aid organisation for some of Scotland’s most exciting events, our volunteers are consistently delivering the highest standards of first aid cover and training across Scotland.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Senior Fundraiser to help us develop and implement our strategic plans for income generation from Trusts and Foundations.

Your excellent interpersonal, communication skills and creative flair will help create compelling and high quality funding proposals, ensuring donors and potential donors connect with St Andrew’s First Aid and understand the impact of their support. The post holder will manage each grant application from submission to decision stage and be responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of the projects, ensuring the funder is kept up to date on progress.

Working with both internal and external stakeholders, you will need to be able to work on your own initiative and collaboratively to achieve our aims.

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

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