Scotlands Charity Air Ambulance
Scotlands Charity Air Ambulance

Charity registered in Scotland SC041845

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is a registered Scottish charity set up to provide air ambulance capability to complement statutory resources across Scotland, delivering emergency relief of serious sickness and injury and assist the speed of recovery in time critical medical emergencies.

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Volunteer Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £20,000 – £25,000
  • Perth or Aberdeen Airport
  • Closing 30th April 2021

An exciting opportunity for an experienced Volunteer Coordinator to join Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is now open!

Based at Perth or Aberdeen Airport, the successful candidate will lead on overseeing the day to day support of our volunteers, deliver training & drive a significant volunteer recruitment program. SCAA currently enjoys support from over 120 dedicated volunteers, and in line with the planned expansion of our volunteering services in 2021, SCAA needs to recruit a dynamic and experienced team member to help us realise these goals.

If this sounds like the kind of challenge that you are looking for and you have the experience, passion and drive to help achieve this challenge we’d love to hear from you!

This vacancy has now closed

Corporate Partnerships Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £35,000
  • Perth or Aberdeen with some home working
  • Closing 29th October 2021

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) saves and improves lives across Scotland every day. Working in partnership with the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS), SCAA is an integral part of Scotland’s frontline emergency response network, responding to trauma incidents and medical emergencies across the country, covering an area of more than 30,000 square miles.

Due to an exciting period of growth and development, we are now looking for a Corporate Partnership Manager to work with the Director of Fundraising & Communications to spearhead the development and implementation of a new corporate partnership’s strategy. The role will identify and secure new corporate partners to significantly increase income, awareness and engagement with the SCAA brand. In addition, the role will deliver first class account management and stewardship for our existing portfolio of corporate partners to maximise their potential.

Key responsibilities of this role include –

  • Developing robust cultivation and stewardship plans for all corporate partnerships, ensuring engagement and support to help deliver the partnerships.
  • Working with the Director of Fundraising & Communications to develop a robust pipeline for new business corporate prospects that ensure the financial targets are met and exceeded.
  • Develop and maintain demonstrably successful relationships with key corporate supporters.
  • Working with the Director of Fundraising & Communications to develop and maintain a suite of high-quality materials to be used in proposals, applications, and presentations to help engage corporates.
  • Provide regular analysis on the market, identifying patterns and opportunities that SCAA could capitalise on.

The ideal candidate will have experience in the charity or commercial sectors. You should have a track record of managing corporate partnerships between business and/or charities, experience of securing new partnerships and clear evidence of business development including the development of proposals and pitches from initiation to launch.

If this sounds like you and you are ready for your next career challenge, we’d like to hear from you today!

This vacancy has now closed

Community Fundraising Officers (X3)

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £28,000
  • Three locations across Scotland (home based)
  • Closing 15th August 2022

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) was launched in May 2013 from Perth Airport to provide air ambulance capability in order to complement statutory resources across Scotland, delivering emergency relief of serious sickness and injury, as well as assisting in the speed of recovery time in critical medical emergencies. In April 2020, SCAA launched its second air ambulance which is based at Aberdeen Airport. Over the last eight years, SCAA has responded to over 3,000 callouts from its bases across Scotland. SCAA aim to provide a valued, sustainable, and leading national air ambulance service that is integral to emergency services in Scotland. On average, the team responds to two time-critical emergency call outs every single day.

This is an incredibly exciting time to join the team at SCAA. They are growing and looking to increase their presence across the entirety of Scotland. In addition to this exciting period of growth, SCAA are a national charity and receive no statutory government funding, so rely 100% on donations from the public to fuel their life-saving flights. Due to this, SCAA are now looking for three new Community Fundraising Officers to join the team. The three locations to be covered are:

• Glasgow based (this will also cover Stirling and Falkirk so could be based there)

• Perth, Dundee and Angus

• Argyll and Bute and surrounding areas.

The Community Fundraising Officer will work as part of the growing fundraising team and will work to identify, develop and analyse opportunities to maximise local fundraising income to meet or exceed income targets. You will be out and about in the community, working to develop and build relationships. You will work to organise and deliver successful fundraising events within your area. As a whole, you will work closely with volunteers, community groups, individuals and schools in order to increase brand awareness, maximise engagement, and overall drive fundraising in the region.

Whether you are an experienced fundraiser or you are looking to begin your career in the third sector, this role will be suitable for you. We are ideally looking for someone with a background in fundraising, with a knowledge of the current fundraising landscape. However, SCAA are willing to provide support, to mentor and grow candidates who are at the beginning of their career or have the right transferable skills. You may be someone with a background in sales or income generation with a passion for the sector. You may be someone who has just finished higher education (or equivalent) and has the drive and passion to succeed.