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Staff Vacancies

Patient Care Assistant (PCA)

Location: Cardiff

Hours:  Full and part time hours available

Salary: £7.20 per hour, rising to £7.80 per hour after 6 months and 20 shifts

St John Cymru-Wales is Wales’ leading first aid charity supported by commercial training, supplies and ambulance services.

Due to continued expansion St John Cymru-Wales are currently seeking a number of Patient Care Assistants to support the growing Patient Transport Team in our various sites.

As a Patient Care Assistant you will assist the Patient Transport Attendant in the transportation of non-emergency ambulatory and stretcher patients who require a minimum level of care and assistance.  As part of the role you will be expected to transfer patients to and from specific locations, as specified on a day to day basis; liaising closely with hospitals/care staff to provide a high quality service to our clients and maintain the professional image of St. John.

No previous medical experience is required, just a caring attitude and a friendly and willing disposition. 

What we offer:

  • first aid training
  • manual handling training
  • an opportunity to gain experience within the healthcare sector
  • a chance to make a real difference to people’s lives and wellbeing

 What we want from you:

  • have been driving for 2+ years
  • hold a valid, full UK driving license with no more than three penalty points

 Apply:

To apply, please download and complete the application form and return with a covering letter and CV  to natasha.dabrowska@stjohnwales.org.uk or post to; Human Resources, St John Cymru-Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB.

Job description

Application form

Closing date for applications is Friday 7th October 2016.

Due to the nature of this work, we are required by legislation to obtain an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service for all successful applicants.

 

Patient Transport Attendant (PTA)

Location: Cardiff

Hours:  Full and part time hours available

Salary: £7.80 to £8.84 per hour

St John Cymru-Wales is Wales’ leading first aid charity supported by commercial training, supplies and ambulance services.

Due to continued expansion St John Cymru-Wales are currently seeking a number of Patient Transport Attendants to support the business on Urgent Care Services and Ad-Hoc work.

As a Patient Transport Attendant in the transportation of ambulatory and stretcher patients who require a minimum level of care and assistance.  As part of the role you will be expected to transfer patients to and from specific locations, as specified on a day to day basis; liaising closely with hospitals/care staff to provide a high quality service to our clients and maintain the professional image of St. John.

No previous medical experience is required, just a caring attitude and a friendly and willing disposition. 

What we offer:

  • first aid training
  • manual handling training
  • an opportunity to gain experience within the healthcare sector
  • a chance to make a real difference to people’s lives and wellbeing

What we want from you:

  • have been driving for 2+ years
  • hold a valid, full UK driving license with no more than three penalty points

Apply:

To apply, please download and complete the application form and return with a covering letter and CV  to natasha.dabrowska@stjohnwales.org.uk or post to; Human Resources, St John Cymru-Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB.

Job description

Application form

Closing date for applications is Friday 7th October 2016.

Due to the nature of this work, we are required by legislation to obtain an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service for all successful applicants.


Volunteer Vacancies

St John Cymru Wales is looking to recruit and fill a number of exciting positions across Wales. All positions are open for non-members and members of St John Cymru Wales to apply.

Safeguarding Officers

County Safeguarding Officer - role description

  • Cardiff & the Vale County
  • Gwent County (2 positions avaliable)

If you are interested in the above roles, please send a letter of interest outlining why you believe you are suitable for the role and a copy of your CV to Helen Butler, National Safeguarding Manager at helen.butler@stjohnwales.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 26th September 2016

Cardiff & the Vale County

Divisional Cadet Officer - Rhiwbina/Llanishen Division -  role description

If you are interested in the above roles, please send a letter of interest outlining why you believe you are suitable for the role and a copy of your CV to Nathaniel Board, County HR Officer, nathaniel.board1@cardiffandthevalecounty.sjaw.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 7th October 2016

Gwent County

Vacancy for Chairperson St John Cymru-Wales Council - Gwent

St John Cymru-Wales is the nation’s first aid charity. We believe that everyone who needs first aid should receive it.

We are looking for a very special person to help us achieve our aims by chairing our St John Cymru-Wales Council in Gwent.

Accountable to the Prior for Wales, the successful applicant will lead their Council to grow the presence of St John and improve the charity’s services in Gwent. They will play a critical role in fundraising to support the Charity’s aims. They will develop effective working relationships with the Lord Lieutenant (who is the President of the Council), County Commissioner, Trustees and Headquarters staff.

To apply for this senior vacancy, please submit the completed application form together with an expression of interest letter, outlining how your experience and expertise can be brought to bear to meet the requirements set out in the person specification to:

Keith Dunn OBE, Chief Executive for St John Cymru Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB, or email laura.hughes@stjohnwales.org.uk

role description

application form

Closing date for applications will be Friday 7th October 2016.

If you require any further information then please do not hesitate to contact Keith Dunn on 02920 449644.

This voluntary role is an unpaid appointment and is non contractual.

Powys County

2x County Youth Officers - (Due to the geography of the county the post holders will oversee both Badgers & Cadets but within separate North and South divides within the county.) Both role descriptions will apply  - County Cadet Officer role description, County Badger Officer role description   

County Fundraising Officer -  role description

County HR Officer -  role description

If you are interested in the above roles, please send a letter of interest outlining why you believe you are suitable for the role and a copy of your CV to Paul Tranter, County Commissioner at paul.tranter@powyscounty.sjaw.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 19th September 2016

 

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Beignon Close,
Ocean Way,
Cardiff
CF24 5PB

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