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Staff Vacancies

 

Community Training Coordinator – Maternity Cover (6-12 months)

Location: Cardiff

Salary: Band 23 £19,695 - £24,745 per annum (pro rata)

Hours: 28 hours per week to include weekends and evenings

St John Wales is seeking a motivated and qualified Coordinator to co-ordinate, develop and support all community training activities of St John Cymru Wales and to contribute to the mission of a first aider in every street in Wales.

As the Community Training Coordinator you will provide advice and assistance to the Director of Training, Community Training Manager, Lead Trustee Training and other senior volunteers/staff on community training carried out by the organisation. This role will also coordinate and support activities, budgets and training plans set by the organisation.

This position offers excellent terms and conditions. Applicants will be provided with additional training and ongoing development opportunities.

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

Application form

Job description

Closing date for applications is 11th December 2016.  

Interview date is week commencing 12th December 2016

The position will start on 3rd January 2016

Applicants who have not received a response by the 16th December 2016 should assume they have not been shortlisted.


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.

The Prior for the Priory for Wales            

St John is a major international charity which provides first aid, health care and support services in over 40 countries around the world and is accredited to the United Nations.  The Order’s charitable work is carried out by the St. John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem and national St John organisations worldwide, with volunteers and staff of over 400,000.  The Prior for Wales is one of national St John organisations (International Priories) of the Order and is the leading first aid charity in Wales, which delivers its services mainly through the voluntary efforts of its members.

The Prior chairs the Priory Chapter of Trustees, as well as performing significant leadership and governance duties on behalf of the Order.  The charity now wishes to appoint an outstanding individual to succeed Mr Dan Clayton Jones, OBE, KStJ, TD, DL, who steps down as Prior for the Priory for Wales on Saturday 24th June 2017, having completed distinguished service for the permitted period of two trienniums in office.

The Role:

  • The Prior is the volunteer Head of the Priory, one of the International Priories of The Order of St John.
  • The Role of the Prior is to provide leadership and guidance to the Priory; to oversee the efficient running and governance of the Priory; to represent the Priory within the Order of St John and in the wider community; and to act as an Ambassador for the Priory at all times.
  •  
    •  Have standing in the community nationally.
    • By achievement, attributes and personality command widespread respect throughout the Priory and the Grand Council.
    • Have credibility and respect with the Welsh Government, the business and commercial community, major institutions, and other national charities.
    • Be able to provide strategic leadership to the Priory.
    • Be able to motivate volunteers and professional staff in the charity to deliver its charitable activities successfully.

      A candidate brief, containing full application details can be obtained by request by telephoning the Chief Executive, Mr. Keith M Dunn OBE, KStJ on 02920 449644 or by contacting him by e-mail: keith@stjohnwales.org.uk

      This is a major part-time role which is unremunerated.  Closing date for applications will be Monday 2nd January 2017.  Further information on St John

      Cymru-Wales can be found at www.stjohnwales.org.uk or information on the Order of St John can be found at www.orderofstjohn.org.uk

      Cardiff & Vale County

    • Deputy County Commissioner – Cardiff & Vale

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

      We are currently seeking the appointment of a suitably qualified and experienced person for the role of Deputy County Commissioner for Cardiff & Vale.

      This senior role will be accountable to the County Commissioner for Cardiff & Vale for the management of all volunteer personnel and activities within their county, in accordance with the charity’s regulations, policies and procedures, and for the furtherance of the principles and values of ‘One St. John’.

      Applications are invited from members of the one St John family for this interesting, varied and demanding role. Please submit your current CV 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 M Dunn OBE, KStJ, Chief Executive for St John Cymru Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB, or email gwyneth.hutton@stjohnwales.org.uk

    • role description

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

      Closing date for applications will be the Sunday 8th January 2017.

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

      Dyfed County

      Divisional Officer in Charge - Cardigan Division - role description

      If you are interested in  the above role, please send a letter of interest outlining why you believe you are suitable for the role and a copy of your CV to Nigel Lewis, County Commissioner at nigel.lewis@dyfedcounty.sjaw.org.uk

      Closing date for applications: 1st December 2016

      Gwent County 

      County Commissioner – County of Gwent

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

      The charity now wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced person for the role of County Commissioner for the County of Gwent. This voluntary role is an unpaid appointment and is non contractual.

      The person appointed will succeed Mr Andrew Mitchell who steps down from the role on Saturday, 24 June, 2017, having completed distinguished service for the permitted period of two trienniums in office.

      This senior role will be accountable to the Chief Executive for the management of all volunteer personnel and activities within their county, in accordance with the charity’s regulations, policies and procedures, and for the furtherance of the principles and values of ‘One St. John’.

      Applications are invited for this interesting, varied and demanding role. Please submit your current CV 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 M Dunn OBE, KStJ, Chief Executive for St John Cymru Wales, Priory House, Beignon Close, Ocean Way, Cardiff CF24 5PB, or email gwyneth.hutton@stjohnwales.org.uk

       role description

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

      Closing date for applications will be Sunday 8th January 2017.

      Applicants who are invited for interview will be asked to give a 10 minute presentation

      West Glamorgan County

      Divisional Cadet Officer - Port Talbot Division -  role description

      Divisional Badger Leader -Port Talbot 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 Corrine Bell, Divisional Officer in Charge at corrine.bell@porttalbot.sjaw.org.uk

      Closing date for applications: 25th November 2016

      County LINKS Officer -  role description

      Divisional Officer in Charge - Port Talbot Division - role description

      If you are interested in  the above role, please send a letter of interest outlining why you believe you are suitable for the role and a copy of your CV to Andy King, County HR Officer at

      andy.king@westglamorgancounty.sjaw.org.uk

      Closing date for applications: 12th December 2016

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Beignon Close,
Ocean Way,
Cardiff
CF24 5PB

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