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St John Cymru-Wales is the nation’s first aid charity. We believe that everyone who needs first aid should receive it.
We wish to recruit a new member to join our fourteen strong governing body, the Chapter Board of trustees.
We need people who can help direct St John Wales towards achieving its mission and ensure the organisation is effectively managed. You would need to be able to make a commitment to St John and devote the necessary time; have strategic vision, independent judgement, an ability to think creatively and a willingness to speak your mind.
Ideally, the new trustee will also have skills and experience in one or more of the following areas:
We are particularly keen to achieve a diverse board of trustees, and we welcome
applications from all sections of the community.
We will pay trustees’ travel expenses and provide an induction into the role of a trustee and the work of St John Wales.
For an informal discussion about the role of trustee, please contact Keith Dunn, OBE, Chief Executive on 029 20449644.
The closing date for applications is Monday, 27 May, 2013.
This voluntary role is an unpaid appointment and is non contractual.
St John Cymru Wales would like to invite applications for the following prestigious voluntary youth roles. Applicants are asked to submit a CV and cover letter clearly stating the roles for which they would like to be considered and in which area. Applicants are able to apply for multiple roles.
Please submit all applications to the NHQ Youth Directorate via email (email@example.com) by no later than 5pm on Friday 24th May 2013. All applications will be acknowledged on receipt.
If you have any questions you can contact the youth department via email of via telephone on 029 20449638
St John would also like to invite applications to fill the post Outdoor Pursuits Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for outdoor pursuits in both Cardiff and the Vale County and Mid Glamorgan County.
St John Cymru Wales is looking to appoint a volunteer Nursing Advisor. The appointee will advise on matters relevant to advancing the work of nursing personnel within St John as one of Wales' leading charities. They will also promote the nursing aspects of St John Wales at all levels as well as within their profession. As a member of St John's Healthcare Governance Committee, the Adviser will play a key role in clinical governance and policy formulation.
To qualify for this appointment you must be suitably qualified, registered with the appropriate professional council (NMC/HPC) and have extensive knowledge of your chosen profession and clinical governance matters. Considerable energy, commitment and enthusiasm for St John Wales' charitable mission is essential
The role is likely to require approximately 1-2 days of commitment per month. For further details of these critically important and challenging opportunities please download the role descriptions.
If you wish to be apply, please send an up to date CV, together with a letter of application specifying which role you are interested in and why you wish to be considered, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this is a voluntary advisory rolea is an unpaid appointment and non contractual
Closing Date 29 April 2013
Door to Door Fundraisers (Wesser)
Wesser limited are currently looking for candidates to work as part of our national teams raising financial support for St John Cymru-Wales & St John Ambulance.
The role involves joining one of our many teams around the UK and fundraising on a door to door basis to generate funds that help local projects and charitable activities.
As relocation is required, Wesser provides fully furnished accommodation to a very high standard, ensuring a great place to relax at the end of a hard working day. A company car is also provided to each team.
Our teams work on a full time basis to secure the best possible number of supporters and funds for the charity.
The ideal candidate will be tenacious, motivated and driven to earn good money as well as support a great cause. Development and progression will always be made available for high achievers.
All of our fundraisers are provided with an excellent performance payment structure with a guaranteed hourly rate. On target earnings of £1500 per month.
To help you find your feet in the job, Wesser provides a comprehensive training package focused on ethical fundraising, personal development and leadership skills.
Apply now! You will be redirected to a quick and easy application form or to fast track your application call our recruitment hotline on 01462 704865.
Applicants will be contacted within 48 hours of submitted application.