Recruitment


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Volunteering with Scotia Medical Group will open a wide range of doors for any volunteer.
We believe that everyone should have the right to develop their skills both clinically and personally.

The opportunities we currently can develop are:
First Aid
Communications
Welfare
Command
Logistics
Trainer
Lead Volunteer roles

If you are thinking of a career in the medical profession, volunteering is great to have on your CV and to give back to your local community. If you just want a hobby and something to give back to your community then joining us maybe the right choice for you.
Our friendly and enthusiastic team are always on hand to help create a personalised learning plan for you to develop.

How do we do this:
By teaching vital lifesaving skills
Meeting fun and likeminded people
Volunteering is flexible to suite you
Become involved in planning and delivering some of Scotland’s biggest events

Our Values:
At the heart of everything we do Scotia Medical Group believes you should be RESPECTFUL to achieve all our values. We agree that we should present A UNITED FRONT so our volunteers can SEIZE THE CHANCE. Our Trustees recognise that LEADERSHIP STARTS FROM THE GROUND UP because we know YOU ARE INSPIRING. ACCOUNTABILITY is a value we must all recognise to drive Scotia Medical Group forward.

We are recruiting for first aid volunteers who will provide cover at events and deliver training to community groups. Volunteering is a great way to enhance your CV, learn new skills and meet new people. If you’re interested in learning first aid skills, then a volunteering role with Scotia Medical Group is just the thing for you. Our volunteer roles operate mostly in the evenings and weekends, however there are weekday opportunities as well. Applicants must be aged 16 and over and can commit to as many, or as few, hours as you would like.

To apply, simply complete this recruitment form and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Full training will be provided.