Island Coordinator, Community First Responders – Volunteer Role

We are currently recruiting for an Island Coordinator for our Community First Responders.

The Island Coordinator, Community First Responders is responsible for the operation of our Community
First Responders (“CFR’s”). It is envisaged that the post will be, or will become, an active CFR and will be
required to commit to volunteering for a minimum of 220 hours on call as a CFR each year.

This is a challenging position which requires excellent interpersonal skills and working with volunteers. An Enhanced DBS certificate is required for this appointment. To continue to operate in this role you must maintain the competencies required and an appropriate level of fitness where roles are physically demanding. The Commandery Medical Officer is responsible for making decisions on fitness for role based on previous performance and the medical form you will complete as part of the recruitment
process. You will work from home, with a shared resource at the Commandery HQ in Douglas, your duties will cover the Isle of Man.

Application from existing St John Ambulance volunteers is to be made by sending your CV with covering letter, via email, to: Martin Blackburn, OStJ, CPFA, Commissioner – Volunteer Operations, St John Ambulance Isle of Man by emailing: External applicants will need to complete a formal application form which can be downloaded from our website or sent to you by email. Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 15th March 2024. It is recommended that your CV or covering letter clearly demonstrate how you consider you fulfil the requirements of the role.

This job description is intended as an outline indicator of general areas of activity and will be amended considering the changing needs of St John Ambulance. It is expected that the post holder will be as positive and flexible as possible in using this document as a framework

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