CPR Coordinator Volunteer - Fife

  • VO89595


Our CPR Coordinator will support the delivery of bystander CPR demonstrations to community groups across your local area. The demonstrations are very hands on - we aim to give people the skills they need to recognise a cardiac arrest and take the appropriate action. We work with schools (from Primary 1 and above), community groups, businesses and other organisations. Demonstrations are organised and delivered by volunteers. St John Scotland promote the placing of Public Access Defibrillators in communities across Scotland and offer free CPR and defibrillator awareness as part of this work.

• Respond to training requests to build a calendar of CPR events to be delivered by our CPR Champion volunteers
• Lead a small CPR Champion volunteer team. Your role will be to communicate with the volunteers and organise regular volunteer meetings, including initial training sessions.
• Organise events, taking into account the individual requirements of the request, volunteer availability and travel distance
• Deliver bystander CPR training to people of all ages and backgrounds
• Manage the equipment required for the delivery of CPR events – training for this will be provided

Organisation aims and objectives

St John Scotland was formed in 1947, and for more than 70 years we have helped improve the lives of people in need through our charitable work. Today, our teams of members, volunteers and supporters across the country run projects which help save and enhance lives every day. These include our volunteer-run Patient Transport services, which provide free, comfortable transport to help patients get to hospital, and are a lifeline for hundreds of people going through cancer treatment or dialysis each year.











Experience required: • First Aid, CPR and/or defibrillator knowledge/training is essential • Ability to communicate effectively by phone, email and in person with volunteers and organisations requesting demonstrations • Organised, outgoing and welcoming personality • Supportive of volunteers • Ability to talk to groups of people and give demonstrations of CPR technique • Access to a car is desirable
Travel details: volunteers will be expected to travel around the area to support with the delivery of bystander CPR training. Access to a car is desirable. Volunteer travel expenses are covered.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Volunteer travel expenses are covered (according to St John Scotland Expenses policy)
Training details: • You will be provided with the necessary training to deliver Bystander CPR Training by St John Scotland • Volunteer travel expenses are covered (according to St John Scotland Expenses policy) • Ongoing support from our staff team and other CPR coordinators across the country as required • Ongoing volunteer training, mentorship and opportunities are offered as part of your role

Last updated 2 months ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.