Volunteer Collecting Can Coordinator

  • VO65125


Description

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is a registered charity whose purpose is purpose is 'the emergency relief of sickness and injury and the protection of human life by the provision of an air ambulance across Scotland'.
In time-critical medical emergencies we have identified four core aims:
*Save life
*Preserve life
*Increase survival rates
*Assist the speed of recovery
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance works in close cooperation with the Scottish Ambulance Service.
SCAA is seeking volunteers to manage collecting cans in the Aberdeen Area. You will be the point of contact in your area that will service the cans – this includes placing them in local shops, pubs, restaurants etc. and arranging collection and replacement when full – then banking these vital funds. You will be fully supported by a staff member and given full instructions. If you have a few spare hours and are looking for a flexible volunteer role revolving around getting out and about in your community – then get in touch as we need you!
For further details please contact Katrine MacPhail at email: k.macphail@scaa.org.uk / tel no: 0300 123 1111

Organisation aims and objectives

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is a registered charity whose purpose is purpose is 'the emergency relief of sickness and injury and the protection of human life by the provision of an air ambulance across Scotland'. In time-critical medical emergencies we have identified four core aims: *Save life *Preserve life *Increase survival rates *Assist the speed of recovery Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance works in close cooperation with the Scottish Ambulance Service.

Restrictions

Experience required: Someone who is confident, happy to talk to and build relationships with local businesses, has a few hours to spare.
Travel details: Throughout the Aberdeen area. We would encourage you to work within your local area to keep travel costs down. Expenses however can be claimed.
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: If there was a circumstance when cans beyond the volunteers agreed area needed to be serviced and they were happy to tend to these we would cover the mileage used.
Training details: Volunteers will continually work alongside their point of contact, be supported with materials and training and given a training opportunity shadowing a fellow volunteer or staff member.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 8 days ago

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