Our work relies on the support of people – like you – who are driven to give something back to the community, and make a difference to people every day.
Could you offer support in any of the following roles? If so we would love to hear from you. Fill in your details on our Enquiry Form, or give us a phone on 0131 556 8711 and we will be in touch soon!
Patient Transport driver
Do you enjoy driving, have good people skills, and can offer a day or half day a week?
Our Patient Transport teams continually need volunteer drivers to help deliver this vital service. We currently run Patient Transport services in Dumfries and Galloway, Angus and Tayside, Fife, and Perth and Kinross, and are in the early stages of expanding into other parts of Scotland.
Our Patient Transport teams provide a vital service. They help people get to hospital for cancer treatment or dialysis, so they don't have to rely on public transport, or call on favours from friends and family to make the regular journeys.
We’re looking for volunteer drivers between 25-70 years old, who hold a full driving licence. Applicants are required to undergo a PVG disclosure check. All training is provided, and our Patient Transport teams use a fleet of dedicated vehicles, so you won’t have to use your own car.
If you’d like to find out more, fill in your details on our Enquiry Form and we will be in touch soon.
CPR is one of the most important skills people can learn to help save lives. Our volunteers regularly organise and take part in training sessions to help members of the public learn basic bystander CPR.
You don’t need a medical background to become a CPR Champion - we will provide all the training you need. If you enjoy interacting with members of the public and empowering people with the skills they need to save a life, this is the volunteer role for you.
Being a CPR Champion is an ad-hoc volunteering role, with most events taking place at evenings or weekends.
If you’re interested in getting involved, fill in your details on our Enquiry Form form.
St John Scotland has dedicated First Responder teams in Angus who work with the Scottish Ambulance Service to deal with emergency situations across the area, until the arrival of paramedics.