MOD live chat
Are you considering leaving the Armed Forces? Have you ever thought of a future in the Ambulance Service?
If so, JOIN US on our next virtual live chat: Wednesday 30th June at 12pm.
The event will be hosted by our Recruitment team and SCAS Military Champions who will talk to you about career opportunities available within the Trust and who detail their own experience of transition from the MOD to SCAS. We are also delighted to be joined by colleagues from (NHS Employers) Step into Health programme.
This is a great opportunity for you to learn about the role and understand the key aspects of the role and for you to ask us any questions that you may have about this role and how to apply!
To join the chat we will need to send you a specific link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest, by return we will send you a link to join us on the day!
Whether you’re an experienced paramedic looking for a fresh challenge, currently studying and considering where to begin your career, or simply want to feel you’re making a difference with your skills and experience every day you come to work, use this site to discover the wide variety of clinical and non-clinical roles we are recruiting for today.
Will Hancock – Chief Executive
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MEMBERS OF STAFF
“There is no ordinary day in SCAS – it’s dynamic, exciting and full of new experiences. Likewise there are no ordinary people – there is an extraordinary team committed to delivering the best care to our patients.”
Ben Voller – Clinical Operations Manager
“I am passionate about integrating robust leadership, performance management and clinical practice. Every day is different and I am privileged to have the opportunity to contribute to improving patient care within an organisation that is a provider and employer of choice.”
Jen Hall – Paramedic Team Leader
“I really enjoy working for the education department in SCAS, enabling new staff to start an exciting career and keep current staff updated in their techniques and knowledge.”
Kenneth Wilcox BSc – PTS Education