Work with us
Please check regularly for exciting opportunities to join our successful charity team.
Why work for Great Western Air Ambulance Charity?
When you work for us, you feel part of something special. By the time you come into work in the morning, our crew may well have saved the life of someone you know, someone living in your local community.
From fundraisers to highly skilled paramedics and senior consultants, we are a team, working to save lives that would otherwise be lost. The job can be high pressure, but it is deeply satisfying, and every member of the team is committed to this service, and to saving as many lives as we can.
We pride ourselves on being an excellent employer – with only 20 employed staff we are small enough to feel like a family, but as we raise £4m a year to keep our service running, we are large enough to have a professional set-up and to invest in our team.
We are keen to represent the diversity of the people we serve, and welcome applications from communities who may be under-represented in our workforce or the type of roles we are recruiting for.
Although we think the biggest perk to working with us is knowing you are helping to save lives*, here are some other benefits for our employees:
A 35 hour working week, with the option to pick your working hours flexibly between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday
Access to NHS/blue light discounts at hundreds of retailers
A friendly, open plan office with as much tea and coffee as you can drink* (we know what’s important)
Free car parking at the office and our base
Pension contributions of up to 4% of eligible earnings
Laptop, smart phone and branded clothing for relevant roles
Cycle to Work scheme and Childcare Vouchers
Free employee counselling service
Paid for professional membership, dependent on role
The chance to go to new places, meet interesting people and have experiences that you wouldn’t otherwise have!
£26,785 FTE | Full or part time
Do you know your IOSH from your NEBOSH? Your asbestos from your Legionella?
We're looking for someone to manage our buildings, oversee our health and safety and generally look after the physical things around us that help us do what we do and save lives.
You will be based at our airbase, seeing the important work our crew do everyday, and being in no doubt about the contribution of your work to that.
In return, we offer training and development opportunities, flexibility to develop your role in a way that is mutually beneficial, and a fantastic team environment.
Apply by sending your CV and a covering letter of no more than 6 pages combined to email@example.com
Closing date and time: 9am on Monday 10th May
Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC) is looking to expand the number of lottery canvassers in the region recruiting players for our highly successful weekly lottery.
There are vacancies for both part-time and full-time roles and any successful candidate will play a vital role as an ambassador of our charity. Your remit will be to engage with the public, either by canvassing door-to-door or by obtaining private site bookings, in the hope of getting people in the region to join our lottery for either £1 or £2 a week. You are free to choose your own hours of work and the regions within our boundaries that you recruit new members in, and most importantly you will be helping our fantastic charity generate some much-needed income.
If the role is of interest to you, please contact Mark Harris on 0333 577 5707 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tower Lotteries run and administrate the draw on behalf of GWAAC.
Volunteers - Join our Ground Crew!
We’re also always looking to welcome new volunteers to our team. It’s the local people who kindly give up some of their precious time who mean we are able to keep saving local lives. Everyone who works here at GWAAC is committed, enthusiastic and dedicated to keeping us flying. We enjoy what we do because it really makes a difference – and we would love to have you as part of our team. Whether you would like to help out in our offices, would like to volunteer at a fundraising event, or put on an event of your own, we would love to hear from you. Can you help us save lives?