We have developed this website to tell you about the opportunities we have at South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and to support you through your induction in to one of the best ambulance services in the country.
We were the first ambulance trust to be rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission, with inspectors highlighting in their report that our staff are proud to work for SCAS and demonstrate high levels of care, compassion and dedication.
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
Where can you work at SCAS?
There are many exciting and dynamic roles available at SCAS including clinical frontline, coordination centre and back office support. If you’re not sure what role suits you best, take a look here.
ROLES AT SCAS
LIFE AT SCAS
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
Recruitment Insight Day – 14 September 2019
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) are committed to having a workforce that reflects the diverse communities we serve.
We welcome everyone, but particularly Black, Asian, Minority Ethnicities (BAME) job seekers / community leaders to attend this event, to gain an insight into the roles we have available within the Trust.