As Pelican voyage crew members, young people from all backgrounds, aged between 14 and 25, embark on a voyage of self-discovery. They join us to learn from experts in sail training, explore the possibilities of a maritime career or pursue a passion for ocean science and environmental conservation. We’re looking for an enthusiastic expedition medic to cover the role of Volunteer Health and Welfare officer providing pastoral support and emergency health cover for coastal voyages around the United Kingdom and Ireland. Dates: 5th June – 20th Dublin – Dublin. Along with future voyages.
We will arrange and pay for travel, support arranging indemnity insurance and cover those expenses too.
You should be a UK registered doctor/nurse/paramedic registered in the UK, ideally with recent acute/emergency care experience. You will be supported virtually by our lead Health and Welfare Officer, plus the option of case discussion with our emergency care consultants as required from the Bristol Royal Infirmary NHS Trust.
A comprehensive medical kit Is provided on board, and all participants undergo pre-voyage health screening.
To apply or for further information, please email Marc Robinson; Lead Health and Welfare officer, Contact: email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
Seas Your Future is the trading name of Adventure Under Sail, a small charity involved in sail training, maritime careers and ocean science. We are seeking to recruit local volunteer Ambassadors at an exciting time in our development, to raise our profile, to attract new sources of funding, and to develop partnerships with youth organisations to deliver our mission. Over the next five years we have the exciting opportunity potentially to double the number of young people who sail with us, but we need additional skills and resources. Could you help us?
Our mission is “….to educate young people, through the provision of sailing or sailing related activities and other training and so as to develop their physical, mental, and social capabilities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society and their conditions of life may be improved”.
We pursue these objectives on board the tall ships Pelican of London and Fridtjof Nansen by:
Young people need support now more than ever. This is a great opportunity to contribute positively to the development of young people and to partner with some committed and passionate individuals
If you would like an informal discussion for further information, please contact Simon Thorrington our Development and Partnerships Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
We could not maintain our tall ships, Pelican of London and Fridtjof Nansen, without the help and support of our volunteers. Become a volunteer and your time will be highly valued. We rely on volunteer crew throughout the year, and our Tall Ship requires regular maintenance when it is in dry dock in Sharpness or Bristol to ensure safety and comfort for the sailing crew and youth trainees. To Become a Volunteer please complete and email our Volunteer Application Form to: email@example.com
Our 2020 Development Plan outlines our aims and objectives for the next few years.
Crew and students share experiences with you on their Seas Your Future voyages with College Partners and Darwin200.