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Every day people are leaving hospital scared and on their own. But you can help us change this.
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You can make sure stroke survivors in Scotland like Troy get the support they need after returning home from hospital.
Find out about the incredible impact your support is having and the amazing things you’re helping to achieve.
Search our current job opportunities to find a new role that’s rewarding, exciting and allows you to make a real difference every day.
Work With Us
Be part of Scotland’s biggest health charity supporting people with chest, heart and stroke conditions
Everyone who works for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland plays a vital part in helping people with our conditions live their lives to the full and get the support they need when they return home from hospital.
Looking for a rewarding, exciting opportunity which allows you to make a difference every day? Join #ClanCHSS and help us to ensure there’s No Life Half Lived in Scotland.
Whether you take on a role in our services team, join our bustling charity shops, help us raise funds or bring your skills to our office functions, every day you will be helping people across Scotland do more than survive – you’ll be helping them really live.
Read the stories of the people you’ll be helping
We’re committed to providing a positive working environment, with equal opportunities and a diverse team. We encourage training, learning and development across all departments to help you expand your skills and achieve your goals.
We never underestimate the power of a cup of tea. So get the kettle on and let’s have a chat about how your skills and experience can help us achieve our vision of No Life Half Lived.
“I’m proud to work for this special charity that helped me get back on my feet”
Stroke survivor Paula now works for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, the charity that helped her recover. She is so proud to help other stroke survivors just like her.
“I was only 29 when I had a stroke. I am here today because the support I got from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland gave me an anchor of hope when I was struggling to recover.
“I see at first hand the help and support Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland gives to thousands of people like me every year. And now I’m proud to work for this special charity that helped me get back on my feet.”
Read Paula’s story
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