Are you a solution driven and customer-focussed IT professional looking for a full time, flexible hybrid working routine where you can share your expertise?If you have in-depth experience of administration of Microsoft products and working as an integral part of a large organisation then we want to hear from you!
We’re now on the lookout for an IT Infrastructure & Azure Specialist to join us on a full-time, permanent basis.
This is a hybrid home and office role with some travel to any of our locations across Scotland. Your location will ideally be near our Elgin office. Other preferred locations would be Dundee, Aberdeen or Glasgow. As travel is required in this role you must flexible to occasionally travel throughout Scotland when needed.
We are on a journey of digital transformation, engaging our frontline workers in the tools and technologies to help them do their jobs and improve the lives of the people we support.
As our senior IT Infrastructure Specialist, you will support the Head of ICT and Digital Transformation to make technically sound and financially astute infrastructure choices which provide a stable, secure and resilient IT environment for our more than 2000 colleagues. Your role will include investigating and resolving ICT systems and process issues, suggesting improvements and liaising with third part contractors providing hardware, software and other ICT related services ensuring that agreed SLA’s are met.
You will be responsible for the management, administration and operation of our Azure and 365 environments and play a key roll in our infrastructure and systems upgrade projects. A key function of your role will be to provide third line backup for the support team. There may be times that you will be required to lend a hand to our first line IT Support function, along with providing coaching and mentoring.
See attached Role Profile for full list of duties and responsibilities
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With over 40 years’ experience delivering great care and support, Cornerstone provides tailored, individual packages of care which focus on enabling people with a variety of needs, including learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and complex care needs, to live the best possible life. We aim to be the best employer in social care in Scotland and would love for you to come and join us. We thrive on teamwork and are passionate about the care and support we provide. If you're looking for a rewarding career where you know you can make a difference, then look no further.
We are an inclusive employer and encourage applicants from all backgrounds and communities. Talk to us about flexible working and reasonable accommodations.
Calling all Project Managers!! Are you a skilled communicator with a natural ability to influence, motivate and lead others and ready for your next project? Then look no further!
We have an exciting opportunity for a hands-on Project Manager with experience of successfully delivering change projects to join our team on a fixed-term 12-18 month contract. This role can be based in any of our offices across Scotland or as part of our hybrid working model.
Due to the extensive travel required in this role we will need you to have flexibility to travel across Scotland when required.
Cornerstone are delivering digital tools and associated processes to our colleagues to enable them to work more efficiently and improve the quality of the care they provide to the people we support. We already have the digital tools and we’ll be looking to you to lead the project which designs the optimal way for our colleagues to use these tools. As Project Manager, you will implement these best practice processes into our teams through colleague engagement, communication and training.
Reporting to the Director of Delivery, you will lead a small, dedicated project team and tap into the expertise and support of the wider Cornerstone organisation to deliver this strategically important project.
To be successful in this role, you will be;
It would be a benefit if you also have:
For a full list of key responsibilities and person specification, please see our Role profile attached to this advert.
With over 40 years’ experience delivering great care and support across Scotland, Cornerstone provides tailored, individual packages of care which focus on enabling people with a variety of needs, including learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and complex care needs, to live the best possible life.
Parkhead CAB is seeking applications for a suitably experienced and enthusiastic individual to join our staff team.
The post of Money & Welfare Rights Adviser is a vital post with Parkhead Citizens Advice Bureau. We believe strongly in making a difference for our clients. Our aim is to ensure that no one suffers through lack of knowledge of their rights and entitlements and that equally through social policy action we strive to make long lasting changes for everyone by raising issues with decision makers at a local and National level.
The post holder will contribute to this through providing money, financial capability and welfare rights information, case work and representation.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants a job that makes a real difference to people’s lives. The post holder will be working with colleagues and supporting highly trained volunteers to deliver welfare rights and money advice to our clients. You should have advice delivery experience and thrive on a challenge and assisting your clients to tackle their issues and support them to move forward and plan long-term solutions rather than a quick fix. We believe strongly in delivering a quality advice service in line with the Scottish National Standards. We are also committed to staff and volunteer training and we will ensure that you are fully supported in your role.
Parkhead CAB prides itself in recruiting staff who want to make a positive difference to the lives of those around them. Our priority is to make a welcoming and trusted environment for clients and an enjoyable work place for our staff and volunteers. We believe strongly in our staff wellbeing. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in then we would love to hear from you.
Responsible to: Assistant Manager/ CEO
The Mungo Foundation (TMF) is recruiting Trustees for our Board as we seek to improve and enrich the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities located mainly in Glasgow but with projects as far as Twechar, Lanark and Ayrshire.
You will be joining an experienced board of Trustees who welcome sharing their expertise with those with less experience and learning from those who bring different professional skillsets. Our Trustees oversee the strategy and governance of TMF to ensure that the charity is operated in the best interests of the people we support and their friends and families.
As a Trustee, this voluntary (and unpaid) position is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy and direction of the charity, contributing to the development of our work, promoting the organisation, contributing to effective governance and ensuring compliance with our legal obligations. We are interested in experienced or first-time Trustees who are committed to our cause and have a passion for our mission, vision and values and can make a valuable contribution to our development.
The main duties of a Trustee are to participate in Board and Committee meetings, normally up to 8 per year (and possibly one off-site day), acting as an advocate for TMF’s work, providing advice on strategy, serving as a channel of professional advice within the individual’s own area of expertise and identifying new opportunities. Experience in either Social Care or Finance (Chartered Accountant) is particularly welcome.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience of developing and promoting evidence based policy solutions, a track record of working with policy makers and a strong desire to help end child poverty.
The successful candidate will be able to communicate complex policy ideas in an accurate but accessible manner so that non-specialist policy makers can understand and act on them. You will have an understanding of policy making and parliamentary processes and will play a key role within CPAG in Scotland working alongside our Early Warning System project manager and social security experts to identify policy issues and inform policy makers and politicians.
You will also play a key role in writing high quality consultation responses, briefing papers, reports and other policy resources promoting CPAG's wider policy calls.
We welcome applications from any individuals with the skills and experience listed and we can be flexible in terms of the conditions of employment. This means we would be happy to discuss alternative working hours, days and patterns, and any additional needs or requirements. CPAG also prioritises and has a commitment to equal opportunities, which you can read more about in the job pack.