The post holder will be responsible for developing and facilitating a wide range of community activities for people living with dementia and their carers/families with a view to helping them to maintain social activities, relationships and community connections.
Successful candidates will have a positive approach to dementia supported by excellent communication and networking skills and an empathic, positive attitude. Having a creative flair and being a self-starter would also be an advantage as well as having experience of working with people with dementia. A willingness to develop through ongoing learning is essential.
Occasional evening and weekend work may be required and a driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential to the role.
Are you experienced in fundraising looking for your next senior role? We are offering a wonderful opportunity for a driven and focused individual to join the Quarriers fundraising team as Senior Fundraiser Corporate & Events. Do you have a flare for developing relationships, and organising events? if so, we want to hear from you!
Quarriers believe in helping people live the life they choose, and our fundraising team play a key part in the service we provide to adults and children across Scotland.
You will be part of a very successful Funding and Marketing team focussed on delivering a high level of results, supporting our events portfolio and inspiring the supporter experience.
As a member of the Fundraising team, you will contribute to the development and delivery of an Integrated strategy for the following:
This is a part-time permanent role, working 21 hours per week in line with our agile working policy which blends home-working with office time.
What you will need to be considered
What you will get in return
Quarriers have Investors in People Platinum accreditation.
Quarriers is one of Scotland’s leading social care charities. We provide practical care and support for vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. We challenge poverty and inequality of opportunity to bring about positive changes in people’s lives.
Are you an enthusiastic individual with experience in the 3rd sector looking to join a small, friendly, proactive team? CVS Inverclyde offers you the opportunity to make a real difference to the community and third sector organisations across Inverclyde. This new role’s responsibility ranges from strategy to training and involves grass roots face to face delivery.
We would particularly welcome your application if you have previously worked in a social enterprise, charity or voluntary organisation and want to use and develop your skills to support others within the sector.
Due to internal changes driven by newly funded projects, we are looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic individual to deliver CVS Inverclyde’s (CVSI) Third Sector Interface (TSI) function. The postholder will be responsible for delivering organisational development and capacity building support to the voluntary, community and third sector in Inverclyde.
We are seeking someone with broad third sector experience who can provide advice and support across a range of specialist areas, ideally based on their own previous experience. The post holder will be responsible for leading advice and guidance to groups around a range of key topics including governance, organisational development, business planning, partnership development and community development as well as signposting to appropriate agencies and national intermediaries.
The postholder will support the broader work of CVS Inverclyde in developing a strong Third Sector, including delivery of training, workshops and policy development relevant to the speciality areas connected with this post.
Moving On Inverclyde is a Centre of Excellence facilitating long-term Recovery pathways for individuals and their families with problematic substance use. Based in Greenock, we offer a four-phase modular programme based around themes of Hope, Change, Motivation and Resilience – and service users can start or exit at any stage relevant to them. These four stages, offer group sessions, key working and one to one sessions as well as peer led activities such as SMART Recovery, Auricular Acupuncture and Yoga and all of which have psychosocial interventions built in.
• Our Vision
Supporting individuals to achieve success for themselves, their families, and their community by rebuilding lives, restoring hope, and reshaping futures.
• Our Mission
Leading the recovery pathway throughout Inverclyde transforming lives through empowerment and connections.
Moving On Inverclyde’s accounts are produced annually by an external accountancy firm.
Xero Financial software is used to monitor and review budgets and incoming/outgoing costs.
As well as being a board member contributing to general discussions, specifically, the Treasurer will be responsible for overseeing the financial information and advising the board.
Working with the Service Manager to manage funding input and output.
Helping to analyse the yearly financial commitment and reserve policy.
Supporting the Services Administrator to record and submit accounts details if required.
Monitor and advise the board on the overall financial health of the charity.
Consult with bank signatories as required and ensure correct practices are in place.
Board meetings take place on a Monday evening, every six weeks.
Skills and Qualities required.
Knowledge of bookkeeping and finance management (as necessary)
Good financial analysis skills
Ability to communicate clearly.
Could you be Key?
Being a support worker is a role where you can make every day matter. It's a job with challenges that make your heart beat faster, where you can give something of yourself and empower amazing people on their journey through life.
At key we support disabled people of all ages to make every day matter.
We are passionate about being the very best employer we can be, ensuring our staff feel well supported and valued in their roles. As well as being part of a supportive, local team you will be eligible for:
• Hourly rate of £11.00* (Induction rate £10.90) - *pay award pending.
• Sleepover hourly rate of £10.90.
• Competitive annual leave and company sick pay.
• Enhanced pay for work on targeted Public Holidays.
• Paid Membership of Disclosure Scotland’s PVG Scheme.
• Full, in-depth training for your role.
• Fully funded SVQ qualification with support provided to achieve this.
• Employee Assistance Programme offering free confidential counselling, advice and support on a wide range of issues.
• A Workplace Pension.
• Free access to occupational health support.
• Credit Union Membership.
• Cycle to Work Scheme.
• Costco Membership.
• Blue Light Card/Blue Light Ticket registration which offer a range of discounts and savings.
• Concerts for Carers registration.
Join us and make every day matter! Support Workers and Relief Support Workers.
No experience necessary! Training and support will be given to help you achieve your full potential.
If you would like to get involved in support work but cannot commit to a contract due to other commitments, we also have opportunities for you to complement our existing workers by joining our relief register of bank support workers. This will mean you can work in a way that best suits you and fits with your life.