Space and the Broomhouse Hub
Space and the Broomhouse Hub

Charity registered in Scotland SC003706

Our mission at Space and Broomhouse Hub is to nurture, support and inspire people, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and our communities flourish. We are a community organisation supporting local people and families in South West Edinburgh, with some services stretching city wide.

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Project Worker - Youth Befriending

  • Part time
  • £24,732 – £28,265 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 21st March 2024

About Space

Space @ the Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide.

At Space we see a future where communities thrive, where people belong and lead fulfilling lives. We believe that connections build communities

We deliver 17 projects, with 70 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families and older people,

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic Project Worker to join our expanding Youth Befriending Team as we increase our service, which currently covers South West Edinburgh, to take in the whole of the city.

The Project Worker will join our existing team of three staff who coordinate our volunteer based befriending service for young people aged 5-16 years who are affected by parental drug and/or alcohol use. Matches between volunteer befrienders and the young person last for a minimum of 12 months.

Key tasks in this role include:

  • Managing a caseload of volunteer befriender and befriendee matches.
  • Recruiting, training and supervising volunteer befrienders.
  • Identifying interests and personal attributes in befrienders and befriendees to create appropriate and fulfilling matches.
  • Supporting befrienders to plan activities the child/young person would benefit from to help them engage in additional opportunities and connect to suitable networks in their local area.
  • Plan and attend group activities for children/young people and volunteers.
  • Record appropriate information gained through assessment, monitoring and review in order to provide quantitative and qualitative data about the service.
  • Provide On Call telephone support for befrienders/befriendees, being part of a rota schedule for evening and weekend cover.

The successful person will have a minimum of two years’ experience working directly with vulnerable children, young people or families.

They will have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by families effected by drug and/or alcohol use.

They will be educated to HNC level in Youth Work, Community Education, Child Care or another topic relevant and beneficial to this role.

*This role requires a degree of flexibility around hours of work. This role will involve being On Call until 8.30pm some weekday evenings (approx. 6 per month) and some Saturdays (approx. 1 in 4).

If you would like to discuss any areas of the role prior to applying please contact youthbefriending@spacescot.org

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Beacon Club Project Manager

  • Part time
  • £31,175 pro-rata
  • A mix of working from The Broomhouse Hub - EH11 and Tron Kirk Gilmerton -EH17
  • Closing 26th November 2023

The Beacon Club

The Beacon Club is an enriching and stimulating day service for older people living with dementia, mild cognitive impairment and those facing social isolation.

Our dedicated staff and volunteers work to improve the quality of life of our members by providing a tasty lunch, fun activities and company in a safe social setting.

While members are at the club their carers also benefit from some respite, knowing that the person they care for is in good hands.

The Beacon Club operates across South Edinburgh with bases in the South West at The Broomhouse Hub, currently running Monday – Friday, and in the South East at Tron Kirk Gilmerton, currently running two days per week with expansion planned.

The Role

Space is looking for a caring and passionate manager to join our team, taking the lead role in our Beacon Club.

The Beacon Club Project Manager will ensure a quality, effective and compliant service is delivered, whilst holding the needs and fulfilment of the members at the forefront.

The role will include:

  • Managing, training and providing ongoing support to staff and volunteers so that they flourish in their role.
  • Liaising with local and national partners to raise the profile of the Beacon Club across the city and sector.
  • Engage with the team, club members and their carers to monitor and develop the service.
  • Manage referrals, waiting lists and support the team with home visits.
  • Maintain accurate records and data in order to generate regular reports and contribute to funding bids.

The successful post holder will have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by older people living with dementia, either through lived experience or professional practice.

They should also have good knowledge of any legislation and regulations relating to older people, and be aware of community based services or networks available in the localities.

They will be able to demonstrate prior leadership in a team management role.

The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.

About Space

Space is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide.

WE BELIEVE THAT CONNECTIONS BUILD COMMUNITIES

Space delivers 22 projects, with around 70 staff and over 200 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

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Marketing & Communications Officer

  • Part time
  • £24,732 pro-rata
  • A mix of remote working and working from the office - Broomhouse Hub, Edinburgh, EH11 3RH (at least 1 day per week in the office)
  • Closing 26th September 2023

Space is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is: ‘To build community connections that nurture, support & inspire, addressing social and economic issues so that everyone can fulfil their potential.’

Space delivers 22 projects, with around 70 staff and over 200 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

We are looking for a creative person to join our team, working with all of our projects to ensure our stories are shared, increasing awareness of the fantastic work we do.

This is a very varied role, with no two days the same. The successful post holder will be organised with excellent communication skills, they’ll be able to demonstrate adaptability and a friendly, positive, can-do attitude.

The Marketing and Communications Officer will work with our various service delivery teams and take the lead on external and internal communications, reaching our stakeholders, funders, staff and volunteers. They will ensure our diverse range of services are visible on digital platforms and good old fashioned paper marketing resources.

The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.

The hours for this role will predominantly be Monday to Friday daytime, but there is a requirement within the role to be present at events so there will be occasional evening and weekend hours.

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Top job! Senior Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • £31,175 pro-rata
  • The Broomhouse Hub, Edinburgh, EH11 3RH
  • Closing 4th September 2023

About Space

Do you want to work for an organisation that truly cares about its staff?

Do you want to use your skills to make a difference to the lives of hundreds of families every week?

If the answer is yes, Space is the place for you.

Space @ the Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide.

At Space We see a future where communities thrive, where people belong and lead fulfilling lives

With members and partners, we address wellbeing and economic challenges through our services and Social Enterprises

We believe that connections build communities.

We deliver 17 projects, with over 60 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space is seeking an experienced Senior Youth Worker to join our existing team.

The main purpose of the role is to plan, organise and deliver a programme of interesting, fun youth work activities in consultation with the young people that access the club, ensuring they are at the centre of their own planning.

The Senior Youth Worker will facilitate a much needed safe space in the community for children and young people to engage in a range of youth work opportunities, encompassing informal education, fun and issue based sessions.

The post holder will provide direct support to our youth workers and volunteers, and be a key leader in our Youth & Families team, building positive working relationships within Space and externally.

Key Tasks include:

  • Consult with young people to help shape an annual programme of creative, fun activities
  • Plan, implement and deliver weekly sessions alongside the youth work team, encouraging the young people to participate and engage
  • Facilitate the staff and volunteer briefing at the beginning of each session, ensuring the aims and objectives are clear
  • Liaise with the Project Manager before sessions to discuss local/national issues, safety concerns and other relevant matters that may contribute to how sessions are delivered
  • Participate in a debrief with the staff and volunteers after each session. Using the time to identify outcomes, highlight any concerns and potential new areas of work, documenting these in a written evaluation
  • Keep abreast of sector knowledge and standards, research and best practice
  • Be a role model for all staff and stakeholders, showing optimistic, determined and positive leadership
  • Encourage all staff to engage and contribute constructively to matters across the organisation
  • Demonstrate dynamic leadership in line with Space values and comply with organisational HR policies and employment law.

The successful person will have at least 3 years of experience in a Youth Work role and have a recognised professional qualification in youth work, community education, childcare or other subject relevant to this role.

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

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Project Manager - Youth Befriending

  • Part time
  • £31,175 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh/homeworking blend
  • Closing 30th July 2023

About Space

Space @ the Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide.

At Space We see a future where communities thrive, where people belong and lead fulfilling lives. With members and partners, we address wellbeing and economic challenges through our services and Social Enterprises. We believe that connections build communities.

We deliver 17 projects, with over 60 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic Project Manager to join our Youth Befriending Team.

The purpose of this role is to manage Space services that provide befriending to children and/or young people and their families. Ensuring quality, effectiveness, compliance and efficiency whilst holding the needs of the children/young people at the forefront.

The Project Manager will be a key leader in the Youth & Families team, building positive working relationships within Space and externally.

They will support the Head of Service to continually plan, monitor, assess and develop projects within the befriending services, and across the wider Youth & Families services.

They will be a role model for all staff and stakeholders, showing optimistic, determined and positive leadership

Key Tasks include:

  • Overseeing all day to day befriending activities which contribute to the delivery of Space services for children and young people affected by parental drug and/or alcohol use, living in kinship care and experiencing social isolation.
  • Managing a team of staff and volunteers in order to deliver high quality services for befriendees and befrienders within an agreed budget
  • Proactively engage with children/young people, their families, and stakeholders to plan and implement person-centred programmes to meet individuals needs
  • Maintaining accurate records of progress and outcomes, using the data to generate regular reports for funders
  • Raising awareness of and promoting Space befriending services and other Space services
  • Working alongside Space Fundraisers to locate opportunities for further funding and contribute to funding applications.

The successful person will have a recognised professional qualification in social work, youth work, community education, childcare or other subject relevant to this role.

They will have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by families in a variety of different personal situations, in particular the effects of drug and/or alcohol use.

They will be able to demonstrate how their experience within a management role makes them a leader with excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to naturally connect with a range of people across ages and walks of life.

This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme.

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Project Worker - Youth Befriending

  • Full time
  • £24,732 – £28,265
  • Edinburgh/homeworking blend
  • Closing 9th July 2023

About Space

Space @ the Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide.

At Space We see a future where communities thrive, where people belong and lead fulfilling lives. With members and partners, we address wellbeing and economic challenges through our services and Social Enterprises. We believe that connections build communities

We deliver 17 projects, with over 60 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic Project Worker to join our expanding Youth Befriending Team as we increase our service, which currently covers South West Edinburgh, to take in the whole of the city.

The Project Worker will join our existing team of three staff who coordinate our volunteer based befriending service for young people aged 5-16 years who are affected by parental drug and/or alcohol use. Matches between volunteer befrienders and the young person last for a minimum of 12 months.

Key tasks include:

  • Managing a minimum caseload of 20 volunteer befriender and befriendee matches per year.
  • Recruiting, training and supervising volunteer befrienders.
  • Identifying interests and personal attributes in befrienders and befriendees to create appropriate and fulfilling matches.
  • Supporting befrienders to plan activities the child/young person would benefit from to help them engage in additional opportunities and connect to suitable networks in their local area.
  • Plan and attend group activities for children/young people and volunteers, in partnership
  • Record appropriate information gained through assessment, monitoring and review in order to provide quantitative and qualitative data about the service with the wider team.
  • Provide On Call support for befrienders/befriendees, being part of a rota schedule for evening and weekend cover.

The successful person will have a minimum of two years’ experience working directly with vulnerable children, young people or families.

They will have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by families effected by drug and/or alcohol use.

They will be educated to HNC level in Youth Work, Community Education, Child Care or another topic relevant and beneficial to this role.

*This role requires a degree of flexibility around hours of work. This role will involve being On Call until 8.30pm some weekday evenings (approx. 6 per month) and some Saturdays (approx. 1 in 4).

If you would like to discuss any areas of the role prior to applying please contact Hazel Bell, HR Manager hazel.bell@spacescot.org or call 0131 455 7731.

This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Adult Carers Engagement Worker (working with Carers aged 26-35)

  • Part time
  • £25,156 pro-rata
  • A mixture of working from The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH, working in the community and home working.
  • Closing 28th February 2023

Space is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide. Our mission is:

‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

Space deliver 17 projects, with over 60 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit a suitably experienced and skilled Engagement Worker to join our Adult Carers team in South West Edinburgh to develop a new, creative and innovative project for isolated Carers aged 26-35.

The post holder will work as part of our growing Carers Team to improve the health, wellbeing and personal development of carers aged 26-35 in the South West of Edinburgh via access to person centred support that reflects their needs and interests.

This post will facilitate and develop engagement opportunities such as drop-ins and community events to identify and involve isolated carers age 26-35 in our community projects.

This post will support and empower isolated carers and help inform our practice in outreach and community engagement for the future.

Candidates will need to have suitable qualifications, have experience of working with adult carers and have at least two years proven experience in a role delivering individual and group work.

This post will require some evening and weekend working.

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

Download the full job description and person specification can be found below.

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Young Persons Counsellor or Art Therapist

  • Part time
  • £30,267 pro-rata
  • A mixture of working from The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH and local schools
  • Closing 21st February 2023

Space is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching citywide. Our mission is:

‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

Space deliver 17 projects, with over 60 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

For more information about Space and all our projects can be found on our website – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit a suitably experienced Counsellor or Art Therapist to deliver one to one support to children and young people aged 5-26 years of age.

Through therapeutic support, the post holder will build young people’s confidence and self-esteem, enabling them to better cope with their individual challenges.

Suitable candidates for this role must have worked with young people under 26yrs in a therapeutic setting, ideally having some experience of working with children aged 5-18yrs, and have a broad understanding of the difficulties young people face.

The post holder will attend regular support and supervision with Space Head of Youth & Families as well as attend external clinical supervision to discuss caseload, the cost of which will be paid by Space.

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

Download the full job description and person specification can be found below.

Wellbeing Together South West Partnership

This role is part of the Wellbeing Together South West partnership, which has been set up to offer early support to 5-24 year olds, and young people who are care experienced aged up to 26 years.

Focused on mental health, wellbeing, and distress, the free services within the partnership will be delivered by four community organisations – Space @ The Broomhouse Hub, SAMH, Big Hearts Community Trust and With Kids.

With funding from the Scottish Government, this partnership aims to provide support at the earliest opportunity to prevent mental health challenges developing for children and young people and reduce the need for them to require intensive mental health services.

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Community Link Worker

  • Part time
  • £29,070 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh. Time split between Craiglockhart and Braids medical practice with occasional remote working.
  • Closing 11th January 2023

The main role of the Community Link Worker is to provide a person-centred service that is responsive to the needs and interests of a GP practice and its patients. This Community Link Worker position is based between Craiglockhart Medical Group and Braids Medical Centre.

The Community Link Worker will support patients referred by GPs to:

· Identify issues affecting their ability to live well

· Identify personal outcomes and priorities

· Provide a person centred approach to support patients to overcome barriers to achieving personal goals

· Link people to local and national services and agencies.

The Community Link Worker will support the GP practice teams to have increased knowledge and understanding of local and national resources available to their patients. They will also build relationships and processes between the GP practice and community resources, statutory organisations, other health services and voluntary organisations.

The post-holder must have experience of working with people who are facing complex social and emotional circumstances. They will also have excellent and effective interpersonal skills, being able to demonstrate an ability to work with people on a 1:1 basis as well as experience in networking and relationship building with other professionals and organisations.

The full job description and person specification can be found below.

About the Community Link Worker Programme:

The Community Links Worker programme, funded by EVOC and Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership, is delivered in partnership with GP Practices and the 3rd sector to support people to live well through strengthening connections between community resources and primary care.

This Community Link Worker post holder will be employed by Space & Broomhouse Hub and will be supervised and supported by Space Adult Community Services Manager and the Community Link Worker Network City Wide Lead who will work together to ensure that the post holder is on track to meet outcomes prescribed by the Scottish Government and Edinburgh Integrated Joint Board.

This post will be based predominantly between the two medical practices with occasional remote working.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 60 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

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This vacancy has now closed

Employability Project Manager

  • Part time
  • £27,449 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 27th November 2022

We are seeking an experienced people manager to join our Training Academy team. The post holder will:

  • Oversee Space employability projects which support young people and people with multiple barriers to employment
  • Be a key leader in the Training Academy team, building positive working relationships within Space and externally
  • Line manage a small team of employability project staff (currently 1 full time and 2 part time staff)
  • Collaborate with project staff, trainees and volunteers to ensure course contents are of a high quality, kept relative to the needs of the participants, are enjoyable, are delivered effectively and are impactful
  • Deliver 1:1 employability support to trainees, creating personalised action plans

The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years of work experience in a management role and be able to demonstrate strong leadership skills. They will have a recognised professional qualification in community education, careers guidance, training or other subject relevant to this role.

They will also have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by young people and those with barriers to employment.

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 60 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker – Young Carers (5-16yrs)

  • Full time
  • £27,449
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 4th December 2022

Space are seeking to recruit a suitably experienced and skilled Project Worker to join our Young Carers service in South West Edinburgh.

The post-holders will work alongside colleagues in our Young Carers team to raise awareness of young carers age 5-16yrs and their support needs, identify hidden young carers, and deliver Young Carer Statements to ensure that personal outcomes and support needs are being met, in accordance with the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016.

The candidates will need to have suitable qualifications and experienced of working with children and young people, with at least three years proven experience in a role including individual and group work.

Young Carers Partnership Profile:

Space, alongside Edinburgh Young Carers and Capital Carers (formerly North West Carers) form the ‘Edinburgh Young Carer Partnership’. The partnership has been funded by the City of Edinburgh Council to provide specialist support to young carers and young adult carers across Edinburgh.

The three partner organisations believe that working together as the Edinburgh Young Carer Partnership will provide a more comprehensive and holistic package of support, that works across the 4 city localities and will be a more cost-effective way of funding the specialist services necessary to support these young people who are young carers.

About Space:

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 60 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker – Adult Carers

  • Full time
  • £27,449
  • South West Edinburgh
  • Closing 4th December 2022

Space are seeking to recruit a suitably experienced and skilled Project Worker to join our Adult Carers service in South West Edinburgh.

The post-holder will work as part of our growing Carers team to improve the health, wellbeing and personal development of carers in the South West of Edinburgh.

This post holder will support and empower carers to access person centred support for their caring role including signposting, working in partnership with other carers services and wider community support organisations.

We work closely with the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership Integrated Carers Team and health professionals from the Carer Support Hospital Discharge Team to ensure personal outcomes and support needs of carers are met.

The candidates will need to have suitable qualifications and experience of working with adult carers, with at least three years proven experience in a role including delivery of individual and group work.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 60 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Training & Employability Project Worker (BAME parents)

  • Part time
  • £27,442 pro-rata
  • The Broomhouse Hub, Edinburgh, EH11 3RH
  • Closing 19th July 2022

The Role

We are looking for an experienced Training and Employability worker to join our team, working with our established group of BAME parents.

The project worker will work with unemployed parents to find paid employment and employed parents to find better employment. They will deliver and develop a Work Club & 1:1 employability support.

The project worker will support these people through 1:1 support and group training, helping them to access opportunities to move them along the employability pipeline.

The parents' group currently consists of BAME female members, a sound understanding of the cultural sensitivities of women from ethnic minorities is essential.

Key duties

• Contribute to the delivery & development of our parents' work, Planning Futures for Parents, which provides inspiring training & support for unemployed parents looking for work and employed parents looking for better employment

• Support BAME parents to apply for suitable paid employment or opportunities that progress them through the employability pipeline

• Deliver and develop a work club for BAME parents who are looking to access specific sectors of work or job roles

• Consult BAME parents to gain feedback and co-design program content to ensure it is meeting their needs

• Stay abreast of job, work placement, and training opportunities in sectors of interest to support parents into new opportunities

• Work with external training suppliers to provide relevant training courses and/or specialised sessions

• Promote projects through a range of means in order to recruit BAME parents who are looking for work

• Provide 1:1 employability support to BAME parents to monitor progress and create a personalised action plan

• Signpost to partners who offer specialised support where needed

• Develop monitoring and evaluation systems to track work against targets and produce quarterly reports to the Learning & Wellbeing Manager

• Maintain accurate detailed records for each trainee, ensuring funder database is updated

• Recruit, train, and support volunteers

The full Job Description for the role can be found below.

About Space

Space and The Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is: ‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

As part of our developing services we are recruiting an experienced Training Employability Project Worker to work in our Training Academy, supporting people with barriers to employment to get into, or closer towards, paid employment.

Space Training Academy is a community training service run by a team of dedicated staff and volunteers that offers engaging group training and 1:1 employability support to people in the community.

Find more information about Space here spacescot.org

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Training & Employability Project Worker

  • Part time
  • £27,442 pro-rata
  • The Broomhouse Hub, Edinburgh, EH11 3RH
  • Closing 12th July 2022

We are looking for an experienced Training and Employability worker to join our team.

The project worker will work with people who are experiencing barriers to employment such as people with learning difficulties, mental health challenges, and those who have experience of the criminal justice system. The project worker will support these people through 1:1 support and group training, helping them to access opportunities to move them along the employability pipeline.

Key duties

  • Deliver & develop a programme of engaging and inspiring employability group training & 1:1 support
  • Support people to apply for suitable paid employment or other opportunities that helps them progress through the employability pipeline
  • Stay abreast of job, work placement, volunteering and training opportunities in sectors of interest to support people into new opportunities
  • On occasions work with external training suppliers to provide relevant training courses and/or specialised sessions
  • Promote Space projects through a range of means in order to recruit people looking for training and support with a view to ultimately finding paid employment
  • Provide 1:1 employability support to people to monitor progress and address issues
  • Develop monitoring and evaluation systems to track work against targets and produce quarterly reports
  • Recruit, train and support volunteers

The full Job Description and Person Specification for the role can be found below

About Space

Space and The Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is: ‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

As part of our developing services we are recruiting an experienced Training Employability Project Worker to work in our Training Academy, supporting people with barriers to employment to get into, or closer towards, paid employment.

Space Training Academy is a community training service run by a team of dedicated staff and volunteers that offers engaging group training and 1:1 employability support to people in the community.

Find more information about Space here- Our Services – Space

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What is PHEW?

Within the partnership, PHEW offers 18 to 25 year olds a safe and friendly space to make connections with others and develop a better understanding of mental health and wellbeing, in a group setting, or via 1:1 support.

PHEW delivers weekly drop in group sessions (currently a mix of in person activities and online sessions) and individual support.

The service is co-designed by young people who have identified ways to best improve their mental health and wellbeing. The group has engaged with a mix of recreational and educational activities designed to promote improved emotional wellbeing. PHEW has engaged many young people who had been disengaged from or uninterested in engaging in other services.

The Role

The key purpose of the PHEW Project Worker is to improve the quality of life of young people age 18-25yrs in South West Edinburgh. This is achieved by providing 1:1 and group support, information, and advice which should build young people’s confidence and self-esteem, enabling them to better cope with life’s challenges.

The majority of the weekly hours are to be worked on a Thursday including a commitment to Thursday evening group work 4.30pm – 8.30pm. The remaining hours are flexible but consideration must be made to suit the needs of the young people

Please see the full Job Description for more detailed information about the role.

Background

In an effort to strengthen mental health and wellbeing services for children, young people and their families living in the South West of Edinburgh, Space is the lead partner of a new partnership that was launched in January 2022.

‘Wellbeing Together South West’ has been set up in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council to offer early support to 5-24 year olds, including young people who are care experienced aged up to 26.

Focused on mental health, wellbeing, and distress, the free services will be delivered by 4 partners, based in the community:

  • SAMH Scotland’s national mental health charity
  • SPACE, a community anchor organisation in Broomhouse with local needs at its heart
  • Big Hearts Community Trust, the official charity of Heart of Midlothian FC in Gorgie
  • With Kids, a children’s mental health charity specialising in intensive therapeutic interventions

With funding from the Scottish Government, this partnership aims to provide support at the earliest opportunity and prevent mental health challenges developing for children and young people and reduce the need for them to require intensive mental health services.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming – Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun – Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative – Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold – Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and the great work we do go to spacescot.org

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Care Assistant – Beacon Club

  • Part time
  • £18,784 pro-rata
  • Tron Kirk Gilmerton, Edinburgh, EH17 7NX
  • Closing 4th May 2022

Space and The Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is:

‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

Space deliver 17 projects, with over 50 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

As part of our developing services we are recruiting an experienced Care Assistant to work in our Beacon Club service in Tron Kirk Gilmerton, supporting older people affected by cognitive impairment and mild dementia.

The Beacon Club is an enriching and stimulating day care service with dedicated staff and volunteers. We believe that people with dementia are entitled to respect and dignity and we are passionate about improving the quality of life for our members and their carers, in our local communities.

The Role

The Beacon Club Care Assistant will be responsible for:

  • Assisting the Service Coordinator with the day to day running of the Beacon Club, supporting older people affected by mild dementia and cognitive impairment, ensuring that the interests of members and their carers are at the forefront of all activities
  • Promoting quality of life and the wellbeing of Beacon Club members, ensuring their physical, emotional and social needs are met
  • Contribute to planning and running of a programme of interesting activities for members
  • Engage in conversations with members, taking an interest in their lives and experiences, showing an understanding and respect for the value and dignity of their lives

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

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Service Coordinator – Beacon Club

  • Full time
  • £26,299
  • Tron Kirk Gilmerton, Edinburgh, EH17 7NX
  • Closing 4th May 2022

Space and The Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting people and their families in South Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is:

‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

Space deliver 17 projects, with over 50 staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

As part of our developing services we are recruiting a Service Coordinator to work in our Beacon Club service in Tron Kirk Gilmerton, supporting older people affected by cognitive impairment and mild dementia.

The Beacon Club is an enriching and stimulating day care service with dedicated staff and volunteers. We believe that people with dementia are entitled to respect and dignity and we are passionate about improving the quality of life for our members and their carers, in our local communities.

The Role

The Beacon Club Service Coordinator will be responsible for:

  • The day to day operational running of the Beacon Club, supporting older people affected by mild dementia and cognitive impairment, ensuring that the interests of members and their carers are at the forefront of all activities
  • Promoting quality of life and the wellbeing of Beacon Club members, ensuring their physical, emotional and social needs are met
  • Assisting the Services Manager to carry out home visits to conduct individual assessments, risk assessments and personal care plans with members and their carers.
  • Recruit and train volunteers, providing regular guidance and support & supervision
  • Maintain accurate records including referrals, members’ personal plans and summary of daily activities.
  • Contribute to the continued development of Space Adult Community Services and promote these services to individuals and organisations across South Edinburgh

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

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Adult Carers Support Worker

  • Part time
  • £24,012 pro-rata
  • This role will require a mixture of home working and working from our office at The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
  • Closing 26th April 2022

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

We have 30 years’ experience of working with and supporting Adult Carers in South West Edinburgh.

We work in an integrated manner with the Edinburgh Health Social Care Partnership Integrated Carers Team, health professionals from the Carer Support Hospital Discharge Team and other third sector organisations in the city.

Our aim is to identify and support adult carers, providing advice, information, peer support groups, one to one support and signposting carers to access further services on offer across the city.

The Role

We are recruiting for a part time Support Worker to join our expending Adult Carers team, to continue our work of improving the health, wellbeing and personal development of Adult Carers in the South West of Edinburgh via access to person centred support.

We are looking for someone with prior experience of working with individuals and in groups, working towards positive outcomes in a way which assesses need, addresses issues and is imaginative and empowering for people.

The support worker will work in conjunction with the Adult Carers Project Worker to:

· Provide information and advice to carers which is person centred and sensitive to their individual situation

· Complete adult carer support plans

· Facilitate carers and peer support groups

· Liaise with networks e.g. Link Workers and GPs to help identify carers who are particularly isolated

· Assist carers with financial assessments to access financial support, grants and benefits

· Maintain case records and details of all carer contact, keeping internal database updated

· Collaborate with Space Young Adult Carer Services to ensure a smooth transition to Adult Carers services and continuity of support

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found attached.

We’re all about being healthy and happy at Space, so we have several options for working flexibly. The post is for 12 hours per week, the hours can be flexible across the week apart from a commitment to working 5.30pm and 8.30pm on the last Wednesday of the month to facilitate our adult carers support group.

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Carers Project Manager

  • Part time
  • £28,963 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 21st March 2022

We’re all about being healthy and happy at Space, so we have several options for working flexibly. Please talk to us if you have any reservations about applying. There are no guarantees, we need to balance requests with the needs of the service, but we’re open to having a chat – if it’s good for you, we reckon it’s probably good for us.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50 staff and over 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun- Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy- Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

We are seeking an experienced Team Manager to join our Youth & Families Department. The post holder will:

  • Oversee all of our services for Carers which provide vital support to improve the lives of Carers and their families living in South West Edinburgh.
  • Ensure quality, effectiveness, compliance and efficiency of our Carers Services whilst holding the needs of the Carers at the forefront.
  • Be a key leader in the Youth & Families team, building positive working relationships within Space and externally.
  • Support the Youth & Families Service Manager to continually plan, monitor, assess and develop projects within the Carers Services, and across the wider Youth & Families services.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years of work experience in a team management role and be able to demonstrate strong leadership skills. They will have a recognised professional qualification in social work, youth work, community education, childcare or other subject relevant to this role

They will also have a sound understanding of the needs and challenges faced by carers in a variety of different personal situations.

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

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Thrive Peer Worker

  • Part time
  • £18,599 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh. A mix of homeworking with regular visits to Space & NHS company offices, plus other community venues.
  • Closing 18th March 2022

We’re all about being healthy and happy at Space, so we have several options for working flexibly. Please talk to us if you have any reservations about applying. There are no guarantees, we need to balance requests with the needs of the service, but we’re open to having a chat – if it’s good for you, we reckon it’s probably good for us.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

About Thrive

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a ground-breaking approach to mental health services across Edinburgh. The South West Thrive Welcome Team brings together a collaboration of partner organisations to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people in South West Edinburgh, to enable them to live well and fulfil their potential. This partnership is between Space, SAMH and the Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership working under NHS governance.

Our organisations share a commitment to the Thrive vision and values of trust, respect, collaboration, person-centeredness, innovation, and compassion. Together we deliver a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency response so that citizens receive the right help at the right time.

What is Peer support?

Peer support is intentionally using lived experience to support others and is well known within recovery and mental health services across the world. Peer Work within Thrive is centred around supporting citizens to identify and work towards achievable and meaningful recovery goals, drawing on mutual resources as peers and utilising a range of recovery tools, techniques and experience.

We believe the peer support relationship should facilitate the sharing of personal experiences in a way which is purposeful, modelling personal responsibility, self-awareness, self-belief, self-advocacy and the sharing or teaching of coping, self-help and self-management techniques.

Peer working should also help citizens to identify and overcome fears within a relationship of empathy, trust and honesty, and challenge negative self-talk.

The Role

The main role of the Thrive Peer Worker is to use your own lived experience of mental health and recovery solutions to reduce the toll of poor mental health, and to promote good mental health practices, with citizens and within our communities. It is also about promoting the understanding and values of peer work.

This is achieved by providing short term, one-to-one, emotional and practical mental health support to citizens across South West Edinburgh, providing a space to discuss issues at their own pace, explore skill development and tools to support citizens to manage their mental health challenges

Peer support workers play a central role in the planning and provision of quality, recovery focused support to people who use the service.

The full job description listing all key tasks is attached.

For more information about Thrive Edinburgh, click here.

If you would like to have a conversation about the role or project before applying please contact Sharon Gurr sharon@spacescot.org.

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Reception Administrator

  • Full time
  • £23,400 – £25,900
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 14th March 2022

We’re all about being healthy and happy at Space, so we have several options for working flexibly. Please talk to us if you have any reservations about applying. There are no guarantees, we need to balance requests with the needs of the service, but we’re open to having a chat – if it’s good for you, we reckon it’s probably good for us.

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish charity working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

We are looking for an experienced receptionist and administrator to join our team at our newly built community hub.

This is a very varied role, with no two days the same. The successful post holder will be organised with fantastic communication skills, they’ll be able to demonstrate adaptability and a friendly, positive, can-do attitude.

The Reception Administrator will be a key member of the Facilities Team ensuring that Space provides a welcoming and safe environment for staff and visitors.

They will be a central point of contact across all Space projects, providing administration and technical support to staff, and ensure the efficient operation of reception, office and meeting rooms.

The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.

The hours for this role will predominantly be Monday to Friday daytime, but there will be a requirement for occasional evening and weekend working to facilitate events.

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Relationships and Fundraising Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,936
  • A mixture of home working and working from The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
  • Closing 14th February 2022

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250+ volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun- Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold- Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy- Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

We are recruiting a Relationships and Fundraising Manager to lead operations that generate money through partnerships, trusts and foundations, grants, donations, and all other aspects of fundraising.

The Relationships and Fundraising Manager will:

  • Lead the development of an organisational funding strategy to sustain resilient and robust income streams for all of our work, to include a calendar of fundraising appeals and events, ensuring a planned return on any investment; growing unrestricted income, meeting financial and organisational objectives, targets and KPIs.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with trusted partners in order to increase Space’s income across Trusts, Foundations, Corporate Supporters and individuals.
  • Create ingenious ways to raise awareness of Space and its services, implementing marketing strategies and promotional campaigns to attract new funding opportunities.
  • Prepare annual forecasts and quarterly budgets for review to deliver agreed outcomes and inform future funding applications.
  • Represent Space at relevant groups and bodies. Organising and attending speaking events and networking with relevant stakeholders.

The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.

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Thrive Peer Worker

  • Full time
  • £18,599
  • Edinburgh. A mix of homeworking with regular visits to Space & NHS company offices, plus other community venues.
  • Closing 6th December 2021

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – www.spacescot.org

About Thrive

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a ground-breaking approach to mental health services across Edinburgh. The South West Thrive Welcome Team brings together a collaboration of partner organisations to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people in South West Edinburgh, to enable them to live well and fulfil their potential. This partnership is between Space, SAMH and the Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership working under NHS governance.

Our organisations share a commitment to the Thrive vision and values of trust, respect, collaboration, person-centeredness, innovation, and compassion. Together we deliver a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency response so that citizens receive the right help at the right time.

What is Peer support?

Peer support is intentionally using lived experience to support others and is well known within recovery and mental health services across the world. Peer Work within Thrive is centred around supporting citizens to identify and work towards achievable and meaningful recovery goals, drawing on mutual resources as peers and utilising a range of recovery tools, techniques and experience.

We believe the peer support relationship should facilitate the sharing of personal experiences in a way which is purposeful, modelling personal responsibility, self-awareness, self-belief, self-advocacy and the sharing or teaching of coping, self-help and self-management techniques.

Peer working should also help citizens to identify and overcome fears within a relationship of empathy, trust and honesty, and challenge negative self-talk.

The Role

The main role of the Thrive Peer Workeris to use your own lived experience of mental health and recovery solutions to reduce the toll of poor mental health, and to promote good mental health practices, with citizens and within our communities. It is also about promoting the understanding and values of peer work.

This is achieved by providing short term, one-to-one, emotional and practical mental health support to citizens across South West Edinburgh, providing a space to discuss issues at their own pace, explore skill development and tools to support citizens to manage their mental health challenges

Peer support workers play a central role in the planning and provision of quality, recovery focused support to people who use the service.

The full job description listing all key tasks is attached.

For more information about Thrive Edinburgh, click here.

If you would like to have a conversation about the role or project before applying please contact Sharon Gurr sharon@spacescot.org.

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Senior Training and Employability Project Worker, Space Training Academy (STA)

  • Part time
  • £26,236 pro-rata
  • This role will require a mixture of home working and working from our office at The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
  • Closing 8th November 2021

About Space

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold- Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy- Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

The purpose of Space Training Academy is to support people in the South West Edinburgh community to move into, or closer towards, paid employment.

Current members include parents, adults with learning disabilities, young people aged 16-30, adults with mental health challenges & ethnic minorities. This particular role is predominately focused on recruiting parents into our services.

The Training and Employability Project worker will:

• Deliver projects from end-to-end, including set up, design and delivery of training programmes

• Help members build solid foundations in order to begin or progress through their employability journey. This may include addressing barriers and signposting to partners who offer specialised support such as income maximisation, childcare or emotional support

• Deliver person-centred training and other development opportunities for members in line with their abilities and aspirations. You will also arrange for external training to be provided as required.

• Document all activity in our funder database- Caselink

• Work in partnership with other teams in Space & The Broomhouse Hub, community organisations, educational institutions and businesses in South West Edinburgh, and city wide, in order to identify positive destinations and other opportunities for our trainees to move on to.

The right person for this role will have excellent communication skills, a friendly and engaging personality and be comfortable working with vulnerable people, members of the public, staff and stakeholders.

The Training & Employability Project Worker is required to demonstrate extensive knowledge and experience of running employability projects from end to end; designing, promoting, delivering and evaluating them in line with funder and organisational targets.

You will be a skilled employability worker & trainer with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role and a qualification in community education or a related field (or equivalent work experience). You will also have the skills to motivate, empathise and support people who are trying to find their way in the world of work.

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Administrator (Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Partnership)

  • Part time
  • £19,677 pro-rata
  • A mixture of home working and working from The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
  • Closing 1st November 2021

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold- Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy - Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

We are looking for an experienced administrator to provide administration support to the staff within the newly formed Children and Young People’s Community Mental Health and Wellbeing partnership team.

The post holder will have a range of duties including being the first point of contact for referrals into the service, ensuring all enquiries are handled efficiently and with sensitivity and confidentiality.

The administrator will also be responsible for the coordination of all partnership meetings, including the preparation of all papers and minute taking, so having excellent attention to detail is essential.

The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.

The hours for this role can be flexible across the week, however there are some essential weekly meetings and events that the administrator will be required to attend. Further details will be provided at interview stage.

About the Community Mental Health Partnership

The Community Mental Health Partnership has been formed to provide essential support to improve the mental health and wellbeing of 5-24 year old children and young people (26yrs old if they’re care experienced). The South West Edinburgh partnership is made up of four organisations – Space & Broomhouse Hub, Big Hearts Community Trust, SAMH and With Kids.

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Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient

Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community

Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas

Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact

Trustworthy- Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

For more information about Space and Broomhouse hub – spacescot.org

The Role

Space are seeking to recruit a Sessional Worker to join our community based Mental Health and Wellbeing (PHEW) service in South West Edinburgh, working with Young Adults aged 18-25 years.

The post-holder will work alongside colleagues in our PHEW and Youth & Families team to improve the quality of life of young people in South West Edinburgh.

The Sessional Worker will assist the Project Worker in the delivery of a programme of interesting, fun and educational activities in consultation with young people to ensure they are at the centre of their own planning.

The programme is designed to improve the quality of life of young people age 18-25yrs in South West Edinburgh; providing young people with a safe space to connect with others and create opportunities for personal growth in confidence and self-esteem.

Our PHEW drop in support group is on a Thursday evening therefore the role includes a commitment of working 5.30pm until 8.30pm on a Thursday evening each week. The rest of the hours are flexible across the week.

The candidates will need to have experienced of working with young people, with at least three years proven experience in a role which included individual and group work.

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

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Food Service Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,936
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 25th October 2021

Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.

In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.

30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.

Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:

  • Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
  • Fun- Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
  • Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
  • Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
  • Trustworthy - pen, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness

Space is a founder member of the Go Beyond South West Edinburgh community anchor network and participates in numerous cross-service and cross-sector collaborations in Edinburgh.

The Role

We are looking for a person who loves food; a person who will nurture people whilst developing our food-led community initiatives and forge strong networks with members of the community.

The Broomhouse Hub is located in an area of high poverty which can result in restricted access to fresh food and minimal cooking skills. The Food Manager will work to inspire, encourage and empower our members and stakeholders to gain the skills and knowledge to support a positive shift to reduce food poverty.

This role requires a creative and experienced individual to lead the operation, developing our trainees in Space Kitchen which encompasses our Café, community events, outside catering and on-site hospitality.

Space Kitchen works with Space Training Academy which supports young people and adults, many with complex barriers to employment, to develop the skills and confidence to move into work. The Food Manager will create a supportive and welcoming environment to enable staff, trainees and volunteers to achieve positive progressions through structured, documented, training programmes.

The Food Manager role requires a hands-on approach and holds responsibility for the management of the Space Kitchen team.

Accountability:Space Board of Trustees (via the Space Chief Executive)

Line Manager:Business Manager

Liaison with: Management Team, Café and Training Academy staff; wider cross-organisational services

PVG scheme membership required for this post.

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Service Coordinator – Beacon Club

  • Part time
  • £25,142 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 30th August 2021

Space and The Broomhouse Hub is a community anchor organisation supporting local people and their families in South West Edinburgh, with some of our services stretching city wide. Our mission is:

‘To nurture, support & inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled & community connections flourish.’

Our new Hub replaced the much loved Broomhouse Centre in 2019, and has been designed with our community at its heart, hosting a wide range of activities every day.

The Hub is home to over 50 staff who work across our services supporting groups including children, young people, families, older people, people with dementia and carers. Our services include one to one support and group activities as well as a popular community café.

As part of our developing services we are recruiting a Service Coordinator to work in our Beacon Club, supporting older people affected by cognitive impairment and mild dementia.

The Beacon Club is an enriching and stimulating day care service with dedicated staff and volunteers. We believe that people with dementia are entitled to respect and dignity and we are passionate about improving the quality of life for our members and their carers, in our local communities.

The Role

The Beacon Club Service Coordinator will be responsible for:

  • The day to day operational running of the Beacon Club, supporting older people affected by mild dementia and cognitive impairment, ensuring that the interests of members and their carers are at the forefront of all activities
  • Contribute to the continued development of Space Adult Community Services and promote these services to individuals and organisations across South West Edinburgh, to benefit current members and potential new members
  • Deputising for the Service Manager on occasion

PVG scheme membership required.

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

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Project Worker – Young Carers (12yrs+ age group)

  • Full time
  • £26,236
  • A mixture of home working and working from our office at The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
  • Closing 2nd August 2021

PVG:This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

Space are seeking to recruit an experienced Project Worker to join our Young Carers service in South West Edinburgh, working with Young Carers aged 12+ years.

The post-holder will work alongside colleagues in our Young Carers and Youth & Families team to improve the quality of life of young carers in South West Edinburgh. The post holder will provide group support, one to one support, information, advocacy and advice to build young carers confidence and self-esteem enabling them to better cope at home.

The role of the project worker is also to raise awareness of young carers and their support needs, identify hidden young carers, and deliver Young Carer Statements to ensure that personal outcomes and support needs are being met, in accordance with the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016.

The candidates will need to have suitable qualifications and experienced of working with children and young people, with at least three years proven experience in a role including individual and group work.

The full job description and person specification for the role can be found below.

About Space

Our mission at Space and Broomhouse Hub is to nurture, support and inspire people, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and our communities flourish. We are a community organisation supporting local people and families in South West Edinburgh, with additional services stretching city wide.

For more information about Space and Broomhouse Hub – spacescot.org

About Edinburgh Young Carers Partnership:

Space alongside Edinburgh Young Carers and Capital Carers form the ‘Edinburgh Young Carer Partnership’. The partnership has been funded by the City of Edinburgh Council to provide specialist support to young carers and young adult carers across Edinburgh.

The three partner organisations believe that working together as the Edinburgh Young Carer Partnership will provide a more comprehensive and holistic package of support, that works across the 4 city localities and will be a more cost-effective way of funding the specialist services necessary to support these young people who are young carers.

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Partnership Manager (Thrive Edinburgh)

  • Part time
  • £25,142 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh with a combination of work from home, Space and Broomhouse Hub office and other community venues including NHS locations
  • Closing 16th August 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a ground-breaking approach to mental health services in our city.

PVG:This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme

About Space

Our mission at Space and Broomhouse Hub is to nurture, support and inspire people, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and our communities flourish. We are a community organisation supporting local people and families in South West Edinburgh, with additional services stretching city wide.

Space’s aim of improving the mental health of support of people in South West Edinburgh is central to our involvement in the Edinburgh Thrive project. Our peer support workers draw on their lived experience of mental health challenges to play a central role in the planning and provision of quality, recovery focused support to people who access the South West Thrive Welcome Team service.

About Thrive

Thrive Edinburgh is an innovative programme improving the mental health and wellbeing of all citizens across Edinburgh. The South West Thrive Welcome Team brings together a collaboration of partner organisations to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people in South West Edinburgh, to enable them to live well and fulfil their potential. This partnership is between Space & Broomhouse Hub, SAMH and the Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership, working under NHS governance.

Our organisations share a commitment to the Edinburgh Thrive values of trust, respect, collaboration, person-centeredness, innovation, and compassion. Together we deliver a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency response so that citizens receive the right help at the right time.

The Role

  • To manage Space’s role in the Thrive South West Welcome Team programme
  • To coordinate and support up to three part time Thrive Peer Support Workers - also employed by Space;
  • To collaborate with partners (SAMH & NHS) to review, design and implement the service operation procedures ensuring lived experience of mental health is at the core of service development and planning;
  • To engage with colleagues, local community groups, third sector and statutory partners to raise the profile of the South West Thrive Welcome Team, (in conjunction with the South West Edinburgh Thrive Coordinator and SAMH Thrive Manager)
  • To understand, advocate and promote the values of peer work and mental health recovery principles.
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Community Link Worker

  • Full time
  • £29,070
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 16th July 2021

PVG:This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme. Application will be processed for the successful candidate.

The Role:

The main role of the Community Link Worker is to provide a person-centred service that is responsive to the needs and interests of a GP practice and its patients. This Community Link Worker position is based in the Tollcross Health Centre which encompasses the GP practices of Polwarth, Leven and Gilmore.

The Community Link Worker will support patients referred by the Primary Care teams to:

  • Identify issues affecting their ability to live well
  • Identify personal outcomes and priorities
  • Provide a person centred approach to support patients to overcome barriers to achieving personal goals
  • Link people to local and national services and agencies.

The Community Link Worker will support the GP practice teams to have increased knowledge and understanding of local and national resources available to their patients. They will also build relationships and processes between the GP practice and community resources, statutory organisations, other health services and voluntary organisations.

The post-holder must have experience of working with people who are facing complex social and emotional circumstances. They will also have excellent and effective interpersonal skills, being able to demonstrate an ability to work with people on a 1:1 basis as well as experience in networking and relationship building with other professionals and organisations.

The full job description and person specification can be found below.

About the Community Link Worker Programme:

The Community Links Worker programme, funded by EVOC and Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership, is delivered in partnership with GP Practices and the 3rd sector to support people to live well through strengthening connections between community resources and primary care.

This Community Link Worker post holder will be employed by Space & Broomhouse Hub and will be supervised and supported by Space Adult Community Services Manager and the Community Link Worker Network Area Lead for South Edinburgh, who will work together to ensure that the post holder is on track to meet outcomes prescribed by the Scottish Government and Edinburgh Integrated Joint Board.

This post will be based predominantly at Tollcross Health Centre with some possible home working and regular visits to the Broomhouse Hub.

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Thrive Peer Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £18,599
  • Edinburgh - A mix of homeworking with regular visits to Space & NHS company offices, plus other community venues.
  • Closing 13th July 2021

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a ground-breaking approach to mental health services across Edinburgh. The South West Thrive Welcome Team brings together a collaboration of partner organisations to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people in South West Edinburgh, to enable them to live well and fulfil their potential. This partnership is between Space, SAMH and the Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership working under NHS governance.

Our organisations share a commitment to the Thrive vision and values of trust, respect, collaboration, person-centeredness, innovation, and compassion. Together we deliver a multi-disciplinary and multi-agency response so that citizens receive the right help at the right time.

What is Peer support?

Peer support is intentionally using lived experience to support others and is well known within recovery and mental health services across the world. Peer Work within Thrive is centred around supporting citizens to identify and work towards achievable and meaningful recovery goals, drawing on mutual resources as peers and utilising a range of recovery tools, techniques and experience.

We believe the peer support relationship should facilitate the sharing of personal experiences in a way which is purposeful, modelling personal responsibility, self-awareness, self-belief, self-advocacy and the sharing or teaching of coping, self-help and self-management techniques.

Peer working should also help citizens to identify and overcome fears within a relationship of empathy, trust and honesty, and challenge negative self-talk.

The Role

The main role of the Thrive Peer Worker is to use your own lived experience of mental health and recovery solutions to reduce the toll of poor mental health, and to promote good mental health practices, with citizens and within our communities. It is also about promoting the understanding and values of peer work.

This is achieved by providing short term, one-to-one, emotional and practical mental health support to citizens across South West Edinburgh, providing a space to discuss issues at their own pace, explore skill development and tools to support citizens to manage their mental health challenges

Peer support workers play a central role in the planning and provision of quality, recovery focused support to people who use the service.

The full job description listing all key tasks is available for download below.

For more information about Thrive Edinburgh, visit our website.

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Senior Care Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £25,142 pro-rata
  • EH11, Edinburgh
  • Closing 25th June 2021

We are looking for a Service Coordinator, with experience of working with people affected by dementia, to join our team at Space.

The Senior Care Coordinator will help to develop and deliver the high quality services that support the physical, emotional and social needs of older people and those affected by dementia.

The Role

The Senior Care Coordinator will be responsible for:

• The day to day operational running of the Beacon Club, supporting older people affected by dementia

• Carrying out home visits to conduct individual assessments, risk assessments and create personal care plans, mutually agreed with members and their carers.

• Design and run a fulfilling programme of activities and entertainment for members

• Recruit, train and supervise volunteers

• Encourage independence of members, promoting opportunities for individual choice and decision making

The full job description can be found below.

About Us

At Space and Broomhouse Hub our vision is to ‘nurture, support and inspire, so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish’

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme. Application will be processed for the successful candidate.

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