Neighbourhood Networks
Neighbourhood Networks

Charity registered in Scotland SC028984

Neighbourhood Networks is a Charity based Voluntary sector organisation that provides support to vulnerable adults across Central Scotland.


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Network Manager (Social Care Manager)

  • Full time
  • £36,707
  • The job is home based with some travel as required throughout West Central Scotland (Remote)
  • Closing 19th March 2024

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 21 years' experience in facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland.

We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be because of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or because of a variety of other circumstances.

We currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager. The role involves the day to-day management of up to 5 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members.

We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can-do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the network to achieve outcomes and reach their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities. A full driving licence and access to a car is essential.

A full Induction and some training will be provided.

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Finance Assistant

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,000 – £27,000
  • Neighbourhood Networks Office, Glasgow – with the possibility of some remote working
  • Closing 2nd February 2024

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish charity that facilitates networks of mutual support amongst vulnerable adults in various parts of Scotland, providing flexible support to people within their own communities. We currently operate across the Central Belt of Scotland.

We are now seeking to recruit new Finance Assistant.

JOB PURPOSE:

The Finance Assistant will assist the Finance Manager in the day-to-day processing, bookkeeping and management accounts preparation for Neighbourhood Networks. The Finance Assistant will work closely with the Administrative Assistant and will assist the wider team with anything finance related as necessary.

The role will be based in our office in Glasgow, with the potential for some remote working.

BACKGROUND TO THIS POST:

Neighbourhood Networks is a Scottish charity, established in 2001, to provide support to vulnerable adults (Members) to live an independent life within their own homes, helping them to become fully involved in their local communities. The charity employs Community Living Workers, who live in the same communities as the Members they support. The outcomes for the Members are a better quality of life, being able to live independently, sharing these skills with other network Members.

Neighbourhood Networks had a gross income of £1.4m in 2022/23 and net assets of £559,000. It has been growing steadily and has been on a journey to develop new and better ways of working. The demands on the Finance Manager are increasing therefore we are looking for someone to take on the daily, weekly and monthly finance tasks.

We introduced Office 365 across the organisation pre covid and developed an Outcome Focused Monitoring System for the operational side of the business. We moved our finance software from Sage to Xero in 2022 and are keen to develop our finance systems further to make them more efficient and reduce the administrative duties of frontline staff, allowing them to spend more time with Members.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will possess the following skill set:

Essential

  • Bookkeeping and accountancy knowledge and experience.
  • Good knowledge of Xero preferred (training will be provided)
  • Experience of working with spreadsheets and Excel
  • Computer literacy: Office 365/Excel/word/PowerPoint/Teams/zoom
  • Ability to work as part of a team, understanding the importance of good relationships at all levels within the organisation.
  • Good organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Flexibility to respond to tasks as organisation needs/requires.

Desirable

  • Experience of working in the voluntary sector

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assistant to the Finance Manager
  • Purchase ledger – processing invoices, payment of suppliers via Bankline
  • Sales ledger – processing quarterly invoices and chasing receipts.
  • Payroll - Preparing payroll information to send to the payroll providers; Checking payroll, arranging payment, and posting to Xero
  • Pensions - Preparing pension information and arranging payment
  • Expenses - Processing and payment of staff expenses and posting to Xero
  • Ongoing bank reconciliation on Xero
  • Assisting in preparing monthly management accounts
  • Involved in the induction of new employees.
  • Working with the Finance Manager to document and improve systems and procedures.
  • Other administrative duties as required by Finance Manager/CEO.

PERSONAL SPECIFICATION AND QUALITIES:

  • Commitment to the principles of social inclusion and the work of the organisation.
  • A self- starter with an ability to carry out tasks with minimum supervision but willing to seek help promptly.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Flexible approach and an openness to different ways of working.
  • Friendly, professional manner.
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Community Living Worker – Dunbar

  • Part time
  • £21,547 pro-rata
  • Dunbar
  • Closing 28th October 2022

You will be involved in supporting members to achieve positive outcomes and lead a more fulfilled life of their choosing.

You will advocate for members, support and facilitate group activities, play a part in helping members utilise, share and develop their skills and promote active citizenship & social inclusion.

‘Together anything is possible’

Your Skills

  • You are creative, motivated and passionate with good IT skills.
  • Approachable and inclusive in your practice. Able to promote peer support.

Benefits

  • Be part of a passionate team working to promote active citizenship, independence and community spirit.
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • contributory pension
  • SSSC registration fee paid
  • Living wage employer
  • birthday off
  • work related expenses
  • continued learning and development opportunities
  • staff counselling service.
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Network Manager – North Ayrshire (Full Time)

  • Full time
  • £35,637
  • North Ayrshire
  • Closing 14th August 2022

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 20 year’s experience of facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland.

Neighbourhood Networks encourages people to think about how they might come together to help each other. We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be as a result of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or as a result of a variety of other circumstances.

In response to organisational growth we currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager who will work across North Ayrshire. The role involves the day to day management of up to 6 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members.

We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the networks to achieve outcomes and their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities where the network is based.

Full Induction and some training will be provided.

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Community Living Worker

  • Part time
  • £21,547 pro-rata
  • West Dunbartonshire (Dumbarton)
  • Closing 20th June 2022

You will be involved in supporting the development of local member networks alongside your manager ensuring members are supported to achieve positive life outcomes and lead the life they choose.

You will advocate for members, support and facilitate group activities, play a part in helping members utilise, share and develop their skills and promote active citizenship & social inclusion.

‘Together anything is possible’

Your Skills

  • You are creative, motivated and passionate.
  • Approachable and inclusive in your practice.
  • Able to promote peer support.

Benefits

  • Be part of a passionate team working to promote active citizenship, independence and community spirit.
  • 6 weeks annual leave, contributory pension, SSSC registration fee paid,
  • Living wage employer, birthday off, work related expenses, continued learning and development opportunities, staff counselling service
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Network Manager

  • Full time
  • £34,599
  • Central Belt of Scotland
  • Closing 23rd May 2022

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 20 year’s experience of facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland.

Neighbourhood Networks encourages people to think about how they might come together to help each other. We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be as a result of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or as a result of a variety of other circumstances.

In response to organisational growth we currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager who will work flexibly across the areas in which we currently deliver services. The role involves the day to day management of up to 5 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members.

We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the networks to achieve outcomes and their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities where the network is based.

Full Induction and some training will be provided.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Network Manager

  • Full time
  • £32,952
  • Central Belt of Scotland
  • Closing 14th February 2022

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 20 year’s experience of facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland. Neighbourhood Networks encourages people to think about how they might come together to help each other. We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be as a result of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or as a result of a variety of other circumstances.In response to organisational growth we currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager who will work flexibly across the areas we currently deliver services.

The role involves the day to day management of up to 5 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members. We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the network to achieve outcomes and their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities.

Shortlist
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Community Living Worker – Garnock Valley

  • Part time
  • £19,519 pro-rata
  • Based in Garnock Valley, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 26th November 2021

You will be involved in supporting the development of local member networks alongside your manager ensuring members are supported to achieve positive life outcomes and lead the life they choose.

You will advocate for members, support and facilitate group activities, play a part in helping members utilise, share and develop their skills and promote active citizenship & social inclusion.

‘Together anything is possible’

Your Skills

You are creative, motivated and passionate.

Approachable and inclusive in your practice. Able to promote peer support.

Benefits

Be part of a passionate team working to promote active citizenship, independence and community spirit.

6 weeks annual leave, contributary pension, SSSC registration fee paid, Living wage employer, birthday off, work related expenses, continued learning and development opportunities, staff counselling service.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Network Manager (West Dunbartonshire & North Ayrshire)

  • Full time
  • £32,952
  • West Dunbartonshire and North Ayrshire
  • Closing 16th April 2021

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 20 year’s experience of facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland.

Neighbourhood Networks encourages people to think about how they might come together to help each other. We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be as a result of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or as a result of a variety of other circumstances.

We currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager. The role involves the day to day management of up to 3 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members.

We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the network to achieve outcomes and their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities where the network is based.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Community Living Worker

  • Part time
  • £19,519 pro-rata
  • East Kilbride
  • Closing 16th April 2021

You will be involved in supporting the development of local member networks alongside your manager ensuring members are supported to achieve positive life outcomes and lead the life they choose.

You will advocate for members, support and facilitate group activities, play a part in helping members utilise, share and develop their skills and promote active citizenship & social inclusion.

‘Together anything is possible’

Your Skills

  • You are creative, motivated and passionate.
  • Approachable and inclusive in your practice. Able to promote peer support

Benefits

  • Be part of a passionate team working to promote active citizenship, independence and community spirit.
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • contributary pension
  • SSSC registration fee paid
  • Living wage employer
  • birthday off
  • work related expenses
  • continued learning and development opportunities
  • staff counselling service
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