Charity registered in Scotland SC024931
CVO East Ayrshire is part of the Third Sector Interface and delivers services and support to our membership organisations. We manage a number of projects and social enterprises benefiting disadvantaged groups within our communities.
This is a new and exciting role within CVO East Ayrshire which is initially funded for one year. The Employability Grants Manager will work across the organisation with a remit to support the management of employability funding on behalf of the East Ayrshire Local Employability Partnership in addition to being a source of support for the sector locally.
CVO East Ayrshire acts as a conduit for the distribution of employability grants to the sector in East Ayrshire and ensures this is done fairly and efficiently while taking the opportunity to demonstrate the value and impact of the Sector as a delivery mechanism.
The post will be responsible for working with stakeholders, designing, managing and co-ordinating the implementation of funding processes. You will also have primary responsibility for drafting reports and performance updates for the CVO East Ayrshire Executive Team and the East Ayrshire Local Employability Partnership.
The Employability Grants Manager will be responsible for managing and coordinating the day-to-day administration of a small grants programme including monitoring and evaluation to support the objectives of the Local Employability Partnership and meeting community needs.
This is a new and exciting role within CVO East Ayrshire. The post holder will be responsible for facilitating capacity building in volunteering and community development in East Ayrshire as part of CVO East Ayrshire Management Team.
Volunteering: CVO East Ayrshire is the lead organisation for facilitating volunteering across East Ayrshire within the Third Sector and supports public and business sector volunteering developments. This includes promotion of volunteering; recruitment and matching of volunteers; good practice for volunteer-involving organisations.
Community Development: CVO East Ayrshire supports community development directly, in partnership with the public sector and through delivery of capacity building services and supports.
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to lead on growing funds through applications to charitable and grant-making Trusts. They will work with our Executive Management Team to identify projects and activities that require funding; compose high quality and timely written funding applications and match proposals to new and existing funders.
The successful candidate will have a track record of bringing in successful income growth; from charitable trusts and grant making organisations. They will have experience of translating complex information into inspiring written narratives and compelling cases for support through written proposals for fundraising.
The post holder will be responsible for working with stakeholders, designing, managing and co-ordinating the implementation of funding processes. You will also have primary responsibility for drafting reports and performance updates for the CVO East Ayrshire Executive Team.
CVO East Ayrshire is the Third Sector Interface for East Ayrshire and exists to represent the voluntary sector, to assist organisations to come together for common purposes and to enable local people to gain access to the decision making processes which affect their communities.
CVO East Ayrshire have an exciting position for someone with a passion for the third sector and community engagement. This is a challenging and rewarding position working within a friendly, bright, dynamic and growing team. The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of CVO East Ayrshire’s Community Health and Wellbeing programme and through strong leadership, consensus and collaboration further develop and strengthen third sector engagement with East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership. Collating and reporting on monitoring and evaluation information to East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership in relation to third sector outcomes and service delivery funded by the Partnership.
This role will lead on the development of both CVO's own existing businesses and new enterprises, it will also have a role working with partners to identify and develop new social enterprises that support communities to thrive.