The Mungo Foundation
The Mungo Foundation

Charity registered in Scotland SC035078

The Mungo Foundation is a well-established, dynamic charitable organisation, which employs over 800 staff and provides support to a diverse range of services.  We are committed to providing personalised services and improving the lives of the individuals that we support.  We value our staff greatly and provide competitive terms and conditions and access to the organisation’s training and development programmes.        


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Top job! Finance Business Partner

  • Full time
  • Circa £48,000
  • Glasgow (Hybrid)
  • Closing 17th May 2024

Would you like to be part of a professional Finance Team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Working as part of the Finance Team, you will:

  • Provide support and guidance to managers in relation to the financial performance of their services
  • Provide monthly financial reporting to services and budget holders
  • Contribute to the preparation and delivery of the annual budget, subsequent revisions and forecasts as required, including long term
  • Contribute to financial modelling, scenario planning and sensitivity analysis
  • Lead in the financial planning, modelling and tendering of new and existing services
  • Provide financial information and expertise to contribute to, influence and initiate conversations and decision making
  • Work collaboratively with managers to develop financial systems and processes in both existing and growth areas
  • Ensure Finance Metrics have an impact on services and organisational development and growth
  • Assist the Finance Manager in developing and maintaining finance strategies, policies, and practices

You must have:

  • Demonstrable experience in a similar role
  • Third sector / charitable experience or ability to demonstrate translation of knowledge and skills from another sector to the charity/ not for profit environment.
  • Demonstrable experience of leadership, people management and staff development
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office packages and preferably Sage.
  • Excellent Excel skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to lead change facilitate change processes
  • Qualified CA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA or by experience
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in a similar role

What’s in it for You?

When you join our team at The Mungo Foundation, you’ll enjoy numerous benefits, including:

  • Access to our benefits scheme - Mungo Money were you can enjoy; Supermarket Discounts, Fuel Savings, Cinema & Restaurant Discounts, Savings on Your Next Family Holiday, Reduced Gym Membership Costs and access to our Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Credit Union
  • Workplace Pension
  • 30 days’ annual leave
  • Refer A Friend Scheme
  • Extensive Training and Development opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Programme
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Health & Safety Officer

  • Full time
  • £33,500
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 17th May 2024

Would you like to be part of a professional Operations Team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Working as part of the Operations Team, you will:

  • Work as part of the operational team in partnership with Operations & Registered Service Managers, and other support functions.
  • Provide business led professional health & safety advice and support and lead on health & safety monitoring, training and policy.
  • Conduct fire risk assessments and implement our rolling programme of health and safety audits, inspections and assessments across our 40 locations predominately in Glasgow.
  • Be responsible for preparing regular reports highlighting key health and safety risk areas and will be required to monitor, interpret and implement all new and revised health and safety legislation.

You must have:

  • Excellent communication and organisation skills
  • Competency in the use of IT
  • Necessary health & safety qualifications to conduct risk assessments, audits and training e.g. NEBOSH, IOSH, relevant degree and will strive to develop a positive and pro-active health & safety culture across the organisation
  • Excellent administrative skills and great attention to detail
  • Flexibility and adaptability in responding to the changing needs of the organisation
  • The ability to work to deadlines and manage a busy workload
  • Private transport to travel around services (full driving licence)

What’s in it for You?

When you join our team at The Mungo Foundation, you’ll enjoy numerous benefits, including:

  • Access to our benefits scheme - Mungo Money where you can enjoy; Supermarket Discounts, Fuel Savings, Cinema & Restaurant Discounts, Savings on Your Next Family Holiday, Reduced Gym Membership Costs and access to our Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Credit Union
  • Workplace Pension
  • 30 days’ annual leave (based on 38 hours per week) *depending on post
  • Refer A Friend Scheme
  • Extensive Training and Development opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Programme
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Business Support Assistant

  • Full time
  • £24,000
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 15th May 2024

Reporting to the Business Support Officer, this role provides confidential and professional administrative support to the Business Support and Learning & Development functions.

The post holder will be responsible for delivering an effective and efficient reception service, acting as first point of contact for incoming enquires from a wide range of stakeholders, and for providing administrative support to the Learning & Development team.

Working as part of the Business Support and Learning and Development Team, you will:

  • Provide confidential and professional administrative support to the Business Support and Learning & Development functions
  • Ensure the Head Office is well-equipped
  • Undertake reception duties, welcoming and directing visitors
  • Handle general enquiries to the organisation received in person, and via email and telephone
  • Act as the first point of contact for the organisation by answering calls and helping with queries from the public, staff, and professional bodies
  • Record complaints and input to the complaints database
  • Act as the point of contact for the Learning & Development team, managing the L&D shared inbox and liaising with staff and internal/external trainers
  • Manage training events, statistics and staff records/qualifications on iTrent
  • Assist in the preparation of reports with accuracy and efficiency
  • Support the completion of funded training applications, evaluation and feedback
  • Ensure all daily, weekly, and monthly Head Office Health & Safety checks are undertaken and signed off
  • Act as Fire Warden and First Aid Appointed Person
  • Coordinate office cleaning activities at Head Office
  • Update staff lists on a monthly basis and as required
  • Provide support for maintenance issues at services
  • Arrange quotes for new work and renewals at Head Office
  • Collate meter readings from services and submit them to utilities company
  • Ensure all records are stored and retained in line with audit and GDPR requirements
  • Undertake other administration tasks as required

Essential requirements for the role

  • Experience of general office practices, procedures and systems including MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint) and Adobe Acrobat
  • Knowledge of records management including record retention and GDPR legislation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with good attention to detail
  • Able to work effectively in a team or autonomously as required
  • Able to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
  • Can work to multiple deadlines and handle multiple projects simultaneously

Desirable requirements for the role

  • Minimum of SVQ Business Administration or equivalent qualification
  • Experience of working in third/charity or public sector
  • Experience of working within Corporate/Business Services
  • Customer service experience

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Registered Service Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Muirfield Place & Muirfield Outreach – Kilwinning
  • Closing 14th March 2024

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Muirfield Outreach Service based in the Kilwinning area of North Ayrshire, is a dedicated outreach service designed for children and young people with additional support needs in North and East Ayrshire. Our Muirfield Place Project is based in Kilwinning and is a 2 bedded residential home that supports Children and young people with additional complex needs.

We are looking to recruit a Registered Service Manager who can manage and lead these well-established services, preferably with experience of outreach and Residential . You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contract management. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of young care experiences individuals and homeless young people. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme – Mungo Money. Joining Mungo Money provides full access to supermarket, fuel, cinema, restaurant discounts, discounts off your next family holiday, savings on gym memberships and equipment, Cycle to Work scheme and so much more. We also offer access to a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Registered Service Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th March 2024

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Stravaig Project based in the Partick area of Glasgow, provides direct access to supported accommodation, giving a safe environment for young vulnerable homeless people who have various levels of support needs and who may be experiencing or at risk of homelessness and may be excluded from other services.

Due to an internal development opportunity we are looking to recruit a Registered Service Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contract management. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of young care experiences individuals and homeless young people. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme – Mungo Money. Joining Mungo Money provides full access to supermarket, fuel, cinema, restaurant discounts, discounts off your next family holiday, savings on gym memberships and equipment, Cycle to Work scheme and so much more. We also offer access to a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st October 2023

The Mungo Foundation (TMF) is recruiting Trustees for our Board as we seek to improve and enrich the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities located mainly in Glasgow but with projects as far as Twechar, Lanark and Ayrshire.

You will be joining an experienced board of Trustees who welcome sharing their expertise with those with less experience and learning from those who bring different professional skillsets. Our Trustees oversee the strategy and governance of TMF to ensure that the charity is operated in the best interests of the people we support and their friends and families.

As a Trustee, this voluntary (and unpaid) position is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy and direction of the charity, contributing to the development of our work, promoting the organisation, contributing to effective governance and ensuring compliance with our legal obligations. We are interested in experienced or first-time Trustees who are committed to our cause and have a passion for our mission, vision and values and can make a valuable contribution to our development.

The main duties of a Trustee are to participate in Board and Committee meetings, normally up to 8 per year (and possibly one off-site day), acting as an advocate for TMF’s work, providing advice on strategy, serving as a channel of professional advice within the individual’s own area of expertise and identifying new opportunities. Experience in either Social Care or Finance (Chartered Accountant) is particularly welcome.

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Learning & Development Administrator

  • Part time
  • £21,938 pro-rata
  • People Team - Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow (hybrid working)
  • Closing 23rd June 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional people team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member, be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Working as part of the People Team, you will:

  • Provide Learning & Development administrative support to the L & D Officers, People Manager and the Director of People
  • Carry out general administration duties within the full scope of the Learning & Development function
  • Book and co-ordinate training events (internal and external)
  • Maintain the training database ensuring records are updated
  • Co-ordinate SVQ training and assessments liaising with external stakeholders and staff/managers
  • Support the completion of funded training applications, evaluation and feedback
  • Liaise with delegates and managers re training data and respond to queries
  • Prepare reports as required with accuracy and efficiency
  • Attend Learning & Development/People Team meetings as required
  • Manage the L & D shared inbox
  • Ensure all records are stored and retained in line with audit and GDPR requirements

You must have:

  • Great proficiency in MS Office 365 (Word, Excel, Outlook) and IT packages
  • Excellent problem-solving and analysis skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a great attention to detail
  • The ability to work to deadlines and manage a busy workload with competing priorities in a confidential environment
  • A recognised qualification in Business Administration or equivalent is desirable but not essential as is experience in a similar role

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of an employee benefits scheme, credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Cook

  • Full time
  • £20,748
  • De Paul House Project Govan Glasgow
  • Closing 19th May 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives.

Our De Paul House Project based in the Govan area of Glasgow provides accommodation and support for nine young people (16 – 25 years), who are homeless. This service supports young people to consider their lifestyles and options to make positive changes and steps towards independent living. Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to support young people to make and sustain healthy choices with nutrition and kitchen skills promoting independence and contributing to a successful move on? We are looking to recruit an experienced, committed and self-motivated Cook to join our busy team.

The role of the Cook post includes responsibility for all aspects of catering for the project including maintaining a high standard of cleanliness in the kitchen. Your main duties will be to cook and serve nutritious, appetising and varied meals. You will be responsible in consultation with the Project Manager, for ordering supplies and operating a stock control system. You will be accountable for health and safety within your work area and develop appropriate risk assessments and safe systems of work. You will also provide cooking sessions to the young people we support to show how they can eat well within a small budget achieving both health and finance related outcomes. Excellent communication skills and the ability to build trusting working relationships with our young people alongside working with the wider team is essential for this post.

The successful candidate must have a relevant catering qualification and have knowledge of Cooksafe and Infection Control.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer an £800 joiner bonus after successful completion of probation, membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Muirfield Outreach Service Irvine , North Ayrshire
  • Closing 12th May 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Muirfield Outreach Service based in the Kilwinning area of North Ayrshire, is a dedicated outreach service designed for children and young people with additional support needs in North and East Ayrshire.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of child learning disability services and the GIRFEC approach. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

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Finance Assistant

  • Full time
  • £22,750
  • Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow (Hybrid working)
  • Closing 1st May 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional Finance Team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Working as part of the Finance Team, you will:

• Ensure all purchase invoices are recorded on the system, sent to Managers for authorisation, returned timeously, processed onto SAGE in time for payment within 30 days.

• Ensure all purchase invoices are accurately coded and filed prior to payment.

• Monitor and review outstanding invoices with prompt resolution of queries.

• Adhere to the Invoice Authorisation Procedure and be proactive in prompting Managers to return invoices within the timescales required.

• Maintain the register by recording each stage of the process daily.

• Resolve supplier queries, escalating more complex matters to the Senior Finance Officer, if applicable.

• Ensure that all invoices are filed immediately after payment has been made, by scanning & filing in SharePoint.

You must have:

• Excellent administrative skills and great attention to detail.

• Great proficiency in MS Office 365.

• First class verbal and written communication skills.

• Flexibility and adaptability in responding to the changing needs of the organisation.

• The ability to work to deadlines and manage a busy workload.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Payroll Officer

  • Full time
  • £34,500
  • Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow - Hybrid Working
  • Closing 11th April 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional Finance Team helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member, supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Reporting to the Financial Controller, you will be responsible for:

  • Overseeing and participation in the collection and processing of monthly payroll data for submission to MHR (our outsourced payroll provider).
  • Analysis and reconciliation of Draft and Final Payroll Reports to ensure an accurate month pay run.
  • Production of financial reports and KPIs for Finance Director.
  • Submissions of relevant data to third parties such as HMRC, ONS, Pensions, etc.
  • Overseeing the work of the Payroll Administrator.
  • Resolving payroll queries in a customer focussed manner.
  • Ownership of all key financial reconciliations to nominal ledger.
  • Dealing with all auditor queries.
  • Management of 1 employee.
  • Payroll modelling.

You must have:

  • Up to date payroll legislation knowledge fully conversant with PAYE/RTI/NIC.
  • Pension and auto enrolment experience.
  • Experience of iTrent with the ability to extract payroll data / manipulate within excel at an advanced level and/or from Business Objects.
  • Able to work collaboratively with MHR and internal colleagues.
  • Problem-solving with the ability to multi-task.
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Highly advanced Excel skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines.
  • Awareness of and adherence to GDPR regulations.
  • Self-motivated, able to work on own initiative as well as you can work as part of a team.
  • Able to prioritise and organise workload to work effectively in a busy team.
  • Experience of calculation of enhanced holiday pay for both permanent and relief workers.
  • Experience of retrospective pay calculations.

If you are looking for a new challenge, this may be the position for you.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of an employee benefits scheme, credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Top job! Financial Controller

  • Full time
  • £51,000
  • Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow
  • Closing 11th April 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional Finance Team helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member, supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Reporting to the Director of Finance, you will be responsible for:

  • Leading the finance team to achieve the monthly financial input schedule.
  • Preparation and co-ordination of the annual audit file and financial accounts and liaise with the Auditor as required.
  • Preparation and delivery of the annual budget, subsequent revisions and forecasts as required, including those for timescales longer than one year.
  • Collaborating in the preparation of papers for Board of Trustees and relevant Committees, ensuring end users are equipped to make informed business decisions.
  • Partnering with ET/SMT, providing key financial analysis and advice.
  • Supporting the Finance Director to develop and improve the accounting IT systems and policies and procedures to ensure efficiency and effectiveness and compliance with legislation. Ensure Financial policies are produced reviewed and complied with.
  • Production of monthly Management Accounts identifying positive or negative trends in income and expenditure to reduce the organisation's financial risk.
  • Ensuring The Mungo Foundation’s working capital is maximised and cash in bank well managed.
  • Responsible for leading a team of staff with responsibility for line management support and processes.
  • Delivery of the all payroll activities ensuring legislative and HMRC compliance.
  • Line management of Finance Business Partners, Senior Finance Officer and Payroll Team.

You must have:

  • Demonstrable experience in a similar role
  • Qualified CA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA
  • Minimum of 4 years’ post qualification experience
  • Third sector / charitable experience or ability to demonstrate translation of knowledge and skills from another sector to the charity/ not for profit environment.
  • Demonstrable experience of people management and staff development
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and preferably Sage.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbally

If you are looking for a new challenge, this may be the position for you.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of an employee benefits scheme, credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Lanark Project - Lanark
  • Closing 31st March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Lanark Service is a registered care home, supporting adults with learning & physical disabilities and other associated support needs. The service consists of two houses situated in the town which are a mile or so from each other.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspectsof the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of learning and physical disability services. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Project Manager - Barrhead Project

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Barrhead Project, Barrhead, Glasgow
  • Closing 8th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Barrhead Project based in the Barrhead area of Glasgow provide a care at home service to adults with learning and physical disabilities.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of learning disability services. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Project Manager - Roslin House Project & Muirfield Place Outreach Service

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Roslin House Project, Stevenston & Muirfield Place Outreach Service – Kilwinning, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 8th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Roslin House Service and Muirfield Place requires a Project Manager to work across our 2 services. Roslin House is based in the Stevenston area of North Ayrshire, is an 8 bedded respite service for children and young people aged 5 to 18 with additional support needs. Muirfield place is based in Kilwinning and is a 2 bedded residential home that supports Children and young people with additional complex needs.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of child learning disability and a GIFREC approach. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Temporary Team Leader (Maternity Cover)

  • Full time
  • £21,677 – £24,545
  • Barrhead Housing Support Service – Barrhead, Glasgow
  • Closing 8th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives.

We’re one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time we will typically run around 40 different types of projects, delivering support to over 1,500 individuals, their families and communities.

We are looking to recruit a Temporary Team Leader within our Barrhead Housing Support Service to cover a period of maternity leave. You will be responsible for ensuring a high-quality person-centred service is delivered and that your staff teams are trained and supported to carry out their roles to the highest ability and standards. You will be competent and confident in your own abilities and have the capability to effectively manage a number of dispersed employees.

Strong leadership skills are essential to inspire your staff to deliver high quality, flexible person-centred support as is the ability to communicate effectively across all levels and with various external professionals.

Shift working, including evenings and weekends, is a requirement of the post. You will be required to participate in an on-call management scheme which is provided out of hours on a rota basis.

For this position, the successful candidate will have in-depth knowledge and experience of current Self-Directed Support/Personalisation Legislation. You must also possess or be willing to work towards a suitable qualification for a post at this level, in line with the SSSC Regulatory Requirements. Previous relevant experience at a similar level is desirable. Given the various locations of our services, the ability to travel is essential and the use of a car for work purposes would be advantageous.

The successful candidate must possess excellent organisational skills and IT skills. Experience of MS Office is essential, particularly Word and Excel.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Project Manager - Muirfield Place Outreach Service

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Muirfield Place Outreach Service – Kilwinning, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 8th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Muirfield Outreach Service based in the Kilwinning area of North Ayrshire, is a dedicated outreach service designed for children and young people with additional support needs in North and East Ayrshire.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of child learning disability services and the GIRFEC approach. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Team Leader - Stravaig Project

  • Full time
  • £21,677
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 7th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives.

Our Stravaig Project based in the Partick area of Glasgow, provides direct access to supported accommodation, giving a safe environment for young vulnerable homeless people who have various levels of support needs and who may be experiencing or at risk of homelessness and may be excluded from other services.

We are looking to recruit a Team Leader to join our dynamic team who is motivated and enthusiastic with the ability to effectively ensure the delivery of safe, compassionate and high-quality care and support. As a Team Leader, you will be managing, supporting and guiding a team of Support Workers who strive to deliver quality care whilst making a difference to all our young people. As well as leading your team, you will also be responsible for actively safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people in their home.

As the Team Leader your responsibilities will include ensuring the Young People receive high quality of care. You will support the manager with effectively managing rotas and supervisions for your team, oversee training and development of the team, providing informal practical and emotional support to colleagues in addition to developing and maintaining key relationships with the young people, staff and all professional agencies.

To carry out the role you must possess excellent organisational skills and IT skills.

If successful but unqualified, you will have to work towards a suitable qualification for a post at this level, in line with the SSSC Regulatory requirements but don’t worry we will support you with this.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • ASIST Project Bridgeton , Glasgow
  • Closing 6th March 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Advice, Support & Information for Sustaining Tenancies (A.S.I.S.T.) Project provides community-based support to young people across Glasgow City. Our office is based in the Bridgeton area of Glasgow; however, the service operates citywide.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of young care experiences individuals and homeless young people. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Recovery Practitioners - South Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub

  • Full time or Part time
  • £21,143.2
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th February 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives.

The South Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub offers a range of person-centred interventions for individuals experiencing Drug or Alcohol related issues. The Hub is located at 63 Carlton Place, on the south bank of the River Clyde, with good transport links.

We are looking to recruit committed, enthusiastic, and self-motivated Recovery Practitioners to work with individuals to achieve positive outcomes in their recovery journey.

The Recovery Practitioners will be required to fulfil a key working role and work as part of a team to deliver targeted interventions, including outreach housing support, recreational & therapeutic group work.

These posts offer an exciting opportunity to be part of an evolving service with service induction, regular supervision and training opportunities. The shift pattern for the currents posts is day shift (9am-5pm) one back shift per week (12pm-8pm) and occasional Saturday shift (10am-2pm). Hours can be negotiated if needed for successful employees.

Whilst in depth training is provided, experience of working with people with substance misuse is essential and an SVQ 3 Qualification is desirable. If you would like more information on the positions, please call Shiona on 0141 423 5872.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions, we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union, workplace pension, plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Health and Safety Officer

  • Part time
  • up to £33,500 pro-rata
  • Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow
  • Closing 10th February 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional Operations Team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Working as part of the Operations Team, you will:

  • Work as part of the operational team in partnership with Operations & Project Managers, the Maintenance Officer and other support functions.
  • Provide business led professional health & safety advice and support and lead on health & safety monitoring, training and policy.
  • Conduct fire risk assessments and implement our rolling programme of health and safety audits, inspections and assessments across our 40 locations predominately in Glasgow.
  • Be responsible for preparing regular reports highlighting key health and safety risk areas and will be required to monitor, interpret and implement all new and revised health and safety legislation.

To be successful in this role you will be an excellent communicator and organiser and be competent in the use of IT. You will possess the necessary health & safety qualifications to conduct risk assessments, audits and training e.g. NEBOSH, IOSH, relevant degree and will strive to develop a positive and pro-active health & safety culture across the organisation.

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Top job! Finance Director

  • Full time
  • £70,747
  • Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow (Hybrid working)
  • Closing 13th February 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional Executive Team helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great leader and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Reporting to the CEO, you will:

  • Lead the Finance function
  • Set budgets including timetabling
  • Co-ordinate a new payroll system change
  • Be responsible for the Finance, contracts and the IT function
  • Work closely with Executive Team colleagues to build organisational strategies
  • Act as the Company Secretary for the organisation ensuring matters are operated to the legal framework of a UK registered charity, maintaining good governance procedures
  • You must have:
  • Experience of running a finance team within a similar sized organisation, ideally within the third sector or social care environment with a strong technical background.
  • The ability to challenge external stakeholders and board members therefore experience on boards and reporting into a board is ideal.
  • Experience of leading and facilitating change processes in finance and payroll
  • The ability to multi-task and work to competing deadlines
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Project Manager ASIST Project - Glasgow

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £33,500
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 3rd February 2023

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.

Our Advice, Support & Information for Sustaining Tenancies (A.S.I.S.T.) Project provides community-based support to young people across Glasgow City. Our office is based in the Bridgeton area of Glasgow; however, the service operates citywide.

We are looking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead this well-established service. You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects

of the service including budgets, People and contractual matters. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.

Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of young care experiences individuals and homeless young people. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.

You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic shopping discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Senior Governance Officer

  • Part time
  • £36,500 pro-rata
  • Head office, Bridgeton, Glasgow (Hybrid Working)
  • Closing 27th January 2023

Would you like to be part of a professional team whilst helping to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative, and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team.

Reporting to the Finance Director, you will:

  • Agree, publish and manage the annual timetable of Board and Committee meetings.
  • Ensure each meeting is quorate and all papers are published on time. Minute meetings.
  • Be the first point of contact with Board members and provide a professional support service to them.
  • Coordinate and compile agenda items, monitor attendance, record and process actions related to meetings of the Board of Trustees.
  • Ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and meet all our corporate reporting responsibilities.
  • Coordinate training on good governance, equalities and other regulatory frameworks for Board Members and Executive Management Staff.
  • Prepare a wide variety of correspondence, memoranda, legal documents, resolutions, board reports, and other items as delegated from brief instructions and rough drafts on behalf of the Chief Executive, Chair and Board.
  • Perform document controller duties to ensure records and data is processed and controlled in line with best practice and relevant GDPR regulations

You must have:

  • A degree in Business Administration, Governance or related discipline.
  • Experience of working with governance and/or Executive teams and directly with Senior Leaders.
  • Strong proficiency in MS Office Suite or CRM system and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Excellent communication skills - verbal and written , with accomplished interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to work to autonomously to deadlines and manage a busy workload
  • Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality

Previous experience of working in either third/public or social care sector is desirable but not essential.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of an employee benefits scheme, credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities.

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £32,000
  • Arden Project – South of Glasgow
  • Closing 28th October 2022

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great team member and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives. Our Arden Project is situated at three sites in the south of Glasgow; Arden, Govanhill and Mount Florida. The service provides housing support to people with mental ill health and aims to enable people to live independently in their local community. Though staff are present 24 hours per day, support is based on individually assessed hours tailored to the needs, wants, wishes and lifestyle choices of the people who use the service.

We are seeking to recruit a Project Manager who can manage and lead our mental health services, ensuring dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.

You must have excellent communication and written skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be able to manage your own workload and lead the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including financial, HR and contractual matters.

Experience of managing a Mental Health or related service is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of this field. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve positive change and individual outcomes this may be the right opportunity for you. A relevant professional qualification i.e. SVQ IV and Registered Managers Award or RGN is preferred.

The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call system.

To carry out the role you must possess excellent organisational skills and IT skills.

If you are looking for a new and rewarding challenge, this may be the ideal opportunity for you.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Top job! Operations Manager (2 positions)

  • Full time
  • £46,000
  • Rogart Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow (Hybrid working)
  • Closing 13th October 2022

Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?

Can you be a great leader and be supportive, creative and excellent at what you do?

Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.

Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities helping them to live better lives.

The Operations Team oversees 28 services, delivering support to individuals in the areas of Learning and Physical Disability, Homelessness, Recovery, Dementia, Mental Health, Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children and Alcohol Related Brain Damage. Support is delivered across a number of settings including Residential Care Homes, Care at Home, Supported Living Accommodation and Outreach, predominately based within Glasgow and the West.

We are looking to extend our team and recruit 2 x experienced Operations Managers to operate at a strategic level and oversee the performance, quality, and compliance of a number of services.

You will provide leadership and management support to your operational teams, including maintaining an overview of business, people and financial activities. You will be responsible for developing and reporting on strategy and performance across the services, in line with the organisational and operational Strategic Objectives, to ensure the delivery of high-quality services in a competitive and changing social care environment, keeping pace with regulatory and commissioning expectations.

Successful candidates will have in-depth knowledge and experience of working at a Senior Management level within a Social Care setting and will be expected to work alongside the Director of Operations, other Operations Managers, and departmental Business Partners, to ensure strategic development, growth, and the safeguarding of services.

You must also possess an SVQ in Social Services & Healthcare (Level 8 or above) plus a practice award in Leadership & Management or equivalent qualification(s). You will be required to participate in an on-call management scheme which is provided out of hours on a rota basis of which additional payment will be made. Given the various locations of our services, the ability to travel is essential and the use of a car for work purposes would be advantageous.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme with fantastic discounts, a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.

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Board Trustee Appointment

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st October 2022

The Mungo Foundation (TMF) is recruiting Trustees for our Board as we seek to improve and enrich the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities located mainly in Glasgow but with projects as far as Twechar and Ayrshire.

You will be joining an experienced board of Trustees who welcome sharing their expertise with those with less experience and learning from those who bring different professional skillsets. Our Trustees oversee the strategy and governance of TMF to ensure that the charity is operated in the best interests of the people we support and their friends and families.

As a Trustee, this voluntary (and unpaid) position is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy and direction of the charity, contributing to the development of our work, promoting the organisation, contributing to effective governance and ensuring compliance with our legal obligations. We are interested in experienced or first-time Trustees who are committed to our cause and have a passion for our mission, vision and values and can make a valuable contribution to our development.

The main duties of a Trustee are to participate in Board and Committee meetings, normally up to 8 per year (and possibly one off-site day), acting as an advocate for TMF’s work, providing advice on strategy, serving as a channel of professional advice within the individual’s own area of expertise and identifying new opportunities.

Experience in Information Technology, People, Finance and Social Care would be of interest but individuals from other professional areas would also be welcome.

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