Community Renewal
Community Renewal

Charity registered in Scotland SC043684

Community Renewal transforms communities by empowering and engaging individuals in community activity to improve their health, learning and employability.

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Community Caseworker – Employability Specialist

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,480 – £26,438
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 19th February 2024

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLES

Community Caseworker – Employability Specialist

This role will combine providing one-to-one long term holistic casework and supporting community engagement activities across Muirhouse and West Pilton neighbourhoods of Edinburgh. Community engagement includes working with community groups, regular door knocking using our proven approach, and arranging community events. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework is essential. We have some preference for people who could add some specialist knowledge around employability (including employer engagement), however, this is desirable rather than essential.

This role is ideal for someone at any stage in their career who can demonstrate their ability to provide whole-person whole-neighbourhood support. We are looking for people who can quickly learn our methodology and who can help build one people’s strengths and foster their resilience/self-care.

Additional Benefits include

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Senior Community Caseworker – Employability specialist

  • Full time or Part time
  • £29,070 – £31,396
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 19th February 2024

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLES

Senior Community Caseworker – Employability specialist

This role will combine providing one-to-one long term holistic casework and supporting community engagement activities across Muirhouse and West Pilton neighbourhoods of Edinburgh. Community engagement includes working with community groups, regular door knocking using our proven approach, and arranging community events. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework is essential. We are looking for people who have knowledge around employability (including employer engagement), plus line-management experience however, this is desirable rather than essential.

This role is ideal for someone looking to develop their career, who can demonstrate their ability to provide whole-person whole-neighbourhood support. We are looking for people who can quickly learn our methodology and who can help build one people’s strengths and foster their resilience/self-care.

Additional Benefits include

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Senior Community Health Caseworker

  • Part time
  • £29,070 – £31,369 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 19th February 2024

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

The Role

Senior Community Health Caseworker

This role will combine providing one-to-one long term holistic casework and supporting community engagement activities across the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. Community engagement includes working with community groups, regular door knocking using our proven approach, and arranging community events. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework is essential. This successful candidate will add specialist knowledge around mental health and well-being.

This role is ideal for someone at any stage in their career who can demonstrate their ability to provide whole-person support. We are looking for someone who can quickly learn our methodology and who can help build on people’s strengths and foster their resilience/self-care.

Additional Benefits include

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Community Nutrition and Climate Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £29,070 – £31,396 pro-rata
  • Bingham, Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th January 2024

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLES

Community Nutrition and Climate Coordinator

This role will take a community development approach to stimulating, supporting and empowering community activities around growing, food and climate action in the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. This includes recruiting and supporting volunteers and building trusted relationships with community activists and wider agencies/partners. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework will be needed including involvement in wider community engagement activities (e.g. events and outreach).

This role is ideal for someone at any stage in their career who wants to make change happen at a local level using a community development approach towards sustainably tackling poverty and embedding climate actions within a deprived neighbourhood.

Additional Benefits include:

• 4.5% employer pension contribution

• 36 days annual leave including public holidays

• Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave

• Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal

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This vacancy has now closed

Senior Citywide Caseworker - Edinburgh

  • Full time or Part time
  • £29,070 – £31,396
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th January 2024

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLES

Senior Citywide Caseworker - Edinburgh

The role will be as part of our Next Step City-wide Next Step Team specialising in providing employability and welfare advice support to people presently facing unemployment and who are actively seeking to return to work.

We are keen to hear from people with experience of employability/employment placement.

Additional Benefits include:

• 4.5% employer pension contribution

• 36 days annual leave including public holidays

• Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave

• Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal

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This vacancy has now closed

Citywide Caseworker – Edinburgh

  • Full time or Part time
  • £25,920 – £27,840
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th December 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLE

Citywide Caseworker – Edinburgh

The role will be as part of our Next Step City-wide Next Step Team specialising in providing employability and welfare advice support to people presently facing unemployment and who are actively seeking to return to work. The successful applicant will be home-based, working city mainly with clients remotely with some work taking place at community events and outreach locations mainly between 10-3 as required.

We are keen to hear from people with experience or knowledge in Employer Engagement.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Administrator – Edinburgh (Bingham Office)

  • Part time
  • £23,000 – £25,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 31st October 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLE

Administrator – Edinburgh (Bingham Office)

The role of the administrator is to support both the Lifting Neighbourhoods together team and the Next Step team with ensuring that all aspects of the projects, along with general administration and day to day office operations.

The role also includes being the first point of call to many of the community members who visit our office each day, it is important that we maintain a welcoming and hospitable welcome to all those who step across the doorway.

During the year we arrange and facilitate community events, the administrators role will be an integral part in assisting with the organising of the events, such as arranging and liaising with venues, communicating with partners.

As the Lifting Neighbourhoods Together Project is a project all about change and testing new approaches the role will appeal to people who are prepared to test new ways of working and system changes.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Caseworker – Employment Specialist

  • Full time
  • £26,000 – £27,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 27th October 2023

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

Citywide Caseworker - Edinburgh

The role will be as part of our Next Step City-wide Next Step Team specialising in providing employability and welfare advice support to people presently facing unemployment and who are actively seeking to return to work. The successful applicant will be based at our partner Wheatley Groups office at New Mark Road in Edinburgh, working mainly with their clients with some work taking place at community events and outreach locations.

We are keen to hear from people with experience and/or knowledge in Income Maximization and/or Employer Engagement..

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave including public holidays
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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This vacancy has now closed

Senior Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • £26,007 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th September 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal TRUST

Community Renewal Trust is a social enterprise and registered charity that works to build community, improve quality of life, and alleviate poverty by engaging individuals and families and supporting them to achieve sustainable employment, improved health and to become more involved in their community.

Community Renewal delivers the successful Govanhill Roma Youth Project (GRYP), helping Roma young people flourish by listening to them, and supporting them on their terms.

GOVANHILL ROMA YOUTH PROJECT

GRYP is a project where young people and youth workers collaborate to organise a range of opportunities for Roma young people to take action on their interests, needs and concerns. Young people meet up, share ideas, and create projects, so there has always been something new going on. It is a place for young people to express their feelings, thoughts, and opinions, be listened to, gain confidence and a voice. We work with small groups, individuals, and large numbers, in community buildings, schools, young people’s homes and through detached work.

The GRYP 2024 Project has been funded for 2 years by The National Lottery Community Fund Young Start programme and will enable Roma young people to run and manage their own project through learning relevant skills and knowledge and gaining practical experience. The project will recruit young Roma trainees and volunteers to learn youth work skills to work alongside existing and new members to enable them to run their own groups, and ultimately GRYP. Through this project young people will be able to research options to transform GRYP into a young person led project, and thus realise their dreams.

THE ROLE

Senior Youth Worker

Overall purpose of the job:

The 2024 Senior Youth Worker will manage, develop and implement the GRYP 2024 project in partnership with young people and GRYP/CRT staff and management.

They will work alongside young trainees, volunteers and project members to share and develop skills, knowledge, and experience to enable them to learn project management and youth work skills in order to run their own project.

The role will involve face to face work to enable young people to engage with the project, maintain involvement and achieve positive outcomes.

The Senior Youth Worker will encourage and ensure a project environment and culture where young people feel comfortable, free from negative stereotyping and the prejudice and oppression experienced by the Roma community.

GRYP is looking for someone who has a positive energy and attitude. Is committed to teamwork, confident, respectful, and who believes in Roma young people. You must be non-judgemental, open minded, anti-oppressive and willing to learn. Also caring and compassionate, reliable, motivated, and willing to have fun!

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Finance Administrator

  • Part time
  • £21,000 – £25,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 17th April 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

This role will provide finance administration and business support for Community Renewal Trust and subsidiary businesses to ensures the smooth running of the finance department. Working with the team responsible for all financial accounting including budgeting and reporting. Please read job description for further details.

This role is based in our Govanhill Office in Glasgow.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • Reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Community Facilitator

  • Part time
  • £19,838 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th March 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

This role will support our team of community caseworkers who are based in the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. The role will concentrate on supporting community engagement including working with community groups, regular door knocking using our proven approach, and supporting community events.

This role is ideal for:

  • someone wanting to build experience in a professional environment,
  • someone wanting to spend 6 months making direct positive impact in this community, or
  • someone embarking on a new career related to community development.

It is not a formal traineeship but includes on the job learning and training in community engagement skills.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Community Nutrition & Climate Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £28,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th March 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

This role will take a community development approach to stimulating, supporting and empowering community activities around growing, food and climate action in the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. This includes recruiting and supporting volunteers and building trusted relationships with community activists and wider agencies/partners. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework will be needed including involvement in wider community engagement activities (e.g. events and outreach).

This role is ideal for someone at any stage in their career who wants to make change happen at a local level using a community development approach towards sustainably tackling poverty and embedding climate actions within a deprived neighbourhood.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Community Caseworker

  • Full time
  • Circa £26,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th March 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

This role will combine providing one-to-one long term holistic casework and supporting community engagement activities across the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. Community engagement includes working with community groups, regular door knocking using our proven approach, and arranging community events. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework is essential. We have some preference for people who could add some specialist knowledge around either mental health or employability (including employer engagement), however, this is desirable rather than essential.

This role is ideal for someone at any stage in their career who can demonstrate their ability to provide whole-person whole-neighbourhood support. We are looking for people who can quickly learn our methodology and who can help build one people’s strengths and foster their resilience/self-care.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Senior Community Caseworker (Benefits)

  • Full time
  • £28,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th March 2023

Introducing Community Renewal Trust

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

This role will combine providing benefits/welfare rights support, wider one-to-one long term holistic casework and supporting community engagement activities across the Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays neighbourhood of Edinburgh. The role also includes some training/events for staff, partners and community members in group settings. Close coordination with a wider team providing community engagement and community casework will be needed including involvement in wider community development activities (e.g. events, community group support and outreach).

This role is ideal for someone with experience of welfare rights advice who is looking to work in a role taking a more holistic or community-oriented approach.

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Loyalty scheme with up to 48 additional days leave
  • reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Caseworker – Employment specialist

  • Part time
  • £26,000 – £27,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh with home working
  • Closing 30th November 2022

Community Renewal Trust is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

In keeping with our atmosphere of trusting and valuing our staff we offer generous benefits, policies and a flexible approach to working.

Community Renewal Trust works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal Trust alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups).

The role will be as part of our Next Step City-wide Next Step Team specialising in providing employability and welfare advice support to people presently facing unemployment and who are actively seeking to return to work. The successful applicant will be home-based, working city mainly with clients remotely with some work taking place at community events and outreach locations mainly between 10-3 as required.

We are keen to hear from people with experience and/or knowledge in Income Maximization and/or Employer Engagement.

We have tried to design this role to be suitable for someone who wants to work from home most of the time and ensure the peripatetic work can be quite flexible (e.g. mostly 10am-3pm). However, there may be times of the year where more in-person/peripatetic work is needed and these will be agreed in advance.

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Community Caseworker – Employment Specialist

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th July 2022

Introduction to Community Renewal Trust

ommunity Renewal Trust is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

In keeping with our atmosphere of trusting and valuing our staff we offer generous benefits, policies and a flexible approach to working.

Community Renewal Trust works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal Trust alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups).

The role will be as part of our Pennywell Neighborhood Team specialising in providing employability support to local people presently facing unemployment and who are actively seeking to return to work. The successful applicant will also support other colleagues with different specialisms working in the same communities. From time-to-time employment support will also be provided to clients across Edinburgh. Due to the client group, evening and/or Saturday work may be required. Outreach work will be required.

We are keen to hear from people with experience and/or knowledge an interest in areas of support such as Digital Skills training / Income Maximization / Self-employment / Housing Advice and Employer Engagement/partnerships

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Community Link Worker – 2 posts

  • Part time
  • £26,471 – £28,393 pro-rata
  • North West Edinburgh
  • Closing 4th July 2022

The Community Link Worker programme is funded by EVOC and Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership. The principle aim is to support people to live well through strengthening connections between community resources and primary care.

The Community Link Workers (CLW) will be employed by Community Renewal Trust,

The success of this post is dependent on effective joint work between Community Renewal Trust, Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership and EVOC.

The post holder will be supervised by Community Renewal Trust’s Regional Director - East with support from the Community Link Worker Network Area Lead, who will work together to ensure that the post holder is on track to meet outcomes prescribed by the Scottish Government and Edinburgh Integrated Joint Board.

The two CLWs will work across three practices including Muirhouse Medical Practice, Parkgrove Medical Practice and Ladywell Medical Centre East. The CLW will provide a person-centered service that is responsive to the needs and interests of the GP practice population. They will support patients referred by medical practice staff to: Identify issues affecting their ability to live well; Identify personal outcomes and priorities; Provide support to overcome barriers to achieving personal goals; Link people to local and national services and agencies.

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

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Finance Manager

  • Part time
  • £31,000 – £37,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (Govanhill) or Edinburgh (Pennywell)
  • Closing 3rd April 2022

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLE

The Finance Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of finances for Community Renewal Trust and all subsidiaries. The Finance Team is led by the Regional Director who has overall responsibility for Strategic Financial Management.

The Finance Manager is a hands-on role including all aspects of finance (e.g. strategic work alongside bookkeeping and making payments), with pro-rata support from a Finance Assistant/Administrator and temporary support from a part-time accountant to aid transition.

The Finance Manager will also be responsible for some supplier management and may be asked to line manage Finance Assistant/Administrator(s).

Additional Benefits include:

  • 4.5% employer pension contribution
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Significant Loyalty Scheme: 10% reduction in hours after 2 years; 20% reduction in hours after 5 years - no reduction in pay (ask to see our Welfare Policy)
  • Free Access to Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme and online Health Portal
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Pennywell Neighbourhood Manager - Muirhouse, Edinburgh

  • Full time
  • £33,000 – £36,000
  • Muirhouse, Edinburgh
  • Closing 16th February 2022

Community Renewal TRUST

Community Renewal is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

THE ROLE

This post will be covering work that is delivered in Muirhouse primarily but also West Pilton and surrounding streets.

The Neighbourhood Manager has a particular role in line managing a range of staff with different areas of expertise who deliver community services for local residents (e.g. employability, health case management, community development etc). The Neighbourhood Manager is initially expected to line manage Community Renewal staff within Muirhouse. You will play a key role in coordinating activities across the team, especially in terms of community engagement, community events, the Pennywell Pantry and ensuring premises are welcoming and accessible.

We invite applications from committed individuals, who thrive on working with communities.

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Community Link Worker

  • Full time
  • To be confirmed
  • Edinburgh - Muirhouse
  • Closing 5th January 2022

Community Renewal is a social enterprise and registered charity that works to build community, improve quality of life and alleviate poverty by engaging individuals and families and supporting them to achieve sustainable employment, improved health and to become more involved in their community.

The Community Link Worker programme is funded by EVOC and Edinburgh Health & Social Care Partnership. The principle aim is to support people to live well through strengthening connections between community resources and primary care.

The Community Link Worker (CLW) will be employed by Community Renewal Trust and initially work with Muirhouse Medical Practice but may work with other practices in the future.

The role of CLW is to provide a person-centred service that is responsive to the needs and interests of the GP practice population. They will support patients referred by medical practice staff to: Identify issues affecting their ability to live well; Identify personal outcomes and priorities; Provide support to overcome barriers to achieving personal goals; Link people to local and national services and agencies.

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Neighbourhood Manager (Bingham, Magdalene & The Hays)

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £40,000
  • Bingham, Edinburgh
  • Closing 13th December 2021

COMMUNITY RENEWAL is a dynamic and innovative organisation at the cutting-edge of work towards ending persistent poverty in Scotland.

Community Renewal works among deprived communities to develop, deliver and share better approaches to unlocking flourishing lives and flourishing neighbourhoods. These approaches always place people and communities in the lead: listening to them, identifying their strengths, supporting them on their terms, and building their capacity to flourish.

Community Renewal alleviates poverty by engaging and forming trusting relationships with individuals, whole families and whole communities together then supporting them by combining holistic case management (e.g. around income, work, health, wellness) with community development (e.g. forming new community activities/groups). This work is about testing change which can inform policy, be scaled up or replicated to achieve a much greater impact than our direct delivery alone.

COMMUNITY RENEWAL: LIFTING NEIGHBOURHOODS TOGETHER

Community Renewal Trust has been awarded a £2.1m grant from National Lottery Community Foundation to deliver Community Renewal: Lifting Neighbourhoods Together (LNT). All the delivery in our Bingham office, where this role is based, is incorporated into the LNT programme.

The LNT programme is looking at how we can radically change how deprived neighbourhoods are supported. We think much more could be done to focus on community engagement and effective case management (e.g. coaching) that sticks with someone for as long as it takes for them to build the capacity to transform their own life for the better. This is unlike some existing services which seek to dissuade people from attending and provide a short-term fix for them.

We invite applications from committed individuals, who thrive on working with communities.

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Youth & Community Engagement Case Worker

  • Full time
  • from £24,000
  • Edinburgh - Bingham (also in Muirhouse when required)
  • Closing 2nd December 2021

Community Renewal Trust is a social enterprise and registered charity that works to build community, improve quality of life and alleviate poverty by engaging individuals and families and supporting them to achieve sustainable employment, improved health and to become more involved in their community.

Community Renewal delivers the Employment Safety Net project which seeks to support young people furthest from the job market to “self-manage” their life and support needs with the aim of achieving a positive destination e.g. employment, education, training or volunteering.

We work with the people for as long as it takes, building up support and trust to identify what they would like to do and highlight the positive effect it would have on their lives. Our work involves helping to clients to overcome multiple barriers with individualised support ensuring the person is heavily involved in design and core elements to ensure interest and relevance.

The post will be part of a team within the Lifting Neighbourhoods Together team delivering the project across Bingham, Magdalene & The Hays primarily, with additional work in the peripheral community. The projects have been running for a number of years and have a solid foundation on which to develop. The incoming worker will have the support and guidance as well as the freedom to bring a creative approach to the role helping to meet the evolving needs of the people the project engages with. There will be tasks to do that are part of being the wider Lifting Neighbourhoods Together team, such as events, community engagement and sometimes working with people who are not young people as part of collaborating across different specialisms.

Whilst the ESN project has tangible and achievable targets, the emphasis is very much placed on the quality of relationships with the young people. Building trust between worker and client and the wider community are first and foremost to achieve the aims and objectives of the project.

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Community Caseworkers

  • Full time
  • £23,000
  • Edinburgh - Muirhouse, Bingham or Leith base
  • Closing 20th September 2021

Community Renewal is a social enterprise and registered charity that works to build community, improve quality of life and alleviate poverty by engaging individuals and families and supporting them to achieve sustainable employment, improved health and to become more involved in their community.

Community Renewal leads a consortium which delivers the Edinburgh Targeted and Integrated Employment Service (ETIES) across Edinburgh, to support stages 4 - 5 of the Scottish Strategic Skills Pipeline. ETIES aims to help people in Edinburgh help themselves towards better working lives in well-paid jobs. Our target group is people unhappy with their low-paid or insecure work (including in “gig economy”) and people who are currently between jobs (i.e. less than 6 months unemployed).

The role of Community Caseworker is to support the team with ensuring that all aspects of the outcomes for the ETIES service are met by supporting people into employment opportunities.

We are particularly keen to hear from people who have experience and/or knowledge in other key areas such as digital skills (basic training), income maximisation, self-employment support, housing advice and employer engagement/partnerships.

Post are funded until 31st March 2022 with possibility of funding being extended

This post will involve some blended working from home and office during restrictions.

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Administrator

  • Full time or Part time
  • £18,500
  • Edinburgh Muirhouse
  • Closing 15th April 2021

Community Renewal is a social enterprise and registered charity that works to build community, improve quality of life and alleviate poverty by engaging individuals and families and supporting them to achieve sustainable employment, improved health and to become more involved in their community.

Community Renewal leads a consortium which delivers the Edinburgh Targeted and Integrated Employment Service (ETIES) across Edinburgh, to support stages 4 - 5 of the Scottish Strategic Skills Pipeline. ETIES aims to help people in Edinburgh help themselves towards better working lives in well-paid jobs. Our target group is people unhappy with their low-paid or insecure work (including in “gig economy”) and people who are currently between jobs (i.e. less than 6 months unemployed).

The role of Administrator is to support the team with ensuring that all aspects of the outcomes for the ETIES service are met, along with general administration and day to day office operations.

This post will involve working from home during restrictions.

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