Reporting directly to the Deputy Services Manager, the Human Resources Officer will be responsible for a wide range of HR activities, including people development, pay and benefits, HR policies and legislation, learning and development, employee engagement & recruitment, while contributing to the overall success of our organisation. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in managing all HR functions, supporting our employees on a part- time basis.
Do you want to make a positive impact on the lives of children and young people with a learning disability and or Autism?
We have an exciting opportunity for a family focused, warm friendly, resourceful and empathetic individual to join our newly extended Disability Service as a Family Worker.
About Options Fife
At Options Fife we have been providing person centred services to children and young people with a learning disability and/or Autism for over 25 years. Our Family Workers enhance the existing provision offered, enabling whole family support for children and families with complex learning needs.
What we are looking for....
As a Family Worker, you will offer emotional and direct practical help to families experiencing short- or long-term challenges. You will work with families; identifying areas where support is required, working with them to co-produce a family support plan which will be individually tailored to their child’s and family’s needs. You will agree outcomes and personal goals within the child’s plan.
The role of the Family Worker will be diverse and wide ranging and will include the following:
• Promote and develop healthy routines, including sleep.
• Provide practical support with personal care.
• Support the development of play routines.
• Support parents to address difficulties and reduce risks.
• Build upon parents existing knowledge and equip them with enabling strategies and tools.
• Support families to have positive and rewarding relationships.
• Support families to implement structure, identify triggers and understand the function and purpose of their child’s behaviour and reduce challenges from escalating.
• Along with families, liaise and work with partners and colleagues from Social Work, Health and Education to assess, review and evaluate progress.
• You will have experience of supporting children and families with a learning disability and Autism. You will have up-to-date knowledge of best practice and supporting tools and interventions.
You will manage your own diary, and your hours will be 37.5 per week, worked flexibly between 7am and 10pm, Monday to Sunday. The days and hours worked will be agreed with families within the family support plan. There may also occasionally be a need to provide additional support out with these times and to be able to respond to crises and family stress.
At Aberlour we want to make sure every child and young person has the love, support and opportunity they need to reach their potential. If you share the same vision, we want you to join our team.
What we offer...
As well as a supportive team and excellent training opportunities, we want all our employees to feel valued and rewarded for the vital work they do. When you work with us, we'll recognise your efforts with generous annual leave, an excellent employer pension scheme and a range of deals and discounts across various retailers.
Due to several Trustees stepping down after long periods of time on the Board, we are currently seeking four new Trustees to join the organisation.
Drake Music Scotland is fully committed to social inclusion and diversity and aims to have a wide range of people including d/Deaf and disabled people, those with chronic illness, those from Protected Characteristics groups and from social backgrounds or who might not consider themselves experienced enough for the role. We are open to conversations with anyone with a passion for equality and a belief in the importance of our work.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced trainer to use their commercial know how and qualifications to make a difference to the people of Leith and North Edinburgh.
Working as part of the Harbour Homes Placemaking Team your role will be to promote, design and deliver quality training to new and existing commercial customers with revenue generated financing local community projects. You will also be responsible for some of the internal training delivery to the Harbour Homes group.
Educated to HND level, you will have at least 3 years’ experience in a training delivery role. In addition, you will be accredited to a relevant body which will allow you to deliver IOSH and other H&S courses, including Emergency First Aid and First Aid at Work and if required Mental Health First Aid.
You will have experience of developing and delivering original training content to specification both classroom based and online.
Delivery will largely be based in Edinburgh, although depending on commercial need there may be some travel to Fife and wider areas.
Ownership of a car is essential for which relevant expenses will be paid.
Harbour is Leith and north Edinburgh’s biggest social landlord, providing thousands of affordable homes from Portobello to Granton and everywhere in between. We’ve been contributing to the regeneration of local areas since 1975, and it’s our mission to: ‘make a positive impact on people’s lives in Leith and north Edinburgh by providing affordable homes and services and creating brilliant communities”.
The post will be subject to a Police Standard Disclosure Check.
Place of work: Hybrid: You will be required to be accessible to our office in Alloa or other sites across Central Scotland. However, during periods when not required in person you will be able to work from home.
Due to the nature of this specific role, we are open to candidates who may come from a consultant or freelancer background. This position can be flexible in relation to the person and/or the hours and work pattern. Likewise, we would also welcome a candidate who would prefer to take on the employed position.
Resilience Learning Partnership is still a new and developing organisation. We started our journey with one staff member and a small Board of Directors just over 5 years ago. And, we now have 12 staff members and an ever-growing Board which we continue to add to.
Our success has been primarily down to- growing organically, being lived experience led and having a strong entrepreneurial approach to much of what we do.
Therefore, it is important to us that anyone considering putting forward an expression of interest in this role has a social entrepreneurial vision around their work and the approach that they take.
We are a social enterprise and entrepreneurialism/social entrepreneurialism is an essential element of what we do- we a looking for candidates that can demonstrate an understanding of the importance of this and are excited to hear from you about how you would bring this quality to the role.
As well as the programme management elements, this role includes a high level of responsibility for organisational financial management which could be filled by a separate finance consultant, or a job share arrangement. We are looking for someone to fulfil programme manager responsibilities across at least 3 days per week but if you feel you could fulfil both the finance and programme manager parts then we would accept interest in the post as a full-time contract.
Work/life balance is really important to us. We are open to exploring how this role could work for you and so will accept applications for this post on a full-time, part-time, job share and/or other flexible working arrangements – please state on your application form and detail in a covering letter. We would also welcome expressions of interest from freelance consultants who feel they could fulfil parts of this role and would ask for this to be detailed in your application.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the University of Stirling Students’ Union as Sports Development Coordinator to plan, coordinate and deliver comprehensive sports development programmes, in conjunction with the Sports President. You will manage and develop the Sports Administrator. You will also support sports union members, with particular focus but not exclusively, in the areas of Club Development, Participation, Health and Wellbeing and Finance & Funding in line with our vision to ‘Make Students Lives Better’.
Stirling Students’ Union is the representative student body at the University of Stirling. We are a registered charity and exist to support students getting the best degree, helping students make friends, supporting students when they need support and building skills for the future. We do this by supporting academic reps, providing volunteering opportunities, societies and sports clubs. We also offer support, employability skills, advice and opportunities to influence our sustainability work. We are proudly student led and each spring elect four full time paid students to lead our work: President, Vice President Communities, Vice President Education and Sports Union President.
We’re looking for a talented and passionate individual to join our Membership Services division. You’ll be driven, using your initiative to support a wide range of organisational initiatives, programmes and projects. Specific duties of the role include:
Participation & Engagement
Health & Wellbeing
Finance & Funding
At Stirling Students’ Union every day is different. If you like variety and would like to utilise your skills and experiences to make a difference within a fast-paced environment, then this could be the job for you. With a competitive salary for the non-profit sector, there’s plenty of reasons to consider building a career with us.
If you’re a passionate and driven individual, exciting by the opportunity to create change and make an impact as part of a dynamic organisation then we’d love to hear from you.
Making Rights Real is a human rights organisation in Scotland that works with communities and grassroots activists to deliver human rights for everyone. We launched in 2020 and are currently developing human rights initiatives with community groups.
We are keen to extend our board.
We have set up Making Rights Real to be a kind, fun and useful organisation.
Our Values are based on core human rights values of dignity and respect, all our work is underpinned by the principles of a human rights based approach. We are known for:
We are looking for new Board members who will help us shape the organisation and decide how we should invest our time.
We would particularly value people with expertise in one or more of the following areas:
More than anything though, it is your enthusiasm and commitment to social justice and human rights that we need.
The role of Trustee / Board Member may be carried out online or in person.
The Craighalbert Centre (The Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments) purpose is to work with families and partners to deliver integrated learning, therapy and care for children in Scotland, supporting the enablement of children affected by motor impairments to achieve their potential and fulfil their ambitions.
We are actively looking for passionate individuals who are enthusiastic about working as part of a team devoted to supporting children with additional support needs. In the capacity of a Learning, Care, and Therapy Practitioner, you will become an essential member of our highly experienced and dedicated teams, bringing your enthusiasm to your work each day.
As a fundamental part of our commitment to fostering a personalised and inclusive environment, we design specialised settings that nurture children's learning, curiosity, well-being, and ongoing health. Your responsibilities will include assisting with personal care, facilitating learning and active engagement, and contributing to therapy support. Our ultimate goal is to empower each child to reach their fullest potential.
We offer the following benefits:
· Attractive salary package,
· Comprehensive pension plan (Local Government Pension Scheme),
· Substantial annual leave allowance (55 days),
· Family support,
· Employee assistance program,
· Convenient on-site parking at no cost.
About Us The Ayrshire Hospice provides quality specialist palliative care for adults with life-limiting illness within Ayrshire and Arran. We provide a wide range of services and care in people’s homes, care homes and hospitals, as well as in the hospice itself. This is provided at no cost to our patients or their families. Our vision is to reach and improve the lives of everyone in Ayrshire affected by life-limiting illness.
What We Are Looking For
We are looking for a motivated and talented Fundraising Manager who will help us grow our community and events fundraising income.
Working closely with the Head of Fundraising and other departmental managers, the post holder will help grow our highly successful community and events portfolio. The Fundraising Manager will be required to support the fundraising team as well as lead on researching and identifying potential new income streams within community and events, building strong relationships with donors.
The post-holder will cover a whole spectrum of fundraising duties and needs to think strategically and work operationally. They will need to be confident in representing the organisation externally and coordinate and maintain strong working relationships.
Is this the job you have been looking for?
Informal enquiries to Tracey Corrigan, Head of Fundraising on 01292 288488
To be the strategic lead for the co-ordination and collaboration of third sector employability services and represent the sector strategically. To work collaboratively with statutory and third sector partners to maximise the impact of the third sector on improving employment outcomes in Fife.
Strong candidate sought to represent and build capacity of third sector employability services and improve employment outcomes in Fife. The successful applicant will work closely with the Local Employability Partnership (Opportunities Fife) and other key strategic partners to develop policy and commissioning of employment services in Fife. They will manage a small team to deliver an established programme of training and events as well as offering one to one support for third sector employability providers to improve collaboration, capacity and skills. Knowledge of co-production and lived experience work would be a bonus.