The Boys’ Brigade is an international Christian youth organisation, providing opportunities for children and young people (5 – 18 years old) to learn, grow and discover in a safe, fun and caring environment. Our vision is that children and young people experience ‘life to the full’.
We are seeking an individual with strong organisational, and interpersonal skills who can work with our newly established volunteer led community of trainers to create a collaborative and enthused network.
To find out more about this role, please see the attached Job Pack.
The Best in You Brings Out the Best in Me
Exciting opportunity to join a growing Management team within Stirling and Forth Valley
ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic and vibrant social care organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people with learning disabilities and we are looking for motivated and driven individuals to join us in ensuring they have the same opportunities as everyone else.
Are you a driven and motivated individual who enjoys new and unique challenges daily? Do you have the passion and drive to lead a team of frontline staff to support individuals to achieve their personal outcomes, live the life they choose and become an inclusive member within their own community? If so, there has never been a better time to apply!
Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate the following:
At ENABLE Scotland we believe in developing all our staff and we provide an extensive learning programme together with in-house career development opportunities. These include, but are not limited to:
We also have an excellent range of staff benefits on offer including but not limited to:
Starting a career with ENABLE Scotland is the first step towards making a real difference in our award-winning charity’s mission to help create an equal society for every person who has a learning disability.
ENABLE Scotland is an equal opportunities employer and our recruitment, selection and assessment process is based entirely on values, skills and competencies required of the specific roles.
Note: The successful applicant will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) within 6 months of their start date.
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Due to retirement of our current Groups Co-ordinator, we are looking to recruit an experienced practitioner to join our team based here in Alloa. This post involves overseeing our group work provision (mainly within the early-years framework) in areas across Clackmannanshire. The Groups Co-ordinator role is a hands-on role and is well supported by 2 Family Support Group Workers and a cluster of Group Volunteers.
The parents we support are struggling with daily challenges such as mental health illness, disability, poverty, domestic abuse, relationship difficulties, trauma, isolation and loneliness. In addition to our weekly Family Support Groups, we provide one to one support to families in their own homes and out and about in the community.
Ideally, the successful candidate will hold a minimum level of SCQF Level 7 (SVQ Level 3) in a relevant field and show a commitment to ongoing personal and professional development. As is usual, this post is subject to membership of the PVG Scheme and suitable references.
Community House Ltd is a well-established charity in Alloa, Clackmannanshire with its roots in the local community for over 20 years. Supporting some the most vulnerable families, it employs two part-time Practitioners, 2 part time practitioners Assistant, a part-time Senior Practitioner and a full-time Chief Officer, a cleaner and volunteers
Currently our service delivery consists of groupwork, and we offer a variety to woman and children within our demographic area. Every day we offer an after-school group where children attend from local primary schools via referrals and engage in a fun activity and receive a healthy nutritious dinner. We offer baby massage, Thrive, own my Life and will be running PPP groups for parents. We are expanding our service delivery and hope to be engaging in outreach working supporting families and women who have been the victims of Domestic Abuse. We have an adult helping hands groups which supports adults with additional needs and their carers, offering some respite, fun activity, and lunch. We have a dining area, crafting area, movie room and sensory area along with a large outside space for playing that we are currently looking at developing.
Community House Ltd is seeking committed volunteer Trustees and specifically a Treasurer to join the Board to support the charity in fulfilling its objectives.
Trustees must understand that they are accountable to the Community House Ltd mission as contained in the charity’s constitution ensuring the effective governance of the charity and in collaboration with the Chief Officer.
Specifically, the Board of Trustees are looking for individuals with professional experience in any of the following fields: finance, business, or legal although any other professional vocations will also be considered. Currently the Board of Trustees meets monthly, normally for no more than two hours and when necessary, meetings can be facilitated via Zoom so internet access is vital. All documents are stored on a one drive so access to online facilities is crucial to delivering a supporting role as a trustee. There is also an AGM once a year around September.
In conjunction with the other Board of Trustee members, the Trustees will: -
The Treasurer role is an Office-Bearers role for which there are extra responsibilities: -
It is not a requirement that applicants are resident in Clackmannanshire, but it is hoped they have a genuine desire to help its communities and believe in the Community House Ltd mission.
Trustees are appointed for a period of one year, extendable annually at the AGM for a maximum of a further three years with board approval.
SKILL AND QUALITIES
For the Treasurer role:-
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to work across the Fundraising & Engagement team to ensure high quality messages and resources are available to all fundraisers (staff and supporters). You will also play a key role in the strategic digital transformation the Trust is currently carrying out (involving a new CRM, e-marketing software and website).
Do you want to work for a caring organisation that believes in people?
Do you want to make a difference?
As a Peer Navigator with Change Grow Live, you’ll work with people who use our services, helping them get to where they want to be.
Change Grow Live are a charity dedicated to the belief that we can make a difference to our Service Users lives, offering support and respect in a safe environment, treating each user as an individual and working with them to find the right treatment and care options.
Our core values are ‘Be open, be compassionate and be bold’ and our team members apply these daily to achieve our mission of helping people change the direction of their lives, grow as individuals, and live life to its full potential.
As an Peer Navigator you will; support service users from point of entry into service and through their treatment/recovery journey; provide screening, assessment, recovery planning and onward referral; reduce drug and alcohol related harm to service users and the wider community.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone with experience of substance misuse issues looking to take the next step in their career with a charity that will support your continued personal and professional development.
We believe that having diverse people working as part of our team makes us the organisation that we are.
Scottish Autism seeks to promote and provide care, education, support and opportunities for people with autism of all ages throughout Scotland. We work tirelessly to create a world where autistic people are understood and enabled to lead meaningful, fulfilling and happy lives as valued members of the community.
A key expectation of everyone who works for Scottish Autism is that they live and breathe our values; Collaboration, Change Makers, Compassion and Contribution. Our values come into play throughout everything we do at work – how we work together, and how we deliver services to the people we support and to the people we work alongside.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Trust & Corporate Fundraiser to join our team. You will assist the Income Generation Lead to develop and implement the income generation strategy, stewarding donors and generating income from key funders, partnerships, projects and events
In this role you will:
The successful candidate will:
You will be educated to at least Higher level and have significant fundraising experience, including trusts, foundations and corporate fundraising, plus significant account management experience.
Scottish Autism offers you:
This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure check.
Scottish Autism is a smoke free organisation. Our aim is to protect the Health and Wellbeing of our employees and the individuals we support by providing a smoke free environment.
Please email Karen Wilson, Income Generation Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat about the role.
We have new and exciting opportunity to join the Partnerships Team as a Senior Project Officer. Reporting to the National Partnerships Manager at Sustrans and embedded within the Placemaking Team at Scottish Canals you will support delivery of shared priorities for Placemaking and active travel across the canal network.
Working closely alongside other teams across Scotland, you will develop and implement an Active Travel Strategy for Scottish Canals. You will develop a strategic funding pipeline that reflects this strategy and the placemaking priorities within the Scottish Canals Corporate plan. You will identify and develop long term match funding opportunities for the active travel programme, including liaising with funders to discuss potential projects and submitting funding applications.
You will build and manage internal and external relationships with key stakeholders and partners and identify opportunities to align policy aims and increase investment in active travel and placemaking.
This role will require travel and work at locations as necessary to undertake projects on behalf of Scottish Canals.
Candidates should be based within the geographical area with the expectation of working 4 days a week with Scottish Canals (office or home based) and a day a week with Sustrans Scotland at either hub in Edinburgh or Glasgow, or home based.
You should be an experienced Project Manager with excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will have the ability to work in partnership and build relationships with local authorities, other stakeholders and local communities.
A strong team member, you will also have the ability to work independently and make decisions with minimal supervision.
Competency in using GIS (geographic information system) mapping would be advantageous.
We ask you to demonstrate your knowledge of the funding environment, identifying new opportunities writing applications, bids, and proposals.
Sustrans has a long-term commitment to being a charity for everyone - reducing inequality, valuing diversity, enabling inclusion and ensuring all people are treated with dignity and respect. We aim to be a truly inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all parts of the community, in particular from under-represented groups.
What we offer
In return we can offer true hybrid working to suit individual circumstances and a flexible, supportive and rewarding working environment.
EQUI-POWER is a registered charity (Scottish Incorporated Charitable Organisation No. SC045949) and member group of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). We believe in the power of horses to transform lives, and work from a temporary base offering a range of therapeutic and sporting activities to 80 children and adults with additional support needs. Our work supports physical and emotional well-being, skills development, and enjoyment.
Equi-Power was established with a mission to create a new, purpose-built RDA centre of excellence for Scotland. Our vision includes high quality facilities to deliver the therapeutic riding, vaulting, carriage driving, learning and volunteering opportunities that RDA is recognised for UK wide, alongside community facilities including a fully accessible play area and café with Changing Places toilet. Work on this project is being led by the Board of Trustees and the staff team, with continued support from the wider community. Following the submission of a planning application in Dec 2022, significant resourcing of fundraising and capital project management expertise is sought at board level to help bring the vision to fruition.
Professional applicants with significant expertise in capital fundraising and capital project management who would like to use their skills to support an exciting project with outstanding social outcomes are invited to apply.
The appointment briefs for each role are available for download below.
Are you passionate about helping people to live a better life? Do you want to work for a charity where your health and wellbeing matter just as much as the people you support? Do you want to be part of a trauma-informed team where you will be supported to develop creative and flexible ways of working?
You don’t need to have previous experience or qualifications in this field. If you share our values, this could be the role for you!
At LinkLiving, our values and people are at the heart of everything we do including how we recruit our staff. It is important for us to find people who share our values, which are:
LinkLiving is a Scottish health and wellbeing charity that supports people to manage or overcome the effects of negative life experiences (including trauma, mental health challenges, poverty and inequality) so that they can build on their strengths and aspirations in order to live their best possible lives. We support people through a range of models including:
• Personal development and employability programmes
• Self-help coaching
• Supported accommodation
• Care at home
• Housing support
• Social cafes
Steps To Success in Grangemouth provides residential accommodation and support for care-experienced young people aged 16-25 to help them to gain the skills needed to live independently before moving on to a permanent tenancy elsewhere. The service is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Your main role will be to support care experienced young people to create a home, offering practical, emotional and social support to assist them to develop the skills necessary for successful independent living. You will need to be able to develop warm and effective relationships with service users, supporting them to cope with their lives in a positive and planned way so that they feel valued and supported and in control of their own lives.
You will ideally have some experience of multi-agency working, housing support/care at home systems and knowledge of the challenges faced by care experienced young people. You will participate in a rota which includes waking night shifts and weekends but has plenty of time off in between shifts to ensure a healthy work/life balance.
For a comprehensive list of the essential and desirable criteria required for this post, please refer to the Job Specification in the Job information Pack above.
What’s in it for you?
The benefits of being a LinkLiving employee (subject to the policies and benefit terms and conditions) include:
• Competitive salary, reviewed annually, and opportunity for annual performance related salary increases and discretionary non-consolidated pay awards, subject to terms of the scheme
• 35 days’ holiday per year (inclusive of public holidays) pro rata plus additional 3 days pro rata after 3 years’ service, with an opportunity to buy and sell holiday
• temporary enhanced business travel mileage allowance to support employees with increased fuel costs
• access to paid SVQ qualifications and a wide range of learning and development opportunities and funded Disclosure Scotland and Scottish Social Services Council memberships
• defined contribution pension scheme with generous employer contributions plus salary exchange and additional voluntary contribution options
• life assurance scheme providing death in service benefits to named beneficiaries
• healthcare cash plan for employees (and dependents) to support health and wellbeing plus discounts on shopping, restaurants, and other services
• employee assistance programme for employees and their immediate household dependants to support health, mental and financial well-being
• discounted travel schemes including cycle to work scheme, monthly bus pass scheme and travel ticket loan and much more!
Successful applicants will be required to register with SSSC within 6 months of their start date.
This post is subject to Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme registration. Link will meet the cost of any new PVG scheme membership or scheme record update.
Interested? If you have any questions about the role, please email email@example.com and we can arrange for someone from the service to call you for an informal chat.
To find out more about what LinkLiving do and to view the generous pay and benefits package, please visit our website at linkliving.org.uk