• Handling payment transactions
• Ensuring that customer service is delivered in line with standards.
• Assisting customers to resolve any problems or concerns.
• Preparing and replenishing stock as required.
• Ensuring kiosk/display standards are maintained.
• Ensuring housekeeping standards are met.
• Basic visual merchandising duties.
• Maintaining health and safety standards.
• Stock management.
This is a TCA post, in partnership with OWLS, Community Justice, working alongside women in the community area of Perth & Kinross. The successful applicant will be employed by Tayside Council on Alcohol.
We are looking to recruit a dynamic individual who can provide life changing support to female offenders using a bespoke mentoring approach. We are looking for a passionate and driven individual who can encourage, clients to be empowered and make positive life changes with support and successful reintegration into their community; this would include arranging help with housing, debt, benefits, addictions and family relationships, education, training, and employment. The successful candidate must have access to a car.
We specialise in working with females and more complex case work so your background and training should evidence that in some way. You will be joining a team of successful staff who pride themselves on quality work and delivery and making a real difference in some very challenging circumstances. Mentoring is a voluntary relationship of engagement, encouragement, and trust. Its immediate priority is to offer support, guidance, and practical assistance to offenders/ex-offenders in the community who can be vulnerable.
You must be a team player and can accept responsibility and make decisions. You will possess good interpersonal skills, good communications skills, both written and oral, and competency in basic computing and IT. You will be capable of logical thinking, practical problem-solving, objective assessment skills and report writing. You must also be able to motivate and support others. You will be required to take on role of providing service cover within the OWLS centre.
Please note that the post has a genuine occupational requirement for the post holder to be female due to the client group. This is in line with Equality Act 2010 guidelines.
Additional Information: More information on the post can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01738 580336.
We are excited to announce the opportunity for a Policy and Public Affairs Officer to join the SYP team. Working within SYPs youth led structure, this role will be to support on the delivery of our policy, campaigns, influencing and public affairs work across the organisation. Including supporting Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament, project participants, support workers, SYP staff and other key stakeholders. This post is subject to membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme.
Inverness City Heritage Trust (ICHT) is seeking new volunteer members to serve on our Board of Trustees.
Inverness City Heritage Trust is a registered Scottish Charity focussed on the conservation and revitalisation of the city’s historic environment. The Trust currently has four members serving on the Board of Trustees and would like to recruit up to four more committed and enthusiastic individuals to help us manage the delivery of our new forward plan.
Trustees, who contribute their time and expertise on a voluntary basis, should have an active interest in the historic built environment of Inverness. We want a lively and diverse board of Trustees, and although no prior experience is necessary, we would be interested to hear from individuals with skills and experience in:
We are excited to announce the opportunity for a Participation and Programmes Officer to join the SYP team. Working within SYPs youth led structure, this role will be to support on the delivery of our participation, programmes, project and training work across the organisation. Including supporting Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament, project participants, support workers, SYP staff and other key stakeholders. This post is subject to membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme.
Are you ready to embark on an engaging journey where you'll play a vital role in providing administrative support across the team including board meetings and tackling the day-to-day challenges of a dynamic charity? You will support all areas of the charity such as, Programmes and Volunteering, Fundraising, Marketing and Communications and Governance. The ICAS Foundation is on the lookout for a passionate and very organised individual to join us as a Foundation Administrator.
Who We Are: The ICAS Foundation is an independent charity that collaborates closely with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion among its members. For the past decade, we've been dedicated to empowering university students studying accountancy and finance, having granted over £2 million in funding. Each year, we support approximately 100 students across universities in Scotland and England, welcoming around 35 new Scholars annually and guiding them through their university journey for up to 4 years.
Our core mission is to enable academically talented young people from less privileged backgrounds to pursue accountancy or finance-related degrees. We accomplish this through financial bursaries, a mentoring scheme, and facilitating internships and graduate job opportunities.
The Job: As a Foundation Administrator, you'll dive into a multifaceted role that involves diary management, meeting coordination, minute-taking, data collection, and thanking donors for their donations. You will be skilled in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel, and supporting the administration needs of our volunteers, students and donors.
You'll help to organise board meetings, manage the mailbox, student bursary and grant enquiries administration and coordinate updates from mentors, students, and alumni. Additionally, you'll support fundraising initiatives, administering donations, writing thank you letters to donors and support at events to elevate our charity's visibility and income.
Your work will directly contribute to our mission of supporting young people from diverse backgrounds in the UK, enabling them to pursue higher education and a broader range of career opportunities, including becoming a Chartered Accountant.
Who We Need: We're seeking an experienced and organised administrator, with a preference for candidates who have worked in charitable organisations. However, we're open to various work experiences that can be applied to advance the ICAS Foundation's charitable purpose.
Our work is all about creating a positive impact for young people and is both rewarding and challenging. We're looking for someone who thrives in a fast-paced and diverse role, enjoys engaging with others, and is adept at managing multiple tasks, stakeholders, and schedules. You should be comfortable juggling diaries, coordinating external meetings and events, and collaborating closely with a small, enthusiastic and hard-working team with direct responsibility to the Director.
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of the ICAS Foundation's mission, making a real impact in an organisation where you can roll up your sleeves and take on a pivotal role.
In addition to a competitive base salary, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including an employer pension scheme (9%), a generous holiday package (Up to 35 days including public holidays and the option to buy and sell), training and development opportunities, and up to 3 days paid volunteering days to support charitable activities. The post will be contracted on a joint employment basis between the ICAS Foundation and ICAS, benefiting from all of the features and benefits of an ICAS employee.
At Inverness, Badenoch & Strathspey CAB we are a friendly team of over 70 employees and volunteers working across 3 locations (Inverness, Raigmore and Aviemore) delivering a busy advice service. We strive to deliver a good quality service that meets the needs of our clients in a non-judgemental and confidential manner. We aim for individuals not to suffer through not knowing or understanding their rights and responsibilities or not being aware of the services available to them. We are looking for a Welfare Rights Coordinator to join our team.
You will coordinate and oversee the work of the Welfare Rights Team based in Inverness and Aviemore and ensure that the team is able to provide specialist advice on welfare rights and benefits matters. You will work collaboratively with colleagues within other advice areas (e.g. Housing, Money Advice) in delivering a holistic advice-giving service for our community.
Board Member Opportunities
Looking to gain Board level experience?
Are you a professional in Social Change, Procurement, ICT, Health and Safety?
Then read on to find out more . . .
Who Are We?
Newmilns Snow and Sports Complex is a dynamic and evolving organisation dedicated to changing people’s lives. As the only UK Charity Ski Slope, we are proudly different.
Using the power of the great outdoors and a ‘sport for change’ model we develop confidence, motivation, and employment skills through snow sports. We work with children and adults, schools and youth groups delivering employability, personal development, volunteering, and training opportunities at our rural, East Ayrshire site.
The most direct benefit of our work is delivered to disadvantaged or hard to reach groups. To achieve this, we work with our community to identify the issues important to them, develop and deliver solutions to ensure everyone has access to opportunities to make the changes needed to live positive and fulfilling lives.
We also have a busy snow sports lesson schedule, offer recreational skiing and snowboarding, tubing (sledging) and children’s parties.
Our wonderful business is experiencing exciting change and growth, with an expending social impact portfolio, increasing staff team and specialisms, introduction of transformative digital solutions and a growing passion for increasing opportunities within our community.
Ready for a new challenge?
If you are looking to gain Board experience and an opportunity and to share your skills and experience to shape and drive our business strategy in pursuit of our charitable aims and to, inspire and empower our teams through this exciting growth period, this is a fabulous opportunity.
Skills & Qualifications Required
If you are professional working in Social Change, Procurement, Health and Safety or ICT, we be particularly interested and would love to hear from you.
We need you to bring your professional background, share your expertise to advise and guide the strategic direction, governance and compliance of our business. We can bring the excitement, adventure and thrill of the outdoors and an amazing team to your next opportunity!
Essentially you just need to be a great team player, enjoy working collaboratively to achieve shared goals and make a difference to the lives of other. You should be,
• A great communicator and comfortable contributing to senior level discussion.
• Inquisitive, happy to ask questions, challenge and clarify information.
• Confident to share a refreshed view on business processes.
• Have knowledge and experience of identifying and delivering solutions within your area of expertise.
• Share in our core values and ensure the strategic direction of the business is aligned with our vision, values and charitable aims.
• A background in the Charities or Social Enterprise sectors, desirable.
Why Join Us
You can expect to join a small, dedicated, volunteer team of passionate professionals who share our values and are committed to positive social change in our community.
• Shared and equal responsibility.
• Bi-Monthly online meetings.
• Some subcommittee group work as required.
• Appointment for a 2-years with opportunity for reappointment for a further 2 years.
• Develop Board and leadership experience.
• Be part of a vibrant growing business where fun under pins our lifechanging activities.
• Free slope access.
We are an equal opportunities employer with a commitment to making reasonable adjustments for candidates who may require them.
Due to growth in our services, we are looking for proactive, empathetic and flexible part time Wellbeing Practitioners to join our Adult Services Team. These roles will be based primarily in Treehouse, a specialised service for neurodivergent individuals who require bespoke packages of wellbeing and learning support.
You will use person-centred approach to ensure the needs of adults in our services are met, supporting them to engage with agreed outcomes, building confidence and resilience, and enhancing their wellbeing and opportunities for independence. You will work collaboratively to create a safe and nurturing environment and ensure the highest quality of support and safeguarding standards.
Experience of working with individuals with additional support needs, good understanding of safeguarding and commitment to Donaldsons’ values and ethos are essential. You will be a creative problem-solver, able to respond flexibly to changing circumstances while providing structured and consistent support that needs individual support needs. A relevant qualification, such as SVQ 2 in social care, would be advantageous.
The post is subject to PVG Scheme Record/Update.
This vacancy is advertised on a rolling basis, with applications reviewed as they come in. The vacancy may close earlier if the positions are filled ahead of closing date.
You will be part of a nursing team within a wider multidisciplinary team with responsibility for the delivery of daily care and assessment of health needs, the development of care plans and the implementation and evaluation of these. You will ensure that the delivery of care to our children and young people is of the highest quality.
You will work within both the Residential and School setting (Mon-Fri), working across 52-weeks. Nursing shifts cover a 24/7 period, consisting of 12.5-hour shifts which can be both dayshift and wakened nightshift.
You will be accountable for high nursing standards and practices within the school and provide evidence of this good practice for our inspection bodies - The Care Inspectorate, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Education (HMIE), NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (NHS QIS), Social Work Inspection Agency (SWIA) from April 2011.
Main Purpose of the role
We're one of Scotland's oldest charities - for more than two centuries, we've been supporting and empowering people with sight loss to live fulfilling lives. We're proud of all we've achieved in the past - but we have our sights set firmly on the future.
We're determined that no-one should face sight loss alone. We're committed to improving, diversifying and growing our services to make sure we can reach many more people with sight loss - when and where they need us.