Sacro’s mission is to deliver life-changing services that empower people, give hope and protection, and help to build safe communities.
The Stirling Extended Wellbeing Service (EWBS) is aimed at supporting the work of our well established Caledonian Women and Children’s service
The successful candidate will work with women who have been referred to our Caledonian Women’s Service but whose risk has been effectively managed and who are stable in terms of their safety but whom still have on-going issues related to the trauma they have sustained. The EWBS Support Worker and the woman would work together and maintain focus on mental health and wellbeing, empowerment, personal growth and independence. The EWBS support worker will regularly link in with our Caledonian Women’s Service to ensure that risk and safety continue to be monitored.
We are looking for candidates who have a sound knowledge of domestic abuse (what it is and how it works) and who understand the effects on the women and children we support.
They will need to be an effective communicator, highly organised and have effective casework management skills. They will work closely with other partners and agencies and be expected to ensure the continued development of good partnership working.
*Applications are invited from women only, as the post is exempt under the Equality Act (2010)
Membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) will be a requirement for this post
A valid driving licence and access to a car are required for this post
We offer some great benefits, including family friendly policies, flexible and hybrid working and work-life balance. We also have generous annual leave entitlement, employee wellbeing scheme, cycle to work scheme, pension scheme and death in service, enhanced company sick pay. We will offer learning and development, progression and qualifications with the opportunity for growth and development.
We welcome applications from individuals who share Sacro’s aims and values and want to engage with those we support to help them move on to a more secure, settled and fulfilling life and value diversity from all sections of the community.
Glasgow Science Centre is Scottish Charity and a unique 5-star visitor attraction with a vision for a Scotland where all people feel empowered through learning and engagement with science to make positive differences in their lives, communities and society.
Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to explore and understand the world around them, and to discover and enjoy science. We have been delivering interactive science experiences to schools, families, and community audiences for over 20 years, in-house, online and through outreach and we are dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of science to our nation’s wellbeing, economy, and society.
We are recruiting for up to three new Trustees to help us grow our influence and impact across Scotland. We are also recruiting for one independent member of our Audit Committee who should be a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, or of the UK Chartered Institute of Public Finance Accountants or of equivalent bodies of other countries. Whether you are an experienced trustee or hoping to take your first step at board level, we would like to hear from you.
Trustees play a key role in shaping strategy and acting as ambassadors for the organisation. In addition, Trustees will monitor financial and operational activities, supporting and challenging the Management Team to deliver the organisation’s mission and vision.
Glasgow Science Centre welcome applications from a wide range of sectors and are keen to hear from those who are passionate about science and widening participation. You will be committed to a charitable role where you can use your experience to influence the strategic direction of the organisation to better serve our communities and address business needs.
Board Members will also be expected to act as advocates for the organisation in the wider community of Glasgow and beyond. As an ambassador you will value and respect diversity and promote an ethos of equality and inclusion.
The Board meets four times a year at Glasgow Science Centre, 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow. Some Trustees also represent the Board on sub-committees and working groups, which meet two or three times a year. Trustees will not be remunerated, but reasonable out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.
The Nazareth Trust (TNT) is one of the largest Christian charities in Scotland, tracing its roots back to 1861, and employing over 700 people in Nazareth, Israel, through its hospital, nursing college, biblical tourism village and international volunteer programme. A small Head Office is maintained in Edinburgh, which provides administrative support as well as PR and fundraising initiatives. For more information visit nazarethtrust.org.
We are looking for an experienced HR Consultant based in Edinburgh and in conjunction with our main activities in Nazareth. He/she will be able to bring a unique blend of HR assistance based on Christian values, to our organisation.
The initial task will be to review our policies in Edinburgh and Nazareth, with best practices, and a focus on applying these standards between both operations. The objective is to bridge the gap between policies in the UK and Nazareth and bring a consistent approach to HR practices. This will be with the support of an HR Consultant in Nazareth and the Executive Assistant in Edinburgh.
Ongoing there is a need to provide expert guidance and to be available for HR situations within our Edinburgh Office, such as new appointments, and other events when they arise.
This role is based on part-time hours to suit both parties, as a retainer agreement. Initially you would receive a set fee for the work required on our policies, then a daily rate for ongoing work requirements.
Please note that travel to Israel is not required.
We would require an early employment date, if possible, for the work on our policies.
Are you a female that has a heart and passion for creating a safe place for women in a therapeutic residential community?
Anne Hope House is a therapeutic centre for women with multiple complex needs. Our holistic programs support them in their efforts to reintegrate into longer term accommodation and community.
This post is restricted to female applicants in order to reduce barriers of access for the all-female residents.
We are looking for a Project Worker, who will work as part of a team seeking to meet the practical, emotional and spiritual needs of women with multiple complex needs. As part of a team you will ensure the smooth daily running of the therapeutic centre and help to create a safe supportive caring and empowering environment for service users.
Your main tasks include managing a case-load of support clients: assisting them in their stay by key working them, assisting them set and meet goals leading to resettlement. You will also provide appropriate emotional and practical support to service users assisting in budgeting, debt management, addiction support, household routines, arranging specific specialist help, liaising with other external agencies. Experience of working with vulnerable and homeless people, experience of working within a team and the ability to deal appropriately with challenging behaviour are needed for the role. SVQ3 in Social Care, Promoting Independence or equivalent as listed by SSSC as appropriate for a Housing Support Worker, or willingness to work towards this is essential.
At Bethany we are committed to helping our employees flourish personally and professionally. Bethany provides 30 days of annual leave initially to all contracted staff, rising to a maximum of 40 days depending on length of service. We also provide enhanced payments for maternity, paternity, and adoption. Bethany also provides a company pension scheme and a death in service benefit scheme.
Successful applicants for this post will require an membership of the PVG scheme.
As Bethany is a Christian organisation, this post carries an Occupational Requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010. Please note that one reference must be from your church minister or leader to endorse your live and active Christian faith and commitment.
Are you organised and able to juggle several priorities at the same time? Do you have a good understanding of charity bookkeeping and aren’t scared by multiple funding streams? Have you worked with CRM’s before and are happy to learn more? Are you comfortable working on your own? If yes, then this job could be for you. Especially if you want to work for an organisation who supports children and young people and makes a big difference to families impacted by severe eczema.
About Eczema Outreach Support
Eczema Outreach Support (EOS) is a UK-wide charity supporting children and young people with eczema and their families. Originally set up in Scotland in 2011, we now have over 4,000 member families living across the UK.
At EOS, we want every child with eczema to thrive. We believe that having eczema should not – and will not - stop children's ambitions and dreams. By providing direct practical advice and emotional support to whole families, we empower young people to take back control of their health and break isolation. Our goal is for every child with eczema to know they are not alone.
We deliver a range of activities including one-to-one support via phone & email, we deliver face-to-face events and online activities, such as our virtual High Five Club for kids aged 3-10 and tailored support for teenagers. We also work directly with schools, as well as creating and sharing informative social media content on eczema. We also support families on a wider scale by inputting into eczema research, taking part in clinical networks and raising awareness of the impact of the condition on families’ lives. Our work is always guided by the needs of our members.
We are a small team making a big impact and we can only achieve this by valuing and supporting our people to deliver great work. Recognising the individual strengths of our team and being a flexible and supportive employer are key to our success.
About the Role
Our Business Support Officer will provide vital support across a range of areas including finance, administration and IT so EOS can deliver high quality support to families. You would be the main office contact for EOS which would include periods of lone working. This is a diverse and interesting opportunity to bring your organisational and problem-solving skills and play a key role in our small and passionate team.
Riverside Scotland houses and supports people in local communities across South West Scotland. It’s an important and dynamic environment, which has seen significant development in the last few years and has, as a Social Housing sector, some interesting challenges. These challenges can be addressed by the right skills and values at Board level, where we are culturally aligned with the broader organisation in the support and development of our communities.
We currently have a vacancy on the Board. We are looking for a Board Member who is interested in contributing to the strategic leadership of the Association. The Board’s role is to oversee the management of the business to ensure that it is financially viable, properly governed and complies with all relevant regulatory frameworks.
We are looking for a Board Member with finance, audit & risk or asset management experience as well an interest in the communities in which the Association operates. If you have a passion for the delivery of quality services that have a positive impact on individuals and the wider community, we would love to hear from you.
If appointed, you would be working with fellow Board Members and the Senior Management Team to:
This exciting role is a great personal development opportunity for individuals with the appropriate skills and knowledge.
This opportunity will offer the chance to gain experience in governance and strategic leadership of a charitable registered social landlord, committed to providing a first class service to its customers. You will also gain a vast knowledge of the housing sector operating environment.
Board Members are unremunerated but we will pay all associated expenses.
We are proud to be an inclusive organisation. We encourage applicants from all sections of the community so that we can truly reflect the neighbourhoods in which we work. We are particularly keen to hear from ethnically diverse candidates.
Fife Alcohol Support Service is looking to recruit an office-based Services Administrator.
The successful candidate will have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 applications, including Word, Excel, and have experience of database and electronic filing systems. Excellent communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team in a busy confidential service is essential.
Appointment to this post is subject to a satisfactory Disclosure Scotland Certificate
The post holder will report to the charity’s Office Manager. For an informal chat about the position, please contact Evelyn Connell on 01592 206200.
Are you passionate about nurture, high quality childcare and making a real difference to children and families in Scotland? Do you want to be part of SCMA – a thriving membership organisation, advocating on behalf of childminders and delivering services across Scotland?
We are recruiting for this role to help us deliver childminding services across Scotland.
The Scottish Childminding Association (SCMA) is the national voice of childminding in Scotland. SCMA is a national Third Sector and membership organisation that promotes childminding as a quality childcare service. Working on behalf of its 3,000 childminder members, SCMA helps to improve the wellbeing and outcomes for Scotland’s children and aims to influence policy to ensure that it is informed by the experiences of childminding. SCMA provides a wide range of support and professional services for members including training and events as well as delivering local services. For more information about our organisation and services visit childminding.org
The successful applicant will assist with the co-ordination and effective delivery of our membership services.
You will provide support and assistance to members and stakeholders of the Association.
You will also be expected to provide effective and efficient administrative support to various staff and teams within SCMA.
The postholder is required to have proven ability to prioritise work, organise information and forward plan. Enthusiasm, self-motivation, excellent communication and excellent organisational skills are essential.
The Administration Coordinator is responsible for supporting our rapidly changing organisation with key administrative tasks and adapting to new responsibilities based on the organisation's needs. The successful candidate will also be assisting the wider team in delivering support through our services and spaces. They will join our Spaces team and will support the Office Manager and the Chief Executive.
About People Know How
We run services and campaigns in Scotland that place people at the centre, making their voices heard to improve their wellbeing, overcome barriers and solve social issues. We do this through collaboration with charities, universities, businesses, government and various other bodies.
Scottish Women’s Aid has an opportunity to join their infrastructure team as a Grants and Fundraising Officer. This is a new position within the team, the role holder will be responsible for generating a diverse income and ensuring that our fundraising activities align with our strategic priorities. They will work closely with the Operations Manager as well as the Finance and Communications team.
Scottish Women’s Aid is Scotland’s leading voluntary sector organisation working to end domestic abuse and promoting effective policy and practice responses for women, children and young people who experience domestic abuse. We are the umbrella organisation for 32 autonomous Women’s Aid groups delivering direct services to women, children and young people across Scotland.
What You’ll Do
Working closely with colleagues across the organisation you will develop strong and compelling fundraising bids for a range of trusts, grant funders and government funding streams. You will support the Management Team to develop and deliver an effective, values-based fundraising strategy in line with our strategic priorities. You will also work closely with the Finance and Communications Team to attract diverse streams of income and develop innovative ways of reaching donors as well as demonstrating the impact of SWA’s work. Building a network of effective relationships with grant making bodies as well as corporate and community partners and stakeholders will be integral to the role.
What We Need
We’re looking for someone with experience in a similar role, with specific experience of developing and writing successful funding applications from a wide range of funding sources, preferably in a similar context. We’re looking for someone with skills across a range of fundraising profiles, with experience of developing legacy and corporate fundraising streams as well as community fundraising. We ask that you re a self-starter, ready to apply these skills creatively to meet our strategic priorities. Excellent written and verbal communications skills go without saying: you’ll be skilled in the ability to engage confidently with a range of different audiences, and be adept at writing to suit them, working alongside collegues across SWA to co-produce bids, reports and evaluations for funders.
We’re looking for someone who has;
What we offer
There are many reasons to work for Scottish Women’s Aid. We have a great working culture and our mission and vision attracts a brilliant staff team. Your hard work is rewarded with a package of support and benefits including:
We offer flexible hybrid working options for the majority of our employees. Some posts are eligible for full-time homeworking. We also offer flexibility for staff and work/life balance through a number of flexible working options such as flexi time, condensed hours, job sharing.
SWA are a Living wage employer, our pay and grading system offers a competitive starting salary and yearly progression.
We offer a full-time annual leave entitlement of 30 days (210 hours) per year plus 10 Public Holiday days (70 hours) per year. Leave is accrued at the rate of 3.33 days (23.3 hours) per month.
SWA believes it's important that we help you save for your retirement so access to Nest pension scheme is given to all eligible employees. SWA contributes 10% of gross contractual earnings on the provision that the employee contributes a minimum of 3% towards their pension contributions.
Learning and Development
SWA supports and develops staff to ensure they have the necessary skills, knowledge and abilities. There is an internal schedule of training on key skills and knowledge relevant to all staff. There is also scope to attend ad hoc training for employees who are working to develop specific skills.
Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Pay
SWA offers staff who meet the criteria for Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) an enhanced maternity pay of 20 weeks on full pay and 20 weeks on half pay.
As part of SWA’s commitment to staff wellbeing, staff are offered access to a confidential 24/7 health and Wellbeing service with AIG which provides confidential advice, counselling and legal support to all staff, and where applicable, immediate family members.
Bike 2 Work
An interest-free loan to purchase a bike, can be arranged up to the value of £1,000.
Edinburgh Leisure Gym Subsidies
Edinburgh based staff are able to access Edinburgh Leisure facilities for the reduced price of £1 per session.
Applications will be accepted from women only under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
Scottish Women’s Aid is an equal opportunities employer, all women, including women with the protected characteristic of gender reassignment, may apply for women-only roles.
SWA are committed to recruiting a diverse workforce that is representative of the people we serve.
We are taking positive action to address an under-representation of minoritised and marginalised women within our workforce. We offer Disabled and racially minoritised women the option of requesting that their application is considered under the terms of our Guaranteed Interview Schemes. You will be asked if you wish to be considered when you complete our application form.