An exciting new role has been created at Jubilee House. We are looking for someone with passion and experience to join our team as we are currently growing and expanding our services.
Jubilee House is an independent domestic abuse charity situated in the west end of Paisley. We have been operating full time since February 2023, and since then we have developed several new services. We have more in the pipeline. We are client centred and try to find ways to help each individual woman who uses our service. This often involves thinking outside the box. We are also client led in the production of new services.
The ideal candidate would have:
Post open to women only in accordance with Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.
The successful candidate will work within a progressive, focused team and will participate in increasing and expanding the outreach of our services into the community.
Full induction training will be provided.
We have an exciting opportunity to join Alzheimer Scotland as a Digital Marketing Officer. Based within our Communications and Campaigns team, you will lead on the digital marketing strategy for the Charity. Developing and monitoring our digital marketing, social media, and email campaigns you will have a strong creative flair and a passion for digital marketing.
The role will collaborate closely with our Stakeholder Engagement team to generate high-quality digital content and develop ideas for income generation and awareness raising campaigns. You will also collaborate closely with our Creative Designer on the development of visual assets to accompany social media and marketing campaigns.
You will be responsible for developing our audience experience, at all times ensuring that our messaging is maintaining the Alzheimer Scotland brand and tone-of-voice.
The successful candidate must excel in autonomously managing tasks within tight deadlines, without compromising on quality, thriving in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
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The successful candidate for this post will be subject to a criminal check through Disclosure Scotland.
Changeworks has over 35 years’ experience in delivering high impact solutions for low-carbon living. We work collaboratively with partners, organisations and householders to drive transformation in energy efficiency and to tackle fuel poverty. An exciting opportunity for a Research and Policy Consultant has come up in our busy and growing team.
This role is based within our Consultancy Team and will report to the Senior Research Consultant. Our Consultancy team are leaders in the industry and provide expert analysis and insight. The team works across a range of disciplines including data analysis, social research and impact evaluation.
In this role you will be responsible for managing the development and delivery of quality research and policy projects. Using your project management experience, you will manage a range of commissions. You will allocate responsibility to team members, monitor budgets and collaborate with colleagues to produce accurate reports. Cultivating and maintaining client relationships will be a key responsibility, ensuring client satisfaction and project success. You will also support the dissemination of the Consultancy team’s work to wider audiences through a range of media including presentations at relevant conferences, networking, written articles etc.
Working with the Senior Consultants you will identify opportunities to develop and deliver projects and services that generate income.
Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research techniques is essential for this position. You will have experience in project management in a professional, research or consultancy role. Experience of developing and writing policies or strategies is also desirable.
You’ll be joining Changeworks at a very exciting time as we continue to drive forward our strategy to help us scale our work and achieve our ambitious goal of decarbonising homes across Scotland.
Changeworks is a great place to work. We hold Investors in People Platinum accreditation (something only a few organisations in Scotland have), and we were nominated for employer of the year by the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce this year. Our staff overwhelmingly would recommend us as an employer too.
The Climate Emergency has resulted in ambitious national targets to reduce carbon emissions from the built environment and reduce rates of fuel poverty. This has driven a significant increase in the number of pilot and large-scale interventions delivered by Changeworks and external organisations in this area. These include area-based domestic energy efficiency retrofit and decarbonisation projects and programmes.
We are a growing organisation, and this role is crucial to the delivery of our ambitious objectives. We want to decarbonise homes in Scotland on a massive scale, and that needs talented individuals like you to help us deliver on our objectives. You’ll receive full training plus coaching and mentoring.
We offer a wide range of staff benefits including flexible working, bike to work scheme, an excellent pension scheme and 26 days paid holiday plus 9 public holidays per year.
Are you eager to make a real difference in cancer care? Beatson Cancer Charity is searching for an energetic and forward-thinking Legacy Development Lead to energize their fundraising efforts. This charity shines as a pillar of hope, pushing boundaries to transform the lives of those touched by cancer. They're all about groundbreaking research, top-notch patient care, and heartfelt support for families. What makes them stand out? Their dedication to medical innovation and a deep care for everyone's journey with cancer.
In this role, under the Director of Philanthropy's guidance, you'll be the key player in boosting legacy gifts and supporting remembrance giving. You'll dive into the charity's database to spot potential legacy supporters, work hand-in-hand with the Individual Giving Team to design targeted legacy campaigns, and explore new opportunities to raise awareness about legacy giving.
Your task? To create a fulfilling giving experience, securing legacy pledges, and being the go-to person for legacy queries. This job is all about making a positive impression and shaping how the charity communicates with the world.
We're after someone with a solid background in fundraising, marketing, or sales who's ready to take on challenges, drive success, and has a history of making things happen. You'll need to be brilliant at building relationships, able to connect with people in a way that encourages lasting support for our cause. Excellent communication skills are a must—you'll be crafting clear, engaging messages to spread the word about our mission and inspire people from all walks of life.
At times the post-holder will be having conversations about legacies with individuals affected by cancer and their families, requiring the utmost care and empathy. We're looking for someone who can approach these interactions with the sensitivity and respect they deserve, reflecting our commitment to supporting those navigating cancer.
If you're passionate about joining Beatson Cancer Charity and contributing to our fight against cancer with your skills and dedication, get in touch with our recruitment team today for more details. Join us in making a lasting impact on cancer care, one legacy at a time.
Do you have a flair for creative design and brand awareness? If so, you could help bring Alzheimer Scotland’s aim to make sure nobody faces dementia alone to life through your creative skills.
The Graphic Designer’s primary responsibility will involve developing effective design solutions for various print and digital media platforms. Collaborating closely with the Creative Designer, you will provide design advice, support, and creative solutions for campaigns, publications, and digital outputs. Additionally, the role includes collaboration with design, print, and photographic agencies.
This position requires collaboration with colleagues throughout the Charity to generate high-quality creative content and conceptualise ideas for campaigns. Situated within the Communications and Campaigns Team, you will play a vital role in shaping and refining the Charity’s messaging. This collaborative effort ensures the Charity's messages align with ongoing support, information, fundraising, and campaigning activities across different platforms while maintaining the Alzheimer Scotland brand and tone-of-voice.
Adaptability is key, as the role encompasses diverse tasks, ranging from routine materials for regular services and fundraising activities to the design of innovative campaigns and reports. The successful candidate must excel in autonomously managing tasks within tight deadlines without compromising on quality, thriving in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. As part of the application process, we are asking applicants to submit their portfolio. After completing the online application, please email a digital file or website link to HRMailbox@alzscot.org
Since 1949, the Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health.
Our vision is for a world with good mental health for all. With prevention at the heart of what we do, we aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive.
We will drive change towards a mentally healthy society for all, and support communities, families and individuals to live mentally healthier lives, with a particular focus on those at greatest risk.
The Foundation is the home of Mental Health Awareness Week.
The Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Project Manager to support our Together to Thrive project.
This exciting Project Manager role will lead the implementation of Together to Thrive - a targeted programme for at risk families, children and young people utilising a task sharing model.
Together to Thrive (TTT) is a collaboration between MHF, NHS Tayside CAMHS, Dundee City Council (via the Alliance) and third sector delivery organisations and school referral partners. Funding comes via the Whole Family Wellbeing Fund.
It aims to deliver transformational change in how support is delivered to families. This includes working with community organisations to enhance the provision of support for parents of children (5 to 11) with neuro developmental concerns who are currently on the CAMHS waiting list or identified via schools as having emerging neuro developmental differences. With the overall aim of impact of providing early support and preventing escalation of children onto CAMHS waiting list where not required
Task sharing is an evidence-based model that adapts and redirects support from specialist mental services to community-based settings.
The postholder will draw upon the expertise from within MHF, local families and community partners. This includes NHS Tayside CAMHS, sessional parental advisors, education and community-based organisations. They will build on learning from the first 18-month pilot, which ran until March 24, with the view to build relationships with new partners, identify key areas for future development and opportunities to embed the Together to Thrive model.
As part of the Employability Team at Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway, the Development Officer will lead the development of work-based skills and personal development through volunteering.
Supported by our Employability Manager and colleagues across our wider team, the Development Officer will bring learning, research, and insights together to create an active, capacity-building approach to volunteer for employment and employability, whilst contributing to the development of our overall volunteering strategy for the region.
Working in partnership with colleagues in the local authority, health board and enterprise agencies, the Development Officer will represent sector challenges and opportunities whilst making connections with the sector to maxmise the impact of employability activities through the Local Employability Partnership.
The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills.
For more information visit gov.uk/government/publications/uk-shared-prosperity-fund-prospectus
Post Diagnostic Support Link Worker - South/Mid Sutherland and Easter Ross
Are you a creative and motivated individual with the passion and drive to support people with a recent diagnosis of dementia to live well in their community?
If so, you can be part of a National Team of Post Diagnostic Support Link Workers (PDS Link Workers) providing high-quality, person-centred support to people living with dementia and their families for a minimum of a year following diagnosis in line the Scottish Government’s minimum guarantee.
The aim of the PDS National Service is to enable people to live well with dementia and is centred around Alzheimer Scotland's 5 pillar model so that people move on to a period of supported self- management.
The model includes understanding the illness and coming to terms with the diagnosis, peer support, connecting and maintaining links with their community along with planning for future care and decision making to develop an outcome focused plan to support their future hopes, desires and aspirations.
Supporting our Highland locality, the post will be based within the CMHT at Lawson Memorial Hospital, Golspie. Alzheimer Scotland’s PDS Link Workers are required to be effective team workers and have the skills to build and maintain relationships with colleagues both within Alzheimer Scotland, the NHS and other stakeholders.
Skills in using digital platforms are essential as we use a blended approach to support people that involve some virtual meetings and on-line groups.
Applicants must hold a recognised relevant professional qualification, have a good understanding of dementia and how it affects people and their families along with excellent communication skills, a warm flexible approach, combined with skills in empathy and relationship building.
In addition, you should have skills and knowledge at the Enhanced Level of the Promoting Excellence Framework or be able to evidence you are working towards its completion.
This post requires a full driving license and access to a car.
Fife Women’s Aid are delighted to be launching a new service for women experiencing domestic abuse and are looking to recruit a full-time support worker to develop this service.
The role will involve providing ongoing flexible support to women in their own accommodation, with a focus on harm reduction and tenancy sustainment within the community. The service will work in accordance with the Housing First principles and will enhance our existing service provision for women who have experienced domestic abuse.
Applicants should have good communication skills and a passion for supporting recovery from domestic abuse.
The successful applicant will have at least SVQ Level III or equivalent level of qualification in health and social care or other relevant subject, or a willingness to work towards a qualification.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a high degree of motivation and have the ability to work on their own as well as part of a team.
Please join us for an online session to find out more about FWA women’s services. This will be at 6.30pm on Monday 4th March. Please confirm your attendance to email@example.com and we will send you details of the zoom meeting. We hope to see you there.
Fife Women’s Aid is a feminist organisation and strives to be a supportive and empowering employer offering competitive terms and conditions.
Membership of Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme is a requirement for this post.
If you would like further information about the post, please contact Kate McCormack at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time for a call.
Vulnerable children in the UK need your help
Wherever you work in the Action for Children family, you'll be helping to change the lives of the most vulnerable children in the UK.
Last year, we helped more than 670,000 children and families across the UK. From direct work in communities to national campaigning, we are focused on making sure every child has a safe and happy childhood, and the foundations they need to thrive.
Why Action for Children?
Working here is more than a job. Everyone in the Action for Children family is passionate about protecting and supporting children. It's the sense of purpose that drives us every single day. Because we know that, when we work together, we can make a huge difference to bring lasting improvements to vulnerable children's lives.
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A fantastic opportunity for a qualified counsellor to gain or strengthen their experience in a high school setting which has emerged within our established team in Glasgow. As a part of our supportive team, you'll receive monthly supervisions to meet regulatory requirements, guided by an experienced supervisor. Additionally, you'll be part of a supportive community of counsellors and practitioners within a large school-based team.
We're seeking counsellors to deliver a high-quality, school-based professional counselling service by effectively intervening, managing cases, and assessing the needs of secondary school students aged 12-18 years. Your role will ensure the provision of safe care and the achievement of positive outcomes in collaboration with the students.
As a member of a passionate broader team, your focus will be on promoting and enhancing the mental health, emotional resilience, and overall well-being of secondary school students who may be adversely affected or at risk of poor mental health. Your ability to engage effectively with young people will be crucial in providing counselling support, primarily within a school setting, although there may also be occasions requiring support in a local community or home setting.
How you'll help to create brighter futures
Some key responsibilities for the role are;
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A recognised counselling qualification (e.g., diploma counselling), with relevant experience and be registered/accredited with COSCA/BACP/BABCP or equivalent.
Experience of working within a multi-agency social care, schools, early years or health environment and applying safeguarding best practice.
Experience of managing cases, in accordance with agreed procedures and completing assessments, planning and reviews to ensure positive outcomes.
Willingness to train in relevant Evidence Based Programmes including the Blues programme or Decider.
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Please note we are unable to offer visa sponsorship for this role.