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.
Join Our Team as a Finance Assistant!
Are you a detail-oriented finance professional looking to contribute your expertise to a dynamic organization?
We have an exciting opportunity for you!
At Blackwood, we are dedicated to maintaining robust financial controls while supporting the growth of our organization. As a Finance Assistant, you will play a crucial role in providing specialist financial accounting advice and guidance to managers and staff, ensuring accurate accounting, regulatory compliance, and maximizing income.
As a Finance Assistant, you will:
The ideal candidate will have an HNC in Accounting or at least 1 year of relevant finance department experience.
Experience in public or voluntary sector organizations, preferably in housing or care.
Knowledge of accounting IT systems (SUN and CX) would be beneficial but not essential.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, with intermediate Excel skills.
Strong team player with excellent problem-solving skills.
Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines.
Canongate Youth’s mission is to provide high quality youth work services that support children and young people to flourish. We aim to nurture aspirations, build relationships, provide opportunities, and strengthen wellbeing. Throughout our history we have put children and young people at the heart of what we do to deliver services to those who need it most. Across the organisation we support children and young people to:
• Have increased confidence and to be themselves
• Have improved health and wellbeing
• Be more capable of developing positive relationships
• Participate more in their communities and feel more included
• Have increased life skills
As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting children and young people we are seeking to recruit for the following post:
Finance & Administration Coordinator - 35 hours per week, £27,081
The post holder will support the financial management, day to day operations and governance of the organisation. We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and experienced individual who has relevant skills and knowledge and can support the organisation to meet its charitable purposes.
The post is subject to the receipt of two suitable references and membership of the PVG Scheme.
Ceartas is an independent professional advocacy service which works with all people aged 16 and over in East Dunbartonshire. We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
The post holder will provide assistance and support to the Management team in all aspects of finance and administration. They will provide support with internal and external communications.
St Joseph’s Services are recruiting for an enthusiastic and skilled Administrator to join our small and vibrant Admin Team. This fulfilling and varied role offers an amazing development opportunity, supporting professional growth and job satisfaction. The Admin team support all organisational functions to make sure that St Joseph’s provide the best possible support and quality of life to everyone the organisation supports with a learning disability.
Please note, the salary scale listed is applicable until the 31st march 2024. As an accredited Living Wage Employer it is expected that all salaries within St Joseph’s Services will receive a minimum of £12per hour from 1st April 2024.
Why apply for this role?
Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) is undergoing an exciting period of reform designed to make a step change in improving the outcomes for infants, children and young people who need us most. As the Resource Allocation Administrator, you will support a key function within CHS which is the smooth running of Hearings.
Children’s Hearings tribunal panel members play a vital role in Scotland’s society. They listen and make legal decisions with and for infants, children and young people. They ensure that the young person is at the heart of every decision taken – because every decision, no matter how big or small, has an impact.
As Resource Allocation Administrator, with your team, you will play a critical role in enabling these decisions to be made through ensuring CHS Tribunal Panel Members are allocated appropriately to attend hearings throughout Scotland.
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Life at CHS
Our 2,500 volunteer Panel Members take part in children’s hearings in their local areas, making decisions with and for infants, children and young people. Our organisation also supports a network of 22 Area Support Teams made up of 400 volunteers who support Panel Members in their local communities.
As an organisation that works within the children’s hearings system, we are passionate about making a positive contribution to improving outcomes for Scotland’s infants, children and young people.
You can read more about our core valuesHEREas well as view an introductory video to our organisation. We also offer a generous benefits package from hybrid working, flexi hours and a fantastic pension scheme - you check out our full benefits summaryHERE.
Diversity and Inclusion
CHS is an equal opportunities employer. We encourage diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We actively encourage applicants from all protected characteristics and are committed to providing any reasonable adjustments required during application and assessment process, and upon joining us.
We are looking for a Business Support Assistant to join Scotland Directorate Business Support Team. The postholder will be part of a small team of Business Support Assistants, providing a range of administrative and reception support to both internal and external customers. This role is based in our Glasgow office, with flexibility to work on a hybrid basis between the office and home on a pattern to be agreed based on business needs and the needs of the successful candidate.
You will work closely with your team members, providing professional reception, facilities and administrative support to a range of teams in the Directorate. Your typical day will range from answering the advice line and dealing with general enquiries, minute taking, booking travel and accommodation, booking meeting venues and catering along with supporting key roles in the area of processing grant applications using a variety of online platforms.
Candidates must demonstrate experience of working in a customer facing and an administrative role.
We positively welcome applications from people from an ethnic minority background and positively welcome applications from people with disabilities or longstanding health conditions, people who are LGBTQ+ and people from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds as well as people of all ages.
Basis: Full time, 37 hours - Flexible, open to a conversation on part time or job share.
We are looking to recruit an experienced executive support professional into our Corporate Services department to provide additional support to the CEO and Senior Management Team (SMT) - (2x Head of Services, Head of Income Generation and Head of Corporate Services), with executive and governance support. This role is suited to someone who is great at managing conflicting priorities, supporting a leadership team, working to tight deadlines, proficient in Microsoft applications and can handle confidential information.
This is a new role, and we are looking for someone with experience to lead and guide the SMT. This role would suit individuals from a PA or Executive support background.
In addition to the responsibilities in the Job Description, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following key competencies:
People and Business Support Manager
The Scottish Episcopal Church seeks to appoint a Safeguarding Support Officer. The role includes a range of Safeguarding support responsibilities including the processing of applications for criminal disclosure checks under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme, training administration and record keeping. The post is based at the General Synod Office, Edinburgh.
Candidates applying for the post will have:
The Chartered Institute of Fundraising is the membership organisation for professional fundraisers in the UK.
Our values underpin all areas of our work and guide us in all we do:
Passionate: taking pride in what we do and driven by success.
Professional:championing and achieving high standards and governed by professional integrity.
Enabling: helping others and empowered to take ownership, find solutions, make decisions and collaborate.
Enterprising: open to new solutions and committed to delivering where we already excel.
Respectful:honest and fair, treating everyone with consideration and respect.
We are now looking for a Volunteer Officer to join our busy Volunteering team which is responsible for 35 volunteer-led National, Regional, and Special Interest Groups that offer events, networking opportunities, and support to our members and the wider fundraising community.
• Salary of £23,800 per annum
• Annual leave starting at 25 days per year, plus 9 Bank Holidays. We also close between Christmas and New Year which is additional time off
• Up to 7.5% employer contributions to our stakeholder pension scheme (after probation ends)
• Enhanced sick pay from day one
• Great work/life balance through flexible and remote-first working
• Support for your health and wellbeing with an Employee Assistance Programme
• Two days of paid leave annually to volunteer for a registered charity
This busy and varied role is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to advance their career in volunteer management and broaden their understanding of the charity sector.
The role provides key support to the Volunteering Team with day-to-day administrative responsibility for supporting the volunteer journey for all Group committee volunteers, from recruitment to onboarding to succession planning. The post-holder will support the strategic objectives of the team and volunteer strategy.
The role will also be the first point of contact and provide logistical support for volunteer events and activities, either online or in person across the UK.
A Job Description & Person Specification is available for download below.