Our Stafford Centre Support Service in Edinburgh is looking for a skilled Cook to prepare delicious meals in our Café. You will work alongside our Café volunteers and be an integral part of the staff team.
In this role, you will be responsible for preparing nutritious meals on a daily basis. You will also work alongside the staff team in supporting people directly affected by mental health issues.
As an enthusiastic and committed person, you will be part of a vibrant team working in our Café. You will work alongside and support our Café volunteers. You will be responsible for preparing meals, and serving meals to people who use our service.
You will have excellent communication skills; have a good knowledge of mental health issues, have a good understanding of boundaries and confidentiality. You will be able to work independently and be an active team member. You will have a good knowledge of Office 365 and associated software.
Reporting to: Area Manager
Who are we looking for?
The ideal candidate will:
Why join us
Change Mental Health is a leading national mental health charity providing unique support to people with severe and enduring mental ill health. With 50 years’ experience across Scotland, we believe people affected by poor mental health and illness deserve the highest quality of support in the community and that every person has the right to be valued and to share in the opportunities, challenges, and joys of everyday life.
Our person-centred approach puts the people we work with at the heart of what we do ensuring they have greater opportunity, can build confidence and social skills, and become more integrated into their communities. By building connections and support around individual needs, our team of nearly 200 staff and 800 members value the lived experience which informs the services we deliver. We look beyond illness by taking a holistic approach that ensures no one has to face mental ill health alone.
RAMH require a Cleaner for general cleaning duties within our HQ and REstore in Paisley.
The above is but a few of the general duties required.
This is an exciting time for us as we move forward in the development of our cookery school and chocolate making facility based in North Glasgow. We are now looking for a chef to join the team to assist the Cookery School Manager in the growth and delivery of both the commercial cookery school and the community kitchen. This is not your average chef role, but an opportunity to be part of a vibrant new cookery school where your skills and creative input are valued and vital to the vision of our enterprise.
If you have proven hospitality/catering experience, a wide-ranging knowledge of different cuisines and techniques and most importantly exceptional people skills then this could be the role for you.
Ramekin and Rolling Pin is a social enterprise based in East Dunbartonshire run by Silver Stag of Scotland Community Interest Company, which means we have a social purpose as our driving force. Any profits made are reinvested into our social purpose.
Ramekin and Rolling Pin aims to address food injustice so that people and communities have the opportunity to access a healthy and acceptable diet for themselves, their families and their communities whilst also considering the environmental challenges of the climate emergency, fuel poverty and food insecurity.
Ramekin and Rolling Pin has two main objectives:
Our cookery masterclasses and events help fund our community cookery classes and culinary therapy workshops for those in the local area who have experienced distress, disadvantage or isolation, or whose mental health has been adversely affected.
In the main the successful candidate will assist the Cookery School Manager in the planning and delivery of our Community Cookery Programmes and our Commercial Cookery School. This will include daily, weekly or monthly duties (whichever applicable) from the categories below.
1. Facilitating Workshops
2. Monitoring and Evaluation
Are you practical, good with people and well organised? Could you help us expand the use of our Kirk Centre, as part of our mission to the community of Liberton?
Liberton Kirk is an active congregation of the Church of Scotland situated in the South of Edinburgh. As well as the church building, we have a large suite of Halls known as the Kirk Centre which is at the forefront of our outreach to the local community.
Our Facilities Coordinator is in need of an assistant to help maximise the opportunities for Halls usage. The successful applicant will work closely with volunteers, church staff and other members of the local community. They will help to maintain Liberton Kirk’s buildings so that they are clean, tidy and welcoming and to oversee the operation of the Kirk Centre and church buildings.
We are looking for new Non-Executive External Trustees to join our Board at The Glasgow School of Art Students’ Association (GSASA). We are a charity and independent Students’ Association which supports and promotes the interests of its student members at GSA.
The Glasgow School of Art Students’ Association is committed to widening access to education and the arts. We believe in offering space and support to all students and members regardless of their resources and experience. The Association is committed to programming and working with organisers who reflect our student communities and their values, concerns, and interests. We are particularly committed to offering opportunities to our student members, dedicated to their personal and professional development during their time at GSA.
We are located in the Assembly Building at the top of Scott Street. The building includes two Project Spaces; a large multifunctional Assembly Hall, as well as the Vic Bar. Since January 2020, the Building has not been in use, and GSASA is currently working to reopen our non-commercial and commercial operations. The first phase of this is to reopen our building to be used by our student members and return it to the student community.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications from people with the following experience:
• Service Sector Management
We are looking for people who embrace our values, can take a proactive part in our board’s discussions, will engage in healthy debate, respect others’ viewpoints, and then gather around to support a consensus view.
The Board of Trustees has overall responsibility for the affairs of the Glasgow School of Art Students’ Association (GSASA). In line with Scottish Charity Law, they ensure GSASA conducts its affairs in line with its charitable objects and delivers for its members.
External Trustees bring additional experience and skills to the Board from outside the Association and School.
We are keen to make our Board as diverse as possible, and we hope to attract applications from underrepresented groups, including Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people; people with disabilities; LGBT+ people; people with gender diverse identities; and people from lower socio-economic backgrounds. Our current focus is to encourage people from these under-represented groups into governance roles.
Time Commitment: Attendance at 10 Board meetings per year, taking place on the first Wednesday of each month and lasting for approximately 2hrs. The maximum expectation of the post is for a total commitment of 1 day per month.
Constitutionally, the standard term of office for an external trustee is 3 years (with an option for a further three years subject to Board agreement).