Do you want to make a difference by helping us to improve lives?
Can you be a great manager and lead, motivate and inspire your team to deliver excellent services?
Then why not join our fantastic organisation and be part of a first-class team delivering quality care and support.
Here at The Mungo Foundation, we are proud to be one of the most diverse providers of social care and support for vulnerable people in Glasgow, West Central Scotland and beyond. At any one time across our fantastic projects, we are supporting up to 1,500 individuals, their families and communities, helping them to live better lives.
Our Muirfield Outreach Service based in the Kilwinning area of North Ayrshire, is a dedicated outreach service designed for children and young people with additional support needs in North and East Ayrshire. Our Muirfield Place Project is based in Kilwinning and is a 2 bedded residential home that supports Children and young people with additional complex needs.
We are looking to recruit a Registered Service Manager who can manage and lead these well-established services, preferably with experience of outreach and Residential . You will ensure dynamic and effective leadership of the team to deliver exceptional care and support to individuals to achieve personal outcomes.
You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to engage at all levels. You will be accountable for managing your own workload and leading the staff team to ensure the service delivers a high-quality, person-centred service to all individuals that we support. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the service including budgets, People and contract management. A good knowledge of IT including MS Office 365 is essential for this role.
Previous line management experience is essential along with an in-depth knowledge of young care experiences individuals and homeless young people. If you have a proven track record in leading a team and supporting individuals to achieve individual outcomes this will be the right opportunity for you.
You must possess a minimum of SVQ4 Social Services and Healthcare (SQCF Level 9 - practice) qualification or equivalent. Candidates must also have or be willing to work towards an award in management that is certificated at or above SCQF Level 9 (minimum 60 credits) and mapped against the National Occupational Standards: Leadership and Management for Care Services SCQF10 or SVQ Care Services Leadership and Management SCQF Level 10, to be achieved within 2 years of commencement in the role or as defined by the SSSC, if sooner. A Registered Managers Award, RGN etc will also be considered and SSSC registration appropriate to the role is required.
The successful candidate will be required to work a flexible shift pattern to meet the needs to the service and will be required to participate in an off duty on-call rota.
We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of a great employee benefits’ scheme – Mungo Money. Joining Mungo Money provides full access to supermarket, fuel, cinema, restaurant discounts, discounts off your next family holiday, savings on gym memberships and equipment, Cycle to Work scheme and so much more. We also offer access to a credit union and workplace pension plus numerous training and development opportunities, including SVQ registration level qualifications.
As a member of the Faith Action team you will work within Ministries Support to help to deliver the key functions of supporting Ministers and their families. Holding boundaried and confidential con-versations will form part of the role alongside preparing correspondence and detailed clinical case notes, sourcing appropriate therapeutic options and following up on referral arrangements.
With a qualification in a recognised counselling diploma or evidence of experience in working with people in a mental health setting with more than 5 years’ experience, you will bring a friendly and professional manner to enable a pastoral, discreet, and supportive front facing response to diverse enquiries and needs.
This is a part time, 10 hour a week role which can be worked flexibly.
FDAMH’s Counselling Service are recruiting a qualified counsellor or therapist to join our well established Counselling Service. The successful applicant will provide counselling to young people from the ages of 13-18 and their parents/guardians/caregivers, on an individual basis. This post will be a delivered via a hybrid working model, delivering face to face counselling from FDAMH’s building and remote working (Zoom) to suit the needs of individual clients as required. We are seeking applications from people who are qualified to Diploma level in a Counselling therapeutic discipline, with membership of a professional body (COSCA, BACP, BABCP etc). To apply you must have experience of counselling people ages 13 years old and over and we will accept applications from all counselling modalities, e.g. humanistic, psychodynamic, CBT or integrative approach.
VOCAL is the Voice of Carers across Lothian, a Scottish charity run by carers and for carers since 1994.
VOCAL's COSCA recognised Counselling Service provides counselling to adult carers (18 and older) who provide unpaid care to a family member, partner, relative or friend who requires help to manage a long term illness, disability, physical or mental health problem or drug/alcohol addiction in Edinburgh and/or Midlothian.
We are seeking a qualified and experienced counsellor to provide counselling sessions face to face and digitally, in line with existing counselling service models and as stated in the Service’s Code of Practice for Counsellors.
The appointed counsellor will hold a postgraduate diploma in Counselling from a recognised educational establishment and ideally have 250 post-qualifying hours (minimum 150); and be registered with a professional body, i.e. COSCA, BACP, UKCP or equivalent. Also, the diploma course will have to be validated by COSCA or equivalent.
*Two posts are available, one post is based at VOCAL’s Edinburgh Carers’ Hub, 60 Leith Walk EH6 5HB. The second post is based at the Midlothian VOCAL Carer Centre, 30/1 Hardengreen Estate, Dalkeith EH22 3NX (and potentially one day at another locality in Midlothian)
Are you looking for a role in which you will improve the lives of families in your community? A role that enables you to work differently, build your knowledge and skills and feel valued by clients, colleagues and the organisation you work for?
It’s an exciting time to be part of Scottish Huntington’s Association with the launch of Standing Tall: A Strategy For Growth 2023 – 28 to transform the care and support of Huntington’s families, expand services, raise awareness and deepen our involvement and support for world-leading research and clinical trials.
We are looking for a Health and Social Care professional to join our nationwide network of Huntington’s Disease Specialists to provide care management, specialist assessment and emotional support to individuals and families across Scotland.
Working in partnership with local Health and Social Care teams, you will also provide advice, training and education to professionals and voluntary agencies involved in all aspects of Huntington’s disease care.
The successful candidate will be enthusiastic and motivated to have a positive influence on the quality of life of the individuals and families they support. This role is open to medical and health and social care staff from backgrounds such as nursing, allied Health, social work and medicine. Professional body membership is essential. Previous experience of Huntington’s disease is advantageous but not essential as full training will be provided.
You should be able to work autonomously in this challenging and rewarding position. Good listening, communication and interpersonal skills are vital, as are excellent timekeeping and caseload management abilities. Community-based practice knowledge, a driving licence and use of a car complete our list of essential criteria. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check.
Scottish Huntington’s Association is the only charity in Scotland dedicated exclusively to the care and support of individuals and families whose lives are impacted by Huntington’s disease, an incurable neurological condition with severe and complex physical, mental health and cognitive symptoms.
You will find a values-driven organisation, founded by families for families and recognised at national and international levels for expertise in supporting the Huntington’s disease community.