Hanover has been successfully housing and supporting people in Scotland for more than 40 years. We are proud to provide and manage a wide range of housing throughout Scotland that enhances our customers’ quality of life.
We are excited to be further developing our customer, care and support services by investing in modern technology.
Our customers will be able to access our key services 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, making it easier to book appointments, track services and provide feedback. As a result, our teams will have access to smart, integrated, and predictive digital tools and shall receive support from our newly created Digital Team.
We are delighted to be hiring for a Head of Digital role who can lead, inspire and develop our new team. So, as a potential candidate, ask yourself if the below sounds like you.
If so, then read on!
We couldn’t think of a more exciting time to join Hanover Scotland. With the recent launch of our 5-year Business Strategy and introduction of new skills into our ICT Team, we are looking for a new Head of Digital who can lead our digital team to support Hanover Scotland’s vision, values, and social purpose. Please refer to the enclosed team structure which details the expected people management responsibilities.
You will be an active and collaborative member of our senior team, adopting an energetic, inclusive and collaborative approach. This is vital to help us continue to deliver great outcomes and have happy customers, a common goal that we all have at Hanover.
What does success look like in this role?
We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience:
An exciting opportunity to be part of a growing and evolving award-winning Charity which pushes boundaries and works to change the landscape for children & families in Drumchapel and beyond. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, you will lead, manage and co-ordinate all operational aspects of the Charity.
3D Drumchapel is a Charity which has been working with children and families in Drumchapel and surrounding areas for 25 years. We journey with children, families and communities to build strong foundations for families to thrive. We aim to strengthen family relationships, support parents to be the best parents they can be, improve family health & wellbeing, support children's development and build capacity in communities for family support delivery. Our services include a perinatal programme, parent & child sessions, parenting programmes, learning & development sessions, outdoor play, peer support groups, 1-1 support, family support in schools and practical support including Bairn Necessities which redistributes clothing and equipment for 0-5 years. We also lead the Drumchapel Children & Families Network which brings together children & families, third sector, social work, health, education, police and housing to work together to improve outcomes for children and families in Drumchapel.
Our Head of Operations post is a new role with the responsibility to lead, manage and co-ordinate all operational aspects of the Charity including people, service delivery, funding, finance, partnerships, impact, communication, policies & procedures and systems & processes.
What we are looking for
We are looking for someone with a passion to create change for children and families and who follow our values of INTEGRITY, LOVE, EXCELLENCE & COLLABORATION with the following skills and experience –
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a skilled, supportive and inspiring team working with children and families to make a real difference and change outcomes in Drumchapel and beyond. You will be joining our team at a pivotal time, and will have the unique opportunity to manage and develop service delivery as we grow, seek to break new ground and take 3D Drumchapel to the next level.
What we offer
A new and exciting opportunity has arisen within the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) for a Net Zero Delivery Director. The SEC has already published its Net Zero Toolkit and Check List and is currently consulting on its Net Zero Action Plan 2023-30.
Your role will be to lead the delivery of the ambitious Net Zero Action Plan, to find creative solutions to real challenges, to provide guidance and resources, to advise churches and liaise with national partners on this important agenda.
You will be part of a national team based at the General Synod Office in Edinburgh reporting to the Secretary General and empowering a team of Net Zero Delivery Managers across the SEC’s seven Dioceses in Scotland. The SEC comprises some 300 churches, with a total membership of about 25,000. The Provincial Environment Group is steering this important work and the postholder will provide progress reports and advice as necessary.
Are you an inspiring leader committed to delivering change to contribute to Net Zero targets? Can you navigate a complex organisation to deliver effective action? If so, the SEC wants to hear from you!
We are seeking an accomplished professional to provide executive leadership for the General Trustees of the Church of Scotland.
The General Trustees hold in trust for congregations around 3,500 buildings including churches, halls and manses, and approximately 13,000 acres of agricultural land spread throughout Scotland. They also have significant investment holdings most of which are also held for congregations. The staff of the General Trustees provide advice to congregations on repairs and maintenance, purchase and disposal and health and safety issues relating to these properties.
In recognition of the Church estate requiring rationalisation and improvement, we now seek a Chief Executive who will assist and guide the Board and provide staff leadership in supporting congregations in achieving the vision of ‘well equipped spaces in the right places’. This is a key element in the strategic plans of the General Trustees and the wider Church.
The manager will oversee the work of the Perth and Kinross Foodbank, ensuring a high quality, consistent, non-judgmental service is provided to local people in need of support.
The Manager will be accountable for achieving the Foodbank Strategic Plan, (developed in conjunction with the Board), building the reputation and profile of Perth and Kinross Foodbank, managing the external and internal operations, including line-management of staff, and providing consistent high-level advice to the Board on operations, policy and
Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the successful applicant will be highly motivated, with proven personal and organisational skills, the ability to provide supportive management of staff and volunteers, and with a commitment to equality, diversity and respect. Writing and IT skills will be essential. An ability to use social media to promote the Foodbank will be an advantage. Current UK driving licence and willingness to drive essential, as is an understanding and support of the Vision and Values of the Trussell Trust to which the Foodbank is affiliated.
Please see the job description for further details, at perthkinross.foodbank.org.uk, or contact email@example.com
Achievement Bute is a SCIO working on the Isle of Bute which aims to
Achievement Bute provides a wide range of inclusive arts and play activities for children and young people on Bute. This includes out-of-school clubs, youth groups, themed play weeks; multi-media performance based projects and outdoor activities. We also provide a dedicated Family Support Service, registered with the Care Inspectorate, a Youth volunteering Programme and a Confidential Counselling Service.
Due to the retirement of Achievement Bute’s longstanding Director, we are seeking to appoint a new Director to provide leadership of the organisation, and to be responsible for the charity’s impact, development, management and sustainability.
At SCDC we believe communities matter.
Established thirty years ago as a partnership between the Community Development Foundation and the University of Glasgow, SCDC became an independent charity in Scotland in 2009, designated as the lead national organisation for community development.
Over the past decade and more, we have worked hard to establish ourselves as an authority on community development theory and practice. We work with and alongside communities and with community practitioners, and we use the knowledge and experience we gain to help shape national policy.
Purpose of the post
We are now looking for a new Director to help lead SCDC into its next decade of development. If you are passionate about community development, democracy, social justice and community empowerment, this is your opportunity to make a difference to people and communities across Scotland.
You will be knowledgeable about the policy and practice environment for community development in Scotland and experienced in running an organisation with multiple funding streams and an income generation model. You will be skilled in leading a team to deliver on our mission and in working with the Board of Directors to implement our strategic vision. You will have highly developed communication skills and you will be comfortable in working with a range of different stakeholders.
Fair Deal is an award-winning Social Enterprise providing support for people with learning disabilities and additional support needs. Established over 30 years ago we have been recognised for our ground breaking work. Based in Glasgow, we work alongside the people we support, to help them have the kind of life they want. At Fair Deal we are committed to personalised individual support arrangements enabling our clients to build and maintain the life they choose.
As head of the Business Support Team, you will lead a highly motivated team to ensure delivery of an efficient and directed support to both the leadership team and the operational teams. In addition, you will work closely with the Chief Executive to ensure compliance with code of governance and support the overall business direction of the organisation.
We have a varied and interesting opportunity for someone who is able to support our Presbytery and congregations with financial advice and training and also to assist with and oversee aspects of Safeguarding.
With understanding and experience of charity accounting regulations and budget and financial report preparation you will have a collaborative and personable approach to team working.
Your knowledge of current safeguarding legislation will support our local colleagues in sharing good practice and maintaining accurate records.
You will be able to work unsupervised and enjoy problem solving using your own initiative.
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 Badenoch and Strathspey Community Hospital. 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.