SAMH is recruiting to our Workplace team, to help us improve Scotland’s mental health by training organisations in supporting their staff.
Around since 1923, SAMH operates over 60 services in communities across Scotland providing mental health social care support, addictions and employment services, among others. These services, together with national programme work in See Me, respectme, suicide prevention, physical activity and sport; inform SAMH’s policy and campaign work to influence positive social change.
The Workplace team supports this work through delivering training to organisations both big and small, helping them learn how to support the mental health of their staff.
You’ll deliver training in mental health to organisations across all sectors, engaging and inspiring them with our bespoke training products. You’ll also help us develop our materials, making sure they meet the needs of all of our clients.
You’re a highly experienced trainer, able to hold the attention of a room full of busy managers. You’ve developed great training that delivered the right outcomes, and you’re happy to work out of hours and across Scotland.
For an informal chat about this post please call Oxana MacGregor-Gunn on 07711389680.
Staff wellbeing is a priority at SAMH
As well as promoting a healthy work-life balance, we offer the following:
· Annual leave 30 days (under 5 years service); 33 days (over 5 years service)
· 4 days public holidays
· Life cover 1.5 times annual salary
· Learning and development opportunities
· Employee Assistance Programme – confidential support should you need it.
Sistema Scotland’s vision is to transform lives with music. We deliver our work through the creation of Big Noise programmes within communities, and currently run four programmes in Raploch in Stirling, Govanhill in Glasgow, Torry in Aberdeen and Douglas in Dundee. This is a unique opportunity to join our organisation to lead, manage and deliver Big Noise Torry as the programme is planning to grow. The role will lead and grow the existing Big Noise Torry team as the children move from primary to secondary school, develop the programme from strings only to a full symphonic model and continue to work in partnership with the community to ensure the maximum number of children and families can benefit.
We are looking for an inspirational individual to provide visionary musical and people leadership to Big Noise Torry. The following must be demonstrable both on your application form and during the selection process: