Scottish Autism is an organisation dedicated to enabling autistic people to lead happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives. A key expectation of everyone who works for Scottish Autism is that they live and breathe our values; Collaboration, Change Makers, Compassion and Contribution.
Our values come into play throughout everything we do at work – how we work together, and how we deliver services to the people we support and to the people we work alongside. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and committed Services Manager to work in our South West Area Service who shares and demonstrates our values.
In keeping with our new way of working, a coaching model promoting and developing the autonomy of our teams, the key outcome for this role is to manage the Service to the highest quality. The successful candidate will manage the financial and budgetary targets involved in the provision of these services and participate in the planning, update, and review of these budgets.
With strong leadership, coaching and mentoring skills, you will provide and maintain a quality service, where the focus will be on developing skills, strategies of intervention and maximising independence for those we support and the autonomy of the teams you oversee. You will have demonstrable experience of liaising with multi-disciplinary teams, developing and auditing various care and/or support plans, risk management, people management, and developing close links in the local community, promoting the service and the organisation.
What we offer you:
The opportunity to work with our existing team, supporting individuals to live an active and fulfilled life. Wellbeing is priority in relation to our staff, and we strive to ensure all colleagues feel valued and supported at work.
We provide an excellent benefits package which includes a competitive salary, generous annual leave entitlement, specialist training, personalised learning pathway for all, pension scheme, discount platform and our fantastic Employee Assistance Programme.
Suitable candidates will have a relevant experience and qualification as set by the SSSC such as SVQ level 4 in Health/Social Care and the Leadership in Management and Care Award; coupled with experience in a management role.
This post is subject to a PVG Disclosure check.
We encourage and welcome applications from people with lived experience of autism.
We are recruiting for the above role, looking for enthusiastic and motivated people to provide support services to children and young people who are experiencing domestic abuse.
Must have experience and a relevant qualification:
HNC Childhood Practice, SVQ Social Services (CYP) – SCQF Level 7 Or equivalent, as listed on the SSSC website
These posts are open to women only (Equality Act 2010 Work Occupational Requirement Exception, Schedule 9 Paragraph 1). Clackmannanshire Women’s Aid welcomes applications from women from all sections of the community.
Wellbeing Scotland are a voluntary organisation with services across Scotland. We provide a wide range of holistic services for individuals and families whose life experiences have impacted negatively on their wellbeing. We offer client centred, holistic; trauma informed therapeutic services and have specialism in abuse and trauma work which has been built up since 1994.
Wellbeing Scotland are seeking a professional accountant to join our senior management team. It is essential that they are a qualified or part-qualified accountant with at least three years’ experience. Knowledge of Sage 50 or equivalent and Payroll is desirable. The right candidate will have a sensitive understanding of the mental health field. If you are ready to be part of a growing and developing organisation then contact us for an application pack.
Hanover has been successfully housing and supporting people in Scotland for more than 40 years. Our core purpose is to help people feel safe and secure at home so they can live full and independent lives. We proudly provide and manage a wide range of housing throughout Scotland that enhances our residents’ quality of life.
About the Role
The Development Manager position is a rewarding role that helps residents live independently within a safe and caring environment and involves working 18 hours per week, Monday to Friday on a permanent basis.
As the face of Hanover, you will be committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations by providing a high-quality service to our customers through efficient management of our Parkway Court development in Alloa.
This post would suit a friendly and professional individual with the ability to deal with a wide range of people; from the care team that you work alongside, residents and their families to contractors, local community groups and other agencies.
As the Development Manager, you will handle a variety of responsibilities and tasks including but not limited to:
What We Are Offering
Hanover is accredited with The Silver Investors in People Award. Aside from offering a supportive and friendly environment where our people are valued and appreciated, we’ll see that your hard work and drive to succeed are rewarded:
Clackmannan Development Trust is a local charity working to make Clackmannan a better place to live, work, and visit. The Trust are currently looking to recruit a Media and Communication Officer.
The primary role in this post will be to develop and apply a range of traditional and digital communication tools in order to support and promote the Trust and its activities.