Assertive Outreach is a well-tested model supporting an agile and flexible method to prevention, intervention and engaging with those most vulnerable. The new model for our Assertive Outreach Plus Service within Transform Forth Valley is being developed as we move away from our current funding and respond effectively to known local need.
The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will:
The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will respond to several co-existing challenges that individuals face to provide a seamless whole person response to care and support.
The Project Worker will function as an integral part of this team, working in a flexible and agile way within communities providing individualised support on a range of issues. A key aspect will be coordinating actions with a wide range of partners including Police Scotland, Social Work, and other Third Sector organisations. The Project Worker will develop care plans with the client to ensure their aspirations are met.
Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be downloaded below.
We need a dynamic, outgoing energetic person to deliver our new programme of activities for our young people. Funded by Robertson Trust, this is a 3 year post to help us develop a programme for young people which is holistic, fun, educational and relevant to young people in 2021.
You will need a qualification in Youth Work, experience of working with young people who have had challenging backgrounds and who are hard to engage in traditional youth programmes.
Wellbeing Scotland have developed a team of approach to supervision and training to support our counsellors.
We now require an additional Supervision/ Training Officers to join us. This is an exciting new post which will be an essential part of our ongoing growth. The post-holder will:
Scottish Autism enables autistic people to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
We are looking for dedicated individuals, with an interest in autism, to strengthen and support the existing trustees on our Board. Applicants do not need to have significant autism knowledge as induction and training will be provided.
We wish to increase the diversity, knowledge, age and experience on our Board so hope to attract applications from a wide range of talented individuals. Applications from people with lived experience of autism would be welcome. Whilst all applications are appreciated, we are keen to attract people with experience or knowledge in the following areas but these are desirable, not exclusive: