We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic General Manager, who has the creativity, experience, skills, energy and commitment to lead, drive forward and play a central role in the development, leadership and delivery of Mental Health and Learning Disability Services in NHS Tayside.
The postholder will direct a motivated and skilled workforce, actively promoting the co-design and co-production of new services and ways of working together with mental health service users, their families, carers, staff and partner agencies in order to improve the lives of people requiring mental health and learning disability support. As the General Manager, you will be dynamic, enthusiastic and approachable.
Most importantly, the post holder will be expected to ensure services are delivered to a high standard, making the best use of available resources to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.
You will be educated to Masters Level or equivalent. A demonstrable track record of success in a senior manager position within a complex health care environment is essential.
Generous relocation packages may be available depending on circumstances.
Relationships Scotland FM Tayside and Fife are looking to recruit a Finance Officer. The post will be based in Dundee and the post holder will be accountable for the delivery of professional financial services. The salary for the position will be £14,238.97 – £15,768.80.
As part of the Finance Department, the Payroll Team works across all companies within Hillcrest. The team ensures that the business delivers an effective payroll function across the organisation and ensures that all processes and payments are compliant with relevant payroll legislation and service level agreements.
As Payroll Team Leader, you will:
Do you share our vision?
Do you want to work in an organisation that really cares for the young people we work with?
We are looking to build our relief pool of Family Workers within our Options Dundee Service. We work in partnership with the families to offer tailored packages of support to help support families to stay together. Using a person-centred approach, you will provide enabling support ensuring the highest level of physical, personal, and emotional care to support the families in their daily living and within the local community.
The families we work with find our service invaluable- “I don't know what I'd do without them. I trust them, my child trusts them - we both feel safe when they're in the house…They've changed my and my child’s life.”
You will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and support to complete an SVQ3. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.
Our relief workers play a crucial role in supporting our team. This work is offered on a casual, hourly paid basis to provide cover during staff absence and/or particularly busy periods. Weekend and evening workers required to support the service needs. Availability should be specified on your application and will be discussed at interview. Ideally, you will have experience of direct work with children and families and/or experience of working with children or adults with a learning disability and/or an autism spectrum condition.
We have a fantastic opportunity to help make a positive difference by joining Dundee Independent Advocacy Support. We are looking for an organised and motivated person to take on the role of Families Development Worker.
This is a new and exciting post, created due to internal growth and demand for our services.
Do you want to be part of a staff team that strives hard to support others, sees the benefit of multi partnership agency working yet maintain the independence we have built up when delivering a range of advocacy services?
If the answer is yes to both then please see attached Job Description and Person Specification.
Scottish Veterans’ Residences (SVR) was established in 2019 following the merger of SVR and Scottish Veterans’ Housing Association. Its antecedents date back to 1910 and it is Scotland’s oldest military charity. It undertakes charitable giving and provides supported accommodation for homeless Veterans and former members of the Merchant Marine who are in need. Supported accommodation is provided from 3 Residences; Whitefoord House in Edinburgh; Rosendael in Broughty Ferry, Dundee; and Bellrock Close in Glasgow.
Rosendael is a Registered Housing Support Service in Broughty Ferry, which can accommodate 44 residents in single en-suite rooms with a full catering service. As well as person-centred support, the service offers a range of recreational activities and a counselling service.
SVR is a Registered Social Landlord and is regulated by the Scottish Housing Regulator, the Care Inspectorate, and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. Further details of the Charity’s work can be found at: svronline.org.
Responsible for the day-to-day management of Rosendael, including the safety, health, comfort and welfare of the Residents and the maintenance of good order within the Residence in line with Health and Social Care Standards.
Good with people? Enjoy helping others? You could be just who we are looking for.
Social Security Scotland is looking for outgoing, friendly and enthusiastic people to join a team that helps the people of Scotland access the benefits they are entitled to. You might be from a customer service background in hospitality or travel or in a retail job that provides customer care or advice. Or perhaps you’ve been volunteering for a charity or working for a third sector organisation. It could be your first job or you are returning to the workplace after a break.
Whatever your age or experience, as long as you are good with people and want to help make a real difference to people’s lives, we are happy to hear from you.
As a Client Advisor you will be helping people to understand the benefits they are entitled to and how to access them, you will engage with clients via telephone, web chat or emails, building rapport through your excellent communications skills, being adaptable to changing priorities. We treat each other with dignity, fairness and respect and we extend that to every contact we have with our clients too.
You will work as part of a team and be given full training on all aspects of the role, including systems and technology required, before you start. We will also give you the ongoing support and development you need to succeed.
The Asset Management Team is part of the Property Department and works across all property owning companies within Hillcrest. The Team deals with property management and maintenance issues to ensure that properties are well maintained and in accordance with relevant property legislation.
As Asset Management Officer, you will:
Lead on several key tasks within the team’s workload and ensure that works are completed with a clear and consistent approach to delivering great service to our customers.
Ensure that compliance is met against all relevant legislation and regulations within their remit.
• Have strong interpersonal and relationship building skills;
• Have proven experience of working in property maintenance and property factoring role;
• Be a proven self-starter, with the ability to work to deadlines and under pressure;
• Work co-operatively and collaborate with colleagues from all teams, to successfully deliver services and outcomes
• Be qualified to SCQF Level 7 or working towards a qualification in a Technical subject (such as Construction or Property Maintenance), Facility Management, Housing or Factoring Management
• Disclosure costs paid in full
• Generous holiday entitlement
• Free core training provided on site
• Savings and Pension Scheme
• Cycle to Work Scheme
• Death in Service Benefit
• Comprehensive Health and Well-being Package
No experience? No problem. If you’re interested in working in social care and making a real difference to the lives of disabled people, we’d love to hear from you.
In Dundee, Capability Scotland has a Community Enabling service (Care at Home), Housing Support service and a Day Support service at City Quay through which we support our customers with day to day tasks and to achieve their outcomes. Working for us no two days will be the same as you work with various customers supporting them to access what they enjoy.
During your shift you might be at the cinema, joining a fun run in the park or enjoying the latest exhibition at the V&A (enter something local) all the while keeping our customers safe and cared for. If you are passionate about assisting others to live full and happy lives, we want to hear from you!
About the Role
If you are someone who is passionate about assisting others to live full and happy lives, we want to hear from you!
While experience is great, we are really looking for people with the right values. You should have excellent communication skills and be flexible and empathetic.
A driver’s license and car is desirable, so when applying please let us know if that you have these.
Working with Capability Scotland brings you lots of benefits:
£9.66 per hour exceeding the current Scottish Living Wage!
Sleepovers paid at £9.30 per hour (industry-leading!)
Fully paid, sector-leading learning and development
Fully funded SVQ placement – a qualification which is yours for life
Access to shopping discounts through the Perks At Work scheme
Excellent annual leave of 32 days per year, increasing with service
Generous and enhanced pension schemes and family benefits
As a member of our autoenrollment pension scheme, £10,000 provided in the case of Death in Service
Flexible working is available
Free 24/7 employee assistance programme
Free PVG checks throughout your career
Ritual Abuse Network Scotland (R.A.N.S.) are recruiting a Part-time (15-25 hours) Volunteer Development Worker (initially fixed term one year). You will develop volunteering within the organisation. You will recruit, train and support volunteers both online and offline, but with a focus on online development. Flexible hours and some evening and weekend work.
R.A.N.S. formerly known as Izzy’s Promise is a charity based in Dundee (SC033706) but working across Scotland and the UK which provides confidential support and information to survivors of ritual and organised abuse. This charity is survivor led, works to raise awareness about ritual and organised abuse and its effects on survivors, provides research, training and consultancy and works in close partnerships with other survivor organisations.