Autism Initiatives Scotland provides a range of person centred services throughout Scotland. The charity provides services to autistic people who are 16 years old and over and encompasses supported living and outreach services.
The Area Manager is responsible for the design of the support programme to the people we support and to ensure, through the management team, the delivery and maintenance of high level autism specific services. The Area Manager’s responsibilities also include financial management, service development and liaison with external agencies. To provide leadership to the group of services, the Area Manager must ensure all staff are managed and supervised effectively. The Area Manager will be required to travel to our sites across West Lothian, Perth & Kinross.
You will have excellent leadership and supervision skills, knowledge of current legislation and regulations relating to the social care sector and management of an operational budget. A Social Work / health care qualification or equivalent as noted within the Scottish Social Service Council (SSSC) guidelines for the qualifications for managers is essential for this role.
The successful candidate will be required to register with the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme and the SSSC.
This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team in supporting young parent families.
Do you have the skills and experience needed to deliver an evolving group work programme in line with Scottish Government Covid-19 regulations?
Your role would be to lead in developing a group work programme for young parents which can support their wellbeing, helping them to increase their confidence, skills and aspirations.
Key to the success of the role is your ability to be able to build meaningful, supportive relationships with young people.
Circle – Haven Project and Stepping Stones North Edinburgh are working in partnership to enhance and expand their delivery of holistic family support which will promote children and young people’s resilience and mental health across the North West Locality of Edinburgh.
This exciting opportunity has arrived through Community Mental Health and Wellbeing funding and we are seeking an experienced and skilled practitioner to join our team. Delivery will be focused on children and young people aged between 5-24 (or 26 for care experienced young people) who reside with their parents.