Pilton Equalities Project (PEP) is a long established voluntary organisation based in North Edinburgh which provides a range of services to older and other vulnerable adults.
We want to recruit an experienced Volunteering Services Coordinator to support and expand our existing volunteer involvement. You will have sound experience of managing a volunteer involvement programme including recruitment, management and development of volunteers.
The post is funded until March 31st 2020 with a further 2 year continuation subject to confirmation of secured funding. The post is based at PEP’s offices but considerable outreach work is required.
Scran Academy is a dynamic and fast-growing catering business with a difference! We are a social enterprise that aims to improve the confidence and employability skills of some of Edinburgh’s most vulnerable young people.
We are at a growth point in our development where we are working with more young people. Therefor we require a youth development coordinator passionate about supporting and inspiring young people.
This role is an exciting opportunity to lead and shape how we work with and support our most critical stakeholders, young people. The core remit of this role is to oversea the support and participation of young people, our youth sessions and be the main link person to our schools. If this sounds like you then we want to hear from you!
You will be joining a small, inspiring and flexible team based in North Edinburgh. This role suits someone who enjoys a flexible work life and truly wants to see young people succeed.
HOURS & BENEFITS:
The position is 21 hours per week, salary £20,000 pro rata (from 37.5 hours). Post is initially for up to one year. Scran Academy operates Thursdays and Fridays at present, although this may change going forward. The remaining hours will be determined as mutually agreed and required. This (surprise surprise in the youth sector) will involve occasional evening and weekend work.
This post attracts a +3% employers pension contribution and (pro rata) 33 days annual leave, inclusive of a public holiday allowance. You will benefit from an inspiring and ever-changing workplace. As a new member of our small team, you will also enjoy a high level of creative control to advise and support our development. Additional training on youth work, employability and community development as well as leadership opportunities will be offered.
The post holder will work with the administrator and the staff team to ensure the smooth running of Granton Information Centre. This is a responsible position and requires excellent organisational skills and someone who is highly motivated.
GIC is a well-established, busy, independent advice agency situated in North Edinburgh providing services across North East and North West Edinburgh.
To provide advice, advocacy and representation for clients on issues concerning welfare benefit and tax credit entitlement and to provide money advice and representation to clients experiencing problems with personal indebtedness and those at risk of homelessness.
The post holder will work collaboratively with co-workers and other professionals, to provide a quality advice service, meet deadlines and achieve targets. Ongoing training will be made available
Experience in this area of work is desirable.
NWCC has an excellent reputation and is a valued provider of support services for Carers in North Edinburgh. We are looking for an experienced Operations Manager to provide professional leadership in the day to day running of the centre. You will have experience of working in the community, be a self-starter, team player and good communicator but most of all be supportive to all groups of people you will work with. You will report and be accountable to the Board. As we are a charitable organisation you will have a prime role in grant applications.
This post is currently funded until March 2020 and we hope to gain funding to extend this.