Circle is a Scottish charity providing family support services to some of Scotland’s most marginalised children and families.
This is a senior role within the management team at Circle.
The successful candidate will play a key role working with the Chief Executive and management team to drive the strategic direction, financial wellbeing and operational effectiveness of the organisation. The role will require an experienced, pro-active, and dynamic individual who can drive change and develop new and more effective ways for Circle to achieve their vision for all children to be safe, happy, healthy and nurtured within a stable family which supports them to achieve their potential.
Applicants must have a professional qualification in social work, social care or health and have a strong track record of taking responsibility for safeguarding practice across children and adult services.
A recognised qualification in management/leadership in Health and Social Care is desirable.
Applicants should complete an application form and send to Circle, along with a personal statement stating why you want this post and why you feel you are the right person for the role.
Circle is a Scottish charity providing family support services to some of the most marginalised children and families in Scotland.
We are working in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council and Women’s Aid South Lanarkshire to deliver The Caledonian System, an integrated approach to address men’s domestic abuse and to improve the lives of women, children and men.
The Children’s Worker will focus on:
The latter may include direct work with men on a 1:1 basis and involvement in the delivery of group work.
Applicants should have experience of working with children and families affected by domestic abuse, and possess a professional qualification in health, education, social work or social care.
Move On’s mission is to support vulnerable people to achieve personal goals and make positive lasting change in their lives. We offer a range of services, which meet the needs of our service users and volunteers, which are flexible and innovative, responding to changing needs and circumstances. Our mentoring, befriending and various employability services offer the key relationships and opportunities, which enable people to set goals, recognise and develop their skills, build confidence, grow their social networks and gain the qualifications and work experience they need to reach their potential and achieve a brighter future.
Move On’s services are delivered in a manner which is trauma informed/skilled, person-centred and asset-based. We are committed to supporting people where they need it, when they need it and for as long as they need it.
We have offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh city centres, and two social enterprises linked with our employability and environmental remits: FareShare Glasgow and the West of Scotland in Whiteinch, Glasgow and Move On Wood Recycling in Granton, North Edinburgh.
MOWR is a successful social enterprise established by charity Move On in early 2018, with joint environmental and social aims:
MOWR collects waste timber from the construction and events industries, as well as domestic settings. We re-use as much of this timber as possible, either selling on direct to the public, or through upcycling into furniture and other products. Our range of products, made by volunteers and staff in our workshop, many of which are made to order, is available from our on-line shop, as well as the MOWR shop. In the process of our day to day work, we offer volunteering and training opportunities.
MOWR is a member of the UK-wide National Community Wood Recycling Project Network.
You will lead a small motivated staff team, ensuring that we deliver excellent customer service. You will manage and motivate volunteers, and organise all the day to day activities of a busy and growing social enterprise. Working with colleagues from other Move On teams, you will manage trainees within a busy and fast-paced working environment and oversee the delivery of high quality work experience opportunities.
What we are looking for:
We are looking for someone who is highly motivated, entrepreneurial, has excellent communication skills and who has strong business and operational skills and experience. A proven leader, you will also have a commitment to delivering a high-quality service in line with our mission and core values
The role will provide a great opportunity to demonstrate your skills in managing and growing an exciting social enterprise, leading, working alongside and inspiring others to make a real contribution to the local community, circular economy and to local sustainability.
What we can offer you:
We strive to ensure that Move On is a great place to work by supporting, developing and valuing our people. We offer:
Reporting to: Director of Operations
We have two Early Learning Practitioner posts available within our team. Minimum 24 hours per week ideally but a range of hours available for the right candidates alongside flexible working patterns, including term time working.
These roles have recently undergone some development and we are looking for individuals who are passionate about supporting the wellbeing and development of children aged 0-5 years both through group work and childcare provision but also by working alongside parents and carers.
You will have the opportunity to work in a meaningful way with small groups of children, creating stimulating learning environments and nurturing positive relationships.
If you are looking for the opportunity to work with children and families more creatively and flexibly whilst providing high quality care and support then this is the role for you.
If you would like to discuss the role and the working patterns available please feel free to contact us via email@example.com.
Fresh Start provides support to people who have previously been homeless through the provision of goods and services. Our Services are offered at the stage when clients have been offered a tenancy, with the services being delivered by volunteers who provide clients with practical and social benefits.
The Corporate Community Fundraiser will help Fresh Start develop partnerships with corporate supporters, community groups and maximise income opportunities through a variety of different mediums. The CCF will develop robust, long term relationships with partners and assist them to identify maximum use of their corporate social responsibility to create an environment that offers added value to all of Fresh Start’s services and developments.