Are you an experienced, values-driven leader with a passion for Learning and Organisational Development?
We are recruiting a Head of Learning and Organisational Development to lead our Learning and Organisational Development (OD) function and to support the evolution of our organisational culture in the post-pandemic world.
The Head of L&OD will have the opportunity to lead and manage colleagues in the department which currently consists of an L&D Manager, Coordinator and Administrator.
The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of working collaboratively to lead change and develop organisational culture. They will also have significant demonstrable experience of leading initiatives in people development, culture and employee engagement.
Working with managers and senior leaders across CHAS, the Head of L&OD will drive the Learning and OD agenda, provide a clear vision for the function and work closely with colleagues across the charity to ensure a high quality people experience in CHAS.
We are looking for a forward-thinking, creative individual with outstanding people skills to fill this new post in the People and Strategy leadership team. If that sounds like you, then we’d love to hear from you.
Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS):
Each week, three children die in Scotland from an incurable condition. CHAS is dedicated to supporting every single member of these families as they face the toughest challenge of their lives. Whilst our mission of reaching all these families is a simple one, delivering that mission requires a huge amount of effort from everyone supporting our cause. As a charity with 300 staff and over 800 volunteers, we know that it is only by working together that we will achieve our goal. Staff and volunteers work together as one team. Our people are focused on one common goal - reaching every family in Scotland who needs our support.
Our Ideal Candidate:
You will be able to demonstrate experience of:
We are flexible about the location for this role as we have offices across:
The role involves regular travel across Scotland, to visit other CHAS sites. An initial period of home-working is likely.
Barnardo's 16+ Glasgow has been operational in Glasgow for more than 20 years and works in partnership with Glasgow City Council, and a number of Local Housing Associations. The project provides a comprehensive residential and community based transitional support service to care experienced young people aged 16-25.
We are looking to recruit a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our team. As a Housing Support Worker you will have the opportunity to make a significant difference to the lives of the young people supported by the service.
Ideally you will have experience of working with young people in a residential setting, or on an outreach basis, and will share our committed to valuing the unique worth of every young person being supported. If you want to make a difference, and be part of a team committed to fulfilling "the promise" to young care leavers we want to hear from you.
Please see attached role profiles for further information.
At Barnardo's we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. Our safer recruitment processes mean that the safety and welfare of the child is paramount at every stage of the process and therefore, we adopt rigorous scrutiny in our pre-employment checking. This post is subject to a range of pre-employment checks including a Criminal Records Enhanced Disclosure for the successful candidate.
At Barnardo's we believe in children – no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through. Please read about our basis and values following the link below. You will be asked questions relating to them as part of the recruitment process for this role.
Barnardo's is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce for staff and volunteers. We actively encourage applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within Barnardo's.
We have an exciting opportunity for a fully qualified Finance Manager to join Corra’s team.
The Finance Manager will support the development and operation of Corra’s finance function. They will be responsible for financial systems and processes, ensuring the security of Corra’s assets, providing financial reporting, advice, and support to colleagues and Trustees to enable them to make sound business decisions.
You must be a qualified accountant with experience of accounting for a charity of significant size (or similar organisation) and knowledge of the Charities Statement of Recommended Practice, HMRC regulations and VAT as applied to charities.
The successful candidate will have:
· Excellent organisational and planning skills.
· People management skills.
· Financial appraisal experience.
· The ability to think analytically
· Excellent communication, and interpersonal skills.
The role can be based either in Edinburgh or Glasgow. Corra is trialling a hybrid working policy which provides a flexible approach and is available to all staff.
As an inclusive employer, we welcome conversations on flexible working and any reasonable adjustments that may be required.
We are passionate about engaging, equipping and inspiring young people to become followers of Jesus who, through their discipleship transform their culture, standing for social change and justice.
We are looking to recruit a Children and Youth Specialist – a committed and practising Christian with a passion to develop and deliver Children and Youth ministry provision in Salvation Army contexts across East Scotland. We seek to equip and inspire young people to become passionate followers of Jesus. We take our inspiration from the first disciples to follow Jesus, and those who have come along since. We hear Jesus’ simple call to ‘follow’ and seek to equip young people across the division to understand and contextualise this call for themselves. We hold this calling alongside the distinctives of The Salvation Army. Central to our faith formation must be a focus on holiness and action: in all we do, we will point young people towards holiness, and send them out to be transformative agents, as disciples of Jesus in our tradition of social change and justice.
As the successful candidate you will provide practical knowledge and expertise in the development and delivery of youth and children's ministry provision – with specific responsibility to equip, enable and empower local corps and centres to raise leaders and young people who are disciples of Jesus in our tradition of social change and justice.
To be successful you have:
This role has an occupational requirement that the successful candidate must be a committed and practising Christian and be in good standing in their corps / church and with a broad knowledge of the Salvation Army.
Are you passionate about helping people to live a better life? Do you want to work for a charity where your health and wellbeing matter just as much as the people you support? Do you want to be part of a trauma-informed team where you will be supported to develop creative and flexible ways of working?
At LinkLiving, our values and people are at the heart of everything we do including how we recruit our staff. It is important for us to find people who share our values, which are:
LinkLiving is a Scottish health and wellbeing charity that supports people to manage or overcome the effects of negative life experiences (including trauma, mental health challenges, poverty and inequality) so that they can build on their strengths and aspirations in order to live their best possible lives. We support people through a range of models including:
• Personal development and employability programmes
• Self-help coaching
• Supported accommodation
• Care at home
• Housing support
• Social cafes
LinkLiving’s HoME service (Help on Managing Everything) provides an intensive housing management service to Link Housing Association tenants who are struggling to maintain their tenancies.
The purpose of the job is to support people with complex needs to maintain their tenancies through the provision of opportunities to enhance their independent living skills. You will offer specialist support, working closely with Housing Officers as well as the wider Mental Health & Wellbeing Services team.
You will be responsible for supporting tenants by providing high quality one to one support creating a plan with achievable goals for each client. The level and content of the support you will provide will be tailored to meet the needs of each individual, both in terms of frequency and content.
LinkLiving aims to provide ongoing learning and capacity building opportunities to enable more vulnerable people to actively participate in our service. This role will support that aim by ensuring that opportunities are provided to tenants, equipping them with the skills to make a valuable contribution to the service and their wider community. The Housing Project Worker will provide support and offer guidance to tenants, develop relationships with other agencies and services and actively promote LinkLiving’s services.
To succeed in this role, you must have an ability and understanding of how to work with people who have complex needs. A knowledge and understanding of the skills needed for independent living is also important for this role.
Effective communication skills including excellent written, oral and IT skills is essential for you to have for this role. You must be able to demonstrate your ability to use ICT equipment and previous experience in using online client management systems.
This role involves development with partnerships with other agencies and training providers and therefore an ability to create relationships/partnerships with other voluntary and statutory agencies is essential.
You must be able to drive and travel between services as required.
For a comprehensive list of the essential and desirable criteria required for this post, please refer to the Job Specification in the Job information Pack above.
What’s in it for you?
As a LinkLiving employee, you'll benefit from:
• A generous annual leave entitlement of 35 days pro rata per annum (including public holidays) rising to 38 days after completion of three years’ service
• Access to a death in service benefits scheme providing 4x salary
• Enhanced company sick and familial pay entitlements
• A Healthcare cash plan for employee and dependents to support health and wellbeing and discounts on shopping, restaurants, and other services.
• A free and confidential employee assistance program and services for employees and their immediate household dependants to support health, mental and financial well-being
• Employer pension contributions starting at 5% and rising to 6% depending on employee contributions
• Access to a savings and borrowing scheme and much more!
This post is subject to Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme registration. Link will meet the cost of any new PVG scheme membership or scheme record update.
Interested? If you have any questions about the role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange for someone from the service to call you for an informal chat.
To find out more about what LinkLiving do, please visit our website at linkliving.org.uk
We are looking for unique people who can support younger people with dementia, in a community setting, in such a way that is personalised to the individual’s needs and supports their wellbeing.
Our support workers are our most important people as they provide front line support. Our support workers help individuals to maintain skills and independence by providing support to enable them to be active within their communities, participate in therapeutic activities and enjoy social stimulation.
Successful applicants will have a positive approach to dementia. They will also have good communication skills and a caring attitude. A willingness to learn and participate in training (including SVQ’s) is essential. Relevant qualifications and/or experience of working with people with dementia would be an advantage.
For a full job description, please click apply where you will be redirected to our website to fill out an online application form. Applicants must complete the form on our website to be considered for this role. CV applications will not be considered.
The successful candidate for this post will be subject to a criminal check through Disclosure Scotland.