CHAS is a charity on a mission. We’re going to make sure that wherever there’s a child in Scotland with a life-shortening condition we’re on hand to support them and their family. We want to make sure that no matter how short their time together, it is filled with moments of joy.
This role will work closely with the Associate Director for External Affairs, CHAS CEO and the senior leadership team. The Policy and Public affairs Manager will:
• Support the delivery of CHAS’s influencing strategy
• Support CHAS’s engagement with parliamentarians, local government, policy makers, civil servants and other stakeholders
• Ensure that CHAS develops and delivers on our policy and advocacy strategy
We are looking for a dynamic individual and excellent communicator with strong analytical skills. In order to help us achieve our mission while representing the interests of the children and families we support, you will have:
• Strong policy experience
• A proven record of developing and delivering successful public affairs programmes
• The ability to maintain positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
• A commitment to working with volunteers
At CHAS, our ambition is to reach every family in Scotland who is living with the heart-breaking prognosis that their child is dying, and offer them our care and support to empower them to make the most of the short time they have together. As a Policy and Public Affairs Manager, you will be instrumental in achieving this vision.
At CHAS, we are on a mission. We’re going to make sure wherever there is a child in Scotland with a life shortening condition their family know about the vital support we can provide. To do this we need to reach into every community across Scotland and this is where you come in! We are looking for a driven and ambitious individual to join the Community Fundraising team.
You will be responsible for getting out into the local community, raising awareness and engaging your supporters in their fundraising! You will grow and develop existing relationships and create new community fundraising activity alongside an amazing Fundraising and Communications team. You will manage a fantastic group of existing CHAS volunteers and grow your volunteer networks.
In order to successfully drive fundraising and support for CHAS in your area, you will work co-operatively with colleagues, form meaningful relationships with others, demonstrate initiative, act with integrity and be accountable for your actions and decisions. You will also have:
At CHAS, our ambition is to reach every family in Scotland who is living with the heart-breaking prognosis that their child is dying, and offer them our care and support to empower them to make the most of the short time they have together. As a Community Fundraiser, you will be instrumental in achieving this vision.
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The post holder will develop and maintain systems to enable the Brain Health Scotland team to carry out their responsibilities by being the first point of contact for professionals, researchers and members of the public and people with dementia making enquiries to the team, arranging meetings, taking detailed minutes and producing reports for distribution.
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CORRA FOUNDATION TRUSTEE RECRUITMENT
Would you like to help make a difference alongside people and communities?
Corra Foundation is looking for three Trustees to join its board. It’s an exciting time with our new strategy being launched in early 2020.
We’re particularly keen to hear from people from across Scotland who will bring different perspectives to Corra. You don’t have to have experience of being on a board and the Corra team will give you support if you need it as you find your feet as a Trustee.
We’d love to hear from people with a wide range of skills. Some of the areas where the board would like to increase its expertise include: community development, digital, legal and finance investment.
Our Trustees play an enormously valuable role in helping us work towards our vision and our mission, which is at the heart of everything we do. We aim to make a difference to people and communities, by encouraging positive change, opportunities, fairness and growth of aspirations which improve quality of life.
Are you a great relationship builder and administrator? Are you passionate about inspiring and supporting people?
We are looking for an expert and driven Administrator to join our Learning and Development (L&D) team at an exciting time of change and growth.
Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) is evolving at pace and we know that supporting our people with adequate, timely and fit-for-purpose opportunities for learning and growth are essential. The L&D team ensures such learning opportunities are available and accessed, using a range of systems and processes and this role is key to making this happen.
We are seeking a confident and expert Administrator, with a ‘can do’ attitude and strong interest and passion for working with others. This is a fantastic opportunity for a skilled communicator who:
· enjoys working collaboratively with others
· is highly organised
· is a team-player
· has excellent written and verbal communication skills
· has a high level of attention to detail
· finds it easy to quickly establish working relationships
· is focused on delivering on task and deadlines
· knows how to get the best out of Microsoft Office, information databases and other management information systems.
· has experience of working in a busy office environment
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!
Travel between sites may be required and as such holding a full UK driving licence can be useful.