An opportunity to change the lives of young people
Leader sought for ambitious North Edinburgh youth project
Fetlor Youth Club is building on its 100-year tradition of youth work and we’re looking to appoint dynamic and experienced Director to lead us from our strong foundation of traditional youth work towards a hub model of partnership working so we can maximise our impact and reach and ensure we can serve young people more holistically.
Based in our modern youth hub building, our successful candidate will manage a small and dedicated team.
You will have demonstrable skills as strategic leader with good management and commercial experience. An interest in improving the lives of young people from disadvantaged communities is also crucial.
Your role will involve:
1) Leadership of the FetLor team.
2) Building and maintaining strong and effective partnerships which collectively strengthen the support available to young people in north Edinburgh.
3) Creating and implementing a strategic plan that ensures the long-term sustainability of FetLor.
Competitive salary of c. £55k pro rata
The benefits include flexible working and on-site childcare facilities.
An exciting opportunity to join our growing Scottish charity which offers specialist assessment, advice, information and support to families affected by Huntington’s disease (HD) and to all involved in their care.
We are recruiting for a Financial Wellbeing officer with a special interest in Energy Advice. With strong people skills, you will have three years of experience in a money advice, energy advice or welfare rights capacity. You will work directly with service users on welfare rights, debt management, energy advice and financial planning issues. You will have strong organisational skills, and be able to work to deadlines. You will work autonomously part of a small team of financial wellbeing staff situated across Scotland who together significantly improve the financial outcomes of families and work in an integrated way with a range of clinical and youth services to improve the quality of life of people living with Huntington’s disease.
A clean current driving licence and use of a car is essential.
The successful candidates will be subject to a Disclosure Scotland PVG Scheme check.
NB Due to current Covid-19 restrictions all staff are currently working from home. Interview and induction processes for successful candidates will take place via Microsoft Teams.