FetLor Youth Club is a place of activity, adventure and fun for all young people where they can try new experiences and learn new skills. FetLor Youth Club supports young people to reach their full potential, grow their dreams and achieve their goals.
We are looking for someone who can help us to deliver this aspiration for Edinburgh’s young people by ensuring the smooth operation of the Club. You will have;
· Excellent organisational, numerical and IT skills
· Strong written and verbal communication skills
· A positive “can do” attitude
· An ability to work independently, on your own initiative
· A commitment to the vision and values of FetLor Youth Club
To provide organisational and administrative support to the Board, the Youth Work Manager and the youth work team in the running of a busy youth centre and the delivery of an exciting programme of activities for young people aged 7 – 17 years at FetLor Youth Club. Roles and responsibilities are varied and will include; Finance, HR, Facilities Management, Communications, Office Management and more; time management and prioritization skills are essential. The Operations Manager ensures that the relevant processes are in place to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the Club for FetLor staff, volunteers and partner projects, all working towards a common goal - to improve outcomes for young people.
To provide a safe, professional and supportive service for women and any accompanying children who have experienced or are at risk of domestic abuse, who have additional support needs and who are living in refuge accommodation provided by Edinburgh Women’s Aid.
other services to enable women to make informed choices and decisions.
administration and documentation are completed correctly
The overarching aims of this post are:
1. Women have increased financial independence (access to economic resources, education, paid labour market, routes out of poverty).
2. Services supporting women experiencing domestic abuse have increased knowledge, resources and confidence to respond to their employment and educational support needs.
3. Services are better connected to local and national employability supports.
4. Strategic local and national employability systems better reflect the economic needs of women who have experienced domestic abuse.
The post holder(s) will work with Edinburgh Women’s Aid and Shakti Women’s Aid service users to:
1. Consult with women about their access to paid employment and the range of additional barriers that they face as a result of domestic abuse.
2. Facilitate groups of women to develop a model/models of employability support that seek/s to address the barriers into fair and sustainable employment that they have identified.
3. Support women to engage through joint events with partners and allies to share information and to discuss potential for change.
4. Problem solve and create draft local solutions to address the barriers identified by women.
5. Monitor review and evaluate the project.
Are you passionate about offering children the best start in life by providing support to Dads and families? This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a small and dynamic charity providing support to Dads, children, young people and their families in Edinburgh.
We are looking to recruit a new team member, to deliver our young dads project, playgroups, training and other targeted practical and emotional support to Dads, children, young people and their families.
This is an annual contract. Hours will be flexible, depending on your personal circumstances. They will include weekend work as our playgroups run on Saturday and Sunday mornings 10am-1130am and 11am-1230pm respectively. We also deliver our services during weekday working hours and occasionally in the evening.