Sistema Scotland’s vision is to improve lives and strengthen communities. We deliver our work through the creation of Big Noise programmes within communities, and currently run five programmes in Raploch & Fallin in Stirling, Govanhill in Glasgow, Torry in Aberdeen, Douglas in Dundee and Wester Hailes in Edinburgh.
Working closely with the Operations Support Manager, you will support the organisation to maximise its use of Microsoft 365, and support the creation and refinement of IT processes and protocols. You will have experience of working in an IT support role with a mixed IT ability staff team, with demonstratable knowledge and experience in working with Microsoft 365 and SharePoint at an advanced level. You will also have excellent organisational, listening and questioning skills, with the ability to independently manage a high-pressure workload.
This is a temporary post for 6 months, working three days (21 hours) a week (pattern of work to be agreed with line manager). The role forms part of the central team, working on a hybrid basis between home and travelling throughout Scotland to all our Big Noise centres.
At Scottish Bible Society we share the Bible. And we believe that when people suffer from trauma, the Bible can bring them to a place of peace and healing.
We are one of a global collaboration of Christian ministries dedicated to helping people around the world heal from the pain of trauma through understanding and engaging with the Bible. We work with a community of facilitators from across the world resourced by the Trauma Healing Institute, sharing knowledge, best practice and training.
To enable the continued growth in this expanding ministry in Scotland we are seeking to appoint a Trauma Healing Coordinator. Working alongside existing staff and volunteers, the successful applicant will provide administrative support and training to those seeking to run Bible based Trauma Healing groups in their church communities. Advanced training towards accreditation as a Trauma Healing Master Facilitator will be given.
Trauma is defined as a deep wound of the heart and mind that takes a long time to heal, hurting every part of us: our relationships, our bodies, our thoughts, and our faith.
It takes knowledge and skill to help people who are in this kind of pain, without hurting them more.