We are recruiting for an amazing Director of Communications to lead and develop our global communications strategy to inspire and grow our movement across all mediums.
We are currently feeding 1,504,471 of the world’s poorest children, every School day, in 18 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. Our organisation is named after Mary the mother of Jesus and shaped by Christian spirituality. We are focused on one goal - that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education. This meal provides the energy and opportunity to learn, giving children the chance of a brighter future.
Communications is at the heart of everything we do, and this critical role is key to our ongoing mission. Reporting to our CEO, you will have responsibility for overseeing all digital, editorial, content and internal communication activities within Mary’s Meals, and key priorities include:
• Developing and implementing a global communications strategy, embedding communications best practice across the Mary’s Meals movement
• Developing and maintaining relationships with all Mary’s Meals Affiliates, providing support in the creation of bespoke and impactful campaigns and building in-country capacity
• Developing and delivering an internal communications plan that ensures effective information sharing across the global family
• Providing strategic and operational leadership to the communications team, fostering a culture of innovation and continuous improvement
With relevant communications experience, ideally within a global or international environment, you will be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to our vision, mission and values. Skilled in managing brand positioning and messaging for an organisation, you will also be able to demonstrate:
• Relevant experience of developing and implementing innovative communications strategies and projects coupled with the ability to translate these into actions and activities
• Proven staff management experience and the ability to lead and develop high performing teams
• The ability to effectively engage with and manage relationships with a wide range of stakeholders
• A strong vocational attitude that shows competence, commitment and contribution to the global movement
We offer so much more than a role; you will have the opportunity to support our global movement in a dynamic and inclusive environment with a real focus on flexible working and personal development.
Mary’s Meals is a values-driven organisation; we believe in the innate goodness of people, respect the dignity of every human being and family life and believe in good stewardship of the resources entrusted to us. In line with our values, Mary’s Meals is fully committed to a culture of safeguarding.
This is an incredible opportunity to use your talents to positively impact the lives of hungry children all over the world and with 64 million children still out of school and millions more attending classes too hungry to learn, our work has only just begun.
Migrant Help is a leading charity that has been established for over 50 years and delivers a range of support and advice services to migrants across the UK. Our vision is for a global society that protects vulnerable migrants, treats them with respect and enables them to reach their full potential.
We are recruiting for a creative and organised Senior Client Adviser to join our team in Glasgow.
The scope of this role is to work as part of the Migrant Help Asylum Services team and to provide a professional service which includes the provision of advice and guidance in addition to providing assistance with the completion of support applications. The post holder will be required to provide briefings to eligible asylum seekers. As the role is varied and multi-functional in nature, there is a requirement that the post-holder will need to address the changing local business needs periodically and will re-prioritise work as necessary. The post-holder will work consistently to ensure the continuous local development of the advice service; he/she will ensure that all advisory processes and procedures are efficient, professional and consistent at all times. The post holder is expected to contribute to the overall success of the Organisation in accordance with Migrant Help's aims, objectives, vision and values.
Due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate should expect some travel/out of hours’ work may be required by prior arrangement, therefore, flexibility and willingness to accommodate this need is a pre-requisite. The successful candidate will also be required to work an “Out of hours” service.
The post-holder requires a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check and a Counter Terrorism (CTC) check.
Therefore the applicant must:
Because People Matter
Turning Point Scotland is a national social care charity providing services to people with addictions, learning disabilities, mental health issues, those in the criminal justice system and those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The 218 Service provides an alternative to custody for woman in the Criminal Justice System. We provide programmes of intensive support and group work to empower the woman to address the root causes of their offending. With a view to support them to break the cycle of offending which results in the 'revolving door' syndrome of maintaining their involvement in the Criminal Justice System and Prison Service.
The Service offers a 12 bed Residential Unit and a Community Engagement service for woman who still reside in the community. As many of the woman who access our service have a wide range of mental and physical issues, we have an integrated health team and psychologies therapy team to address them.
To produce high quality food for clients, staff and visitors at the Service offering a nutritious and appetising range of food encompassing the requirements of vegetarian, vegan, and cultural cuisine for clients with special dietary needs.
Main duties and responsibilities:
The Group Volunteer coordinator post will work closely with FASS’ Service Manager and will play a key role in recruiting volunteers as well as supporting and developing FASS peer support groups.
FASS encourages partnership working and we hold regular conferences and events to raise awareness of the issues surrounding families affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol problems.
Marys Mealsis a global movement supported by people from all walks of life and we are focused on one goal – that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education. We continue to change the lives of over 1.5 million children who today will receive Mary’s Meals.
The role involves supporting the implementation of the strategic management of retail and material aid for Mary’s Meals and to work with the retail and material team in the management of property and facilities management, logistics, development of systems and process, health and safety and administration.
The Retail Support Officer will contribute to the development of operational excellence that supports the growing awareness of the Mary’s Meals movement and building relationships and meeting expectations of internal and external stakeholders.
Key responsibilities include:
· Supporting the implementation of the retail strategy and supporting Shop Managers/Material Aid Officer to meet their objectives, promote the Mary’s Meals movement and to build relationships with the local communities in which we serve.
· Maintain and increases our standards of customer service and increases awareness of our brand.
· Resolve day to day issues with colleagues and 3rd parties.
· Support the Shop Managers to provide the agreed level of service.
· Identify improvement in operations and evaluate implications of new opportunities.
Would you like to make a real difference to the lives of families with critically ill children in hospital?
Our small hardworking team of staff at Ronald McDonald House Glasgow are dedicated to helping those families who need us at the most stressful and vulnerable time of their lives.
We have been providing support to thousands of families with seriously ill children in hospital for over twenty years and we provide a free home away from home for families with children receiving care and undergoing treatment at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow. We are totally funded by donations and are open and staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
For families with a sick child the House is a fantastic haven at a stressful time when their child’s stay in hospital requires them to be close by.
We want you to join our team!
We are looking for a full-time Community Fundraiser to join us as we grow a successful range of fundraising activities and play key role in our success.
In this new role you will work with our team to develop support for Ronald McDonald House through community fundraising activities and work directly with the families and supporters of our amazing cause. You will assist in all community fundraising activities, including working with schools, local businesses, community groups and individual volunteer fundraisers to maximise fundraising income and raise awareness of Ronald McDonald House Glasgow
Who we are looking for
We are looking for a real team-player with a positive outlook and lots of energy to help us achieve great results for the families who stay with us so you will be a real people-person with an organised approach to work.
Ideally you will have worked in a similar role and fundraising environment for at least three years and have experience of co-ordinating events and volunteers as well as an understanding of the fundraising sector and how to raise funds from the community.
If you have fantastic planning and great and relationship management skills then this is your chance to change the lives of the hundreds of families who stay with us each year.