Scope:Internal Administration and record keeping of centre finances.
Please note: the post holder will be based entirely in the Centre
Would you like to join a vibrant, exciting, organisation working alongside families with young children in North Lanarkshire? Home-Starts across the UK work alongside families in their own homes and communities to help them prepare for parenthood and the challenges they might face with family life and young children. We understand that parenting can be complex and challenging and no two families are the same. Home-Start works alongside families and pregnant families providing1:1 volunteer support, groups, peer support, information and awareness raising. We have also recently started working in partnership to provide support in schools and counselling. Our tailored support provides families with opportunities to build on skills, confidence, and to connect with other parents in their community. We provide a listening ear, and our non-judgemental, compassionate, confidential support offers a vital lifeline in partnership with other organisations to parents when they need it most.
We know Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire is making a big impact on families with young children.
We are now excited to welcome a new Senior Family Support Co-ordinator who has the passion, enthusiasm, and vision to lead the team of staff and volunteers in North Lanarkshire to ensure children have the best possible start in life.
The role is initially funded for 2 years, with the possibility of extended funding.
Do you have what we are looking for?
This role is subject to PVG checks.
Home-Start is committed to Equality of Opportunity and Diversity.
East Park is seeking suitable skilled and motivated people to join its Board of Directors in an exciting and challenging period.
East Park provides excellent, child focused education and residential care to children and young people with complex additional support needs, including autism spectrum disorder, physical and sensory impairments, and challenging behaviours. With the young person at the centre and working with external partners, our work focuses on seeking innovative, personalised approaches which enable each individual to reach his or her maximum potential.
Established in 1874, East Park’s services have developed considerably over many years and is now a niche and specialist service provider in education and care and has ambitious plans to improve its campus facilities and the general environments around East Park.
To help support the organisation going forward East Park seeks skilled and motivated individuals to join the Board of Directors. As a non-executive member of the Board you will play a central role in developing strategy, monitoring quality and governance and supporting the provision of education and care services.
East Park seeks individuals who possess strategic vision, good independent judgement, and have the ability to work as part of a diverse team. We are keen to hear from you if you have high level experience in:
Above all, East Park seeks people who share our values and wish to support vulnerable children and young people in fulfilling their potential, that understand the challenges of the sector, and will fulfil a constructive and supportive role in furthering the values and objectives of East Park.
The Board meets around 6 times per year for 2-3 hours on a weekday. Although the role is non-remunerated reasonable expenses will be reimbursed with training provided.