We are currently looking for a Finance and Administration officer who will be responsible for the overall financial management (planning, budgeting, accounting and reporting) and administration of the National Mining Museum Scotland. This includes working with the Chief Executive to ensure the accurate preparation and maintenance of financial records for the Trust, and providing effective and efficient administrative support for the National Mining Museum Scotland’s Board, stakeholders and staff. This positional will be full time (35 hours) with a salary of £20,500.
We are currently looking for a Facilities and Maintenance Officer with overall responsibility for Property Management, Health & Safety, Fire Safety, Security and maintenance of the whole site. A full job description is below. This position will be full time (35 hours per week) with a salary of £23,500.
We are looking for an Administration Assistant with a particular focus on HR. The HR function within the college falls under the remit of the Business & Resource Manager (BRM). We have around 40 staff, and this role will work with the BRM to ensure the administrative tasks are implemented. The Administration Supervisor has overall line management responsibility for all the administrative staff in the college.
This is an opportunity for someone who wants to work part-time and who has some experience of HR. However, we will consider applicants who have an excellent administrative background and good attention to detail. We would also expect applicants to be able to evidence they work experience of working with confidential data.
The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of the recruitment process; maintain the HR Online database and the electronic and paper filing systems; co-ordinate inductions, provide information for payroll and oversee pension administration.
In return we offer the opportunity to work in a historic 16th century building set in 125 acres of stunning landscape, along with generous holiday allowances (45 days per year) and excellent pension scheme where the college contributes 18.9%.
If you need to discuss any aspect of the role, please contact Joyce Clark in the first instance, or telephone 0131 663 1921.
Health in Mind is looking for an outstanding Social Prescribing Development Worker to join our Community Mental Health and Wellbeing team working in Midlothian and the Scottish Borders.
This is an exciting post, part of a new partnership funded by The Big Lottery, working across Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Social Prescribing Development Worker will work one day per week in Midlothian with our established Access Point team and three days per week developing a new Social Prescribing Service in the Scottish Borders.
You will have experience supporting vulnerable people; you will be able to understand their diverse and complex needs and use a social prescribing approach to meet these needs; you will be experienced in monitoring and evaluation and setting, achieving and reporting on plans.
Alongside this, you will be dynamic, resilient, creative, a good networker and communicator, able to manage risk and balance the demands of operational developmental and partnership issues.
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Following a review of ministry requirements to complement traditional parish ministry, The Ministries Council of the Church of Scotland is pleased to be able to recruit for the following role:
Transition Minister, Newbattle Parish
Ministries Council roles are varied and will allow you to use your gifts, skills and experience to make a difference to the lives of people in our parishes and communities.
Applicants must hold a current driving license and have access to a car on a daily basis.
Enthusiastic, motivated person with thorough working knowledge of the benefits system required as Kinship Care Regional Support Officer based at Penicuik CAB. The post holder will work with the Citizens Advice Bureaux in the defined regional area of Stirling, Clackmannanshire, Falkirk, East and West Lothians, Midlothian, Edinburgh, Fife, the Western Isles and the Scottish Borders. The officer will support bureaux in the provision of advice to Kinship Carers, deliver training and co-ordinate regional activities.
The post holder will work closely with local services and stakeholders, such as kinship care groups to provide support, share information and raise awareness of the service.