Scottish Sports Futures use the power of sport and physical activity to engage with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in Scotland and empower them to be confident, healthy and happy.
We do this using our proven and recognised Sport for Change model and its range of person-centred, youth-led programmes that provide positive experiences, inspiring role models, engaging social education, training, and youth volunteering opportunities. As a result, we seek to encourage a positive change in young people’s attitudes and behaviour that enables them to recognise and fulfil their potential, and to make a valuable contribution to their peers and their community.
We are proud to have a culture which is inclusive and collaborative, where our people are valued and supported to lead and develop ground-breaking initiatives with young people and communities at the heart.
We are currently recruiting for Workers to join our bank of sessional staff, to undertake work on a flexible basis. SSF Workers may be offered a variety of assignments, depending on their skills, experience, and availability. Roles include Physical Activity Coaches, Youth Workers, Nutrition and Exercise Workers, and Health and Wellbeing Workers. You will have the opportunity to discuss and agree assignments with your supervisor.
All SSF staff have responsibility for achieving SSF’s strategic goals of Developing People, Improving Health and Wellbeing, and Strengthening Communities. SSF Sessional Workers have the specific responsibility of delivering SSF’s delivery programmes across our four key local authorities: Fife, Glasgow, North Ayrshire and Stirling. Sessional Workers may work on one or more of our delivery programmes.
We are looking to recruit a Dementia Befriending Coordinator to develop and deliver a new Pan Ayrshire Dementia befriending service.
AILN is not for profit registered charity who provide information, support and advice around Self-Directed Support (SDS). Our organisation firmly believes that people should be at the forefront of choosing what support they want and how it is provided.
AILN initially grew from a group of disabled people who wanted to see a change in the way that community care services were offered to people. When direct payments were first introduced in 2003 they were keen to promote this as an option for independent living.
AILN have now been providing high quality SDS advice and information to the people of Ayrshire for over 15 years.
Our organisation is overseen by a peer-led Board who all have either personal experience of Self-directed Support (SDS), support services or have worked or volunteered in similar settings.
Key duties and responsibilities:
Responsible to: Development Coordinator
Candidates should be able to demonstrate relevant knowledge, skills and experience in volunteer coordination, partnership working and. You should be highly motivated and able to demonstrate experience of working with individuals living with dementia. Planning and delivering training, understanding the need for confidentiality, ability to work on own initiative and/or as part of a team.
We are looking for an experienced individual to fill an exciting role within our Business Services Team.
This post will give the successful candidate the exciting opportunity to help shape the future of Cairn Housing Association. Working with our recently appointed Customer Experience Manager and ICT and Digital Transformation Manager, this postholder will help deliver our change programme which is focussed on improving services to customers and our digital offering.
The postholder should have a background in business planning, performance management and have a strong knowledge of service improvement techniques such as customer journey mapping. The business support manager will also lead our Communications and Engagement team which will be key to ensuring our projects are delivered successfully.
For further information please see the job description or contact Morag Boyter Director of Business Services
A Basic Disclosure Scotland check is required for this post.
To implement a place-based approach and deliver a high-quality service to communities and partners, with a focus on improving life chances and empowering people to make positive changes through a capacity building approach. Key work areas will be to support the Community Empowerment agenda via Community Asset Transfer (CAT).
The Community Asset Transfer (CAT) Development Officer will be part of the Third Sector Interface (TSI) Team and will be responsible for the delivery of high-quality services to the communities of North Ayrshire.
This role will focus on delivering the TACT mission of ‘delivering programmes and projects that make a difference to people’s lives by encouraging, supporting and promoting community action’. The CAT Development Officer will provide a wide range of information and support to North Ayrshire groups and organisations with an interest in Community Asset Transfer.
Please download the Job Profile for further details about the role.
Support Workers:£11.00/hour F/T, P/T and Bank/Casual.
Advanced Support Workers:£12.80/hour - F/T, P/T and Bank/Casual
Locations:Aberchirder, Aberdeen, Alloa, Alva, Banff, Bridge of Earn, Buckie, Denny, Dumfries, Duns, Edinburgh, Fairlie, Falkirk, Fochabers, Fraserburgh, Fraserburgh, Glasgow, Huntly, Inverness, Invergordon, Jedburgh, Langholm, New Deer, Perth, Peterhead, Pitlochry,Portlethen, Portsoy, Thurso, Tullibody, Westhill, West Lothian and Wick.
As a Support Worker with Community Integrated Care you will experience an incredibly rewarding and fulfilling role.
Our Support Workers empower people with support needs to live the lives they want to lead.
We’re looking for candidates who are kind, dedicated and have a passion for people.
As a Support Worker, you will support people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns or dementia with their daily routines.
Prior experience of working in care isn’t always necessary. If you have other skills and experiences that you can bring to this role, we will give you all the support that you need.
You will use the best of your personality and skills every day. From supporting people to enjoy their favourite activities to enabling people to live independently, you will make a real difference.
Are you a Support Worker that is looking to progress in your career? Would you like to gain qualifications, enjoy specialist training, have more responsibility and earn more money? We also recruit for Advanced Support Workers within some complex care services.
You will be joining an award-winning charity. This is an exciting role, where you can change lives for the better and enjoy brilliant experiences.
We’re passionate about developing our own people and this role can lead to other exciting opportunities.
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