An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Social Worker to work within the multi-disciplinary Family Support Team in Rachel House.
Rachel House is one of the two hospices run by CHAS, which delivers the only hospice service of its kind in Scotland. This vacancy for the role of Social Worker is an exciting and unique opportunity to work alongside a highly motivated and skilled team and to be part of an organisation where everyone is passionate about the work we do.
You will play a key role in providing a comprehensive social work service to babies, children or young people with life-limiting conditions and their families, focusing on the co-ordination, development and delivery of service provision designed to assist with the issues related to the child or young person’s condition and the impact it has upon the wider family.
It is essential that you have a degree or diploma in social work and be registered with the SSSC. You should also have relevant post-registration experience of working with children and young people and complex family situations where loss and change are prevalent. You will have highly developed communication and negotiation skills as well as the ability to adapt the support you provide to meet the needs of individual families.
As a Social Worker with CHAS you will be involved in shaping our future.
This post is subject to a satisfactory PVG application.
Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) is a Scottish Charity providing and developing hospice services for children and young people with life limiting conditions and their families.
An opportunity has arisen for a Bank Activities Facilitator to join the Bank Register to work as required within the multi-disciplinary Family Support Team which provides professional support to address the social, emotional and spiritual needs of babies, children, young people and their families.
The Activities Team design and deliver a therapeutic based activity programs to ensure the needs of children and their families are met in a fun and sensitive way. As a member you will be expected to play an important role in this area, as well as providing support for sibling’s pre and post bereavement.
This post is subject to membership of the PVG scheme.
Scripture Union Scotland is a registered charity that helps all of Scotland’s children and young people explore the significance of Jesus Christ for their lives. We currently have a vacancy for an Activities Instructor to be based at our Lendrick Muir Centre, near Kinross. Lendrick Muir is set in 120 acres of grounds with accommodation for 165 guests.
This role is ideally suited for an experienced outdoor practitioner who combines strong NGB qualifications with leadership and management skills.
Working as part of the staff team you will have oversight of the activities team, including staff and volunteers, ensuring day to day delivery of the activities programme. You will have specific line management responsibility for our Trainee Instructors. You will work with the Activities Manager on various aspects of activity provision, legislative compliance and skills training for SU’s residential ministry.
You will provide activity instruction and maintain the activity equipment and infrastructure. Working with the Activities Manager you will help to develop the range and quality of activities we offer.
Applicants for this post should have at least 5 years’ experience of instructing outdoor activities and hold a minimum of 3 NGB Awards (from SPA, ML, BCU Level 2, MTB Level 3 (or equivalents) as well as holding a current first aid certificate. Further NGB awards would be beneficial.
A full UK Driving Licence is essential (preferably with D1 + E).
For this post, it is important that you are committed to SU Scotland’s ethos, working principles and vision and you would demonstrate this through your commitment and motivation.