Our Day Care Organisers are responsible for the co-ordination of our Day Care services. This includes assessments, reviews and planning activities. The Day Care Organiser also has line management responsibility for support staff. Additionally, you will support the wider work of the Locality. This will include participating in and contributing to locality planning meetings and supporting the work of locality fundraisers.
Successful applicants will have a positive approach to dementia, excellent communication skills and a caring attitude. Relevant qualifications and/or experience of working with people with dementia is essential as well as a willingness to learn and participate in training. Full driving license and access to a vehicle during working time is essential for this post.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with the right values to join our service assisting and supporting vulnerable homeless people to achieve better lives.
The successful candidate will be expected to complement the work of our support teams by ensuring the security of the building through observation and checks, maintaining health, safety and hygiene standards and following procedures such as for financial transactions, admissions and leavers, housing benefit, incident reports and building repairs reports.
You should have sound literacy and numeracy skills and experience of dealing with challenging behaviour. Other essentials include: experience of team working; good verbal communication; the ability to interact with people in an appropriate and positive way; and, above all, the determination to make a difference in the lives of our service users.
The post will involve three rota shifts per week.
Typical shift patterns: 07:45-15:15 and 14:45-22:15.
If successful, you will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council within 6 months of your start date. After registration, there is a requirement to be qualified and to maintain professional learning.
In return, we’ll offer you excellent learning and development opportunities, competitive annual leave entitlement, pension scheme, access to employee assistance programmes such as counselling, and life assurance.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated, well organised community fundraiser to join our area team. The post holder will cover Scottish Borders, Dumfries & Galloway, North, East & South Ayrshire, Inverclyde, East Renfrewshire & Renfrewshire based from one of our dementia resource centres within their particular area.
The post holder will work within our community fundraising team to deliver an agreed fundraising plan and will work with a diverse range of stakeholders to meet and exceed agreed targets and KPI’s.
The successful applicant will have a good understanding of community fundraising, excellent communication and negotiation skills, will show creativity and flair and will work effectively as part of a busy team. The successful applicant will work with colleagues to manage and prioritise a diverse workload and will be proactive in maximising fundraising opportunities.
Experience of community fundraising, digital marketing, working with a variety of supporter groups, press and PR, events, staff and volunteer management is desirable.
We are looking for a motivated and suitably experienced and/or qualified individual to take up the role of Service Administrator
The Service Administrator Co-ordinator is an integral part of the locality team and will provide administrative and IT support to the team and assist them with the general day to day running of the service. You will be experienced and skilled in using common Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, Excel and Outlook as well as being confident in the use of the internet and social media and have good keyboard skills. You will provide both administrative support as well as undertake financial tasks such as petty cash reconciliation, processing donations, invoicing and payroll information. An ability to use initiative and work to deadlines is essential.
The Service Administrator Co-ordinator will often be the first point of contact for people contacting the service and therefore a positive approach to dementia supported by excellent communication skills and an empathic, positive attitude is essential.