An opportunity has arisen for the above post, where you will work with external stakeholders and partners, and across College faculties and departments, build strong and positive relationships which will enable the effective development of projects, and compilation and management of funding bids. There are no line management responsibilities.
You must be qualified to Degree level or equivalent.
You will have experience of developing funding bids and generating income and an understanding of the public policy environment within which the College operates. You will also be able to identify creative and innovative solutions and programmes to meet the needs of funders and stakeholders.
You will have the following skills –
• Excellent writing skills and the ability to write to demanding timescales
• Effective communication skills both written and oral
• Able to deal with changing priorities and opportunities
• Good research skills
• Strong organisational skills and ability to meet reporting, monitoring and
• Good analytical and numeracy skills
• Well-developed presentation skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
All other essential requirements for the post can be found on the employee specification with all the vacancy details.
The Partners for Inclusion Group are looking to recruit Support Practitioners in the Renfrewshire area. Our vision is for all our teams to be self-managing, which means keeping the decision making as close to the person supported.
We provide personalised high quality support by matching team members’ likes, needs, hobbies and interests which is bespoke to the person supported.
Experience of working in this area is desirable, but sound values and a real interest in supporting people with learning disabilities / mental health / physical disabilities to have the life of their choosing is fundamental to what we do.
We encourage applications from people who have a real passion about enabling people to be all that they can be, regardless of their disability.
Some of the other qualities that we look for in people are:
The role involves shift work including evening, weekends, sleepovers (where required) and public holidays. We provide a detailed induction programme and ongoing training for all employees.
In line with the Scottish Social Services Council you will be required to have or work towards an appropriate qualification and must register within 6 months of commencing employment with us. You will also be required to register with the PVG scheme.