The Youth Worker will work strategically as part of Stirling Baptist's 0-25's ministry team to coordinate and engage young people who are of secondary school age in coming to a personal faith in Jesus Christ.
Please see attached a copy of the Youth Worker Job Description.
STEP have been supporting businesses for over three decades. When we started in 1983 we wanted to build more than just an office block, business park or commercial property. We wanted to build a community of businesses where companies could start, grow and lean on each other in a supportive environment.
Today we support 3,000 businesses on average per year and manage over 200 spaces across 5 sites.
All our profits are invested back into business support activities and delivering services that have a positive impact on the local economy.
What you’ll do at STEP
As a Non-Executive Director you will join our Board to support existing members and the Leadership team in shaping and delivering the overall vision and objectives of STEP. You will need to think beyond the numbers and use your knowledge and experience to to help shape the strategic direction of the business bringing passion, positivity and creativity to the Boardroom.
Who we are looking for
We are looking for someone who will always put the company’s interests first, will care about supporting and growing the local economy and who will bring passion, acumen and experience to the Boardroom whilst positively supporting the executive team.
We are a close-knit, driven team that care deeply about delivering the best business support in the Forth Valley area. Therefore, it is important that the person who joins our board is keen to get to know our people and can invest their time and experience in playing an active role on our board.
Remuneration: Expenses Only
Term of Office:2 years
Come and join our new team in our exciting new Residential Children’s House in Auchterhouse?
This is an exciting opportunity to work in our new residential house for children in Auchterhouse near Dundee. You should be organised, used to working in a busy office environment and possess the skills to deliver a full administration service including reception duties, co-ordinating meetings, mail and maintaining manual and electronic storage and retrieval systems. You will also coordinate building and equipment needs as required in consultation with your manager.
An important part of the role is to provide financial administration for the service, supported by the Senior Finance Officer. You must be able to work with high levels of accuracy in recording and inputting data and in providing regular management information, in an agreed format and also responding to ad hoc requests as required.
You must have excellent IT skills, and experience of using the range of Microsoft Office tools on a daily basis: Word, Excel, Outlook etc. You will also need to become familiar with Microsoft Teams which is currently being used extensively during the Covid-19 pandemic.
You will be proficient in using Microsoft Word such as to enable you to support the production of a range of reports. As you will often be the first point of contact within the service for a range of social care, education and other professionals you will need to have strong verbal communication skills.
Community regeneration, employability and training organisation, Stirling Community Enterprise Limited, and our parent Charity Raploch Urban Regeneration Company Limited are looking to welcome two new members to our Board of Trustees / Company Directors as we prepare to support the residents of Stirling to recover from the impacts of COVID.
We are looking to identify two enthusiastic individuals who have a passion for creating sustainable change in terms of economic, social and physical wellbeing for our Stirling wide community.
Positions available are on a voluntary basis.
What we are looking for
We are looking for passionate individuals who can give commitment and time to enable our Charity to meet the increasing demand for support as our country emerges from the pandemic. We are keen that our Board represents a diverse range of backgrounds, interests, and life experiences.
If you are passionate about ensuring everyone has the chance to progress in life and achieve their potential, then please get in touch. Whilst we welcome applications from all who feel they can make a positive contribution to our charitable activities, out Board is particularly keen to hear from those with experience in the following areas:
What is involved?
As a Charitable Trustee and member of the Board of Company Directors, you would be instrumental in guiding the strategic future of the Charity and its trading subsidiary.
Directors will be expected to attend around 10 meetings per year, including 4 – 5 full board meetings and interim subgroup meetings. We expect Board members to participate in the majority of meetings either in person or via video conferencing.
Directors may at times be asked to play a role in the operation of the charity and trading company by attending events and speaking to the media, depending on the trustee’s particular skills and interests.
At Stirling Community Enterprise, we see the potential in everyone and are committed to supporting those experiencing barriers to employment to progress in life through training, support and fair work opportunities. We are excited to announce the recruitment of a Youth Officer to complement and enhance our existing Employability training and support team.
This post is a direct response to the impact of the COVID pandemic on the employment prospects of the Young People (16-24) within our communities and is funded by the Scottish Governments Young Person’s Guarantee (YPG) Scheme.
In partnership with Stirling Council and the key Employability Partners in the Stirling Council area, SCE’s Transition Employability (Youth) Officer, will provide employability support to Young People, who face multiple barriers to employment, at key transition points to assist them to achieve their ambitions.
The Young Person's Guarantee (YPG), backed by an additional £60 million investment, aims to give all young people in Scotland the chance to succeed despite the economic impacts of coronavirus. The initial report, Delivering the Youth Guarantee from Sandy Begbie sets out the ambition to “guarantee to every young person aged between 16 and 24 in Scotland the opportunity, based on their own personal circumstances and ambitions, of going to university or college, an apprenticeship programme, training, fair employment including work experience, or participating in a formal volunteering programme.”
If you are passionate about working with young people and experienced in working in partnership to deliver employability support then this may be the role for you.
Change grow live Forth Valley are excited to invite applications for 2 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) posts.
One post will be based in the community and one will be working within the 3 prisons in Forth Valley.
The CBT posts will work in partnership with, and follow, NHS Forth Valley Psychology guidelines and pathways.
We are looking for applicants who are qualified CBT therapist or counselling psychologist, e.g. minimum level 4 qualification or equivalent (BACP, UKCP, BPS, FDAP) and have experience and knowledge of working with individuals with drug and alcohol issues, offending and social care issues.
The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team, and will provide assessment and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy within a coordinated package of care for drug and alcohol users. The CBT therapists will work with people with different cultural backgrounds and ages and should be committed to equal opportunities.
The CBT therapist will be required to work across a number of operational sites across the area as required and work flexibly to maintain the most appropriate level of service provision. This will include evening and weekend working.