The Business Development Executive will play a key role in developing and growing Dynamic Community Fusion CIC and its sponsor company Triage.
Dynamic Community Fusion CIC currently provides services that support individuals with acquired brain injuries and has the ambition to develop new and innovative solutions to support individuals experiencing significant personal and social barriers/challenges e.g. homelessness, healthy living etc.
Triage provides employability and skills progression routes to individuals closer to and within the labour market and is committed to playing a key role in supporting the Scottish Government to achieve its ambitions relating to their ‘No One Left Behind’ strategy; in particular to identify local needs and offer evidence-based solutions to meet emerging labour market demands. Triage is part of the Dynamus Group, which is an associated company of Dynamic Community Fusion CIC.
The Business Development Executive will use a variety of techniques and resourcing to deliver development, growth and diversification primarily for Dynamic Community Fusion and to a lesser extent for Triage. A key element of this role is to help develop solutions which are deliverable and fundable.
The post holder will be responsible for working closely with local government partners and other service commissioners (e.g. National Lottery Community Fund) to develop and/or respond to opportunities that positively impact on the lives of more individuals and communities.
Reporting to the Head of Business Development the post holder will actively research and contribute to tenders/bids and support cross organisational teamwork to achieve overarching business objectives whilst developing or advancing new business based on emergent markets.
This is a hugely rewarding role for the right individual who is seeking an opportunity to make their mark in Business Development with a social purpose. You will need to be highly driven with strong analytic skills and a creative mindset in order to succeed in the role.
COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland) is Scotland’s professional body for counselling and psychotherapy. We are a recognised charity, and a company limited by guarantee.
We are seeking to appoint a new Treasurer.
The Treasurer is an office bearer on COSCA’s Board and has the general responsibilities of a Trustee.
The Treasurer has the particular responsibility for maintaining an overview of COSCA’s financial affairs, including:
You will be required to attend 4 meetings of the Board per annum and COSCA’s AGM in Stirling. You will also be required to prepare short quarterly financial reports and assist with the preparation of an annual budget.
A professional working background that lends itself to working strategically with financial information is required.