Charity registered in Scotland SC011002
Seamab is a children’s charity based in Perth and Kinross and provides care and education to children from across Scotland. We are working to achieve our vision for children and implement our unique philosophy of learning and caring.
Seamab is a children’s charity, providing care and education to some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children. Our vision is that every child will ‘be their best’ and our work is to provide relationships and experiences that help make this happen. We have developed our own philosophy of learning and caring that supports delivery of our services.
We are now seeking to recruit a Team Manager to join our established care management team. You will be responsible for the day-today running of the service and a team that includes an Assistant Team Manager and Care Workers. You will lead development and delivery of a child centred service for five children. This will include assessment, planning, supervision of staff and partnership work with local authorities. You will also be expected to work as part of the wider organisation, contributing to development and improvement.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative national charity. You will have skills and experience in leading teams and delivering high quality services for children. A relevant qualification is required and you must be highly skilled in working with others, an excellent communicator and have knowledge of the impact of trauma on children. At Seamab, we use Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) as our therapeutic framework. You will be expected to complete training in this approach and lead practice development in your team.
This post is subject to membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme in relation to regulated work with children.
Finance Manager for Seamab, a children’s charity
Seamab is a registered charity, providing education and care for some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children. Our work helps children heal, grow and learn.
The Finance Manager is a senior role in the charity and will have responsibility to lead, manage and deliver an effective financial service including managing a small team. The role carries responsibility for all aspects of robust financial operations and the day to day management of the charity’s finances. The Finance Manager will report directly to the Chief Executive and be a member of the senior management team. They will work closely with the lead managers for education, care, fundraising and human resources, informing and supporting their work.
The Finance Manager is expected to be a fully qualified accountant, with extensive previous experience. The successful candidate will have strong skills in accounting, financial reporting, communication and organisation. The Finance Manager will be commercially aware and able to work in detail as well as understanding broader strategy.
Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children in care?
To provide an environment where the children can develop their social skills and be encouraged to develop their full potential. To enable and encourage the children to try, and not to be afraid of failure. Your actual hours are based on a 37.5hr working week although you will work a variable shift pattern including early shifts, day shifts, back shifts and sleepovers. All candidates should have 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role and should be qualified to HNC/SVQ3 Level in Social Care.
Seamab operate a safe recruitment process and all appointments will be subject to reference and PVG checks.
All candidates will be required to hold/apply for SSSC Registration and must also have a current, clean driving licence. A driving licence is essential due to the location.