Street Fit Scotland
Street Fit Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC046638

Street Fit Scotland is a not-for-profit registered charity (SC046638) that delivers programmes of activities based on improving the health, fitness and well- being of individuals and groups. Our service is created alongside the people who engage with us by taking an inclusive and pro-active approach by continually asking evaluating and shaping the service activities around what activities people tell us they would like us to deliver. We support a variety of people who are vulnerably housed and are affected by or experiencing homelessness. We aim to reduce harmful behaviours and we are committed to supporting people who are affected by their use of dependence on alcohol/substances or any other issue they would like to work through. We aim to reduce social isolation and loneliness, by improving lives, lifestyles and mental health as well as addressing long-term physical health needs. Our programme offers a variety of workshops that focus on peer support, group work, diet nutrition, confidence building raising self-esteem offering people to access a structured weekly programme of activities.

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Trustee Treasurer

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 1st March 2021

Street Fit Scotland supports a diversity of people who are experiencing homelessness, vulnerably housed due to overcrowding, poor conditions, living in hostels, supported accommodation, fleeing domestic abuse living in refuges, BNB’s, released from prison, acute hospital settings and settling back into mainstream society. recovering from homelessness or living through trauma. We support people to stay physically active to reduce harmful behaviours that include drug and alcohol use/self-harming/self-harming behaviours, self-destructive behaviours to gain better health, housing outcomes by doing so we reduce health inequalities. We have created community connection and social inclusion.

The role of the Treasurer is responsible for providing advice and assistance to the Board the Chair and the Manager in all matters relating to the financial administration of the organisation. The person must have a sound knowledge of organisational and executive procedures together with a good working knowledge of financial legislation relating to the running of a registered charity.

A full role description is attached below.

This vacancy has now closed

Funding Officer

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Remote working
  • Closing 5th March 2021

Street Fit Scotland is a local charity that provides fitness and wellbeing programmes to people affected by homelessness. The role of Funding Officer is critical to the success of SFS, gaining much needed funding to grow the charity. Within this role you will report to the CEO but act with autonomy to seek new funding avenues, you will have strong organisational skills with the ability to read detailed funding criteria and match it to that of SFS. You will organise and prioritise applications based on timescales, money available and complexity of application.

The Funding Officer is a new post to SFS so there will be lots of scope to make the role your own, using your initiative to support the charity’s progress. There will be a possibility to extend the contract if the role proves viable. This post will be on a probationary basis for the first two months. Due to COVID-19 this position will be remote until further notice.

Primary Tasks:

1) Complete successful funding applications and proactively find relevant funding opportunities.

2) Manage and organise funding priorities, timelines, paperwork, progress charts and any other funding data.

3) Provide CEO with regular funding updates.

4) Represent and promote Street Fit Scotland in a positive and proactive manner.


• Complete funding applications on behalf of SFS and admin

• Proactively Research for funding opportunities

• Liaise with funders and stakeholders

• Keep accurate and up to date records of: funding applications, feedback from funders, funding plan and funding tracker, and a bank of funding answers

• Create monthly overview report of all in-progress funding applications

• Support with related administrative tasks where appropriate

• Input the financial projections for each funding application

• Complete end of Grant forms from funders

Essential Qualities

• Previous experience of fundraising activities, specifically completing successful funding applications.

• Understanding of funding applications, funders, and funding criteria

• Attention to detail

• Organisational skills, Resourceful

• Knowledge and understanding of the needs of SFS participants

• Good communication skills - written and verbal