Clackmannanshire Economic Regeneration Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC050327

Clackmannanshire Economic Regeneration Trust (CERT) is a new Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, formed in July 2020 with the charitable purposes, within Clackmannanshire, of: the prevention or relief of poverty the advancement of citizenship or community development the relief of those in need for reasons of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £32,000 – £34,000
  • Alloa based, but flexibility in home and remote working
  • Closing 29th November 2021

CERT are a new charity which has been established to improve the economic inclusion, development and regeneration of Clackmannanshire. In the first instance the priority for CERT is to improve the economic wellbeing of young people.

We are now looking to appoint a Project Manager to help establish CERT as an organisation, lead its work in developing and delivering its first projects.

We have recently been successful, alongside 9 other third sector organisation, in securing a £500k Community Renewal Fund programme – Pre Employment in Clacks (PEC). We are responsible for the delivery of elements and its overall project management.

Our next major project is the establishment of an advocacy service to support young people into stable employment.

The main functions of the job are:

Project Management

• Ensuring the delivery of the Pre Employment in Clackmannanshire (PEC) programme

• Deliver the CERT led element of PEC including development of a database and mapping of employability supports; a web site; evaluation and monitoring; and literacy/numeracy elements

• Admin & Reporting on all of the above

• Providing the operational liaison with all partners of the PEC project including Clackmannanshire Council and CTSI

• Provide support to the Clackmannanshire Providers Network

Advocacy Work

• One to one support to young people who are not in employment, education and training or who are economically in active

• Coordinate support, for an individual client, from multiple agencies and programmes

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Database Researcher and Administrator

  • Part time
  • £18,000 pro-rata
  • Alloa based, but flexibility in home and remote working
  • Closing 29th November 2021

CERT are a new charity which has been established to improve the economic inclusion, development and regeneration of Clackmannanshire. In the first instance the priority for CERT is to improve the economic wellbeing of young people.

We have recently been successful, alongside 9 other third sector organisation, in securing a £500k Community Renewal Fund programme – Pre Employment in Clacks (PEC). We are responsible for the delivery of elements and its overall project management. A key of this project is the establishment of an online database of existing provision to support those who are inactive in the labour market.

We are now looking to appoint an administrator and database researcher to help lead CERTs work in developing and delivering the online database and the general administration of PEC.

The main functions of the job are:

Mapping and Database of Provision

To gather and input accurate information on the provision. The researcher will:

· Gather information on known support programmes

· Work with the project manager and other stakeholders in Clackmannanshire to identify other projects and supports for inclusion in the database

· Input the information and verify with those that are managing the projects

· Manage the content of the CERT web site including the interface to the database.

Pre Employment in Clacks.

This is a major new programme which will provide support to those who are unemployed or economically inactive to help them move towards employment. The post will

· Provide administrative support for the programme including maintaining participant records and coordinating registrations to different elements (eg training courses and placement programmes)

· Support the gathering of information to support the monitoring and evaluation of the programme

· General administration

General Administrative support for CERT

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