Redress Scotland
Redress Scotland
Redress Scotland is the independent body which makes decisions about applications to Scotland's Redress Scheme. Its values are respect, dignity and compassion, and its approach is based on honesty and clarity.

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Chair of Redress Scotland

  • Management Board
  • Sessional
  • Central Belt (tbc)
  • Closing 16th April 2021

Do you want to lead the establishment of a new, independent and trauma-informed public body which treats survivors with respect, dignity and compassion?

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failings by establishing a new financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

The Scottish Parliament passed the Redress for Survivors (Historical Child Abuse in Care) (Scotland) Bill on 11 March 2021. The Bill creates ‘Redress Scotland’, a new Non-Departmental Public Body which will make decisions on applications from survivors seeking financial redress.

As Chair of Redress Scotland, in addition to providing strategic leadership and embedding a culture of trauma-informed practice you will:

  • Build public confidence in Redress Scotland, promoting the purpose and values of the organisation and ensuring survivors’ needs remain at its heart
  • Support the Chief Executive and their staff to deliver the organisation’s objectives, demonstrating the values embedded in legislation
  • Have a track history of strong leadership, personal integrity and the impartiality required to build and maintain the trust of survivors and a range of stakeholders.
  • Provide vision and focus to ensure the organisation delivers statutory obligations and is viewed as a trustworthy and transparent independent public body
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Top job! Chief Executive of Redress Scotland

  • Full time
  • £77,340 – £83,233
  • Scotland, Central Belt
  • Closing 31st May 2021

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government is supporting the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Chief Executive who will be the board’s principal adviser on the discharge of its statutory functions.

You will provide strong leadership from the outset, working to establish a strategic framework for Redress Scotland and putting in place the right resources, processes and policies to ensure success. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of designing and implementing organisational strategies, governance arrangements, resource plans and corporate reports.

You will operate with high levels of personal integrity and be able to build new trusted relationships across organisational boundaries, helping to create a trauma-informed organisation that inspires the trust of the survivor community.

Main duties include:

  • Working closely with the Chair, you will establish the strategic framework for Redress Scotland, translating this into operational processes and creating the right conditions for success as an independent public body.
  • Make evidence-based recommendations to the Board on the action and resources required to achieve its vision – including recruitment, training and wider business infrastructure.
  • Recruit and develop a small secretariat team, confidently communicating the needs of survivors in a clear and compelling manner and instilling a culture of trauma-informed practice.
  • Provide concise advice to the Board on the effective discharge of its responsibilities – as set out in legislation and statutory guidance – demonstrating a clear commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Put in place robust governance, risk and reporting arrangements, following best practice to ensure legal and regulatory compliance. This includes annual corporate, financial and operational reports as set out in legislation.
  • Build new and trusting relationships with survivors, survivor organisations, care providers and other key stakeholders, working collaboratively across boundaries to promote the purpose and values of Redress Scotland.
  • Work to ensure Redress Scotland is a professional and accessible organisation. Role modelling a commitment to integrity, accountability, objectivity and equality. This includes setting high standards of performance and establishing appropriate monitoring arrangements.
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Panel Members - Redress Scotland

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Remote working / Central Belt
  • Closing 2nd August 2021

Redress Scotland

Are you looking for a rewarding role in which you can make a real difference to people’s lives?

Scottish Ministers are now looking to appoint at least 12 Panel Members for Redress Scotland who will be responsible for making evidence-based decisions in relation to financial redress, awarded to survivors of historical child abuse in care. Decision making meetings are expected to take place virtually and in person. At this stage, we expect a good proportion of meetings to be virtual, to ensure inclusivity.

This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to a national collective endeavour, aiming to acknowledge and provide tangible recognition of harm to survivors.

Background

For decades, some children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to these failings of the past by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, the national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice, as well as access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government is supporting the creation of a new independent ‘non-departmental public body’ (NDPB) called Redress Scotland.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. The NDPB will not, itself, offer application support to survivors, receive applications directly or arrange financial payments. Instead, to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the scheme and support arrangements will be carried out by the Scottish Government which will then transmit completed applications to Redress Scotland for determination.

The Role of Panel Member

Panel Members will make day-to-day decisions in relation to applications for redress payments. Their responsibilities will include determining eligibility and the level of financial redress awarded to survivors, as well as conducting reviews, where appropriate. Members will be expected to uphold the highest standard of impartiality and objectivity in making determinations.

Panel Members will need to develop a good understanding of, and be closely guided by, statutory guidance and decision-making frameworks in order to ensure assessments of survivors’ experiences are made in a fair, transparent and consistent way. They will be expected to examine applications in a holistic way, taking into consideration individual circumstances and forming a balanced judgement. Panel Members will work constructively with one another and be able to clearly articulate, verbally and in writing, the reasoning behind their decisions.

Redress Scotland will carry out sensitive, challenging and often emotionally-charged work that will involve detailed consideration of supporting information and survivors’ own accounts of the abuse they suffered while in care. Panel Members should therefore have an understanding and personal commitment to embodying trauma informed principles. They should also be committed to acknowledging and being informed by the human rights approach.

The successful candidates will bring empathy and professional expertise from a range of areas, for example, in the fields of emotional and psychological trauma, law, social work, human rights and health. Individuals with an understanding of the Scottish care system and child development, or specialist knowledge of complex trauma, are particularly encouraged to apply.

Key responsibilities include:

• Have a good understanding of the assessment framework and use it to guide your decision making, in order to ensure consistency and fairness across determinations.

• Work collaboratively with the rest of the Panel to access applications in a balanced and objective way, in order to reach evidence-based decisions in relation to redress.

• Call on relevant experience and professional knowledge in examining the available evidence and providing constructive challenge, in order to help the Panel reach a reasoned conclusion.

• Ensure applicants are treated with respect, dignity and compassion, showing consideration for their needs. Always take care to minimise potential risk of causing further harm or distress to survivors.

• Support the Chair in ensuring proceedings are transparent and effectively managed. Contribute to drafting the written determinations, clearly summarising the reasons for decisions taken.

• Uphold the principles of public life as set out by the Ethical Standards Commissioner at all times.

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Top job! Head of Finance & Resources

  • Full time
  • £49,420 – £61,617
  • Scotland, Central Belt (likely to be Falkirk)
  • Closing 25th October 2021

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Head of Finance & Resources who will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT).

The Head of Finance & Resources is responsible for leading the financial management of the organisation and the functions of finance, ICT, buildings and contracts. The role will include leading and managing any employees within these functions. The Head of Finance and Resources will work with the Chief Executive to ensure high standards of financial management and reporting, including fulfilling the requirements of Redress Scotland as a public body.

The post holder will set and review budgets and regularly monitor and report on financial performance, including variations and risks. They will contribute to the total quality management framework, and ensure that identified improvements are implemented effectively. The post holder will prepare and set up contracts for services and, where agreed, manage relationships with service providers and contractors.

You will operate with high levels of personal integrity and be able to build new trusted relationships across organisational boundaries, helping to create a trauma-informed organisation that inspires the trust of the survivor community.

Main duties include:

  • Provide professional accounting and financial advice, including developing appropriate financial policies and procedures and ensuring there are robust controls and checks in place for the management of the financial functions of Redress Scotland.
  • Supporting value for money decision making and best value, ensuring business cases, expenditure and decision making is aligned with the requirements for public bodies and promoting best practice within the team.
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships, continuously improving financial awareness across the organisation and embedding our values of compassion, dignity and respect in everything we do.
  • Work closely with business areas to identify, analyse, quantify and mitigate financial risks and challenges, supporting the wider team, chief executive and board members to understand any impact on the finances of the organisation and mitigate identified risks.
  • Lead and manage the delivery of high quality resources for Redress Scotland, ensuring excellent digital resources are in place and the buildings are managed well.
  • Oversee the setting up and monitoring of contracts for products and services for the organisation.

Qualifications:

You must be a suitably experienced and qualified accountant (CCAB professional accountancy body or equivalent). You must have strong technical accountancy and financial management skills with the ability to develop expertise in accounting systems used by Scottish public bodies. You should have experience of leading or managing finance functions in an organisation.

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Top job! Head of People

  • Full time
  • £49,420 – £61,617
  • Scotland, Central Belt (likely to be Falkirk)
  • Closing 25th October 2021

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Head of People who will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT).

The Head of People is responsible for leading the people related functions of Redress Scotland. These include: internal communications; all aspects of human resources; learning, training and development; health and safety; and the wellbeing framework for employees and members.

The post holder will work with the Chief Executive on total quality management, applying the principles of a learning organisation and working to achieve continuous improvement across the organisation.

Redress Scotland is developing a holistic wellbeing framework, and the post holder will have responsibility for the design, development and delivery of this in practice.

The Head of People will actively contribute to the development of an organisational culture that is trauma informed, sensitive to the needs of survivors and how these can be met, and embeds flexible, agile and solution focussed approaches.

Main duties include:

  • Represent our people functions with confidence, well- honed skills and approachability, developing constructive relationships with employees, board and panel members, Scottish Government colleagues and other relevant stakeholders.
  • Responsible and accountable for the full range of human resources activities throughout the employee lifecycle including talent acquisition, onboarding, appraisal, performance management, employee relations and learning and development activities.
  • Develop and implement strategies and contribute to organisational quality management and continuous improvement, that includes member and employee wellbeing, internal communications and health and safety.
  • Create human resources policies, procedures and guidelines, embedding the organisational values of dignity, respect and compassion with an accompanying employee handbook.
  • Contribute to the leadership and the work of the senior management team, championing a culture where everybody is treated with respect, compassion and dignity.
  • Sourcing and management of external trainers and any relevant outsourced contracts, ensuring positive partnerships and high quality delivery.

Qualifications:

Suitably experienced and holding a recognised qualification in human resources or other relevant discipline. Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development or related professional body. Experience in leading and managing human resources in an organisation.

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Top job! Head of Operations

  • Full time
  • £64,698 – £74,675
  • Scotland, Central Belt (likely to be Falkirk)
  • Closing 25th October 2021

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Head of Operations who will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT).

The Head of Operations is responsible for leading the daily operation and oversight of the organisation. This will include coordinating the internal work across teams and supporting the effective decision-making of panel members in relation to applications for redress. Leadership and management of a team of administrators and specialists is a critical part of the role. The post holder will contribute to the development of quality assurance and improvement and implement a total quality management framework with the Chief Executive. The role includes responsibility for a number of the functions of Redress Scotland, specifically administration, records management and confidentiality and data protection. The Head of Operations will develop positive external relations, representing the public body to a high standard and building the trust and confidence of survivors.

The post holder will have or develop an in-depth knowledge of trauma and will be able to apply this to the operations of the organisation.

Main duties include:

  • Work as a part of a senior management team, taking a flexible approach to the work and seeking and implementing solutions to challenges and problems, including deputising for the chief executive in their absence.
  • Develop and implement organisational plans, services, policies, procedures and processes, identify and take action to mitigate risk, ensuring that our values of compassion, dignity and respect are embedded in everything we do.
  • Driving Redress Scotland to increase the effectiveness of our services; identify and implement continuous improvement; contribute to the design and delivery of a quality improvement framework; analyse and interpret data; support the delivery of a wellbeing framework for employees and members; and contribute to the overall development of the organisation.
  • Ensure that Redress Scotland embeds trauma informed approaches and practices, including supporting the engagement, participation and influencing work of survivors and people with lived experience.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of positive media narratives about the work of Redress Scotland, working with external advisors and the chief executive on communications with survivors and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure that data is held and handled securely, that we have high standards of professionalism in relation to confidentiality, comply with GDPR and respond to FOI requests, working closely with the senior management team.

Qualifications:

You must be suitably experienced in operational management, with a minimum of ten years’ experience in an operations role and five years’ experience in a management or leadership capacity.

You should have a qualification and experience relevant to the work of Redress Scotland.

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Administration Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £31,266 – £35,813
  • Scotland, Central Belt (likely to be Falkirk)
  • Closing 1st November 2021

We are recruiting an Administration Manager with a team of Administrators for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The role

Reporting to the operations manager you will lead and manage a team of administrators, providing day-to-day support, oversight of their work and regular feedback and appraisal. The Administration manager will organise, structure and allocate tasks to the team to ensure efficient and effective use of resources. Develop and deliver excellent administration for panels and panel members. Ensure that scheduling of the panels is managed effectively and efficiently, including applying agreed prioritisation to applications. Participate and contribute to the quality management and improvement framework for Redress Scotland. Reporting to the Head of Operations, work to support the overall operational delivery of Redress Scotland, including supporting excellent communication internally and externally, including responding to enquiries and requests for information. Work with the team, bringing to life our values of dignity, respect and compassion in order to ensure that applicants for redress have an experience of the process that reflects our values.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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Administrator

  • Full time or Part time
  • £26,995 – £29,776
  • Scotland, Central Belt (likely to be Falkirk)
  • Closing 1st November 2021

We are recruiting a team of Administrators reporting into an Administration Manager with for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The role

Reporting to the Administration manager, complete allocated tasks and work on projects to a high standard. Support the work of panel members at Redress Scotland, preparing agendas and papers, taking minutes of panel meetings and supporting the panel chair with recording determinations and decisions. Contribute to the scheduling of panels, making sure they are managed effectively and efficiently. Work flexibly as part of a team to ensure Redress Scotland develops and maintains high standards. Work with the team, living our values of dignity, respect and compassion to ensure that applicants for redress have an experience of the process that reflects our values.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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Administration Manager

  • Full time
  • £31,542 – £36,129
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 15th April 2022

We are recruiting an Administration Manager with a team of Administrators for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The role

Reporting to the operations manager you will lead and manage a team of administrators, providing day-to-day support, oversight of their work and regular feedback and appraisal. The Administration manager will organise, structure and allocate tasks to the team to ensure efficient and effective use of resources. Develop and deliver excellent administration for panels and panel members. Ensure that scheduling of the panels is managed effectively and efficiently, including applying agreed prioritisation to applications. Participate and contribute to the quality management and improvement framework for Redress Scotland. Reporting to the Head of Operations, work to support the overall operational delivery of Redress Scotland, including supporting excellent communication internally and externally, including responding to enquiries and requests for information. Work with the team, bringing to life our values of dignity, respect and compassion in order to ensure that applicants for redress have an experience of the process that reflects our values.

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Governance Secretary

  • Full time
  • £31,542 – £36,129
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th April 2022

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failings by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland now has an Oversight Board, an Audit, Risk and Assurance Committee, and other committees on an ad hoc basis. These have been designed to ensure that the governance of the public body is robust and contributes to the trust and confidence that is critical to delivering the mission, values and strategic aims of Redress Scotland. There will be an annual general meeting of all panel members and board members. The governance structures will follow the procedural rules for Redress Scotland, which are approved by Scottish Ministers.

The role carries a high level of autonomy and covers a broad remit including scheduling all board, committee and general meetings; issuing invitations to governance meetings, monitoring and providing reports on attendance; ensuring that all policy, guidance and the rules of procedure are followed, reporting any issues or breaches; ensuring that a register of interests is in place, kept up to date and regularly reviewed for all members; quality assuring the presentation of all committee, board and general meeting reports; preparing agendas for all committee, board and general meetings; working closely with the Chief Executive to ensure that governance meetings are managed to a high standard; and completing an accurate minute of all meetings and agreeing this with the relevant chair.

Redress Scotland is a newly created public body, and as such is still at an early stage of development. The Governance Secretary will have a key role in establishing the systems, processes and procedures required to ensure Redress Scotland has an efficient and effective governance function, that complies with the procedural rules.

The team has a busy and varied calendar of work and the post holder will have to work on their own initiative and use their judgement, knowledge and skills to develop and deliver the support required.

The Governance Secretary will operate with a high level of personal integrity and be able to build collaborative relationships across the organisation with board members, the Chairs of the Oversight Board and committees, panel members, senior managers and the wider team. The work of the post holder will contribute to the creation of a trauma-informed organisation that inspires the trust of the survivor community.

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People Administrator

  • Full time
  • £24,395 – £25,934
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th April 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting a People Administrator for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

Role description

As the first point of contact for all our people enquiries this role will be pivotal in supporting our People function with a range of generalist duties to ensure great employee engagement and on-boarding experience with our employees, panel and board member in line with our values of dignity, respect and compassion.

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Finance and Resources Manager

  • Full time
  • £39,659 – £47,485
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 22nd April 2022

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failings by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Finance and Resources Manager who, as a direct report, will work with the Head of Finance and Resources to ensure a high standard of financial management and reporting, including fulfilling the requirements of Redress Scotland as a public body.

The role carries a high level of autonomy and covers a broad remit including budgeting, forecasting, financial performance reporting, stakeholder engagement (including internal and external audit), and the production of annual accounts within the context of a Non Departmental Public Body.

The Finance and Resources Manager will manage the Finance Assistant, and therefore you will have overall accountability for their deliverables - all receipt and payment related matters, including processing invoices, panel members’ fee claims, staff and panel members’ expenses, payroll administration and Grant in Aid drawdown requests up to the point of approval.

Redress Scotland is a newly created entity, and as such is still at an early stage of inception. The Finance and Resources Manager will therefore play a key role in establishing the long term systems, processes and procedures required to ensure Redress Scotland has an efficient and effective finance function. The team has a busy and varied calendar of work and the post represents an excellent opportunity to develop and expand their finance and accounting expertise along with leadership skills.

You will operate with high levels of personal integrity and be able to build new trusted relationships across organisational boundaries, helping to create a trauma-informed organisation that inspires the trust of the survivor community.

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Finance Assistant

  • Full time
  • £21,045 – £23,233
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 22nd April 2022

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failings by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Finance Assistant who, as a direct report, will work with the Finance Team Manager to ensure a high standard of financial management and reporting, including fulfilling the requirements of Redress Scotland as a public body.

You will operate with a high level of personal integrity and be able to build new trusted relationships across organisational boundaries, helping to create a trauma-informed organisation that inspires the trust of the survivor community.

The role requires a level of autonomy. The Finance Assistant will lead on all receipt and payment related matters, including processing invoices, panel members’ fee claims, staff and panel members’ expenses, payroll administration and Grant in Aid drawdown requests up to the point of approval.

The role holder is also responsible for seeking resolution to issues prior to escalation, or notification if issues are able to be resolved. The Finance Assistant is the first point of contact in all receipt and payment related queries and where there are unforeseen issues, liaises with senior colleagues, both internally and externally, to resolve issues. This includes the Sponsor Division and Treasury & Banking within Scottish Government.

The Finance Assistant will also manage the two finance mailboxes and ensure requests are actioned by the appropriate individual(s) in a timely matter.

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Top job! Head of Operations

  • Full time
  • £65,275 – £75,341
  • Scotland
  • Closing 29th April 2022

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Head of Operations who will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT).

The Head of Operations is responsible for leading the daily operation and oversight of the organisation. This will include coordinating the internal work across teams and supporting the effective decision-making of panel members in relation to applications for redress. Leadership and management of a team of administrators and specialists is a critical part of the role. The post holder will contribute to the development of quality assurance and improvement and implement a total quality management framework with the Chief Executive. The role includes responsibility for a number of the functions of Redress Scotland, specifically administration, records management and confidentiality and data protection. The Head of Operations will develop positive external relations, representing the public body to a high standard and building the trust and confidence of survivors.

The post holder will have or develop an in-depth knowledge of trauma and will be able to apply this to the operations of the organisation.

Main duties include:

  • Work as a part of a senior management team, taking a flexible approach to the work and seeking and implementing solutions to challenges and problems, including deputising for the chief executive in their absence.
  • Develop and implement organisational plans, services, policies, procedures and processes, identify and take action to mitigate risk, ensuring that our values of compassion, dignity and respect are embedded in everything we do.
  • Driving Redress Scotland to increase the effectiveness of our services; identify and implement continuous improvement; contribute to the design and delivery of a quality improvement framework; analyse and interpret data; support the delivery of a wellbeing framework for employees and members; and contribute to the overall development of the organisation.
  • Ensure that Redress Scotland embeds trauma informed approaches and practices, including supporting the engagement, participation and influencing work of survivors and people with lived experience.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of positive media narratives about the work of Redress Scotland, working with external advisors and the chief executive on communications with survivors and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure that data is held and handled securely, that we have high standards of professionalism in relation to confidentiality, comply with GDPR and respond to FOI requests, working closely with the senior management team.

Qualifications:

You must be suitably experienced in operational management, with a minimum of ten years’ experience in an operations role and five years’ experience in a management or leadership capacity.

You should have a qualification and experience relevant to the work of Redress Scotland.

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People and Wellbeing Partner

  • Full time
  • £31,542 – £36,129
  • A blend of office and home-based working.
  • Closing 19th July 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting a People and Wellbeing Partner for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

The People and Wellbeing Partner will support the people function in all aspects of human resource management, health and safety and supporting a proactive and responsive wellbeing framework to support all of our people – employees, panel members and board members in line with our values of dignity, respect and compassion.

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Executive Secretary

  • Full time
  • £31,542 – £36,129
  • A blend of office and home-based working.
  • Closing 19th July 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting an Executive Secretary for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

The Executive Secretary will be responsible for providing a holistic administrative support and coordination service to the leadership team at Redress Scotland.

The role carries a high level of autonomy and covers a broad and diverse remit to the very highest standard. Redress Scotland is a fast paced environment and requires someone who is confident and assured whilst being able to pre-empt and problem solve and make informed decisions to make things happen. The Executive Secretary will work closely with the Governance Secretary and work to support the governance function, including administration of meetings.

Redress Scotland is a newly created public body, and as such is still at an early stage of development. The Executive Secretary will have a key role in establishing the systems, processes and procedures required to ensure Redress Scotland has an efficient and effective executive and senior management functions, that comply with organisational expectations and procedural rules for which are approved by Scottish Ministers.

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Top job! Engagement Lead

  • Full time
  • £39,659 – £47,485
  • Flexible remote working
  • Closing 31st August 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting an Engagement Lead for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

Role description

The Engagement Lead will be leading and supporting our work with survivors. This will include working with the Survivor Forum, any other engagement activities, increasing knowledge and understanding of the work of Redress Scotland and supporting work on oral representation given by applicants for redress. This role will support the work of the organisation in ensuring that all survivors are enabled and empowered in any engagement with Redress Scotland and that we live our values of dignity, respect and compassion. The Engagement Lead will work closely with panel members and the senior management team, supporting and enhancing the voice of survivors and ensuring they are influential.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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People Administrator

  • Full time
  • £24,395 – £25,934
  • Flexible remote working instead
  • Closing 29th August 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting a People Administrator for a new public body, Redress Scotland. We are looking for skilled, experienced people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you training, flexible working and support and you will be part of a new and inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

Role description

As the first point of contact for all our people enquiries this role will be pivotal in supporting our People function with a range of generalist duties to ensure great employee engagement and on-boarding experience with our employees, panel and board member in line with our values of dignity, respect and compassion.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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Operations Manager

  • Full time
  • £39,659 – £47,485
  • Hybriod
  • Closing 22nd September 2022

This post benefits from a range of excellent terms and conditions, holidays entitlement, pension and a hybrid working arrangement that offers flexible working and a blend of office and home-based working.

We are recruiting an Operations Manager for a new public body – Redress Scotland. We are looking for a skilled committed people who are committed to living our values of Dignity, Respect and Compassion. We will offer you full induction and training, flexible working and support you to be part of a new an inclusive team.

Background

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. A national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

Role Description

The Operations Manager is responsible for coordinating the daily operation and oversight of the panel activities, enquiries, complaints, freedom of information requests and Subject Access Requests (SAR’s). This will include coordinating the internal work across the operations team and supporting the effective decision-making of panel members in relation to applications for redress. This role supports our largest team so substantial experience of line management, organising people, processes and tasks, and quality assurance and improvement are critical. The operations manager must build the trust and confidence of external stakeholders. The post holder will ensure all work is carried out with a trauma informed approach and the operations team is well supported within the wellbeing framework for Redress Scotland.

Main duties

  • Support the Head of Operations to ensure that Redress Scotland deliver an effective and efficient service to applicants for redress in line with the legislation and guidance.
  • Develop and implement organisational plans, services, policies, procedures and processes, ensuring that our values of compassion, dignity and respect are embedded in everything we do.
  • Identify risks and take action to address and mitigate such risks, working collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team.
  • Implement a total quality management approach and framework to continuous improvement, identify and implement innovative solutions to challenges and design a robust operation service that is evidence based through analysis and interpret data.
  • Ensure that Redress Scotland embeds trauma informed approaches and practices into how we work and engage with each other and in how we support the engagement, participation and influencing work of survivors and people with lived experience.
  • Lead and develop the operations team and ensure that we maximise our resource to deliver quality services in a way that develops our people in line with our policies, procedures and values. This also includes deputising for the Head of Operations in their absence.
  • Ensure members of the operations team have structured support including one to one meetings, appraisal and regular debriefs.
  • Foster a culture of wellbeing, self care and safety for all who work for Redress Scotland and ensure that we create opportunities for learning and development to grow and support our talent.
  • Design and develop quality assurance and key standards of operational activity that is outcomes focused and enables Redress Scotland to evidence our work in line with our values.
  • Ensure confidentiality of data is paramount in our operations activity and held and handled securely, that we have high standards of professionalism in relation to compliance with GDPR and respond to FOI requests, working closely with the senior management team.
  • Work collaboratively with all internal and external key stakeholders to build positive, supportive and productive working relationships that demonstrate that we have the applicant at the heart of activity.

Qualifications:

  • a minimum of seven years’ experience in an operations role
  • five years’ experience in a management or leadership capacity
  • a relevant qualification in leadership or work relevant to Redress Scotland

Essential Criteria:

  • Proven experience of strong leadership creating a working environment which is values based with respect, dignity and compassion woven through the culture and behaviour of the organisation.
  • The ability to lead confidently and persuasively, working collaboratively to design and introduce new or improved services, plans, systems or policies and delivering results through the wider team activities.
  • Experience of leading and managing a significant complex and sensitive operational service, with a high public profile, which is ever changing dynamic and diverse with lots of challenges.
  • The ability to drive performance in a way that support and develops a culture of engagement and well-being through diverse multi- functional teams
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to influence and engage at all levels across internal and external stakeholders establishing and building trust and confidence
  • Able to use evidence to diagnose and analyse complex information to problem solve and create innovative solutions
  • Experience of developing high standards to monitor operational activity and audit and review to continuously improve the quality of service

Desirable criteria:

  • Has a good understanding of how trauma, redress and support spans organisational boundaries and professional groups - with knowledge and an active interest in trauma-informed delivery.
  • Expertise in one or more fields of emotional and psychological trauma, law, social work and health.
  • Experience in a start-up or developing an organisation and delivering in new and untested ways of working
  • Experience of working with lived experience

Please note that the successful candidate will be required to complete Scottish Government security checks including Disclosure checks and provide satisfactory references.

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Top job! Policy & Improvement Lead

  • Full time
  • £39,659 – £47,485
  • Scotland
  • Closing 29th September 2022

For decades, children in residential care in Scotland were failed by those entrusted to look after them. Scotland is taking steps to face up to those failing by establishing a financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse in care.

While nothing can ever make up for the suffering survivors have endured, financial redress can provide acknowledgement and recognition of the harm done. The national redress scheme will offer a non-adversarial alternative route to justice and access to support and apology.

To deliver this, the Scottish Government has supported the creation of a new ‘non-departmental public body’ entitled Redress Scotland. This body will assess and make decisions on applications from survivors (and in some cases next of kin) seeking redress. Redress Scotland will be entirely independent of the Scottish Government.

Organisation

Redress Scotland is primarily a decision-making body. It will not process applications, provide support to applicants or arrange payments. In order to make best use of public resources, all administrative aspects of the national scheme will instead be carried out by Scottish Government without impinging on the independence of Redress Scotland’s decision-making.

The Role

Redress Scotland is seeking to appoint a Policy and Improvement Lead, who will have responsibility for supporting the development, implementation and monitoring of policies across Redress Scotland, as well as, the quality assurance and improvement framework for Redress Scotland with a key focus on continuous improvement. The post holder will provide regular information, analysis and reports to senior managers, the Oversight Board and the Audit, Risk and Assurance Committee.

The post holder will be expected to provide well-evidenced advice and guidance across all areas of Redress Scotland and the scheme. You will take the lead to review our current policies and procedures and deliver a plan which prioritises what needs to be updated and when, ensuring our policies are fit for purpose and in-line with legislation and best practice, and aid us to deliver on our priorities as an organisation. You will also be expected to ensure the Redress Scotland senior management team and Oversight Board members are well supported by providing them with high quality briefings and decision papers. The post holder will also support engagement with Scottish Government and other key stakeholders is joined up, collaborative and cohesive. The post holder will be required to establish and maintain strong, positive and effective working relationships with key stakeholders internally and externally.

The quality assurance and improvement framework will include all aspects of operations and support consistent, fair and transparent decision making by Redress Scotland’s independent panel members. The post holder will support the senior management team to develop and report on key performance indicators for the organisation. Work on quality assurance and improvement using data to effectively drive forward improvement will contribute to the development of a working culture in which people continuously learn and develop their work, ensuring Redress Scotland is a learning organisation.

Working collaboratively across the organisation, the post holder will engage with people to develop and deliver performance measurement and plans for improvement. This requires an organised and systematic approach, ensuring that quality assurance and improvement work is reliable, robust and supports a culture of continuous improvement where everyone in Redress Scotland contributes and influences progress and change. Due to the complexity of the work of Redress Scotland, the post holder is expected to be able to respond to and manage sensitive matters with diligence and care.

Main duties include:

  • Research, develop, write, and evaluate policies and procedures to ensure they align to the strategic aims of Redress Scotland, and meet legislative requirements.
  • Carry out equality impact assessments on all new and amended policies and procedures.
  • Adhering to the relevant governance arrangements and providing reporting and information to the Audit and Risk Committee and the Oversight Board.
  • Support in the development and implementation of the quality assurance and improvement framework for Redress Scotland in line with our mission, values and operating plan.
  • Support the delivery of continuous improvement across Redress Scotland, ensuring that insight and intelligence is gathered from across the whole of the organisation which will support the delivery of quality standards and objectives.
  • Provide information, analysis and reports on quality assurance and improvement work for the senior management team, Audit, Risk and Assurance Committee and Oversight Board which supports organisational growth and enables flexibility in approach.
  • Actively seek out and share good practice within and beyond Redress Scotland which supports and leads to improvement across the organisation.
  • Develop a reporting framework to report at various levels in the organisation anticipating sensitive issues, any risks, and providing advice and inputs to develop the work of Redress Scotland.
  • To provide regular insight reporting on key issues and emerging trends including how these may impact on strategy, policy and operations.
  • Along with the Redress Scotland team, work with colleagues in the Scottish Government to improve the quality of shared work on processes and meeting agreed standards, including developing quality checks and agreeing improvements with the remit and legislation and developing guidance as appropriate.
  • Provide development and learning opportunities on quality assurance and improvement to the Redress Scotland team, working with others to deliver these sessions to meet learning needs.
  • Complete checks and thematic reviews , providing high quality feedback that supports people and processes to improve.
  • Develop and implement a plan for quality assurance and improvement work, monitoring and reporting on progress ensuring it is manageable and relevant for all involved.
  • Able to provide good leadership and engage people to ensure that all work is aligned to supporting our Corporate Plan in line with our values of compassion, dignity and respect.
  • Proven ability to work across an organisation leading and motivating teams to support and deliver change.

Essential Criteria:

  • experience of policy development which considers legal requirements and guidance in a complex environment and supports a culture of continual learning and improvement;
  • ability to write effective, easy to follow, clear and accurate policy and supporting documentation;
  • effective presentation skills with the ability to present information in a simple and compelling manner to aid understanding for a variety of audiences;
  • is able to support preparing reports and business cases and draft correspondence in line with areas of responsibility;
  • excellent IT skills with exceptional proficiency in the use of Word, Excel and other micro soft tools and will easily adapt skills to become proficient with bespoke systems and digitals technologies to support hybrid working;
  • demonstrable experience of managing and facilitating complex stakeholder relationships to achieve consensus and progress with a solution focused approach:
  • is able to draw on key information and carry out thematic reviews across Redress Scotland and present and report on finding to various audiences including board and committees;
  • ability to travel to other locations, flexible with working hours on occasion, when required to meet the demands of the role;
  • can design, implement and put in monitoring systems a quality framework which considers how well we are working and what we can do to continually improve;
  • excellent communication skills with a wide range of people including survivors and external stakeholders ensuring our values throughout ;
  • the ability to develop an understanding of trauma and how it impacts on people, with the resilience to cope with being exposed to, and hearing about, experiences of historical abuse.

Desirable criteria:

  • A general understanding of the work of Redress Scotland, residential child care and education and the experience of survivors of historical abuse in care.

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in delivering continuous improvement and innovation across an organisation or service in a collaborative way.
  • Previous experience of developing and establishing a new quality assurance and improvement framework in new organisations or business areas.
  • Knowledge and experience of working in organisations that are responsible for delivering services for people who have been affected by trauma.
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