Empty Kitchens Full Hearts
Empty Kitchens Full Hearts

Charity registered in Scotland SC051638

We turn surplus food into healthy meals for those who need them. Since April 2020, we've provided over a million meals free of charge.

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Fundraising Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,000 – £32,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 22nd February 2022

Empty Kitchens, Full Hearts (EKFH) turns surplus food into nourishing meals and delivers them to those without safe access to food. Since April 2020, we have cooked, packed and provided over 1.3 million meals throughout Edinburgh to people that are in need of food support. Our donors, volunteers and staff work really hard to make sure people in our communities don’t go to bed hungry.

We are seeking to hire a Fundraising Manager, a role critical to meeting our key challenges and realising our ambition of supporting people into food security. Supported by committed co-workers and volunteers, you will bring hands on experience of a broad range of fundraising methods to grow our income.

This vacancy has now closed

Service User Engagement Manager

  • Part time
  • £24,336 pro-rata
  • Granton, Edinburgh
  • Closing 24th June 2022

About Us

Empty Kitchens Full Hearts is a charity that turns surplus food into nourishing meals for people that need them, free of charge and without judgement. We provide food support and provide informed signposting to support services in order to help people manage or overcome the effects of negative life experiences (including trauma, mental health challenges, poverty and inequality) so that they can build on their strengths and aspirations.

At Empty Kitchens Full Hearts, our values and people are at the very heart of everything we do including how we recruit our staff. It is important for us to find people who share our values.

The Role

Are you passionate about helping people to food security?

Taking a person-centred approach, you will work with individuals to enable them to identify personal outcomes and priorities for their health and well-being and link them to local, city and national activities and support services.

The postholder must have experience of working with people who are facing complex social and emotional circumstances, a strong understanding of the challenges affecting people living in areas of disadvantage in relation to living well, extensive effective interpersonal skills in working with people on a 1:1 basis as well as experience in networking and relationship building with other professionals and organisations.

PVG: This post requires membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme. Application will be processed for the successful candidate.

A full Job Description is available for download below.