Charity registered in Scotland SC010387
Our ARBD service is entering a very exciting period in its development, developing from primarily a Supported Accommodation to become the ARBD assessment centre for the city. It will provide the expertise required for a full assessment and will concentrate on supporting people to understand and better manage their diagnosis and access the most appropriate resources to support a good outcome.
Are you the person we need, understanding of ARBD, great leadership skills, clear vision of change management, experience of partnership working and want to manage our amazing team, then please have a look. You will be at the forefront of this sector leading service at a time of development, working with the Glasgow ARBD team, our service commissioners as well as the Penumbra team and all those we will support in their personal recovery.
This exciting new post within Penumbra will realise the most of our people’s talents and developing them to their full potential is the core purpose of the Learning and Development Manager. You will be passionate about supporting and assisting our people learn and better themselves, ensuring our people are trained and skilled, enabling them to provide a first rate service to our supported people. Equally tied to this will be a strong focus on not just what the learner desires but what the organisation needs from a strategic perspective, enabling the values of Penumbra and driving a positive culture across the organisation. You will be capable of both assessing training needs, crafting learning content, implementing it and measuring the impact. Presentation skills, diplomacy and the ability to influence senior management are essential if you are to thrive as an L&D manager.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Finance Administrator to join Penumbra’s Corporate Services Team.
Part of Penumbra’s Corporate Services team, which includes the Finance and Human Resources teams, the jobholder will be responsible for providing support and cover for other members of the finance team, including sales ledger, purchase ledger and expenses.
The jobholder is expected to have a ‘customer first’ approach, whether for external or internal customers, and to apply an attitude of continuous improvement at all times.
This is an exciting post that offers the opportunity to work with one of the leading mental health organisations in Scotland. We support around 1800 adults and young people every week. With over 400 staff across Scotland, we work to promote mental health and wellbeing for all, prevent mental ill health for people who are ‘at risk’, and to support people with mental health problems.
To manage Penumbra’s services within a geographical area through assessing and meeting local needs, promoting and maintaining high quality services and by developing Penumbra’s profile.
To further develop Penumbra services in accordance with our values and strategic aims by developing effective networks with other Penumbra teams and with partner agencies.
To manage, support and supervise a diverse staff team to ensure the needs of individuals are met and the service provided is run effectively.
With the aim of equipping people with the skills needed to live independently and meaningfully within the local community, a strengths-based coaching approach to recovery is used to build confidence, maintain motivation and promote resilience. Promoting participation and inclusion is a core value of the service, through working alongside people to deliver innovative, creative and personalised interventions and opportunities.
Future Pathways supports in care abuse survivors and Penumbra is proud to be one its Alliance Partners. Penumbra is responsible for research, generating good evidence and telling the story of the types of support that can help people to recover from in care abuse and find a good life.
We are looking for a maternity cover researcher who can bring the values of person centredeness and trauma informed practice to continue this work. Working alongside in care abuse survivors and with a highly dedicated Future Pathways team, you will gather research and disseminate evidence to influence practice and policy.
The ideal candidate will bring a mixed methods approach but qualitative skills will be key with an ability to conduct sensitive and empathic interviews with survivors on in care abuse.
This is an opportunity to support Penumbra's services to be the very best they can be, and to develop innovative new ways to help people live full lives and improve mental wellbeing.
Working as part of a small team, you’ll be involved in a wide range of work from creating new resources, analysing data and working with teams to learn and develop their practice.
You’ll have a good understanding of the principles and practice of supporting mental health recovery and be confident about supporting others to do so. You'll be creative and also have an eye for detail. You’ll also be able to analyse a range of information to identify what is working well, what could be improved and what can be built in to new ways of doing things. Most importantly though, you’ll be passionate about people’s right to recovery and building a society where everyone can flourish.