Sense Scotland
Sense Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC022097

Our vision is for the people we work with the live meaningful and independent lives in a world which supports them to achieve their own ambitions.

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Top job! Learning and Development Manager

  • Full time
  • £34,824 – £36,498
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th April 2021

Are you an experienced L&D professional looking for your next career opportunity?

Could you design, shape, and deliver a creative learning strategy across all levels of our Organisation?

Then this could be the perfect role for you!

We are currently looking to recruit a L&D professional with experience of managing and developing L&D strategies in a large third sector or regulatory organisation with experience in training delivery designed to meet regulatory working requirements for staff within a social care environment and core operational staff (front line and back-office support) aligned to SSSC and Care Inspectorate qualification requirements and other regulated bodies.

This is an exciting opportunity where you can shape our L&D strategy and vision for the future through undertaking needs analysis to design and implement appropriate cost effective, high quality learning and development solutions for Sense Scotland.

You will be partnering senior management to execute and embed effective learning and development strategies that meet overall business objectives to support all social care and core operational staff (front line and back-office support) within Sense Scotland.

We are looking for you to have sound judgement, an engaging management style and a clear focus on L&D delivery to support your team to achieve results, while offering an engaging learner experience.

We are looking for someone with significant experience of training delivery and course development along with a track record of managing successful SVQ training programmes and an understanding of managing successful learning projects through a variety of learning methods to meet the needs of all our employees within operational and non-operational roles.

This is a fantastic role which you can really make your own and provides a platform to showcase your L&D ideas, experience, and management capabilities while delivering a robust learning remit that meets the needs of Sense Scotland.

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Learning and Development Partner

  • Full time
  • £27,471 – £29,591
  • National Post – based at most local Sense Scotland office with travel to other locations. (Ideally Dundee or Glasgow)
  • Closing 5th May 2021

Are you experienced L&D professional looking for your next career opportunity?

Do you want to do meaningful L&D work that improves quality of support work offer?

Then this could be the perfect role for you!

We are looking for an experienced Learning & Development (L&D) professional with experience designing a range of learning solutions to drive employee learning within Sense Scotland.

At Sense Scotland we are passionate about developing our staff and supporting their ongoing learning. Our L&D team are constantly adapting our learning offering to support the organisation to achieve its strategic plan through the effective use of emerging technologies as shown through exciting delivery methods and remote learning offering during the pandemic.

We now have an exciting opportunity for an L&D Partner to drive the design and delivery of learning projects to build capabilities of our staff and supporting the SSSC and Care Inspectorate qualification requirements for our operational workforce.

In this role you will develop strong stakeholder relationships, identify learning, development, training needs and propose recommended learning solutions to meet the desired learning outcomes and evaluating the impact of learning, while developing a range of learning tools to develop local learning capabilities.

Working with stakeholders such as with Heads of Service, Registered managers and subject specialists to facilitate learning needs analyses, the planning and facilitation of learning and development opportunities to employees across Scotland and working with key stakeholders to gain commitment to the learning solutions designed and to ensure we are meeting the learner needs of our employees.

This is a really exciting role within Sense Scotland, and you will offer some direct delivery of core practice training such as communication focused training, manual handling, CALM and healthcare, making a key contribution to the continuing development of Sense Scotland as a national centre of excellence in our specialist practice areas detailed in our L+D Framework.

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Registered Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,032 – £32,284
  • North East Aberdeen / Aberdeenshire Services
  • Closing 5th May 2021

Are you confident, enthusiastic, and motivated Registered Manager who works well under pressure?

Do you want to work in a role where you can support a staff to deliver a high-quality care service and achieve positive outcomes for the individuals we support?

Then this could be the perfect role for you!

We are currently looking to recruit a Registered Manager to lead our support services in the Aberdeenshire area.

As the Registered Manager, you will be responsible for the operational day-to-day management of the service ensuring Sense Scotland is delivering high quality care across our service and continued compliance with relevant legislation.

You will be an experienced manager with the passion to ensure that the quality of service provided and lead on the managing of staff teams, budgets, and having positive relationships internally and externally across your geographical area.

You will work in partnership with colleagues in the senior management team to ensure the provision of a high-quality service enabling individual needs and organisational priorities to be met in accordance with available resources.

You will be enthusiastic about the quality of the service your team delivers, also looking to develop the service through existing contracts and will have overall responsibility for the quality of care, performance, growth and staff across your services.

You will be able to positively influence staff and ensure a positive working environment. We are looking to recruit someone with the right experience and values into this key position to support the work we deliver within North East Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Services.

If this sound like you, please get in touch!

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Development Officer

  • Part time
  • £25,204 – £27,474 pro-rata
  • Ayrshire (Ardrossan) or Glasgow (Kinning Park) Travel will be required to other Sense Scotland locations
  • Closing 24th May 2021

We are looking for a creative individual to develop and deliver our new transition programme for young people within Sense Scotland.

The post-holder will be responsible for devising the programme, increasing participation and forming external partnerships to support programme delivery. Working closely with young people, their families and colleagues, the Development Officer will help participants to define and achieve their goals and aspirations.

The Development Officer will support the delivery of ‘Our Voice’, our forum to enable the people we support to shape and influence the work of Sense Scotland and external stakeholders. The post holder will also scope the creation of a junior ‘Our Voice’ group to enable children and young people’s voice to be heard by decision makers.

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Early Years Advisor

  • Full time
  • £25,204 – £27,474
  • Glasgow, Ayrshire, Perth, Fife or Dundee (with travel throughout Scotland)
  • Closing 29th June 2021

Can you assist children with communication support needs and their families to achieve positive outcomes through the provision of interactive workshops, support and advice?

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a friendly, enthusiastic individual to join our Early Years team to deliver services and programmes across Scotland.

Working as part of a small team, the Early Years Advisor will deliver inclusive play, learning and storytelling sessions to children, families and professionals. In addition, the post holder will respond to enquiries and manage casework on topics including education and communication. The successful candidate will be creative, innovative and an excellent communicator with experience of virtual and face-to-face programmes.

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Early Years and Family Advisory Manager

  • Part time
  • £33,133 – £36,498 pro-rata
  • Glasgow, Ayrshire, Perth, Fife or Dundee
  • Closing 5th July 2021

Can you lead our Early Years and Family Advisory teams to deliver services and programmes with reach and impact?

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and dynamic manager to join our fantastic Charitable Services team.

The Early Years and Family Advisory Manager will be responsible for implementing robust monitoring and evaluation processes to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of our current offer. The post-holder should be innovative, developing new services and programmes to increase our reach and impact, and securing funding to grow our offer.

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