Transform Forth Valley
Transform Forth Valley

Charity registered in Scotland SC033772

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by substance misuse and/or societal, financial or health inequalities.

Current vacancies

Children and Families Worker (Time 4 Us)

  • Full time
  • £25,011 – £28,817
  • Alloa
  • Closing 2nd October 2022

The Time 4 Us Children and Families service has worked across Forth Valley for over 14 years delivering successful outcomes for children, young people, and families, who have been negatively impacted by adversity, causing emotional dysregulation, developmental trauma, and difficulties with relationships, etc all due to parental substance use.

The Time 4 Us service has developed multiple positive partnerships across professional boundaries, which has been essential in achieving the best outcomes for all involved. The success of the Time 4 Us service in delivering therapeutic interventions has resulted in ongoing funding from the three local authority councils and the National Lottery.

The Time 4 Us service receives referrals from social services, education, addiction services, health, and self-referrals, and has a proven track record of enhancing children and young people’s emotional wellbeing, mental health, school attendance, attainment levels and ability to develop positive relationships.

The post holder will work as part of a team carrying out all interactions under the Getting it Right for Every Child framework and in adherence to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, taking a Child’s Rights Based approach, ensuring that children and families get the appropriate co-ordinated supports needed to promote their well-being, health and development, whilst increasing parenting capacity and enhancing children, young people and parent/carers self-esteem, confidence, and resilience, so they can make positive healthy choices for the future.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

Benefits:

Leave – For full time employees Transform Forth Valley offer 30 days of Annual Leave plus 9 days of Statutory Holiday per annum.

Pension – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will auto enrol you into our pension scheme where we will contribute 5%, and employee’s a minimum of 3%, of your pensionable salary.

Death in Service Insurance – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will place you into the scheme upon commencement of employment and the lump sum benefit is 4 x Basic Annual Salary.

Flexible Day – Non-Statutory Scheme – Transform Forth Valley offers a voluntary scheme where you can opt in to work extra hours to accrue a Flexible Day off every 4 weeks.

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Project Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,575 – £27,163
  • Alloa (Service Forth Valley Wide)
  • Closing 20th April 2021

Assertive Outreach is a well-tested model supporting an agile and flexible method to prevention, intervention and engaging with those most vulnerable. The new model for our Assertive Outreach Plus Service within Transform Forth Valley is being developed as we move away from our current funding and respond effectively to known local need.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will:

  • Support individuals and families who experience challenge; either financial, societal or in relation to their health and wellbeing
  • Tackle inequality, where life chances are diminished because of deprivation.
  • Employ a whole person, systematic and partnership approach to achieving change.
  • Deliver support acknowledging that issues are interrelated and require to be addressed collectively for individual outcomes to be improved.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will respond to several co-existing challenges that individuals face to provide a seamless whole person response to care and support.

The Project Worker will function as an integral part of this team, working in a flexible and agile way within communities providing individualised support on a range of issues. A key aspect will be coordinating actions with a wide range of partners including Police Scotland, Social Work, and other Third Sector organisations. The Project Worker will develop care plans with the client to ensure their aspirations are met.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be downloaded below.

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Corporate Services Officer

  • Full time
  • £23,575 – £27,163
  • Alloa (Hybrid working from Office and Home)
  • Closing 19th May 2021

The Corporate Services Officer will assist the Corporate Services Manager in delivering a critical support and coordination role for the whole organisation.

You will be committed to high standards and quality and will be responsible for the effective administration of all key functions of the organisation, including Human Resources, Finance, Fundraising, Facilities & Health and Safety, Performance Management, Trustee Support, Media & Branding and Training.

Led and supported by the Corporate Services Manager, the Corporate Services Officer will work collaboratively with the employees of Transform Forth Valley and the Board of Directors, to achieve the aims and objectives of Transform Forth Valley.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found below.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Service Managers, and a Corporate Services Manager.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

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This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker

  • Full time
  • £24,282 – £27,977
  • Alloa (Service Forth Valley Wide)
  • Closing 3rd October 2021

Assertive Outreach is a well-tested model supporting an agile and flexible method to prevention, intervention and engaging with those most vulnerable. The new model for our Assertive Outreach Plus Service within Transform Forth Valley is being developed as we move away from our current funding and respond effectively to known local need.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will:

  • Support individuals and families who experience challenge; either financial, societal or in relation to their health and wellbeing
  • Tackle inequality, where life chances are diminished because of deprivation.
  • Employ a whole person, systematic and partnership approach to achieving change.
  • Deliver support acknowledging that issues are interrelated and require to be addressed collectively for individual outcomes to be improved.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will respond to several co-existing challenges that individuals face to provide a seamless whole person response to care and support.

The Project Worker will function as an integral part of this team, working in a flexible and agile way within communities providing individualised support on a range of issues. A key aspect will be coordinating actions with a wide range of partners including Police Scotland, Social Work, and other Third Sector organisations. The Project Worker will develop care plans with the client to ensure their aspirations are met.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

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This vacancy has now closed

Early Intervention Project Worker (Time 4 Us)

  • Full time
  • £24,282 – £27,977
  • Alloa (Service Forth Valley Wide)
  • Closing 10th October 2021

Time 4 Us work across Forth Valley providing support to children, young people and families who have been impacted by substance use. The service aims to increase parenting capacity and enhance adult, children and young people’s self-esteem, confidence and resilience whilst supporting families holistically to make positive choices.

The Early Intervention Project Worker will work in partnership with Police Scotland and seek consents for engagement from identified individuals highlighted through the Vulnerable Persons Database (VDPs) concern reports. The purpose of this approach is to provide early intervention within a whole family approach, where therapeutic supports, and engagement with appropriate interventions, will allow individuals to address and resolve issues that have contributed to their negative experiences. This will enable individuals to get the appropriate help required in a timeous manner and allow clients to heal from their past and or present adversities and trauma, increasing their resilience for the future.

The Early Intervention Project Worker will listen and act on the views of families with the aim of them staying together, where it is in the child/ren and or young person’s best interest to do so.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk

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This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker (Self-Neglect & Hoarding)

  • Part time
  • £24,282 – £27,977 pro-rata
  • Falkirk (Service Forth Valley Wide)
  • Closing 12th December 2021

Transform Forth Valley is offering this post in partnership with Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership and Falkirk Adult Support & Protection Committee. This is a test of change pilot lasting 2 years. The aim of this pilot is to support people living in the Falkirk area who are experiencing issues with self-neglect & hoarding.

Self-neglect is an extreme lack of self-care, it is sometimes associated with hoarding. People who experience self-neglect often decline help from others; in many cases they do not feel that they need it or can be overwhelmed by their circumstances and are often socially isolated. This often leads to crisis interventions following a significant deterioration.

This pilot aims to provide early, effective, and supportive interventions to those adults who are experiencing self-neglect and hoarding. We aim to provide early intervention to identify need to offer support and improve outcomes, by reducing health inequalities and enabling adults to realise their potential and be connected to resilient and compassionate communities.

This post holder will work directly with the service user to enable their access to an integrated pathway across universal services including the ‘Third Sector’ and wider Health & Social Care services. The service aims to tackle the issues associated with social exclusion by supporting the people affected to enable their engagement with community-based supports.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

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This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker – Job Share (Social Inclusion Project – Falkirk)

  • Part time
  • £24,282 – £27,977 pro-rata
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 23rd January 2022

Role and Service Profile

Transform Forth Valley is offering this post in partnership with Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership.

The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) supports people who use alcohol and drugs and have backgrounds of offending or other particularly challenging behaviour, to access existing services, referred by partner organisations. The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) model complements the work of existing agencies/services by supporting people to interact with services when their complex needs (such as substance use, homelessness, mental health illness, learning disability, welfare benefits issues, social isolation and / or family dysfunction) present barriers for their access to care. The collaborative approach between the Social Inclusion Project (SIP) and existing services is proven to deliver an effective means by which people can access services which they might otherwise struggle to interact with.

The post holder will work directly with the service user to enable their access to an integrated pathway across universal services including the ‘Third Sector’ and wider Health & Social Care services. The service aims to tackle the issues associated with social exclusion by supporting the people affected to enable their engagement with community-based supports.

The post holder will report to the Senior Project Worker and will work collaboratively alongside their colleague whom they job share this role with.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

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This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker x 2 (Social Inclusion Project)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,282 – £27,977
  • Service Forth Valley Wide. Full Time – Clackmannanshire & Stirling. Part Time (Job Share) - Falkirk
  • Closing 6th February 2022

Role and Service Profile

Transform Forth Valley is offering this post in partnership with The Corra Foundation and Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership.

The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) supports people who use alcohol and drugs and have backgrounds of offending or other particularly challenging behaviour, to access existing services, referred by partner organisations. The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) model complements the work of existing agencies/services by supporting people to interact with services when their complex needs (such as substance use, homelessness, mental health illness, learning disability, welfare benefits issues, social isolation and / or family dysfunction) present barriers for their access to care. The collaborative approach between the Social Inclusion Project (SIP) and existing services is proven to deliver an effective means by which people can access services which they might otherwise struggle to interact with.

The post holder will work directly with the service user to enable their access to an integrated pathway across universal services including the ‘Third Sector’ and wider Health & Social Care services.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Project Worker

  • Full time
  • £24,282 – £27,977
  • Alloa (Service Forth Valley Wide)
  • Closing 16th March 2022

Role

Assertive Outreach is a well-tested model supporting an agile and flexible method to prevention, intervention and engaging with those most vulnerable. The new model for our Assertive Outreach Plus Service within Transform Forth Valley is being developed as we move away from our current funding and respond effectively to known local need.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will:

  • Support individuals and families who experience challenge; either financial, societal or in relation to their health and wellbeing
  • Tackle inequality, where life chances are diminished because of deprivation.
  • Employ a whole person, systematic and partnership approach to achieving change.
  • Deliver support acknowledging that issues are interrelated and require to be addressed collectively for individual outcomes to be improved.

The Assertive Outreach Plus Service will respond to several co-existing challenges that individuals face to provide a seamless whole person response to care and support.

The Project Worker will function as an integral part of this team, working in a flexible and agile way within communities providing individualised support on a range of issues. A key aspect will be coordinating actions with a wide range of partners including Police Scotland, Social Work, and other Third Sector organisations. The Project Worker will develop care plans with the client to ensure their aspirations are met.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

Benefits:

Leave – For full time employees Transform Forth Valley offer 28 days of Annual Leave plus 9 days of Statutory Holiday per annum.

Pension – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will auto enrol you into our pension scheme where we will contribute 5%, and employee’s a minimum of 3%, of your pensionable salary.

Death in Service Insurance – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will place you into the scheme upon commencement of employment and the lump sum benefit is 4 x Basic Annual Salary.

Flexible Day – Non-Statutory Scheme – Transform Forth Valley offers a voluntary scheme where you can opt in to work extra hours to accrue a Flexible Day off every 4 weeks.

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Senior Project Worker – TIIO Project/SIP Falkirk

  • Full time
  • £26,605 – £27,977
  • Falkirk*
  • Closing 17th April 2022

Service and Role Profile

The Tackling Inequalities and Improving Outcomes (TIIO) Project, based within the Social Inclusion Project Falkirk, works with individuals aged 16+ years who reside within the Falkirk Council area and who are either on a current statutory order with Falkirk Criminal Justice Service such as a Community Payback Order or a Structured Deferred Sentence, subject to post – release supervision licences such as Parole / non-parole licence or referred via the CJS Diversion from Prosecution Scheme. Engagement with the TIIO Project is voluntary.

The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) supports people who use alcohol and drugs and have backgrounds of offending or other particularly challenging behaviour, to access existing services, referred by partner organisations. The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) model complements the work of existing agencies/services by supporting people to interact with services when their complex needs (such as substance use, homelessness, mental health illness, learning disability, welfare benefits issues, social isolation and / or family dysfunction) present barriers for their access to care. The collaborative approach between the Social Inclusion Project (SIP) and existing services is proven to deliver an effective means by which people can access services which they might otherwise struggle to interact with.

The post holder will have a supervisory role for the TIIO Project and SIP Falkirk Project Workers and will work directly with the service user to enable their access to an integrated pathway across universal services including the ‘Third Sector’ and wider Health & Social Care services.

Further details of the role can be found within the Job Description and Person Specification document, which can be found at the end of the Job Advert.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

Benefits

Leave – For full time employees Transform Forth Valley offer 28 days of Annual Leave plus 9 days of Statutory Holiday per annum.

Pension – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will auto enrol you into our pension scheme where we will contribute 5%, and employee’s a minimum of 3%, of your pensionable salary.

Death in Service Insurance – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will place you into the scheme upon commencement of employment and the lump sum benefit is 4 x Basic Annual Salary.

Flexible Day – Non-Statutory Scheme – Transform Forth Valley offers a voluntary scheme where you can opt in to work extra hours to accrue a Flexible Day off every 4 weeks

*The post-holder will be required to work from several operational sites across the Falkirk Council local authority areas

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Project Worker - Social Inclusion Project (SIP)

  • Full time
  • £24,282 – £27,977
  • Clackmannanshire & Stirling
  • Closing 14th August 2022

Transform Forth Valley is offering this post in partnership with the Robertson Trust.

The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) supports people who use alcohol and drugs and have backgrounds of offending or other particularly challenging behaviour, to access existing services, referred by partner organisations. The Social Inclusion Project (SIP) model complements the work of existing agencies/services by supporting people to interact with services when their complex needs (such as substance use, homelessness, mental health illness, learning disability, welfare benefits issues, social isolation and / or family dysfunction) present barriers for their access to care. The collaborative approach between the Social Inclusion Project (SIP) and existing services is proven to deliver an effective means by which people can access services which they might otherwise struggle to interact with.

The post holder will work directly with the service user to enable their access to an integrated pathway across universal services including the ‘Third Sector’ and wider Health & Social Care services.

The post-holder will work in partnership with colleagues from local Councils, Social Work, Housing and Conflict Resolution Services, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, NHS Forth Valley and Substance Misuse Services.

The post-holder will be primarily required to work from their specified location and will work flexibly within an agreed number of hours to maintain the most appropriate level of provision.

Organisational Profile

Transform Forth Valley is a Scottish based registered charity limited by guarantee (SC033772).

Transform Forth Valley is governed by a Board of Directors and is strategically led, managed, and operated on a day-to-day basis by a Corporate Leadership Team consisting of a Chief Executive, Operational and Corporate Service Managers.

Transform Forth Valley offer a wide range of services to support individuals and families who are impacted by inequality, whether this be societal, financial or in relation to their health.

Transform Forth Valley is dedicated to empowering individuals and families to live a more fulfilled life. We work with partners to actively challenge inequalities and to achieve sustainable change.

You can find out more about Transform Forth Valley here: transformfv.org.uk.

Benefits:

Leave – For full time employees Transform Forth Valley offer 28 days of Annual Leave plus 9 days of Statutory Holiday per annum.

Pension – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will auto enrol you into our pension scheme where we will contribute 5%, and employee’s a minimum of 3%, of your pensionable salary.

Death in Service Insurance – If eligible Transform Forth Valley will place you into the scheme upon commencement of employment and the lump sum benefit is 4 x Basic Annual Salary.

Flexible Day – Non-Statutory Scheme – Transform Forth Valley offers a voluntary scheme where you can opt in to work extra hours to accrue a Flexible Day off every 4 weeks.

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