Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland
Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC041857

Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland Profile: Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland is a charity that has been providing spiritual and pastoral care within workplaces in Scotland for the last ten years. With a team of 100 volunteers and six staff chaplains WPCS provide chaplaincy support over 75,000 people in 2,500 workplaces. Our aim is to promote the wellbeing of people at work – and through spiritual care to help people of all faiths and none to flourish and thrive. Our chaplains support people in a wide range of industry areas including: care homes, emergency services, airports, travel, retail, the royal mail and professional services. We are guests within the places we serve – independent and impartial we engage with everyone from the shop floor to the boardroom, listening and compassionately maintaining confidences. Recently we have started a ‘Veterans Chaplaincy Scotland’ initiative – to develop a ‘civilian’ chaplaincy service for those who have served in the armed services, providing continuation of chaplaincy support from the services into civilian life.

Current vacancies


  • Full time
  • £25,463 – £31,338
  • Working from Home, with some travel
  • Closing 31st December 2021

Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland is on the lookout for an experienced fundraiser to join our team, to help us provide a nationwide chaplaincy service in Scotland.

Workplace chaplains are present where people work providing an independent and impartial listening ear for people of all faiths and none. We are there to provide spiritual and pastoral support playing a significant role in the wellbeing of individuals and organisations.

We are passionate that every person should thrive and flourish in their life and work.

And we need the expertise of an enthusiastic, experienced fundraiser to help develop and grow to the next stage.

As the fundraiser with WPCS you would support the fund raising for WPCS initiatives through developing our relationships with grant making trusts, corporate sponsorship, through to individual donors - and would play an important strategic role within the team.