Charity registered in Scotland SC036315
ACE IT Scotland is at an exciting stage of its growth and development and is now looking for an enthusiastic experienced manager to work with its Board of Trustees and lead its team of dedicated staff and volunteers.
ACE IT staff and volunteers support people over 50 to use computers and other digital devices through tailored 1:1 coaching sessions, courses for specific groups in the community, and regular visits to care homes to help residents use IT for leisure and connect to their families. Through our work we aim to offer new skills, reduce social isolation and help individuals into paid work.
This interesting role would suit someone who has managerial experience in the charity sector, fundraising, and leading and supporting staff and volunteers. The post holder reports to and works closely with the Trustees of ACE IT.
A job description and person specification is available to download below.
ACE IT Scotland exists to advance the knowledge and connectivity of over-50s in Edinburgh. Through IT coaching and empowerment, to improve wellbeing, independence and active involvement as citizens.
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and caring person to develop and run our outreach work throughout Edinburgh. One element of our work offers one to one person-centred learning sessions for older people who are struggling with any digital equipment. The sessions are based in our offices at Nicolson Square, Edinburgh.
Our ‘Moose in the Hoose’ project provides IT learning and support to residents currently in five care homes in Edinburgh. We also perform various types of outreach work in the community from scam workshops to our Work Wise Women employability courses.
We have recently created COVID-19 response services including our free ACE IT Coaching Helpline and our new ACE IT Tech Library service which lends tablet devices to partner organisations who work with over-50s.
We already have dedicated enthusiastic trained volunteers to work with older people and care home residents and within these outreach projects.