Current vacancies

Media and Communication Officer

  • Part time
  • £20,000 – £24,000 pro-rata
  • CDT Office, Bruce Lounge, 1 Main Street, Clackmannan
  • Closing 3rd October 2022

Clackmannan Development Trust is a local charity working to make Clackmannan a better place to live, work, and visit. The Trust are currently looking to recruit a Media and Communication Officer.

The primary role in this post will be to develop and apply a range of traditional and digital communication tools in order to support and promote the Trust and its activities.

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Community Development Manager

  • Part time
  • £27,000 – £30,000 pro-rata
  • Clackmannan
  • Closing 19th November 2021

The role of the Community Development Manager will be to work closely with Clackmannan Development Trust to deliver our key priorities and to make Clackmannan a better place to live, work and visit.

Post Holder’s Duties:

  • To play a key role in the development of Clackmannan Development Trust (CDT)
  • To develop policies and procedures ensuring annual review
  • To work with the Board of Directors to ensure the organisation meets all legal and governance requirements.
  • Providing leadership, direction and motivation for all staff
  • Developing staff capacity and capability
  • Building and maintaining a high-performance culture, ensured through effective management
  • Developing and maintaining effective working relationships with the Board of Directors
  • Ensuring effective management of human resources, including regular support and supervision, appraisals, skills and capacity development, and training.
  • Maintaining good communication, consultation, and decision-making structures with and amongst staff to enable them to understand and contribute to the development and promotion of the aims of the organisation.
  • To review and develop opportunities for community ownership if appropriate
  • To support the delivery of CDT strategic plans set by the Board
  • To report to CDT monthly board meetings
  • To frequently interact with community residents and stakeholders
  • To identify funding opportunities and prepare funding applications
  • To work with wider local partners
  • To build new and strengthen existing social connections in the community
  • To help develop innovative approaches to encourage residents to become involved in their local area
  • To provide information and guidance to groups within the voluntary and community sector
  • To manage assigned work projects within allocated time scales
  • To monitor and report to grant funders
  • To be responsible for producing the bi-annual newsletter
  • To contribute to the promotion and marketing of CDT
  • To manage general telephone, email and office enquiries
  • To be responsible for other relevant duties
  • To manage the office and staff
  • To develop and deliver a programme of community events
  • To attend events and represent CDT
  • Together with the Board of Directors, developing a financial strategy which will support the design, delivery, and development of a range of high-quality services.
  • Ensuring that all necessary monitoring and evaluation of finance is undertaken.
  • In conjunction with the Board, ensuring the proper strategic and day-to-day financial management of the organisation, including budgeting, risk management, monitoring and effective controls and the preparation of regular reports.
  • Ensure effective processes and financial controls
  • Agree budgets across all services with the Treasurer of the Board of Directors
  • Provide financial projections against agreed budgets as required
  • Ensure that regular financial reports are produced for the Board of Directors
  • Ensure that all service and project budgets are well-managed and monitored, delegating responsibilities as outlined in staff individual project plans

Person Specification

Skills, Knowledge and Experience

Essential

  • Knowledge and understanding of the grant funding application process
  • An understanding of partnership working
  • Experience of organising and participating in events
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to work as part of a team as well as on your own
  • Ability to manage time effectively, work to deadlines and willingness to work outside normal hours when necessary
  • Conversant and competent with IT systems and social media
  • Experience of developing and delivering a range of projects and services
  • An ability to enthuse, motivate and inspire other to contribute more effectively to the regeneration of their communities

Desirable

  • 2 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Experience of the challenges faced by voluntary organisations within an increasingly complex funding environment
  • Experience of managing staff
  • Business enterprise skills
  • A knowledge and understanding of the issues facing communities
  • Experience of working with volunteers and committees
  • Managing a community website
  • Experience of financial management
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Dementia Community Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,000 – £24,000 pro-rata
  • CDT Office, Bruce Lounge, 1 Main Street, Clackmannan
  • Closing 2nd May 2022

Clackmannan Development Trust is a local charity working to make Clackmannan a better place to live, work, and visit. The Trust are currently looking to recruit a Dementia Community Worker.

The primary role in this post will be to develop and deliver the Trust’s Caring and Connected Clackmannan project. This will include raising awareness about dementia within the community and ensure the voices of people with dementia and their carers and families are listened to with the aim of making Clackmannan a dementia friendly community.

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