Charity registered in Scotland SC001354
seescape is looking for a suitably motivated, active individual who has a drive for promoting and supporting clients with visual impairment to get back to community life.
You will work with individual clients, groups and volunteers to deliver a programme of activities, facilitating physical wellbeing and exercises to do at home and in group settings. You will have a passion for wellbeing and be able to demonstrate suitable experience and exceptional delivery skills, adaptable for people with visual impairment.
This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
seescape is the leading charity provider of support services for people with a visual impairment in Fife. We aim to empower people with a visual impairment to live safely, independently and achieve their personal goals. We offer a range of services as part of a one-stop-shop approach, including information and advice, rehabilitation, assistive technology training, befriending and social groups. We also operate our own Opticians, allowing us to take a person-centred approach towards eye care, and linking clients directly into our other services as required.
seescape is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and energetic fundraiser to build upon existing relationships with trusts and foundations and seek out new funding opportunities. The ideal candidate will have a strong track record of fundraising, ideally from a range of sources. They will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to think imaginatively; be self-motivated and target driven.
We are seeking a full-time Community Engagement Team leader to deliver a comprehensive programme of support to reduce social isolation and loneliness in our client group, including providing day-to-day leadership of seescape’s Community Engagement Team.
With a strong focus on service delivery and volunteer management, we’re looking for someone with a flair for motivating and supporting both staff, volunteers and clients, and the ability to manage a busy and wide-ranging workload.
Seescape is the leading charity provider of support services for people with a visual impairment in Fife. We’re looking for someone with experience in social care, health care or a similar specialism to undertake on-the-job training, while studying towards a recognised qualification in Low Vision Rehabilitation. Upon qualification, you’ll provide assessment and rehabilitation support to visually impaired people to empower them to maintain or regain independence. To get a flavour of a day in the life of a Rehabilitation Officer, check out our short video youtu.be/GT-stdkA4s0
Training: Course fees paid in full, and trainee receives salary while studying.