Scotland Versus Arthritis
Scotland Versus Arthritis

Charity registered in Scotland SC038693

Alongside volunteers, healthcare professionals, researchers and friends, we do everything we can to push back against arthritis. Together, we’ll continue to develop breakthrough treatments, campaign relentlessly for arthritis to be seen as a priority, and support each other whenever we need it.

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Development Officer, Involvement & Volunteering (Young People & Families)

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Scotland Office or Home based if located out with Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd March 2020

We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative individual to join our Young People and Families team to support development and delivery of our Joint Creativity arts programme. Since 2015 the project delivers arts workshops, events and an annual public exhibition utilising a participatory arts approach. The project works with 10-18 year old’s increasing confidence and resilience, reducing isolation, building aspirations and skills for the future.

You will be supporting development and delivery across Scotland, the documentation of artwork, sharing of work online to share learning to reach more young people. You will be helping to meet our ambition that every child and young person living with arthritis is supported by us.

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Development Officer, Involvement & Volunteering (Young People & Families)

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Scotland Office or Home based if located out with Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd March 2020

We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative individual to join our Young People and Families team to support development and delivery of our Joint Creativity arts programme. Since 2015 the project delivers arts workshops, events and an annual public exhibition utilising a participatory arts approach. The project works with 10-18 year old’s increasing confidence and resilience, reducing isolation, building aspirations and skills for the future.

You will be supporting development and delivery across Scotland, the documentation of artwork, sharing of work online to share learning to reach more young people. You will be helping to meet our ambition that every child and young person living with arthritis is supported by us.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Development Officer – Take Control – Young People & Families Service

  • Full time
  • £24,510
  • Glasgow, but home working also considered
  • Closing 16th September 2020

We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative individual to join our Young People and Families team to support development and delivery of our Take Control Project. Take Control is for 10-18-year olds living with arthritis and related conditions and is supported by Children in Need. It includes one-day personal development and self-management workshops, an arts project as well as weekend residentials.

As development officer you will be part of the Young People and Families Service and supporting development and delivery across Scotland of Take Control project activities. Together with colleagues, and peer support volunteers, you will be working toward ensuring young people and their families will have the opportunities to meet other young people with similar conditions, and break down the isolation of living with juvenile forms of arthritis

You will be working to lead and motivate a team of volunteers who deliver the workshops and events to their peers.

We aim to help create a culture of peer support among young people and their families by driving the involvement of people affected by musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions in shaping and delivering what we do.

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This vacancy has now closed

Services Administrator – Involvement Influencing & Support – Live Well

  • Full time
  • £19,909
  • Scotland Office, Glasgow (initially working from home due to restrictions)
  • Closing 25th October 2020

We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic individual to join our administration team to support our service operations. Working closely with the Live Well Service Team and within the administration team the successful candidate will be able to provide high quality, efficient and effective administrative support for the successful running of services across Scotland.

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