CACE Older People Active Lives
CACE Older People Active Lives

Charity registered in Scotland SC022277

CACE is a registered charity, founded in 1990 as a pilot study to help identify the need and demand for services to older people in the Cumbernauld area.  Since then we have grown from strength to strength and are now viewed as the leading provider of quality day care opportunities for older people, aged 60 and over, in Cumbernauld. We currently support 130  older people and their carers.


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Community Transport Project Manager

  • Part time
  • £35,000 pro-rata
  • Cumbernauld
  • Closing 31st August 2020

Cumbernauld Action for Care of the Elderly CACE was founded in 1990 and is the leader provider of quality day-care for older people in Cumbernauld and surrounding villages. We provide creative social based activities and learning opportunities primarily in group settings. We also run a Community Transport project with regular outings and transport to and from our centre. Because of the impact of COVID 19 a lot of our services have had to change to better fit our community needs. We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to work alongside our Director of Transformational Change to support a procurement exercise to bring in 2 new electric minibuses to the organisation and manage that process through all necessary stages as well as contributing in general to a wider project to expand our overall Community Transport project.

Main purpose of job:

The main purpose of this post is to work with the Director of Transformational Change and CEO to manage the Community Transport project. This project initially will involve the procurement and delivery of 2 Electric vehicles by specified deadlines. The funding for the cost of the vehicles has already been secured. The role will involve the initial procurement stage then the on-going management of the project adhering to deadlines as well as reporting on progress and management of risks.

This project will involve working with key stakeholders and partners to identify the need for charging points and arranging the successful procurement of charging points and a charging infrastructure if required.

On-going reporting on the reduction of carbon omissions will be required after successful completion of the procurement stage of the project.

As CACE continues to go through a period of organisational change the successful candidate will also be required to work with the Director of Transformational Change and CEO on developing the overall CACE Community Transport Project within the organization to optimise the opportunity the new vehicles and existing fleet offer.

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Fundraising Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £33,000
  • Home based currently, occasional travel to our operating area will be required
  • Closing 29th October 2020

Cumbernauld Action for Care of the Elderly CACE was founded in 1990 and is the leading provider of quality day-care for older people in Cumbernauld and surrounding villages. We provide creative social based activities and learning opportunities primarily in group settings. We also run a Community Transport project with regular outings and transport to and from our centre. Because of the impact of COVID 19 a lot of our services have had to change to better fit our community needs. We are looking for an experienced Fundraising Manager to work alongside our CEO and Director of Transformational Change to identify, develop and deliver an enhanced fundraising programme in order to secure funding support for our changing and growing services

Main purpose of job:

The main purpose of this post is to work with us to grow and manage CACE’s fundraising activities to generate income and increase the diversity of our income streams. The role will include analysis of our audience and potential donors and funders, development of a robust fundraising strategy and delivery of our programme of funding activity.

This project will involve working with a variety of key stakeholders new and existing funders and donors, growing engagement with and support for our services.

Main responsibilities:

  • Take a lead role in the successful creation of our fundraising strategy which includes analysis of our current activities, audience and donor research and recommendations for future fundraising activity
  • Implement the fundraising strategy and achieve key performance indicators.
  • Work with the Director of Transformational Change to identify and manage risks.
  • Prepare papers and reports that allow informed decisions to be taken that progress the activity
  • Contributing a fundraising perspective into our overall communication plan

To arrange an informal conversation about this role please contact Ann Innes on 07714 784 823

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