Charity registered in Scotland SC000067
Do you like working with young people? Are you able to support young people to make positive connections with others and develop new skills?
Epilepsy Scotland is looking to recruit a part-time Assistant Youth Worker to support our Youth Worker in the day to day running of our Edinburgh Youth Services. We need someone who is enthusiastic, engaging, and creative. This is an active post where you will be able to work with groups of young people, living with challenging epilepsy, supporting them to have fun and share new experiences. You will benefit from working within a well-established service, with an excellent reputation, as part of a small, dynamic team.
Responsible to: Training and Project Development Manager
Department: Training and Project Development
We have a rare opening within our Senior Management Team, for the post of Wellbeing Manager (35 hours per week).
This influential role oversees our Youth Work, Wellbeing and project development; all supporting people with epilepsy of all ages. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to supervise our ongoing services and develop new ones, to help meet the needs of the over 55,000 people with epilepsy living in Scotland.
The successful candidate will be responsible for line-managing at least six team members, who all provide front-line support. This is a rewarding, diverse role which includes elements of management, planning, and delivering agreed project(s) within timescales and budgets. In this senior role, there will be opportunity to contribute towards the overall management of the organisation, by representing a broad range of stakeholders.
Epilepsy Scotland has an exciting opportunity to join our Youth Services team. We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic person to joining us as a Youth Development Worker for our Glasgow Youth Group.
The post holder will help to establish the new group in Glasgow. They will also offer individual and group support to young people aged 11-20 with epilepsy ensuring targets are met in line with Epilepsy Scotland’s strategic plan and funding requirements.
The main duties and responsibilities include working with young people on an individual and group basis to facilitate peer contact, provide information on epilepsy issues and to support with the transition into adulthood.
This post is funded by Young Start, delivered by the National Lottery Community Fund
Until 2022 and Shared Care Scotland Better Breaks in 2019/20.