Charity registered in Scotland SC009481
CORRA FOUNDATION TRUSTEE RECRUITMENT
Would you like to help make a difference alongside people and communities?
Corra Foundation is looking for three Trustees to join its board. It’s an exciting time with our new strategy being launched in early 2020.
We’re particularly keen to hear from people from across Scotland who will bring different perspectives to Corra. You don’t have to have experience of being on a board and the Corra team will give you support if you need it as you find your feet as a Trustee.
We’d love to hear from people with a wide range of skills. Some of the areas where the board would like to increase its expertise include: community development, digital, legal and finance investment.
Our Trustees play an enormously valuable role in helping us work towards our vision and our mission, which is at the heart of everything we do. We aim to make a difference to people and communities, by encouraging positive change, opportunities, fairness and growth of aspirations which improve quality of life.
JOIN OUR TEAM AND MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE
Corra Foundation is looking for someone with the skills to deliver creative, engaging communications activity. This is an exciting time to join the team as we look forward to launching our new strategy. The Communications Co-ordinator will work with colleagues, organisations and communities to capture and share stories, learning and messages that contribute to positive change.
If you have communications experience and share Corra’s commitment to strengthening people’s voices, getting alongside communities and working hard to make a difference then we’d love to hear from you.
Are you passionate about supporting people to develop their voice, skills, confidence and ideas? Do you have a background in community development? Are you keen to work alongside the community in Methil Fife?
Corra Foundation is seeking a Community Co-ordinator to join the People in Place team and get alongside the community in Methil, Fife. The community is at the heart of the People in place programme, and community co-ordinators play an important role in bringing local people and partners together to support the change that matters to them.
If you have previous experience of working in and with a community or managing a local community group, or project on a paid or voluntary basis, this could be the role for you!
Can you demonstrate an ability to form positive working relationships with a range of individuals and groups? Have you provided support and managed volunteers?
We need someone with energy and enthusiasm, who has an ability to work flexibly within the community, is self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team.
The People in Place programme ‘getting alongside communities’ is currently working in 9 communities across Scotland. We are looking for one part time postholder in Methil 21 or 28 hours per week.
Corra Foundation is committed to being a great place to work. Flexible working requests will be considered. The role includes regular travel across Fife as well as some travel across Scotland. The post is subject to PVG Scheme registration.