The Rock Trust aims to prevent youth homelessness and to support young people to build better futures. We are the host of A Way Home: Scotland, a national coalition of agencies working to end youth homelessness, funded by the Scottish Government. We are looking for someone to lead this coalition.
The successful candidate will lead and facilitate the national coalition to end youth homelessness in Scotland. We need a dynamic and creative individual to work with national and local cross sector groups to enable them to create and deliver local systems and services which will prevent youth homelessness. We seek an individual who enjoys a challenge, is able to build relationships and has strong interpersonal skills. This post involves travelling across Scotland, organising and facilitating meetings and presenting progress updates to conferences and networks.
The ideal candidate will have prior experience in a policy and influencing role, preferably with knowledge or experience of the homelessness sector within Scotland. If you’re a self-starter, able to network and work autonomously, please get in touch.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Kate Polson on 0131 557 4059.
This post is a central position within the organisation. Responsible for a small administration team, the post holder will coordinate support on Administration, HR, ICT, H&S and Facilities. The post holder will also provide executive support to the Senior Management Team and support the Head of Business Services with governance.
Managing a Business Services Administrator and a Receptionist, the coordinator will ensure day to day activities are managed effectively and that internal and external customers are provided with high levels of support.
We are seeking a candidate who is proactive in their approach, has a background in a key area (Admin, HR, Facilities) and is able to be flexible in approach to new situations.
We want an enthusiastic and confident individual with excellent communication and organisational skills to join our team at Albany Street in Edinburgh. It is important that the individual is able to work well on their own and as part of a small team and has a drive for problem solving.
We are looking to employ an enthusiastic and motivated Fundraising and Events Assistant to work as part of the Fundraising and Communications team. The Fundraising and Events Assistant will focus primarily on working with the team to achieve income targets through events, community, individuals and partnerships, researching new community funding opportunities, assisting with promotional and awareness raising activities and providing administrative support to the Fundraising and Administration Teams.
We are particularly interested in applicants who can meet the following key aspects of the role:
If you think you meet the above, then we’d love to hear from you.