Visualise Scotland
Visualise Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC012418

To assist multi disabled sensory impaired adults to fulfil their maximum physical, intellectual, emotional and social potential.

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Top job! Chair of Trustees & Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 31st July 2019

Visualise Scotland is looking for expressions of interest from people who have a passion for making a difference in people’s lives through the role of Chair of Trustees or as a Trustee with our voluntary Board.

Visualise Scotland is a charity which provides support to adults with multiple disabilities in Edinburgh and the Lothians. Starting as an action group in 1987, the original aim of organisation was to provide appropriate support for young adults after they left the Royal Blind School.

In the intervening years, we have expanded our services to adults with visual impairment and other disabilities. We offer residential services across Edinburgh, and from our hub in Musselburgh we offer opportunities for people to access community events. We are a relatively small organisation with a team of about 75 people. Our services are funded almost exclusively by local government.

This vacancy has now closed

Team Leader

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £26,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 17th November 2019

Visualise Scotland is recruiting!

Are you looking for a new challenge, looking for a change, or to make that step up the ladder in social care? Visualise Scotland, an Edinburgh and East Lothian based organisation, are recruiting for a team leader to join our Housing Support, Care at Home and Day Services. We are looking for a committed, determined person who can think outside the box and who is caring and passionate in what they do.

In exchange for your motivation, commitment and care, we pay £24,000-£26000 per annum and provide excellent training and development opportunities.

We are seeking people with inclusive and caring values to manage teams to support amazing yet vulnerable people. You will be responsible for ensuring that support workers are effectively guided and supported to ensure that people who use our services are provided with the highest quality of care. You will manage a minimum of 2 services and line manage up to 25 support workers.

If you would like an informal discussion about these posts, please contact us on 0131 475 2337.