Action on Hearing Loss
Action on Hearing Loss

Charity registered in Scotland SC038926

We help people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. We enable them to take control of their lives and remove the barriers in their way.


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Senior Fundraising Executive

  • Full time
  • £26,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 20th January 2020

As part of the Fundraising Directorate you will be responsible for helping raise vital funds for Action on Hearing Loss Scotland. You will work across the Fundraising Directorate and assist with research, project management, delivering events and general administration.

This is a dynamic and varied role that will encompass various projects and tasks undertaken at the same time and will require excellent time management.

This role will be responsible for achieving and surpassing income targets from a range of sources including Community & Events, Trusts, Statutory and Corporates as well as supporting national events. You will develop and deliver your own fundraising plan to work towards and will support, lead, motivate and recruit volunteers to achieve your target. You will lead and develop fundraising events as well as look after the budgetary requirements of this.

This role will require a PVG check.

Communication is a basic human need. Yet most of us know someone who struggles to communicate through hearing loss. It can cause substantial harm to friendships, family relationships, confidence, employability, mental health and life chances.

Action on Hearing Loss (formerly the RNID) is the UK’s largest charity for the 11 million people in the UK who confront deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss every day. Established in 1911, we help people to take control of their lives and live the life they choose, removing the barriers standing in their way. We give people support and care, develop technology and treatments, and campaign for equality.

We champion the value of difference and equality and celebrate our diverse and inclusive workforce. We actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from BAME backgrounds or who are deaf or hard of hearing. With almost 20% of our employees having a disability we proudly hold Disability Confident Leader status and guarantee an interview for disabled applicants meeting the minimum essential criteria.

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Workplace Trainer

  • Full time
  • £25,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 27th January 2020

Action on Hearing Loss Scotland has an exciting new opportunity for a Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language trainer to deliver quality training across Scotland, the post will be based in our Glasgow Office.

The trainer will support partners through our ‘Working for Change’ campaign improving their confidence to recruit, support and retain deaf and hard of hearing individuals within the workplace. They will conduct Work Place Assessments, basic hearing checks, Deaf Awareness Sessions; which will include an introduction to workplace BSL and the development of a peer support model. We will support partners to achieve their Disability Confident Award, which will demonstrate their commitment to supporting staff with disabilities.

Communication is a basic human need. Yet most of us know someone who struggles to communicate through hearing loss. It can cause substantial harm to friendships, family relationships, confidence, employability, mental health and life chances.

Action on Hearing Loss (formerly the RNID) is the UK’s largest charity for the 11 million people in the UK who confront deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss every day. Established in 1911, we help people to take control of their lives and live the life they choose, removing the barriers standing in their way. We give people support and care, develop technology and treatments, and campaign for equality.

We champion the value of difference and equality and celebrate our diverse and inclusive workforce. We actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from BAME backgrounds or who are deaf or hard of hearing. With almost 20% of our employees having a disability we proudly hold Disability Confident Leader status and guarantee an interview for disabled applicants meeting the minimum essential criteria.

This post is also subject to a PVG check.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Fundraising Executive

  • Full time
  • £20,000 – £22,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th March 2020

This is a dynamic and varied role that will encompass various projects and tasks being undertaken at the same time and will require excellent time management. As part of the Fundraising Directorate you will be responsible for helping raise vital funds for Action on Hearing Loss Scotland. You will work across the Fundraising Directorate and assist with income generation, research, project management, delivering events and general administration.

This role will be responsible for achieving and surpassing income targets from a range of sources including Community & Events, Trusts, Statutory and Corporates, as well as supporting national events. You will develop and deliver your own fundraising plan to work towards and will support, lead, motivate and recruit volunteers to achieve your target. You will lead and develop fundraising events as well as look after the budgetary requirements of this.

If you would like any further information in relation to the post or to have an informal discussion about this opportunity, please visit our website for the specific contact details.

This post is also subject to a Disclosure Scotland clearance.

Communication is a basic human need. Yet most of us know someone who struggles to communicate through hearing loss. It can cause substantial harm to friendships, family relationships, confidence, employability, mental health and life chances.

Action on Hearing Loss (formerly the RNID) is the UK’s largest charity for the 11 million people in the UK who confront deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss every day. Established in 1911, we help people to take control of their lives and live the life they choose, removing the barriers standing in their way. We give people support and care, develop technology and treatments, and campaign for equality.

We champion the value of difference and equality and celebrate our diverse and inclusive workforce. We actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from BAME backgrounds or who are deaf or hard of hearing. With almost 20% of our employees having a disability we proudly hold Disability Confident Leader status and guarantee an interview for disabled applicants meeting the minimum essential criteria.

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