Forth Valley Sensory Centre
Forth Valley Sensory Centre

Charity registered in Scotland SC034267

FVSC provides support on coping with sensory loss and how to manage on a daily basis. Advice and information is available on a range of services and equipment from the centre and from other organisations. Support from others who have been through similar experiences and a wide range of social activities including arts and crafts, exercise and lip reading.


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Forth Valley Sensory Centre is a unique and award winning organisation who provide a range of support and services for people with Sensory Loss in Forth Valley. We take an innovative and creative approach to finding solutions that work. We are looking for someone to join our small, established team to help further extend the services we provide.

We are delighted to announce a newly created Making Sense of Climate Change, Project-Coordinator position. This post is funded by the Energy Redress Fund.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and delivery of workshops, events and climate conversation at the Centre and across Forth Valley ensuring that all activities are appropriate for the intended attendees (hearing/sight loss) as well as the wider community. You will work closely with Centre partners (i.e. RNID, RNIB, Deaf Scotland etc), third sector organisations and companies where necessary to facilitate in the provision of regular events. Be responsible for Administration duties relating to the project and reporting to the Energy Redress Fund as needed. This includes gathering feedback from participants, including testimonials as well as updating our website/social media with activities.

We value our staff and employee benefits include:

• Holiday entitlement of 25 days and 8 public holidays

• Enhanced Employer Pension Contributions

• Company mobile phone and laptop

• Access to discounts for charity workers

• Flexible and agile working

We are a Covid safe workplace in line with Government guidelines, this is under regular review.

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Sensory Employment Co-ordinator

  • Part time
  • £21,500 pro-rata
  • Camelon - Office based with home working due to covid restrictions
  • Closing 9th May 2021

Forth Valley Sensory Centre is a unique and award winning organisation who provide a range of support and services for people with Sensory Loss in Forth Valley. We take an innovative and creative approach to finding solutions that work. We are looking for someone to join our small, established team to help further extend the services we provide.

We are delighted to announce a newly created Employability and See Hear Co-ordinator opportunity. This part-time post is partly funded by the Agnes Hunter Trust, Falkirk Health and Social Care See Hear fund and Chance to Succeed. We are seeking applicants who have an understanding of Sensory Loss conditions and who will build upon existing relationships and forge new partnerships.

The new Employability and See Hear Co-ordinator will provide job seeking support to help people improve their chances of finding employment and training, and will have previous experience of similar work.

The role will involve close liaison with local and national employers to raise awareness of the benefits and support available to encourage the employment of people with sensory loss conditions. The successful applicant will also work closely with our Third Sector partners to promote access to technology, help and advice from expert organisations and support Access To Work applications.

The Co-ordinator will also be responsible for facilitating the See Hear Partnership network meetings and helping to drive forward any actions in collaboration with partners.

We value our staff and employee benefits include:

• Holiday entitlement of 25 days and 8 public holidays (pro-rata)

• Enhanced Employer Pension Contributions

• Access to discounts for charity workers

• Flexible and agile working

We are a Covid safe workplace in line with Government guidelines, this is under regular review.

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