Clan Childlaw
Clan Childlaw

Charity registered in Scotland SC039156

We aim to improve life chances for children and young people in Scotland by making sure that every young person in Scotland has access to the legal advice they need and by securing the recognition and enforcement of their rights in Scots Law.


Current vacancies

Projects Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000
  • Edinburgh with travel to other locations
  • Closing 30th June 2019

To manage and oversee all aspects of Clan Childlaw’s key projects, coordinating and completing projects on time within budget and within scope. The Project Manager will work directly with project leads and project teams, and liaise with key external stakeholders to ensure the projects are delivered.

Main Responsibilities

  • Work with project leads to set specific requirements of each project Clan Childlaw has been funded to deliver.
  • Set your own workload and objectives, directed by the project leads.
  • Deliver comprehensive project work plans, and revise to meet changing needs and requirements.
  • Set deadlines, assign responsibilities and delegate project tasks.
  • Allocate and procure resources in relation to projects.
  • Manage and coordinate all events and training in relation to projects.
  • Coordinate and support team members in delivery of project objectives.
  • Track project performance and analyse progress to completion of short and long-term goals, identify risks, and anticipate and react to risks, change and constraints.
  • Prepare reports for project leads and management team regarding status and progress of projects.
  • Meet financial objectives, forecast cost requirements, prepare budgets, schedule expenditure, analyse variances and initiate corrective actions, in relation to all Clan Childlaw projects.
  • Manage operational aspects of the projects.
  • Ensure project documents are complete, current, and appropriately stored.
  • Work with key external stakeholders to ensure effective delivery of the projects.
  • Submit project status and evaluation reports to funders and stakeholders.
  • Apply for further or additional funding for projects.
  • Represent Clan Childlaw at public forums and assist with the publicity and promotion of Clan Childlaw.
  • Advance all the aims and objectives of Clan Childlaw.

You will be based in Edinburgh but travel is an essential part of the job and the applicant should be able to attend our Glasgow office and other locations throughout Scotland, and regularly work outwith contractual office hours to deliver outreach services, or as other business needs require. Flexible working and TOIL are available.

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Edinburgh Administrator

  • Part time
  • £17,664 – £21,796 pro-rata
  • Norton Park, Edinburgh
  • Closing 8th April 2019

To ensure that the organisation runs effectively and efficiently to assist our solicitors, project and policy-team co-ordinators improve the lives of children and young people in Scotland. You will be based out of our Edinburgh office (9-5pm, four days a week) with occasional travel to Glasgow, and work outwith contractual office hours, as business needs require. Flexible working and TOIL are available.

You will work in tandem with the Glasgow Administrator, who will be employed three days a week, to carry out Administrator’s job duties.

Membership of the PVG Scheme is essential for this role and the successful candidate will be required to apply for the scheme and produce an acceptable PVG Scheme Record.

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Glasgow Administrator

  • Part time
  • £17,664 – £21,796 pro-rata
  • Wellpark Street, Glasgow
  • Closing 8th April 2019

To ensure that the organisation runs effectively and efficiently to assist our solicitors, project and policy-team co-ordinators improve the lives of children and young people in Scotland. You will be based out of our Glasgow office (9-5pm, three days a week) with occasional travel to Edinburgh, and work outwith contractual office hours, as business needs require. Flexible working and TOIL are available.

You will work in tandem with the Edinburgh Administrator, who will be employed four days a week, to carry out Administrator’s job duties.

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