Are you an experienced housing, benefits or debt adviser, supervisor or trainer interested in making a difference?
If you are, would you like to become a SNSIAP peer reviewer?
Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) are recruiting new SNSIAP peer reviewers in housing, welfare benefits and debt. We are looking for people who are confident in their subject knowledge (housing, welfare benefits or debt) who can be objective about other people’s work and who appreciate that there are many different ways of delivering quality advice.
You must have good written English and be able to make and justify difficult decisions; be open and responsive to constructive feedback and be able to give the same feedback to others. Attention to detail and good time management skills are also essential.
Essential: Driving licence, use of car for work and Disclosure Scotland clearance.
The Scottish Chartered Accountants' Benevolent Association (SCABA) is a long- established charity which supports members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants' of Scotland and their dependants.
This postholder will be responsible for the delivery of a high-quality professional service aligned to SCABA’s key objectives to provide support and advice to applicants and beneficiaries relating to all aspects of social care, health related challenges and financial issues. In addition, the postholder will provide an assessment and advisory service to the Board of Trustees to assist with the decision-making process when considering the awarding of financial assistance or alternative support.
The post holder will also participate and contribute to on-going service improvement and development within the charity and provide advice relating to current legislation and standards of practice and care within the Social/Health Care arena.
Wellbeing Scotland is a community based organisation working with impact on Wellbeing from life circumstances comprising a range of specialist services under the Wellbeing Scotland umbrella.
The role will be to deliver a service to survivors of childhood abuse in the Edinburgh, Lothian and Borders areas as part of our innovative service model. The role will involve offering counselling, advocacy, informal support and groupwork to trauma survivors. The role will involve development of the service and supporting volunteers.
To support the planning, organising, development and delivery of Smart Play Network’s (SPN) portfolio of training courses. The position is based at in Edinburgh, travel and occasional overnight stays elsewhere in Scotland will be necessary.
The post will be offered as a fixed term contract for until 31st March 2020. Continuation of this post will be decided by the Board of Trustees based on success of the overall training programme and delivery of outcomes.
Area covered: Scotland
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People trains dogs to alert to sound and provides support to help deaf people leave loneliness behind and reconnect with life. It is the biggest charity of its kind in the world and we are committed to be the best in our field, with the determination to be the centre of excellence for this unique work.
We are currently looking to recruit a Community Fundraising Manager to cover Scotland to raise funds and develop largely within a 40-mile radius of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
We are looking for someone who is: -
Rural Housing Scotland works to secure more affordable housing to meet rural housing needs and tackle rural homelessness. We provide expert support to rural communities to help them take practical action to meet local housing needs and build sustainable rural communities. We have a key role in the development of rural housing policy; building on links with communities to highlight the extent and nature of rural housing issues to policy and decision makers.
We are looking for a Communications and Membership Officer to join our small team. This role will provide communications and engagement support for the organisation. We are seeking to transform our engagement with rural communities, members and stakeholders across Scotland on housing issues and this role will play a key part in delivering this ambition.
A Job Description/Person Specification and Application Form are available for download below.
Voices for Scotland is looking for our new Campaign Organiser!
Voices for Scotland is the campaign organisation that seeks to plan, deliver and win the next campaign for Scottish Independence. It is the campaigning and fundraising arm of the Scottish Independence Convention, a coalition of independence supporting organisations. Its goal is to lift the support for Scottish Independence to about 60%, building on the independence movement that delivered a 45% vote in favour of independence in 2014.
We are looking for a dynamic, flexible and enthusiastic person who is a strong supporter of Scottish Independence to become our new Campaign Organiser. The successful candidate will need to work effectively with all parts of the independence movement and will be responsible to the Voices for Scotland Board of Directors. This opportunity comes at an exciting and worrying time in our politics: there is no room for complacency and we have the chance to create a better future for our country.
Flexible working requests, including job-shares, are welcomed and can be discussed prior to application (email email@example.com) and at the interview stage.
A full Job Specification is available for download below.
We have an exciting opportunity for a committed individual to join our Family Support Service Team which offers information and support to families, individuals and professionals on all aspects of living with Down’s syndrome throughout all stages of life. This service is delivered through telephone and email support, individual 1:1 visits, ongoing casework support, the creation of publications, talks to carer groups and through the delivery of training to parents and professionals.
This position is homebased covering the North East region. The role requires a suitable provision to work from a home office and the use of a car is essential.