Gifts in Wills donated to Marie Curie mean that people living with terminal illnesses will get to enjoy their final days with the people that really matter to them, with support from a Marie Curie nurse.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team who inspire and engage our supporters, resulting in Gifts in Wills forming nearly half of Marie Curie’s net voluntary income.
This is an essential role to support the development of legacy and in memory income across the Devolved Nations. If successful, you will undertake a wide range of responsibilities to support three Legacy & In Memory Leads with their challenging workload including; word processing, data entry, making and receiving telephone calls and filing. You will also handle event and free will responses, various support communications and support the coordination of various events and campaigns.
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Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
Humanist Society Scotland is looking for someone with a proven talent for engaging and effective communications. The successful candidate will lead the wide-reaching communications of Scotland’s national charity for people seeking an ethical, rational and secular future. This is an exciting role that focuses on the Society’s aim to grow awareness of
Humanism in Scotland to new audiences, as well as focussing on our key campaigns and ensuring the public are aware of the services offered by the Society.
As part of a small team of national staff, the Communications Manager is responsible for managing all communications and marketing activities, both at a strategic level and on a day-to-day basis.
Humanist Society Scotland offer benefits of 6% employers pension contributions, 35 days annual leave (pro-rata for part-time), winter flu jab and telephone counselling care.
SCOTLAND: The Big Picture has a compelling story to tell about the transformational recovery of Scotland’s nature. It’s called rewilding.
We are a growing organisation with an exciting portfolio of nature recovery projects to deliver across Scotland, and we believe passionately in the power of storytelling to help turn the tide for nature recovery.
As Digital Communications Officer you will be at the heart of that storytelling.
We seek a rare animal: a digital communications specialist whose natural habitat is the story of rewilding. We need a social media virtuoso who can build on the growth of our online community, maximizing the reach and influence of our work. We also need you to contribute content for use across all our digital channels, and to help us optimise the impact of that content.
Please download our full job description below, or visit scotlandbigpicture.com/vacancies for more information.
Shetland Womens Aid is a SCIO registered with the SSSC, Care Inspectorate and OSCR. The Trustees role is to support the service manager and help shape the charity's strategic direction and oversee the good governance of the organisation. We are looking for women with skills in health and social care, administration, fundraising, business planning, social affairs, housing, access, and inclusion, lived experience and human resources. Women are not required to live in Shetland due to meetings conducted online.
This is an unpaid position. It is an occupational requirement that applications are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.
We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good.
Last year alone, nearly 13,500 professionals received our training. Over 70,000 adults at risk of serious harm or murder and more than 85,000 children received support through dedicated multi-agency support designed by us and delivered with partners. In the last four years, over 2,000 perpetrators have been challenged and supported to change by interventions we created with partners, and that’s just the start.
Together we can end domestic abuse. Forever. For everyone.
Your role is to deepen multi-agency capability, consistency and capacity across Scotland, contributing to the following core objectives:
• Improvement of multi-agency practice.
• Amplifying the impact of optimal multi-agency, risk-led approaches.
• Ensuring multi-agency systems are survivor-centred and accessible to all.
You will increase consistency of Marac operation across Scotland by sharing best practice with a network of Marac professionals, partners and stakeholders. You will guide activity to open up the multi-agency pathway for those at the highest risk of domestic abuse in Scotland, and support creation of an effective collaborative response based around a common understanding of risk and informed by survivors' authentic voice.
The aim of this work is to promote coordinated ways of working that support women to be safer, sooner. This role contributes to Equally Safe Priority 3 and is linked to a broader set of work across the VAWG sector in Scotland that seeks to galvanise whole system improvement for those experiencing domestic abuse.
Do you have a passion for campaigning and the environment? Do you want to help recover the environmental health of Scotland’s seas? Would you like to work for a coalition of 130+ organisations all collectively campaigning for the recovery of Scotland’s marine environment and more sustainable inshore fisheries? Then apply to be our Coalition Coordinator!
The Open Seas Trust is a Scottish charity working on issues of marine conservation and seafood sustainability. We are a small, agile organisation and one member of a broad coalition of 130+ organisations campaigning together to recover the health of Scotland’s seas and fisheries. The role of Coalition Coordinator is critical to the running of the coalition and campaigning for its aims. You will be hosted by Open Seas to work across and on behalf of the Our Seas coalition, from campaigns and communications to coalition development and will engage directly with the Coalition’s Coordination Group and Campaign Steering Group.
The location for this role is flexible; most fellow staff currently work from their homes but there is also the potential to arrange office space if necessary.
The role will be paid £28,000. The initial contract will be for 1 year with a view to extending this thereafter. Open Seas offers a matched pension contribution of up to 6%. The role will be entitled to 25 days paid holiday plus Scottish public holidays.
Are you a Fundraiser looking for a varied role where you can demonstrate the breadth of your experience and grow your skills?
This exciting role will give you the opportunity to develop and maximise income from the local community and third-party events, corporates, major donors trusts and statutory funders to help deliver our vision of a world without barriers for every deaf child.
As part of the Relationship and Partnership Fundraising team you will use your keen understanding of the statutory fundraising landscape in Scotland to deliver vital income for the charity. In addition, you will be responsible for managing and developing existing supporters from a variety of sources in your region as well as identifying and securing new supporters and partnerships to ensure long-term income for the charity.
Experience of working in a similar role and delivering written funding proposals is essential, as are outstanding supporter stewardship skills. You will be self-motivated and enjoy taking ownership over your work, with an ambitious drive to progress the success of your team. A friendly, approachable manner is essential to build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Partners in Advocacy is one of the largest providers of independent advocacy in Scotland, delivering high quality advocacy services since 1998.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our supportive and friendly Highland team. The advocacy worker role will provide one to one independent advocacy for adult carers. Full training and ongoing support will be provided to the successful applicant.
We are interested in hearing from a diverse range of people. If you think your skills, experience and expertise can meet the criteria detailed in the person specification, we would like to hear from you. Please fill in the application form ensuring you provide examples of how your knowledge and experience meet each part of the person specification.
Partners in Advocacy is a Disability Confident Employer (Committed)
The Campaigns and Communications Officer role is a great opportunity to use your communications skills and knowledge of policy in Scotland to help tackle the nature and climate emergency.
RSPB Scotland is Scotland’s largest nature conservation charity. The campaigns team works across the organisation and with external coalitions and partners to build broad public support for our policy priorities. The successful candidate will work closely with parliamentary and communications colleagues.
Current and forthcoming policy priorities include agriculture, biodiversity, land use and marine planning. The successful candidate will coordinate internal and external stakeholders and support the development and implementation of activity designed to mobilise people for nature and climate.
This is a fixed-term role which would make an excellent secondment opportunity. We see the role as a development opportunity for those with some experience looking to develop their campaigning and advocacy skills.
Essential skills, knowledge and experience:
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The successful candidate will be able to conduct this role remotely, however occasional meetings at our office in Edinburgh will be required.
The RSPB reserves the right to extend or make this role permanent without further advertising dependent on business needs at the end of the contract term.
We are seeking a Support and Prevention Worker to work as part of our Health Project.
Covering the NHS Forth Valley region, the purpose of the post is:
This post is initially funded for one year by NHS Forth Valley. Ethnic origin for this post must be African; permitted under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.