Impact Arts owns two premises, The Factory in Dennistoun, Glasgow and Bank Street in Irvine, North Ayrshire. Both combine a mix of office space alongside a range of workshops where we deliver our projects. In addition, we lease a property at St Margaret’s House in Edinburgh and a workshop In Paisley, Renfrewshire. From time to time we take on additional leases to deliver short term projects.
As an arts organisation, our team of artists and creatives work with a huge array of art materials and equipment and currently during lockdown we are delivering hundreds of art packs to participants. The Facilities & Maintenance Technician is a crucial role to ensure our properties are well maintained and looked after and that space is optimised for the benefit of all our employees and participants. This may range from painting a studio to hanging a blind to setting up a new workshop space in a rented venue to liaising with other tradespeople.
As a charity we are accountable to each and every one of our funders and it is therefore important that we look after our assets and equipment. This role will take a lead in ensuring these assets are appropriately cared for so that many people can gain the maximum benefit from these resources.
About The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is an independent membership organisation concerned principally with the education, training and assessment of Surgeons, Dental Surgeons and other healthcare professionals who are involved in the surgical care of patients. Founded in 1505, the College currently has a total membership approaching 30,000 in approximately 100 countries throughout the world.
About the Role
The Senior Faculty Administrator will occupy an important and prominent position within a small, collaborative team of faculty administrators. In general, the duties of the post will include providing high quality administrative, project and secretariat support to several of the College’s faculties, covering surgery, dentistry and the extended surgical team.
This will be a varied and rewarding role, providing an opportunity to support the College’s faculties in delivering their operational and strategic objectives across a wide range of areas. The post holder will be required to engage with staff from across the College and with faculty members on a regular basis. Reporting to a Faculty Development Manager, the Senior Faculty Administrator will be expected to lead by example and set a high standard for the wider administrative team to follow.
There may be requirement for the role holder to work outside of normal working hours and travel for work occasionally.
The successful appointee will be working remotely, from home, until at least February 2021.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate significant previous experience of providing excellent project and administrative support to boards, committees and executive groups. Applicants will also require highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, experience in effectively prioritising and managing competing demands, and a demonstrable ability to produce high-quality, clear and concise written work, sometimes to challenging deadlines.
A key part of the role will involve working with a significant number of standing committees, boards and working groups across the different faculties and delivering an effective and efficient secretariat support function. Therefore, experience in this area is essential.
Working in partnership with Angus Council, Aberlour Sustain Angus provides support to enable children, young people and their families that are on the ‘edge of care’ to stay together. Sustain offers a highly flexible, responsive service supporting families by offering the help and tools they need to prevent a child from being taken into care. The service enables families to be supported at whatever time they need it, every day of the year.
We are seeking an experienced Administrator to join this new team. Your role is to support the team with general and financial administrative tasks, as well as being the first point of contact for enquiries via phone and email. You must be comfortable with financial information, including putting together spreadsheets. You will have administrative experience gained by working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.
You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience. Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed to working in a relationship-based culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. You will share our vision that collaborative working and relationship-based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.
We are seeking to recruit a motivated and effective Helpline Project Assistant to support the Helpline Coordinator to deliver our national LGBT Helpline and contributing to the development of our ambitious vision for LGBT health, wellbeing and equality in Scotland.
The main purpose of the Helpline Assistant role is to:
We’re looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator to join our busy payroll service. Recent payroll experience, working knowledge of RTI, excellent customer service skills and the ability to work to strict deadlines are essential skills required for this role. Part time hours are available, training and equipment to work from home will be provided. Flexible working, defined contribution pension and other benefits available.
Fixed term to 31 March 2021.
Minute Secretary to take minutes for the board, Student Representative Council (SRC) and Society Council. Learn more about charity work, and student representation and engagement, through the minute taking and learn new skills. Be part of a team and have the opportunity to enhance the skills you do have - either in your retirement or if you are seeking employment, its good for your CV
Organisation aims and objectives
Abertay Students’ Association is an organisation devoted to the support and development of all of the students of the university. We support representation, advice and guidance, and societies. The Board of Trustees is the strategic arm of the organisation, and is responsible for ensuring that the Association meets its strategic goals. The SRC is the democratic arm of the Association, and is made up of the President of the SA, the Vice-President, and elected student representatives. The Society Council is the management arm of all of the Societies.
The Board of Trustees meet 5 times over the year for around 2 hours. SRC and Society Council meets monthly in October, November, January-April, for 90 minutes each.
Experience required: Good listening skills, be able to type up minutes with IT understanding. Laptop would be available to type up the minutes as the meeting goes along.
Honorarium: £500 per annum
Expenses paid: Yes
Taster available: Yes
Taster details: Attend induction with a board member Training details: Meet the board and read the induction manual for board members. Also be shadowed by a board member. Tackle any issues with regards to putting reports together ready for the agenda. Depends on skills to obtain European Driving Licence. Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet
Ark is a major provider of Care and Support to people with long term and enduring conditions such as learning disability, mental health issues, dementia and autism. As a housing association we are one of the smaller providers. Our aim is to ensure that those who use our services get the very best out of Ark to enable them to live a good life and to provide the best quality of housing to our tenants, some of whom we provide support to.
Our Asset Management Team needs you!
As Property Administrator within the Asset Management Team you will play a key role in a professional and customer focused team with responsibility for providing an efficient and effective service to all our customers. This role is varied and will require you to have an eye for detail, the ability to multi-task and flexibility to prioritise your workload depending on the demands of our service.
You will be responsible for providing administration support to our Asset Management Team who are responsible for delivering Responsive Repairs, Cyclical and Planned Maintenance, Void Maintenance Services, Stage 3 Adaptations and a range of capital investment projects for the delivery of new build homes and repurposing our existing stock.
The Property Administrator is responsible to the Senior Property Officer (SPO) and is an integral member of the Asset Management Team and will work collaboratively across the organisation.
This is an exciting time to become a member of our team as Ark launches its new 5 year business plan and continues to grow and deliver the best possible services to our customers.
To help us to achieve our business objective to have a reputation for excellence and be recognised as a high quality provider of housing and care Ark is currently recruiting for a variety of roles in our asset management team.
We need you to help us:
• Meet the Scottish Government‘s Energy Efficiency Standard in Social Housing part 2
• Project manage our new build and strategic asset management projects
• Project manage stage 3 adaptations
• Provide general admin support to the Asset Management Department
• Develop, coach and support the team
Do you want to be part of something that makes a difference to people’s life, have good customer service skills and want to assist people in being able to get out and about, then we’d love to hear from you.
Following successful funding bids to the Robertson Trust and Glasgow City Council’s Communities Fund, Community Transport Glasgow (CTG) is embarking on a new service called Healthy Journeys. This service will operate a volunteer car scheme that enables those who cannot access health appointments, whether it is to their GP or Hospital, due to the barriers of transport. This will see volunteers, making use of their own cars, to transport people to their health appointments.
Therefore, we are recruiting a part-time Administrator to be part of our team.
CTG is a charity and company limited by guarantee and was established to provide relief to communities of Glasgow and its environs, who are in need due to age, mobility, mental and physical disability, illness and poverty. This is achieved by providing affordable, reliable, accessible transport solutions to the local communities we serve. CTG is one of the largest Community Transport Charities in Scotland.
The post: Rock Trust is looking to recruit a highly personable, experienced People Advisor (HR) to work in our Administration and HR team.
The People Advisor will be responsible for ensuring Rock Trust is a healthy and productive workplace that attracts, retains, supports, engages and develops top talent.
We are looking for a highly organized self-starter with excellent communication skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive, fruitful relationships, both internally with staff, volunteers and young people, and with external stakeholders. Committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunities for all, they will have the skills and expertise to inspire others and turn ideas in to action.
This post has been developed as part of Rock Trust’s commitment to creating a positive, fair, respectful and safe working environment for the benefit of all employees and the young people we support. As part of our efforts to continually improve our practices we are looking for an HR professional who shares our passion for supporting people to develop and thrive.
Who we are
Rock Trust is Scotland’s leading youth specific homelessness charity. We work with young people aged 16-25 who are at risk of, or who are experiencing homelessness. Our aim is to end youth homelessness in Scotland by ensuring that every young person has access to expert youth specific services to assist them to avoid, survive and move on from homelessness.
Rock Trust holds the gold award from Investors in People. We are committed to making Rock Trust a fantastic place to work. We provide a range of enhanced benefits for staff, including 25 days annual leave and 10 public holidays, an 8% employer contribution pension scheme, life assurance scheme, employee rewards through Perkbox and enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave. A full list of our benefits is available on our website.
We actively support the ability to work flexibly and remotely, and all staff are provided with the right IT equipment and home set-ups to minimise travel and promote a work-life balance.
We are an equal opportunity employer, with the Silver Charter from LGBT Youth Scotland and are signed up to the DWP’s Disability Confident scheme. We encourage applications from all parts of the community.
Rock Trust has four core values; Safety, Positivity, Respect and Fairness. If you hold these values, and are passionate about supporting young people to achieve their full potential and move on from homelessness, then please get in touch.
Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.
Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.
Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.
Equality of Opportunity in Employment
Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.
The Business Administration Worker will provide administrative and finance support to Lanarkshire Carers Chief Executive Officer, Management Team and Board of Directors to ensure the smooth governance, management and operation of the organisation. The post holder will support the delivery of Lanarkshire Carers services and business requirements, working collaboratively with other team members as and when required. The Business Administration Worker will provide personal assistant support to the Chief Executive Officer.