An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced, effective and enthusiastic Finance Manager to join Children in Scotland to take lead responsibility for the financial management of the charity.
Working with the wider finance team you will have responsibility for financial management and reporting, business partnering, budgeting and fund management.
About Children in Scotland
Giving all children in Scotland an equal chance to flourish is at the heart of everything we do.
By bringing together a network of people working with and for children, alongside children and young people themselves, we offer a broad, balanced and independent voice. We create solutions, provide support and develop positive change across all areas affecting children in Scotland. We do this by listening, gathering evidence, and applying and sharing our learning, while always working to uphold children’s rights.
Our range of knowledge and expertise means we can provide trusted support on issues as diverse as the people we work with and the varied lives of children and families in Scotland.
You can find more about Children in Scotland here.
If you have any questions about the role, please contact Valerie Harty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four Square Scotland is an Edinburgh charity working for more than 40 years to prevent homelessness and promote inclusion. We provide services directly to people who are homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness to overcome any barriers they may face in creating a stable life for themselves in their community. At the core of Four Square are the values on which the organisation is based. These are equally applied to the people we support, our colleagues and our partners and are: Integrity; Excellence; Dignity; Support.
We are driven by our mission to ensure everyone has the opportunity to have a home and a place in their community.
We are recruiting a Night Practitioner for our young women's supported accommodation project in Edinburgh.
We are seeking a qualified and professional person who:
Healing for the Heart is a rapidly expanding mental health charity based in Whiteinch, Glasgow offering a bespoke approach to improving the mental health of individuals, organisations and businesses.
Having grown significantly during the covid pandemic, we now want to future proof the organisation by employing someone to focus on our income generation. Although we expect grant applications to be part of the strategy moving forward, we also expect the successful candidate to take a creative approach to developing current income streams and to identifying new ones.
We are looking for a creative thinker who has experience of charity fundraising strategy to help us to build for the future.
Healing for the Heart is a rapidly expanding mental health charity based in Whiteinch, Glasgow offering a bespoke approach to improving the mental health of individuals, organisations and businesses
Having grown considerably in the last year, we now are looking for a Finance Officer to carry out responsibilities crucial to the financial health of the organisation.
Ideally, you will be experienced in the use of Xero for all accounting operations including invoicing, bill payment, reports and budget preparations. You will also be able to demonstrate ability in managing all accounting activities including bank reconciliations, accounts payable and accounts receivable. You should also have excellent organizational skills and be able to handle time-sensitive tasks.
Ultimately, you’ll be responsible for the day-to-day management of our financial transactions and procedures and will report to the CEO and the board of trustees.
You will be based in a GP practice or practices within the GG&C Health Board area providing a specialist, person centred service to people who have health, social care or wellbeing needs within that geographical area. Please contact us for specific information regarding location.
The aim of the Link Worker is to support people to identify barriers to their overall wellbeing, to deliver evidence based interventions and to link people with the right tools, community support or agencies to improve their wellbeing. The Link Worker role is three fold - patient facing, practice facing and community facing - developing connections between patients, practice staff and local community providers is crucial to the programme. The role comprises one to on work delivered online, over the phone and in person. Our link workers also develop and deliver health and wellbeing group work sessions, online and in person.
What we’re looking for
Are you adaptable, positive and interested in new ways of supporting people with their health and wellbeing? Are you passionate about working individuals to make sustainable health changes? Do you have a sound knowledge of the social, economic and other factors which impact on the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities? Are you qualified to SVQ Level 3 in Social Services and Health Care or Community Development or equivalent? If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you.
Further information about this job
This is a permanent full time position, core hours of work will be Mon-Friday 9am -5pm however you will be expected to carry out some evening and weekend work.
Around since 1923, SAMH is Scotland’s national mental health charity.
SAMH has represented the voice of people most affected by mental health problems in Scotland for more than 90 years.
Today, in over 60 communities we work with adults and young people providing mental health social care support, services in primary care, schools and further education, among others. These services together with our national programme work in See Me, respectme, suicide prevention and active living; inform our policy and campaign work to influence positive social change.
SAMH is dedicated to mental health and wellbeing for all: with a vision of a society where people are able to live their lives fully, regardless of present or past circumstances.
For Scotland’s Mental Health
Expeerience Counts, North Lanarkshire
SAMH’s Peer Support Service introduces a new approach to working with people living in North Lanarkshire experiencing and recovering from mental health issues; focusing on individuals’ recovery through self-management and accessing naturally occurring resources in their communities.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Peer Support Worker, with appropriate skills experience and motivation who have their own lived experience of mental health issues and personal recovery.
The central aspect of the Peer Support Workers’ role will be developing effective and mutually empowering relationships with individuals. The relationship which will be negotiated by both parties will have a clearly stated focus and reason. Peer Support Workers will share their personal experiences in an intentional and professional way to empower individuals, instil confidence, trust and hope. Facilitated Group Work will also form a central aspect of the Peer Support Service and experience of using social media platforms is essential. You will be required to support service users to self manage their mental health. As this post will involve travel across various locations access to your own transport is desirable.
A PVG check is required for this post, along with a Right to Work in the UK check. Candidates will also be required to provide proof of qualifications declared on the application form
About QNIS and this programme:
The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland is the only independent charity that supports and advocates for community nursing across Scotland. Throughout its 132-year history, QNIS has been devoted to overcoming inequalities, as well as improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Scotland at all ages and stages of life. Healthier Pregnancies, Better Lives is a new programme to help women and their partners prepare for pregnancy; prevent unwelcome outcomes; and, improve responses to people born with life-changing neurological conditions - such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
We have a great opportunity for a dynamic administrator to join our team. This newly created position will see you providing high quality administrative support to this new programme.
This wide-ranging role will see you: coordinating the schedules and activities for a variety of diverse participants; keeping accurate records; effectively handling large amounts of information; and, providing efficient administrative support to the Programme Lead. You will use your diplomacy and communications skills (verbal and written) as you engage with a wide range of people involved in this work. Being a small team, we need someone with a ‘can do’ attitude who effectively and cheerfully pitches in to do whatever is required.
The post is for 22.5 hours (3 days) a week. We support flexible scheduling. QNIS is offering a salary in the £21-25k range (pro rata), largely dependent upon experience. We offer a 10% contributory pension and 38 days leave (pro rate, including public holidays). During the COVID-19 pandemic, QNIS staff are working remotely (with necessary equipment and support provided). This is a one-year contract with the possibility of continuing for up to four more years (depending upon external funding).
For more information about the role and the organisation, please download the Excellence Profile by visiting the QNIS Website.
You will have very strong administrative skills, including a high level of attention to detail, ability to demonstrate proficient IT skills and an ability to cope well with multiple tasks. Crucial to success in the role will be the ability to communicate clearly and tactfully with people at all levels, both internally and externally. Capacity to work independently is essential. People from BAME and other under-represented communities are encouraged to apply.
Home-Start Lorn is a well established, small charity, serving the communities of Oban, Lorn and Mull, whose volunteers provide support, friendship, practical help and guidance to young families with at least one child under the age of 5. Our aim is support parents to develop strong relationships with their children and to fully engage with their communities and local services.
We are looking to replace our long serving manager of 24 years to direct the day-to-day operations of the charity and to work in partnership with the Board of Trustees to ensure effective strategic management and the ongoing development of our work.
The successful candidate will be passionate about early years support for families, have excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills, have experience of managing and developing a similar service and of leading a team in partnership with other statutory and voluntary organisations
Last year 88 families including almost 200 children were supported by staff and a team of 24 volunteers.
Home-Start Lorn is committed to equality and diversity and to safe recruitment practice. The post involves regulated work with children and protected adults. PVG Scheme membership is essential.
Change your life, develop your transferable skills, work as part of a dedicated small team helping to build a better, greener, fairer and more outdoorsy world for all. This job offers a memorable, rewarding, broad and challenging way to start a career in the charity sector.
Applications are invited from hard-working, enthusiastic and interested individuals seeking a challenging, fast-paced and multi-faceted position with one of Scotland’s most dynamic small charities, the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS).
We have an opening for a Communications Officer, based at the RSGS HQ in Perth (though initially working from home), to help us to communicate effectively with different audiences, raise our public profile, develop our events and policy programmes, and increase support for our work. We need someone who can successfully publicise the breadth and depth of the work that we do, across traditional media and magazine publications, social media, digital, and video communications channels; an engaging personality who can bring our existing members, volunteers, supporters and other contacts closer to us; and a creative who can find appropriate new audiences for us to engage with.
You should possess a friendly manner, a high level of organisational aptitude, superb written and verbal communication skills, excellent computer literacy, an understanding of digital communication trends, and an ability to deal calmly with the unexpected. A team player, you should be good at developing networks and relationships, able to respond quickly and efficiently to new opportunities, and willing to get stuck in and work hard. Some experience of working with volunteers, or for a charity, would be helpful, as would a knowledge of contemporary geographical issues.
We are looking for a new Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees to help guide and advise us on financial matters.
We would be keen to hear from someone who would like to become part of our dedicated and passionate team of Trustees and staff. You should have a finance/accounting experience and knowledge of financial systems and reporting.
We work with people and providers to promote equality and support change in health and social care. We do this by developing partnerships between people with lived experience, carers, third sector organisations, the health and social care partnership and other relevant organisations – to promote good practice in the co-production of health and social care services.
The Board of Trustees comprises local providers and individual members of Borders Care Voice. It meets four times a year (remotely just now) and holds the annual general meeting between September and December.
Travel costs and all out of pocket expenses are remunerated.