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We are recruiting for 2 new trustees to join our board.
We’re looking for people who are excited about our vision and will help us promote and implement our new strategy. You should be committed to good governance. We welcome applications from people who would bring diversity to our board. Trustees are unpaid.
Paisley YMCA is a sector leading digital youth work organisation and we work with young people, families and adults across Paisley and Renfrewshire. We create opportunities for people to learn essential digital skills to support employability and education and above all have fun! We support people to explore their creativity through digital and STEM-based informal learning. We are a values-based organisation and we care about supporting positive outcomes for our community.
We are a small charity with big ambitions. We have a skilled, committed and talented team and we are seeking new board members to be a part of the next exciting stage in our journey.
Are you passionate about creating opportunities for young people and the wider community? We are currently seeking Board Members to help shape the future of our organisation. To support us in the next stage of our charity’s development and growth we are looking for enthusiastic and motivated people with experience in one or more of the following areas:
• Leadership & Management
• Charity Governance
• Financial Management
• Property Management
• Community Education and or Community Development
You will care about making a difference in the lives of young people and the community in Renfrewshire in addition to:
• Providing strategic direction for Paisley YMCA
• Always acting in the best interests of Paisley YMCA
• A commitment to acting collectively as a board and not as an individual
• A commitment to the values of Paisley YMCA • Participating in board induction training and any other relevant training necessary for the role The Role of a Board Member includes (but is not limited to):
• Taking part in board meetings, committee meetings and working groups where appropriate
• Ensuring that Paisley YMCA is compliant with the provisions of the Charities and Trustees Investment (Scotland) Act 2002 and other relevant legislation
• Making sure that we have robust financial controls and risk management systems
• Making sure that we have appropriate and relevant policies and procedures in place
This is an unpaid position; however reasonable travel expenses and subsistence will be reimbursed.
Fife Women’s Aid are looking for a full-time counsellor for our Children and Young People’s counselling service. The counsellor will provide direct counselling to children and young people who have experience of domestic abuse. This will mainly be delivered face-to-face, with remote working to suit the needs of individual children and young people as required.
The successful applicant will be qualified to Counselling Diploma level or above and will have excellent counselling skills, having had 2 years’ experience of working in a similar environment.
Excellent communication skills and an ability to work effectively with a range of multi-agency partners is essential for this post.
Please join us for an online session to find out more about FWA counselling services.
Please join us for an online session to find out more about FWA counselling services. This will be at 6.30pm on Monday 12th June. Please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you details of the zoom meeting. We hope to see you there.
We’re recruiting for various locations across Scotland – you can find a role near you by visiting our website and entering your postcode.
At Co-op, we stand for something different, and we put our communities at the heart of everything we do. As a member pioneer, you'll play a key part in helping us to build stronger and fairer communities. We'll look to you to bring people together, connecting with Co-op members, colleagues, and representatives of the many local groups we support. By building these relationships, you’ll be the catalyst for new ideas, initiatives and projects that will make our communities better places to live. So, if you're passionate about making a difference, join our team and be part of our plan for a better future.
What you’ll do:
· build a strong group of contacts locally, alongside using social media to help with listening to and getting involved in community conversation
· develop an action plan to improve community wellbeing, aligned to key themes
· establish and run a local community forum, or become part of one that already exists
· prioritise your time, making your hours count and focusing on opportunities to make the biggest difference
· get activities off the ground and encourage participation from members in your community
This role would suit someone who:
· is committed, enthusiastic and has a passion for improving their community
· can inspire and motivate people through their communication style
· loves working with and connecting to people
· can prioritise their time and remain focussed on a long-term goal
· has good basic IT skills and is confident using social media
· lives within or very close to the community you’ll support, detailed above
Here you’ll do work that matters. We’re a commercial organisation with a purpose beyond profit, and in this role, you’ll have an opportunity to make a difference. You’ll also get a package that includes:
· competitive salary
· 31 days holiday including bank holidays (rising to 38 in line with service)
· discounts on Co-op products and services
· a pension with up to 10% employer contributions
· free support for your physical, mental, and financial wellbeing
Building an inclusive work environment
We’re actively building diverse teams and we aim to build working environments where everyone feels welcome. Our Co-op colleague networks and inclusive development programmes help provide equal opportunities for all colleagues to reach their full potential. We celebrate our differences and recognise the importance of our teams reflecting the communities they serve.
If you have a disability, we can make reasonable adjustments to our recruitment process according to your needs. We're also part of the Disability Confident scheme, meaning we'll always offer an interview to disabled candidates who apply through the scheme if they meet the minimum criteria for a job.
Support Workers - £11.30-£11.47 per hour. Full-time, Part-time and relief opportunities available
Relief Support Workers- £11.30 per hour.
We are currently looking to recruit support workers to join our small team within Inclusion Alliance. The role involves supporting people with learning disabilities to be included in the community and lead an ordinary life. Your work would involve helping people to access educational, social, leisure and work or volunteering opportunities in the community.
No experience or formal qualifications are necessary for the role although a caring nature, positive attitude and a sense of fun are important characteristics to have. New staff will receive paid training and undertake shadow shifts with experienced staff members during induction. We want new staff to feel ready and able to work prior to working on their own for the first time.
We have full-time, part time and relief/casual positions in various locations throughout Edinburgh.
Candidates must be caring, motivated and have excellent communication skills whilst being committed to working in a person-centred way ensuring that support is built around the supported person’s wishes and needs.