We are looking to recruit a Youth & Community Coach in Ayrshire. You will be required to deliver football, fitness and multi-sports sessions on the Street League Academy. You will also be responsible for carrying out outreach for sessions and to recruit and sustain participants on the Academy to ensure delivery targets are met.
Minimum requirements are SFA Level 3 or similar, experience in coaching preferably with young people aged 16-24 and an understanding of the Street League client group.
Please see attached the full Job Description and Person Specification.
Quarriers Business Development and Fundraising department (BDFR) is responsible for securing new income to deliver our services in Scotland. This is an exciting place to work with a motivated and energetic team which is strongly supported by the Executive Team and Board of Trustees.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Grants Team Manager to join our Income Generation Team within the Business Development and Fundraising Department. The Grants Team Manager will take the lead on the strategy for developing and managing a robust income pipeline which is part of the overall fundraising strategy.
Educated to degree level or equivalent, this opportunity is suited to someone who is ambitious, enjoys a fast paced environment and has excellent organisational skills, including:
If you are a candidate that wants to challenge yourself to deliver real results and in turn be able to see the difference this makes to individuals’ lives then we want to hear from you.
The successful candidate for this role must have a full current drivers licence and access to own transport.
Please note IT skills are required for all Quarriers vacancies.
We are looking for a client-focused individual with experience of providing money advice, to join us as an income maximisation officer. In this role you will deliver a holistic advice and support service and will carry out face to face sessions with clients and undertake casework including providing advice on a range of debt options. Additionally, the post involves supporting, mentoring and coaching generalist advisers to effectively and competently assist clients with money advice enquiries. The ability to travel within Ross & Cromarty is essential.
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.
Wellbeing Scotland have developed an exciting new post which will be an essential part of our ongoing growth. The post-holder will:
Are you a results-driven individual with experience of providing telephone advice work? Then join Shelter as a Helpline Adviser and help us deliver a professional advice service to our clients.
As well as a free telephone and digital helpline, which helps over 22,000 people each year, Shelter Scotland’s advice service consists of a number of projects and four core Integrated City Hubs. One such hub is in Glasgow, providing a range of services including money and debt advice, legal advocacy and representation.
About the role
You’ll be joining a team delivering a professional and impartial telephone, digital and email advice service to people experiencing housing problems. This will involve carrying out initial fact finding interviews to identify and agree clients’ needs and giving advice on all areas of housing and welfare benefits law. We’ll also rely on you to enter details onto a case management system accurately and punctually.
To succeed, you’ll need experience of telephone advice work relating to housing law, welfare benefits, debt or similar with a strong client focus and excellent people skills. Good listening skills to get to the root of clients’ underlying needs are important too, as is a proactive, results-driven approach and the ability to contribute new ideas and approaches. Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications and case management systems is also essential.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter Scotland helps over half a million people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.
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.
In our Waterside Workshops in Edinburgh we have a vacancy for a Part Time Drama and Performance Workshop Leader.
No of days (2 or 3) and days of the week to be confirmed at interview stage.
An experienced and committed individual to support members to develop their self-expression, communication, creativity and self-esteem through drama and performance.
We are looking for someone who communicates well and cares that our members and people we work with have a good experience of CCPS.
Your role will be to take lead responsibility for the administrative and logistical aspects of our events, workshops and meetings. You will also ensure the smooth running of our membership services. This includes arranging membership meetings; onboarding new members; and handling membership data.
To do the job well you need to be a self-starter who is confident using computers. You will care about people having a good experience of CCPS and will communicate effectively. You will be well organised in your own work and happy supporting others.
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.
We are looking for someone who is organised, communicates well, and cares that our members and people we work with have a good experience of CCPS.
Your role will be to help our administrative team and other colleagues. You will have a wide range of tasks including: assisting with finance; events preparation; general administration and keeping the office running smoothly.
To do the job well you need to be confident using computers and communicating effectively with different people; good with numbers; attentive to detail and well-organised.
We can be flexible about your work pattern and how the 17.5 hours are delivered over the week (within standard office hours).