Sport and physical activity is an important part of developing healthy individuals, along with creating a thriving community and developing the employability of our students.
The role of the Sports Development Coordinator will develop the foundations to transform, create and deliver a sustainable Sporting Community. This will include increasing opportunities for students to take part in Sport and Physical activity across the Highlands and Islands and supporting Sports clubs to develop greater resilience and sustainability. The Coordinator will also play a key role in signposting and encouraging students to develop an active lifestyle, working with both internal and external partners to increase the awareness of physical activity initiatives.
Qualifications, Training and Experience
Skills, Knowledge and Ability
Argyll and Bute Women’s Aid (“ABWA”) is a specialist provider of support to women, children and young people who are currently experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.
We provide safe temporary accommodation in our refuge, crisis support, advocacy, phone, virtual and outreach support.
We are a committed team of Support and Accommodation Workers ensuring the women, children, and young people we support are able to live a life free from abuse.
Organisations values, ethos, and objectives
We will always put our service users at the centre of all our efforts, delivering a non-judgemental and equitable service regardless of age, ethnicity, sexuality, religion, and beliefs. Support focuses on empowerment and ensuring our service users have the information needed to make their own choices. We are committed to equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice in all our work and services.
As a Trustee you will be part of a committed team supporting women, children, and young people and supporting ABWA to achieve our vision and goals.
ABWA welcomes applicants based all over Scotland, in particular those with legal, human resources, compliance and regulation experience to help us take our vison forward.
Auchindrain Historic Township is an internationally-significant 22-acre historic site, preserved as a museum since the 1960s. We are an independent charity, but are financially supported by Historic Environment Scotland and work within the wider Scottish museums and heritage sector.
We have recently started an exciting phase of strategic redevelopment, and an opportunity has opened up for someone interested in joining our team as Conservation and Maintenance Supervisor, to lead the small team that cares for the site’s land and buildings.
If you are dynamic, driven and interested in contributing to the preservation of a unique and special historic site, we want to hear from you.