Aberlour delivers a number of services supporting children, young people and their families across the Dumfries and Galloway area.
We help parents and children who are struggling to cope. The families we work with may be affected by a range of issues, which could include drug and alcohol use in the family. We work with whole families as well as children on their own and will work with children from birth.
We are looking for an experienced administrator to support the service with general and financial administrative tasks, for 15 hours per week, worked flexibly during office hours.
You will have excellent communication and organisational skills and be comfortable working with Microsoft Office packages.
You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience.
We are seeking an experienced administrator, with a minimum of 3 years administration experience, to fulfil this role based at the church building (with exception to any government restrictions).
• To ensure that the administrative functions of the church are in alignment with the vision of the church; ‘Making Jesus known in our Community’ (Worship - Connect - Grow).
• To handle the organisational and statutory requirements of the church in such a way that the church functions safely, legally and efficiently with professional excellence.
• To release the Pastor(s) and Vision Leaders for the work to which they have been called and appointed by taking as much day-to-day organisational work as possible off them freeing them for their priorities of leadership, prayer, teaching and outreach.
Family Mediation Central Scotland (FMCS) is looking to recruit a temporary Office Move Co-ordinator. The successful applicant will be required to assist the Service Manager with all aspects of our forthcoming office move, including identifying suitable premises to move to. This temporary post is offered for a fixed period of six months between July and December 2021. Applicants require to be available to take up the post immediately.
FMCS supports separated parents and their children in Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire by providing both Family Mediation and Child Contact Centre (CCC) services. CCCs are safe, comfortable places where children can spend time with the parent they no longer live with, and provide a solution for parents who find it difficult to arrange and manage contact themselves.
Role: You will be responsible for assisting the Service Manager in all aspects of planning and executing our office move. This includes searching for and identifying suitable premises, as well as organising the removal and setting up the new premises in terms of equipment and utilities.
Key duties and responsibilities
Reporting to the Service Manager:
Education & experience
Days & hours of work: 12 hours per week to be worked over two days. It may be possible to undertake some duties from home. This possibility can be discussed with the Service Manager.
Place of work: Family Mediation Central Scotland, 80 Murray Place, Stirling, FK8 2BX
Rate of pay: £8,342 pa (pro rata for six months)
Family Mediation Central Scotland (FMCS) is looking to recruit Child Contact Supervisors. Successful applicants will be required to work at any one of our three child contact centres in Stirling, Falkirk and Alloa, according to client demand.
FMCS supports separated parents and their children in Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire by providing both Family Mediation and Child Contact Centre (CCC) services. CCCs are safe, comfortable places where children can spend time with the parent they no longer live with, and provide a solution for parents who find it difficult to arrange and manage contact themselves. Families using our Supervised Contact Service have usually been referred by the Sheriff Court or family law solicitors, and successful applicants will require to supervise contact sessions at any of our contact centres on a sessional basis, predominantly on Saturdays.
Role: You will be responsible for supervising contact visits for children with the parent (or other family member) they no longer live with on Saturdays (and possibly some weekdays). You will also prepare factual reports on such visits for the Sheriff Court, under the Service Manager’s guidance.
Key duties and responsibilities
Reporting to the Service Manager:
• Responsible for the smooth running of any visits you are involved in, ensuring safe contact.
• Observe and record anything of note during supervised contact sessions, then use these notes to compile factual, observational reports on the visits for the Sheriff Court.
• Ensure the safety and comfort of the children at all times.
• Manage the transfer of children from one parent to the other for (and after) each contact visit.
• Work with both parents equally, and minimise any conflict and tension around the contact.
• Liaise with Service Manager, and other CCC staff, on families using the Centre, including any special circumstances, and help implement strategies to address issues arising from visits.
• Maintain confidentiality and impartiality at all times.
Education & experience
• Qualification in a relevant subject – e.g. social work, childcare/Early Years, mediation, teaching, etc.
• Or two or more years’ experience of working with families and children (or people in conflict or distress).
Days & hours of work: Saturdays(with the possibility of other ad hoc work on other days). As this work is referral-led, we cannot guarantee a minimum number of hours per week or month). The exact pattern to be agreed with Service Manager, but the postholder will need to be flexible and able to work irregular hours and Saturdays, as required.
A fantastic opportunity has become available within the fundraising function of Alzheimer Scotland to support the Stakeholder Engagement team to deliver significant income from a variety of different income streams and sustain our mission to ensure nobody faces dementia alone.
The appointment is home based. There will be a requirement to attend office premises, as well as a requirement for attendance over several locations from time to time for specific purposes, as directed.
The Stakeholder Engagement Administrator will often be the first point of contact for external stakeholders, so we are looking for someone who is passionate about delivering first class supporter care, making this as efficient as possible. You will be integral in creating a meaningful exchange with our most valued new and existing supporters.
You will take ownership of the fundraising database and be responsible for the management of our merchandise and stock so organisational skills are paramount to this role. We want someone who is a process fanatic and can complete reports and tasks to a high standard.
In the role you will need to exhibit a collaborative approach to working with the Stakeholder Engagement team, supporting Leads on key projects and administrative tasks, as well as other internal and external stakeholders. You will play an instrumental role in the success of our activities and will use your initiative and creativity to solve problems and pre-empt team needs.
We are looking for someone with a with a can-do attitude who can thrive within a fast-paced, varied environment. You will be well versed in working independently, a self-starter with meticulous attention to detail. Successful applicants will have a positive approach to dementia, along with excellent communication skills and a caring attitude. A willingness to learn and participate in training, will also be expected.
Film Access Scotland is the national sector development body which represents Film Access organisations and practitioners across Scotland. Its members use film as an expressive tool to unlock the potential of individuals, groups and communities to bring about positive and lasting social change. Members use film and filmmaking to change lives by developing personal, social and technical skills, improving employability outcomes and focussing on health and wellbeing. They work with young people, adult learners, schools, communities and film talent through high-quality, inclusive and accessible learning, training and production programmes. Current member organisations include Screen Education Edinburgh, Station House Media Unit (shmu), Plantation Productions, GMAC Film, and Media Education.
Administrator/Project Assistant, Film Access Scotland
The Administrator/Project Assistant is responsible for supporting the Chief Executive and Development Manager in the administrative function of Film Access Scotland, supporting both the organisation and its membership, as well as providing support to other Film Access Scotland projects.
In the administrative function the role will provide robust administrative services for Film Access Scotland, be the first point of contact for enquiries, and support an efficient, well-organised and connected membership organisation. In the project assistant function the role will provide assistance to Film Access Scotland projects, assisting Project Managers and member organisations in the coordination of national Film Access projects.
To support our range of projects you will help coordinate and assist with project activities, resources, equipment and information. This will range from assisting in organising training and events, to liaising and communicating with film tutors, external organisations and Film Access Scotland member organisations, to processing online submissions.
You will be based in Scotland, with remote working initially likely, with office space working at one of the Film Access Scotland member organisations, subject to Government guidance. The role may possibly include some travelling across Scotland.
This is a full-time, fixed term contract for two years with possible extension on confirmation of funding. The salary is £20,000 – 22,000 p/a pro rata.
The Patient Rights (Scotland) Act was passed in February 2011. The Act created the Patient Advice and Support Service (PASS) to promote awareness of patient rights and responsibilities, to assist people to deal with issues affecting their health and wellbeing and to provide advice and support to those wishing to give feedback or comments, or raise concerns or complaints about NHS care received.
Purpose of the Post:
Patient Advisers will work with the Citizens Advice bureau/x in their local health board area and will also contribute to services provided throughout Scotland via a national PASS telephone advice line and by e mail and webchat via a national PASS website. The Patient Adviser will provide direct advice and information to clients; support bureaux volunteers to deliver information and advice relevant to the service; produce performance and monitoring reports; assist with the marketing and promotion of the service; and liaise with external organisations in order to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of PASS.
FetLor Youth Club is a busy and thriving youth centre in the north of Edinburgh. The Club welcomes over 300 young people every week to enjoy a range of clubs and activities. The Administration and Finance Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of FetLor Youth Club’s building and services for young people.
We are keen to recruit an Finance & Administration Manager who will help us grow as an organisation and support our values and ambitions.
The post holder is principally responsible for the smooth running of the Museum’s support functions, including inbound communications (mail and telephone), maintenance of office equipment, maintenance of personnel attendance and pay records and maintenance of accounting records, including the fundraising database.
The post holder is also responsible for providing administrative support to allocated Regimental functions, including the Ball, Dinner Club and Thin Red Line magazine.
The post holder is further responsible for providing administrative support to the Regimental Association in conjunction with the Secretary and Treasurer of the Regimental Association.
A full Job Description is available for download below.
This is a new post being created as a result of recent growth, to provide administrative support to our two Heads of Services. Cyrenians has a diverse portfolio of 25 services working with individuals, families and communities to tackle the causes and consequences of homelessness. Heads of Services, as members of the Leadership Team, play a key role in delivering on our corporate strategy.
The Coordinator will support two Heads of Services to carry out their role by providing assistance with a range of administrative and organisational tasks to enable them to effectively and efficiently respond to, and move between, their range of priorities.
We are looking for a dynamic individual who will, with the direction and support of the Heads of Services, carry out all Coordinator tasks and responsibilities in a professional and efficient manner, and in line with our values.
You will be highly organised, at ease working with minimum supervision, and have the ability to multitask and prioritise effectively to meet deadlines.
You should have a creative approach, excellent communication skills, an eye for detail, and confidence to work across a range of platforms.
The ideal candidate will have proven administrative experience and passion for working across services, be motivated by our cause and have the ability to demonstrate Cyrenians’ values of compassion, respect, integrity and innovation in the work that you do.
Cyrenians is a charity working towards a society that truly values and includes all. Our Vision is of an inclusive society in which we all have the opportunities to live valued and fulfilled lives. We work to make that vision a reality through our mission to stop homelessness by supporting people excluded from family, home, work or community on their life journey.