Exciting times! get2gether has just celebrated its 7th birthday and we believe we’ve achieved a lot – we organise social opportunities for adults with disabilities in Edinburgh and the Lothians and our membership is growing. Thanks to continued funding from the National Lottery and Scottish Government our future is secure until at least March 2021.
As Edinburgh Events Co-ordinator, you will be organising a range of ‘ordinary’ events in ‘ordinary’ places in co-production with our members. You’ll be attending and facilitating these events (including evenings and weekends). You will work closely with our Ambassadors, Events Team and members, encouraging them towards greater independence.
The successful candidate will demonstrate
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.
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).
To assist in all activities associated with Older & Active in East Kilbride.
Glasgow Riding for the Disabled are looking to employ a Volunteer Coordinator/Admin Assistant for their Centre based in Summerston, Glasgow. This post will be 20 hours over 5 days with a degree of flexibility (some evening/weekend work may be required). Salary £16,380 per annum (pro rata)
To develop, expand and retain the numbers of volunteers at The Glasgow Group of Riding for the Disabled. The post holder will be responsible for all aspects of the day to day delivery of volunteering opportunities for The Glasgow Group of the Riding for the Disabled Association.
We’re looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator to join our busy team working in the centre of Edinburgh. Recent payroll experience, working knowledge of RTI, excellent customer service skills and the ability to work to strict deadlines are essential skills required for this role. Flexible working, defined contribution pension and other benefits available.
For over 30 years Gorgie City Farm has operated as a successful community-owned initiative based in the west of Edinburgh. We’re a working farm and visitor attraction aiming to bring the sights, sounds, and smells of farming into the city through our wide range of animals and plants. As part of this we aim to educate children and adults about farming and food production, and promote social inclusion by providing a host of volunteering opportunities, often for those with disabilities or problematic backgrounds.
We’re now looking for a new Volunteering Administrator to join our team and assist the Volunteer Manager in the recruitment, induction, co-ordination and support of our volunteers at the Farm. A farming background isn’t needed - we’re looking for a self-starter with good IT skills, strong administration and organisational skills to help us secure Gorgie City Farm’s excellent reputation within the City.
Re-advertisement with revised qualification requirements.
Can you lead a thriving community organisation to bring care, love and laughter to local peoples’ lives?
We’re seeking an inspirational leader with strong organisational skills, solid financial management experience, and a social or health care background, to provide day to day management and administration of The Open Door, a local charity promoting inclusion in South Edinburgh.
About The Open Door
We support vulnerable older people to have fun with friends, and remain as active and independent as possible, through our social clubs and registered day care services. We provide a welcoming space for people who may be feeling lonely or isolated to chat and linger over a hot drink or light lunch in our community cafe. We enable people of diverse ages, abilities and backgrounds to contribute to their local community through volunteering in our day care services, community café and other projects.
We are proud of reputation for delivering high quality care and support services. We were awarded “Grade 5 – Very Good” for all categories in our last inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
We were founded in 1982 by a retired nurse, Peggy Hunter, and are well-supported by the community with over 50 individuals volunteering with The Open Door every fortnight.
ARK is a major provider of Housing, Care and Support to people with long term and enduring conditions such as learning disability, mental health issues, dementia and autism. Our aim is to ensure that those who use our services get the very best out of ARK to enable them to live a good life.
An exciting opportunity has arisen working as a temporary HR Recruitment Assistant based in ARK’s Edinburgh Office.
The position holder will report to the HR Business Partner and will be responsible for providing comprehensive & professional service within the HR team. You will work as part of a team to deliver high quality HR Service to the business in line with Ark’s Policies & Procedures and Safer Recruitment Guidelines.
In this new role you will be responsible for the end to end recruitment process for both temporary and permanent roles ensuring that the processes fit the need of the business and are consistently applied to meet Safer Recruitment Guidelines.
You will be the first point of contact for all ARK managers in relation to recruitment and develop innovative, compliant and appropriate recruitment methods which meet the resource deployment targets for all ARK Services.
You will develop and implement improvements to recruitment practices, procedures and processes in line with ARK’s P&Ps and Safer recruitment Guidelines. In this role you will have the opportunity to liaise with external business’ such as local Colleges to build relationships to allow ARK to offer student placements to students who are on courses related to the Services ARK provide, as well as supporting Managers to arrange and attend recruitment fairs in their local areas.
As well as providing Recruitment support to the organisation you will be required to Support other areas of Organisational Development.
You will have previous experience of working within a busy department, and excellent IT Skills particularly Word, Excel, Access & Outlook.
A relevant qualification at SCQF level 7 (HNC/SVQ3) or above;
Equivalent knowledge acquired by other means (this will not apply where there are externally specified qualifications for the post e.g. SSSC).
In return we offer a range of benefits.
Migrant Help is a leading charity that has been established for over 50 years and delivers a range of support and advice services to migrants across the UK. Our vision is for a global society that protects migrants, treats them with respect and enables them to become successful members of their communities.
We are currently recruiting for an Administrator within our regional Glasgow office.
This vacancy is open to internal and external candidates.
The scope of the role is to provide professional administration support for Asylum Help and assist the Regional Operations Manager and team colleagues with their day-to-day work in the provision of Asylum Help. The post-holder will contribute to the overall success of the Organisation in accordance with Migrant Help's aims and objectives.
It is key that the successful candidate has good organisational skills in order to maintain an efficient up to date filing and monitoring of systems. Diaries for appointments for the completion of various forms will also need to be maintained and circulated to appropriate members of the team. Answering the office telephone in a professional manner and relaying messages to the team in a timely manner will also be a key responsibility for the successful candidate. Minutes of team meetings, daily briefings and external partnership meetings as and when required. Administrative support should also be provided to other colleagues when required.
The Administrator posts require OISC Level 1 competence (or a willingness to achieve it) and is subject to an enhanced DBS check and a Counter Terrorism check.