Home-Start Renfrewshire & Inverclyde have an exciting opportunity for an Administration Assistant to join their growing service in Inverclyde.
Home-Start Renfrewshire and Inverclyde promotes the welfare of families with at least one young child under 5, helping to build strong families and prevent family breakdown. The successful candidate will be based in Greenock and will provide operational administrative support for Home-Start’s Inverclyde service. You will have administration experience in a work related capacity together with excellent IT and communication skills.
• Provide all aspects of administrative support for a small, dynamic and fast paced organisation.
• Conduct all data input as required for the purpose of the role.
• Contribute to social media administration and input.
• Support the Family Support Co-ordinators in the recruitment and administration of our volunteers and volunteer training.
• Maintain accurate records.
• Administer petty cash and expenses in line with our procedures and maintain accurate records.
• Assist and support the Senior Coordinator in all office management requirements.
• Any other duties that that required to fulfil the needs of the organisation.
Move On works with disadvantaged people, supporting them to achieve positive change in their lives and preventing homelessness. From our four bases in Glasgow and Edinburgh we provide a range of services including: training, community based intensive support, employability, mentoring, volunteering opportunities, guidance, advice and information.
Move On has a growing turnover and staff team and is increasingly operating a more complex social enterprise service delivery model.
We require an enthusiastic and experienced person to ensure the efficient and effective running of Move On's financial, administrative and HR systems, enabling the organisation to deliver greatest possible impact for service users and volunteers.
Leading a small team of three part time staff, you will have responsibility for Move On’s day to day financial systems, preparation and processing of monthly payroll, as well as preparation of management accounts. Working with the Executive Director you will also prepare budgets, forecasts and annual audit information.
This is an adoption leave cover post with an anticipated start date in early October, for an initial period of nine months with possible extension.
You will have excellent organisational and communication skills, a commitment to Move On’s values, be a self-starter, bring relevant experience to the role and experience of working with volunteers and disadvantaged people.
Our mission at Victim Support Scotland is to ensure that those affected by crime receive high quality support that will help them to recover from their experiences. We want victims and witnesses to be at the heart of everything we do so they have improved health and well-being, feel safer, more secure and informed and that we are an effective organisation, that makes a lasting difference. We aim to do this by adhering to our own organisational values of being supportive, striving for excellence and offering personalised and accessible services and these are reflected in the behaviours expected of all staff and volunteers.
Reporting directly to a Locality Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring, within your Service(s), that VSS’s local service development and delivery plan is being implemented within your geographical area(s). Service delivery is provided by a team of skilled and knowledgeable volunteers, you will be responsible for planning their deployment to ensure that the service delivered meets the desired outcomes of victims and witnesses of crime, our service users. Responsible for all aspects of a volunteer engagement with VSS at your services, including recruitment, induction, learning and development, ongoing performance management and support. Contributing to business planning and co-ordination ensuring that continuous learning takes place to monitor that the outcomes of service users are being met, as well as partnership work with external organisations in the area.
This role will be based in Dundee however, you will need to be flexible and have the ability to travel across the Tayside region as required.
This role will be subject to a PVG check.
Age Scotland is the national charity for older people. We work to improve the lives of everyone over the age of 50 so that they can love later life.
We support and enable hundreds of community and older people’s groups across Scotland. We provide information, friendship and advice through our free helpline and publications. We tackle loneliness and isolation with our Community Connecting Service and much more.
We work in Scotland with older people’s groups who provide vital activities and services for older people in their local community. We campaign on the issues that older people tell us are important to them.
Age Scotland has an exciting opportunity for a Project Assistant to join the Veterans’ Project Team as part of Scotland’s Unforgotten Forces partnership.
This project enables Age Scotland to play a key coordination role in the Unforgotten Forces partnership delivering information, advice, training and physical activity opportunities for older veterans and training for community groups and organisations.
This is a fixed term post, funded through to 31st March 2023, with possible extension.
The post will be a blend of office based (in Edinburgh) and home based work but there will be some requirement for you to travel throughout Scotland and occasionally the wider UK.
Due to the Covid outbreak in the UK, we have adapted our way of working in an effort to ensure the ongoing delivery of services, while minimising risk to our employees. Depending on guidance from the Scottish Government regarding the lifting of lockdown restrictions, this role may initially be completely home based, incorporating office work and face to face contact when it is safe to do so.
Veterans Housing Scotland is the operational name of the Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, a Scottish Charity, which together with its sister organisation, the Scottish Garden City Housing Society Ltd, provides housing to disabled military veterans in Scotland. Founded in 1915, we are one of Scotland’s oldest military housing charities.
We are seeking to appoint a lettings administrator to join the property team and support the evolution of the charity’s property management function in conjunction with the charity’s enthusiastic plans for implementing considerable change and growth in an organisation that has served Scotland’s Veterans community for over 100 years.
This is an exciting and hands-on position that will require the confidence, ability, and skills and be able to work in a small team and provide support to a busy charity with over 650 properties in Scotland.
A full Job Description is available for download below.
All Citizens Advice Bureaux in Scotland must comply with the Scottish Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux Membership Scheme which sets out the quality assurance standards to which all bureaux are expected to operate. The Citizens Advice Scotland Quality Assurance team are responsible for auditing all bureaux against these standards and reporting to the Association’s Membership Standards Committee. The audit process consists of two parts:
• Quality of Advice Assessment which assesses the quality of advice and information provided by bureaux at the point of delivery and ensures that all bureaux in Scotland meet a minimum standard of service, in terms of the process of advice giving, and the actual technical accuracy of that advice.
• Organisational Audit which examines the written policies and procedures provided by the bureau together with other evidence gathered through interviews with bureau paid staff, volunteers and governing body representatives.
The successful delivery of the SACAB Membership Scheme audit programme requires centralised co-ordination. This role will be allocated responsibility for the co-ordination of the Quality of Advice Assessment programme, ensuring successful delivery and development where appropriate.
As a Quality of Advice Assessment Co-ordinator you will be involved in co-ordinating Citizens Advice Scotland staff and local bureaux to enable effective delivery of the quarterly Quality of Advice monitoring schedule, as well as supporting the Citizens Advice Scotland Quality Assurance team by providing specialist administrative support.
This is a key role in the operation of membership scheme quality of advice assessment function.
*This role is normally based in our Edinburgh office. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, all CAS staff are currently working from home and we would therefore expect the successful candidate would be required to work from home initially. Re-opening our offices will be carefully planned and managed in accordance with the latest Scottish Government guidance and public health advice. Candidates should be prepared to work from home initially, but be aware that attendance at the normal office base will be required in future. We are currently reviewing our home working policy in response to the COVID-19 crisis and ongoing opportunities to work from home can be discussed with the successful candidate at offer stage.
Citizens Advice Scotland offers excellent terms and conditions, including a total of 40 days leave (including public holidays) and a pension scheme with an 8% employer contribution. We have a flexitime scheme which enables our employees to work flexibly in line with organisational requirements, and as an inclusive employer we are happy to consider other flexible working arrangements where appropriate.
The SPSO is the final stage for complaints about organisations providing public services in Scotland. From 2021 we will be taking on a new function as Independent National Whistleblowing Officer (INWO). The INWO will have two key functions:
• to set out model whistleblowing Standards for NHS organisations to investigate whistleblowing concerns; and
• to investigate escalated and complex whistleblowing concerns, including an examination of the decision making and outcomes of the original investigation.
Working with the INWO Team Manager and INWO Complaints Reviewers, you will play a pivotal role as the first point of contact, handling incoming enquiries and providing relevant advice and guidance to whistleblowers, NHS authorities and any others accessing the service. The INWO Team Officer ensures the effective running of the service by providing administrative support, assisting with case management, co-ordinating team activities and contributing to the overall office support function.
To be successful in this role, you will have a minimum of two years’ experience of working in a frontline, customer-facing role. You will have excellent communication skills, strong administrative and organisational skills and a sharp attention to detail.
Job role: To provide a safe, secure accommodation for women and any accompanying children who are at risk of domestic abuse.
Adult and Child PVG scheme membership will be required.
Children 1st work to give every child in Scotland a safe and secure childhood. We achieve this by providing direct services to vulnerable children and their families across Scotland.
Raising funds is essential to ensuring we can deliver support for children and families. Children 1st is looking to expand its skilled and successful fundraising team, with three exciting new roles to help deliver on its ambitious three year fundraising strategy.
The Supporter Care Team provides a ‘first point of contact’ for fundraising supporters of the charity. The team supports the fundraising department by processing payments, reconciling income, arranging for supporters to be thanked properly, ensuring data is accurate and up to date, and fulfilling supporter requests. We need someone who is focused, organised, and has a keen eye for detail.
If you are looking to start a career in fundraising, have operations or customer service experience and a passion for supporting Scotland’s children - we want to hear from you!
In return you will be offered a competitive salary, 40 days annual leave inclusive of 9 days public holidays, flexible working opportunities, a contributory pension scheme and generous maternity/adoption and paternity leave benefits.
This is a permanent, full time role of 35 hours per week.
Are you someone that enjoys a fast paced, varied role? We are looking for someone who is proactive, detail oriented and team-minded to join the Future Pathways Team.
We are looking for a Senior Administrator who will provide high level support to the Alliance Manager and the Alliance Leadership Team, ensuring that board and governance activities are run efficiently.
Having mastered the art of balancing competing priorities and coordination projects and with knowledge of business administration, you will combine strong project management with excellent oral and written communication skills.
An experienced administrator, you will have good judgement and be trusted to work with autonomy and flexibility. Known for our collaborative approach, you will join a warm, committed team that takes a relational approach to achieving our strategic aims.
Flexibility in work hours is required. Hours will be worked flexibly Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
Further information is included in or application pack.