The Life Changes Trust wishes to appoint an experienced Funding Manager within the Trust’s Care Experienced Young People Programme. For more information about the Programme please see lifechangestrust.org.uk.
It is essential that the successful candidate has significant experience of high quality funding administration. Reporting to the Programme Director you will work as part of the wider Trust team to ensure that funding management is well integrated with evaluation and influencing work.
Although working with the Care Experienced Young People programme in the first instance, you may be required to work across both programmes (Care Experienced Young People and Dementia) at a later stage in the Trust’s life. The Life Changes Trust is a time-limited organisation working until March 2023.
The ideal candidate will be reflective with excellent analytical skills, be beneficiary/customer focused with a willingness to acquire knowledge of the issues facing care experienced young people and people affected by dementia.
ESS is based in Edinburgh and works with the third sector and funders so they can measure and report on their impact.
The post leads ESS’s finance and administration functions. You should have strong experience of book keeping, budgeting and financial reporting and be able to use (or quickly pick up) QuickBooks. You will have experience of supporting a small office to run smoothly including database and IT management. You enjoy working flexibly and collaboratively in a small team.
The Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh are looking to fill two Administration Assistant roles which support the running of the central functions of the Curia.
The first role supports the Safeguarding service with a focus on processing of PVG applications and related Safeguarding administration.
The second role supports the Chancery and the processing of marriage dispensations, statistical returns and sponsor licences.
You must be an experienced administrator with a high level of attention to detail; able to work with minimal supervision and on own initiative while maintaining confidentiality. Strong IT skills and an ability to prioritise work will be key to success in the role.
The roles are based at the Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh EH9 1BB.
Carr Gomm are currently looking to recruit a Community Project Practitioner to work with people recovering from ill mental health and addiction in our innovative Rosebank Garden Service in Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire.
Rosebank Garden is an allotment based service that uses a range of activities to provide opportunities for people to learn new skills, enjoy working in the outdoors, meet new friends and further their own recovery.
The activities are primarily horticulture based and can involve the following; garden planning digging, planting, sowing, weeding and harvesting. There is also the opportunity for people to learn through group activities such as Arts & Crafts, SMART Recovery, Mindfulness, Music and Cooking.
We are looking for candidates who have experience in at least one of the following areas: training, group work, community gardening, community development, mental health or addictions work. A key responsibility of this post will be to support the Project Leader with the administration of the service in particular to ensure all records and processes are kept up to date.
Being able to engage in a person centred and outcomes focused way with people who attend the service, helping them make personal plans, having an interest in gardening and the capacity to work doing gardening outdoors is critical to this post.
The Holiday Care Lodge has a unique and exciting opportunity for a Care Team Leader to join our team within the Badaguish Centre. This is the perfect role for individuals currently working within the residential care sector looking to take the next step in their career.
Situated in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains near Aviemore, the Badaguish Centre promotes outdoor activity holidays for individuals with disabilities by providing accessible and affordable accommodation, facilities and services. The lodge provides fun, sociable and safe short breaks for people living with learning disabilities and those who have more complex care and support needs.
Our Care Team Leader will have a responsibility to lead, supervise and support their team to strive for the highest quality experience for our guests. This will include delivering a high quality supportive, domestic and homely experience and also organising and participating fully in an active and enjoyable outdoor activity holiday programme in the most exciting outdoor environment in the UK.
They will have a responsibility to assist the Care Manager with the smooth day to day running of Badaguish Holiday Care Lodge. To assist with planning and co-ordinating all operational requirements of the Holiday Care Programme. This will include deputising in the Care Manager’s absence.
A successful Care Team Leader will have a responsibility to assist with maintenance of all related administrative tasks including performance monitoring and record keeping for compliance with Care Inspectorate, Health & Safety, and Quality Assurance.
Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate the following:
International Voluntary Service (IVS) is a peace organisation working for the sustainable development of local and global communities throughout the world. We are a leading charity which has existed since 1931, involving volunteers in international exchanges at home and abroad.
Over the past two years we have undertaken a review of our projects here in the UK and overseas and we are now looking to recruit an administrator to support the long-term development of our volunteering programmes. The post holder will support the team to carry out the administrative aspects of volunteer management on both short-term and long-term international volunteering projects. The successful candidate will need to be highly organised, reliable and with strong attention to detail.
A full Job Description is available for download below.
Ronald McDonald House Glasgow provides accommodation for families with seriously ill children receiving care in the Royal Hospital for Children Glasgow and other hospitals in the West of Scotland. Families stay free of charge in the 31 bedroomed House and there is no time limit on the accommodation – once a family is allocated a room it is theirs until their child is discharged from hospital. For families with a sick child the house is a fantastic haven at a stressful time when their child’s stay in hospital requires them to be close by.
To support the smooth financial operations of the Ronald McDonald House Glasgow in its aim of providing free ‘home away from home’ support for families with long-term and critically ill children.
The Scottish Fair Trade Forum is looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to work in our small team supporting Fair Trade activity across Scotland to benefit producers across the developing world.
The Forum is looking for an Administrative Assistant to ensure efficient systems and support in its office. The role is part-time. The successful candidate will work closely with the staff team to provide administrative support throughout many aspects of our work.
To support us with the implementation of our new people strategy, we’re looking to appoint an experienced HR professional for a period of 12 months. If you are CIPD qualified (or working towards) with generalist HR experience and excellent interpersonal, influencing and organisational skills – we’d like to hear from you!
We are currently looking for a Finance and Administration officer who will be responsible for the overall financial management (planning, budgeting, accounting and reporting) and administration of the National Mining Museum Scotland. This includes working with the Chief Executive to ensure the accurate preparation and maintenance of financial records for the Trust, and providing effective and efficient administrative support for the National Mining Museum Scotland’s Board, stakeholders and staff. This positional will be full time (35 hours) with a salary of £20,500.