ELGT is looking to appoint an Interim Finance & Office Manager to have responsibility for the management of financial and accounting functions and to assist the Chief Executive in the smooth and efficient operation of the Trust. You will be responsible for all aspects of the administration of the Trust, whilst ensuring that the office is run cost effectively in compliance with legal obligations.
We are looking for a suitably experienced and enthusiastic self-starter, with an excellent track record of managing a modern office environment and ability to maintain all areas of responsibility, including finance, HR, IT and general administration.
You will be responsible for the smooth running of the DofE Scotland office base, managing a small highly motivated team covering admin, local stakeholder events and specific local policy needs. You will also support the Scotland Director on the achievement of wider strategic and business aims and work closely with the Scotland Operations Managers to support the effective running of DofE operations across the country.
What we are looking for:
We are looking for a highly organised team player that shares our commitment to the transformational power of youth work. You will be joining an enthusiastic, skilled and creative team, based across Scotland, committed to an ambitious delivery plan.
We offer excellent staff benefits including a competitive salary, generous pension contribution, flexible working and an employee assistance programme.
Appointment to this position will be subject to a satisfactory PVG check.
We are seeking an experienced administrator to support our Take Control team. You should have at least 2 years relevant experience providing administrative support in a busy office environment. This role requires a high level of communication and computer skills, and you should be able to work on your own initiative.
Posts are funded for 3 years.
Please note that initially you will be required to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
These post will require PVG scheme membership.
· 25 days annual leave increasing to 30 days after 5 years
· 12½ public holidays
· 6% Pension contribution
· Employee discount scheme
· Death in Service Benefit
The SPSO is the final stage for complaints about organisations providing public services in Scotland. We investigate complaints across a wide range of sectors including councils, the NHS, housing associations, most water and sewerage providers, the Scottish Government and its agencies and departments, colleges and universities, prisons, and most Scottish public bodies.
We are recruiting for an Investigations Team Officer to provide support to Managers and Complaints Reviewers to deliver an efficient, accurate complaints investigations service. The post-holder will provide support to the Investigation Team Managers and Head of Investigations, assisting with the administration of case management, statistical reporting, coordinating team activities and contributing to SPSO’s overall support function.
To be successful in this role, you will have a minimum of two years of administration experience, and will be able to demonstrate strong administration, PA and secretarial skills as well as strong customer service and organisation skills.
Talented Production Manager with a social conscience, for a small ethical agency making video, animation and digital design.
Location: We’re in Glasgow. If you’re not, we will consider candidates based elsewhere who could work remotely.
Flexibility: We’re open to flexible working, flexitime, compressed hours, a mix of working in the office and WFH. This job might suit a parent, someone with caring responsibilities, or anyone who wants redress their work/life balance
Skills and experience:We need someone with skills and experience; but aptitude is more important than formal qualifications. If you’ve had an unusual or interrupted career path, but you can persuade us that your skills are transferable to this role, get in touch.
We positively value diversity, so we specially welcome applications from people under-represented in our industry.
media co-op is a well-established ethical business based in Glasgow, running successfully since 2004. We work exclusively for the Third Sector and Public Sector, on communications projects to promote social justice.
We make non-broadcast video and animation, social media content, graphic design, digital design, and occasional TV documentaries on social issues.
We’re a busy office with many concurrent projects at different stages of production.
Ideally January 2022, but negotiable.
You might be a Production Manager in a corporate video company, or a factual indie company.
You might be a very experienced Production Coordinator, ready to step up.
You might have an admin or management role in a charity, and a strong interest in comms and video.
We’re looking for a new colleague who has a demonstrable commitment to social justice. That could be through your professional work, or volunteering for a charity or a campaign.
We are looking for a Production Manager with flair, expertise, creativity and enthusiasm in:
• Fluency in digital tools eg MS Excel, Google Docs, Slack, using a macbook
• Excellent negotiating skills
• Critical thinker/problem solver
• Excellent organisational and time-management skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Working on own initiative and organising own workflow
• And personal integrity
A full Job Description is available for download below.
We are pleased to offer an opportunity for an organised and experienced individual, with an eye for detail and excellent interpersonal skills, to join Helensburgh & Lomond Carers (SCIO), as an Office Administrator at the Carers Centre in Helensburgh.
Helensburgh & Lomond Carers is an independent Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, governed by our own trustees, and we have been supporting unpaid carers for over 20 years. We offer a wide range of services to young and adult carers, living in our area, who provide help and support to a partner, child, relative, friend or neighbour, who could not manage without their help due to age, physical or mental illness, addiction, or disability. Our charitable purpose is to help carers manage and sustain their role in a way that does not have a negative impact on their own health and wellbeing.
You will work with the other members of our staff team (currently comprising 7 people) and be exposed to all aspects of our work, playing a critical role, in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of our services, through the provision of information, administrative and clerical support, within the Carers Centre. You will have responsibilities in respect of the Charity’s website and social media platforms. You will become a central contact point for our carers, staff, volunteers and external partners, and have excellent communication skills and a flexible and professional approach to work.
VOCAL is the Voice of Carers across Lothian, a Scottish charity run by carers and for carers since 1994. We’re looking for an Administration Assistant to join the team at our busy Midlothian Carer Centre in Eskbank.
Working closely with VOCAL’s lead officers, the administrator will play an important role supporting the day to day administration of the organisation, making administrative processes operate smoothly and efficiently and contributing to a seamless provision of carer support.
Applicants will have experience in a comparable position and be able to demonstrate excellent administration and IT skills as well as data entry experience.
Applicants will be passionate about delivering good client/customer service and ensuring all carers receive a warm welcome when contacting the centre.
The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing support to ensure the efficient running of the charity. The successful candidate will carry out a range of tasks underpinning GAU’s work with Afghan people in Scotland and facilitating successful integration through education, skill-building, mental health and wellbeing, cultural and sporting activities in a culturally-sensitive manner.
The Service Greenwich WDP is an integrated community substance misuse and wellbeing service in Greenwich. We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and passionate Administrator/Receptionist to contribute to the success of this service. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a busy service in a vibrant borough. WDP is committed to the ongoing professional development of all our staff. Through joining WDP, you will receive a warm welcome, peer support, extensive training, regular supervision and the chance to thrive in a lively and aspirational organisation.
The successful candidate must be committed, reliable, hardworking and highly motivated. It would be advantageous if you have experience of working with substance misuse and related health and wellbeing issues. You must be multi-tasking and solution focused and able to work in a fast paced often demanding environment. The role is varied from day to day: face to face and telephone reception duties, general administration tasks; reporting maintenance issues, referral data recording and inputting, monitoring stock and replenishment, liaising with external professionals, supporting other team members with adhoc administration tasks, clinical administration, minute taking (business and clinical), managing petty cash and other finance/ordering systems, assisting with Health & Safety and CQC compliance. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a large and busy team contributing to the overall success of the Greenwich service.
NB. You will be expected to provide one evening cover per week when service delivery is able to return to normal post COVID (later start time applied for those days i.e. 12-8pm)
To see the generous range of benefits we offer at WDP – including health and wellbeing initiatives, financial perks and development opportunities – visit our Benefits Package.
WDP Greenwich. This role will be located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich (821 Woolwich Road,) providing a service across the whole borough but based in Charlton. You may be required to work from a number of satellite services throughout Greenwich Borough. The nearest train stations are Charlton, Woolwich Dockyard and North Greenwich Station.
Why should you apply?
YouthLink Scotland is looking to appoint a Grants Administrator to support the administration of our grant programmes in line with contractual obligations. The candidate should be customer focused with good interpersonal skills and competent in the use of SharePoint, Access, Excel, Word and PowerPoint are essential.
This is a one year fixed term contract (with potential for extension). The starting salary is £23,303. The company offers a 9.5% non-contributory pension scheme. The post will involve hybrid working between YouthLink Scotland offices in Edinburgh and home working. The normal working week is 35 hours. By its nature, the post will sometimes require work to be undertaken during evenings and weekends. Annual holiday entitlement is 25 days plus 12 public holidays. YouthLink Scotland is an equal opportunities employer