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A key member of the Commission’s management team, the Head of Corporate Services leads the delivery of our corporate services, organisational administration and business management, supporting the Commission to achieve its strategic and operational objectives.
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Role - Executive Assistant to our Chief Executive - Karyn McCluskey.
This job includes; diary management, planning and scheduling Karyn’s meetings, speaking events, travel arrangements and providing admin support to the CJS Board. The person for this role needs to be fantastic at organising, be able to work on own initiative, have a desire to learn about Community Justice and the wider sector, be confident in communication, both written and verbal, have great admin skills with a strong attention to detail - and most of all be up for a challenge!
We would love to hear why you would be suitable for the role. Please fill in an application form explaining why you want the job, what you would bring to the role and what you are passionate about.
Find out more about Community Justice Scotland here
Celtic FC Foundation is looking to recruit two Events Executives. Reporting to the Events Manager, the successful applicants will be responsible for the day-to-day co-ordination of the fundraising events/initiatives and supporter fundraising portfolio. This will include meeting income generation targets, the identification and development of new opportunities and the maintenance and extension of existing support.
Key accountabilities will include:
Skills and Experience required:
Applicants should have at least two years’ demonstrable experience in fundraising or sales, experience of coordinating events and initiatives and dealing with the public or working in a client facing role. The successful candidates will possess excellent interpersonal and written / verbal communication skills and outstanding persuasion, negotiation and influencing skills. They will have strong networking abilities and planning, organisational and administrative skills. Candidates must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office or XP software applications and a full UK driving licence.
A relevant qualification in fundraising, sales or event management is also desirable.
The role will require a flexible approach to working hours, with some evening and weekend working being required.
The Friends of Loch Lomond is seeking to appoint a part time Support Officer who will be an experienced administrator with a proactive attitude to work with the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park’s only independent conservation and heritage charity. The position is currently based in the National Park offices in Balloch.
For over 40 years we have been working to protect and nurture the special qualities of the National Park, promote and celebrate its natural and cultural heritage, and provide support to make the National Park a better place for people and nature. We currently are active on a number of fronts and this post involves supporting a Board of voluntary trustees with the delivery of an interesting and diverse range of programmes and activities.
Use of a car will be required for this post on an occasional basis.
The Support Officer role will include:
· General administrative duties including email & telephone enquiries and taking minutes of meetings
· Manage and update financial, member contact and statistical information in MS Access and other MS Office applications
· Maintain positive contact with Friends of OUR park visitor giving scheme members, business supporters and including collection of monies raised.
· Assist with press and marketing activities to promote the Friends activities including the Friends of OUR park visitor giving scheme
· Regular updates and maintenance of the project award files, the Friends’ website and Facebook posts
· Assist with compilation and distribution of ‘OUR park’ newsletter updates,
· ‘The Voice’ magazine and news releases;
· Identifying and making contact with potential individual members and businesses as directed
· Assist with all aspects of OUR park and Friends events – these include volunteer / fundraising events, scheme member events and meetings.
Strath Union are looking for an adviser to provide a professional, confidential and accurate wellbeing-related advice and support service, particularly around housing, finance and benefits advice and advocacy, to University of Strathclyde students, developing the quality & impact of advocacy and advice for our members.
For full details please see the attached job description or click on the link below to apply
LINKnet Mentoring Limited is based in Edinburgh and provides mentoring support to minority ethnic people on career, education and personal development as its core service. The post holder will be responsible for some developmental and some admin aspects of the “Open Arms-LINKnet” project sponsored by Big Lottery Community Fund which aims to address the issues of loss, isolation and loneliness of minority ethnic women.
This is a female only post under paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.
Job aspects: To do out-reach work to promote Open Arms- project to befriendees/mentees and befrienders/mentors. In addition, the post holder will make suitable service pairs, manage, monitor and evaluate progress and organise various community activities. (full job description is available as part of the recruitment pack).
3D Drumchapel is a local charity that has been making a difference in the lives of children and families for over 22 years by providing support, strengthening relationships and empowering families to make positive change.
We are currently looking for a skilled and passionate individual to fill our vacancy to facilitate office administration, finance duties and deliver receptionist duties.
Skills & experience required include:
Bright Light is a Member of Relationships Scotland, regulated by COSCA. Established in 1947, based in the centre of Edinburgh’s New Town, we launched our new name on 29th February 2016 as Bright Light Relationship Counselling as this accurately reflects our energy as a professional counselling health and wellbeing organisation and the wider range of services we provide. – we are no longer predominantly couple counselling. A meteor streaked through the skies of Scotland the night of we launched Bright Light. Hopefully a good omen.
Relationships are what matter most to us all and at Bright Light relationship counselling we help over 6000 people living in Edinburgh and the Lothians per year get the most out of the relationships that they recognise matter most to them – we support individual people, couples, children of all ages, grandparents, siblings, kinship carers, adult children with their parents, looked after children, aunties, uncles, friends …. Whoever needs us. Helping with relationship challenges – trust, communication, parenting, physical and/or mental health issues, abuse, addiction, gender identity, physical illness, loss, disability, separation, divorce – supporting people before issues reach crisis point and family/relationship breakdown whenever possible but if things have gone beyond that point we help with positive separation/parenting apart.
Based in the centre of Edinburgh with frequent public transport.
Are You ?
A pro-active, energetic, creative, systems and problem solving person who likes to shape things and strives to deliver first class customer care? Do you have excellent organisational and communication skills, can multi task and lead our committed, dynamic admin team?. It’s a must that you have extensive administrative and staff management/leadership experience and comfortable using your own initiative. Our current Lead Administrator has been promoted and are you that special person we are looking for to shape the next step of our successful front of house client experience.
The Role -
Reporting to the CEO and working closely with our Counselling Manager, you will be a key member of our Bright Light small but dynamic Senior Management Team.
The role has distinct areas:
In return we offer a warm family-like environment as internal relationships within Bright Light matter to us. A place to grow your skills, shape our front of house experience, lead and develop your committed and energetic team, be part of a charity that is helping people with real life challenges and is making a real difference.
Annual Leave : 22 days per year plus 8 public holidays (pro rata)
Further information about Bright Light can be found on our website bright-light.org.uk
The Federation of Scottish Theatre (FST) is Scotland’s professional membership body for dance, opera and theatre. We are currently seeking two efficient and organised administrators to join our small, friendly staff team to assist in the provision of services to FST members, including the delivery of regular events and meetings, membership processes and general administration.
Candidates should be highly organised, with excellent administrative, IT and customer service skills, and be able to handle multiple tasks and prioritise their work. We promote flexible working and are offering these two roles as a job-share at 21 hours per week each. The pro-rata salary is £10,800 for each role and we offer generous holidays and a pension scheme.
To competently manage financial and HR tasks such as managing salaries, financial records, PVG certificates, Staff Training Records, Petty Cash and Invoicing etc.
About the role
Play Alloa: Play Alloa is the leading provider of play and social opportunities for children and adults with disabilities and additional support needs (ASN) across Clackmannanshire and the Central Belt. The organisation was founded in 1992 and operated as an unincorporated organisation, gaining charitable status in 2005 and company status in 2010. The organisation has grown steadily and now employs a Project Manager, a Clerical Officer, a Finance Officer, a Development Officer and around 25 Sessional Staff dedicated to providing a range of creative and experiential play and social opportunities and sessions.
We currently support over 200 children and adults with no upper or lower age limits, covering a wide range of disabilities and ASN. Play Alloa is registered with the Care Inspectorate and the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC).
The successful candidate will provide:
1. HR Support
2. Financial Support
3. Business Related Tasks
To find out more, please donwload the Recruitment Pack.