Broomhouse Health Strategy Group (BHSG) is currently looking for a versatile Chief Executive to provide strategic leadership, co-ordination and management of the organisation that provides a wide range of unique services to improve physical and mental wellbeing within low income communities of SW Edinburgh, in keeping with a community development approach.
In 2019 we are going through an exciting new phase of development with a rebrand to “B Healthy Together” scheduled for April, followed by a move into new local premises in Broomhouse scheduled for July. The Chief Executive will be taking the lead role in managing this important transition.
We are looking for an individual with experience of a leadership and development role within a charity sector organisation who will able to demonstrate the ability to lead and develop both the volunteers and staff members in their team. Ideally you will have knowledge and experience of using a community development approach and an understanding of the issues surrounding health inequality. In addition you will be educated to first degree level or equivalent, have excellent communication skills and experience of gaining funding within the charity sector.
Positive realities are seeking a new member of the team to join an exciting project, working with girls to shape new and existing sports programmes at Inch Park Community Sports Club. The aim is to help address some of the barriers girls face in participating in sports. The successful candidate will be committed to developing young people through youth work principles, and able to work with a variety of stakeholders to help improve the health and well being of girls in South East Edinburgh.
A Job Description is available for download below.
Are you passionate about promoting sustainability and social justice? Highland One World (HOW) is looking to recruit a Global Youth Officer to support young people to take action on global issues.
HOW is a small ‘not for profit’ educational charity based in Inverness which exists to promote sustainability and social justice. We work collaboratively with educators in the formal and informal sectors, local authority staff and other partners to support and develop global citizenship education.
As part of the HOW team, the Global Youth Officer will help to deliver the objectives of Start the Change! This is a European funded project which aims to empower young people aged 15-24 to have a voice and take action on issues related to migration, inequality and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
With a commitment to social justice and sustainability and the values of Highland One World, the post holder will have experience of working with young people and a passion for creative and innovative approaches to youth voice and action.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a commitment to youth engagement as a tool for positive change.
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!