Be part of our professional, people focused team where colleagues have shared values and what you do has a genuine impact on the people who use our services.
CrossReach is committed to supporting staff to deliver the best possible service. We will nurture your talents, train, support and upskill you to do your job and help you to reach your full potential. You can feel reassured that you are working for a highly respected, and caring organisation, with a 150 year history.
Our values, based on Christian principles are at the heart of what we do. If you want to work in a corporate environment where colleagues share your values then apply now to join our team knowing that not only will you enjoy real job satisfaction and a good benefits package but the role you undertake will have a real impact on the lives of people who use our services.
What’s more, you will be part of one of Scotland’s largest voluntary social work organisations. At CrossReach, we offer quality care and counselling to a wide range of people in need. But the real story of CrossReach is the work that our staff do: reaching out and making a real difference to the lives of others. If you’d like to join them, we look forward to hearing from you.
We are seeking to appoint a confident and experienced HR professional to join Scotland’s leading dementia organisation. Alzheimer Scotland campaigns for the rights of people with dementia and their families and provide an extensive range of innovative and personalised support services, community activities, information and advice at every stage of the dementia journey, from over 60 locations across Scotland, from Shetland to the Borders.
Alzheimer Scotland is a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation where a culture of integrated and collaborative working, engagement and employee voice are core to all our activities.
The role will play a key part within a small, professional HR team and support the implementation of Alzheimer Scotland’s People Strategy, providing HR advice, guidance and support to managers and employees at all levels in the organisation.
Candidates will be CIPD qualified or working towards qualification with a good range of generalist HR experience and the confidence to manage a varied caseload with a focus on absence management, performance management and capability. Flexibility, a confident approach and excellent communication and IT skills are important to this role as is the ability to use and contribute to the development of the HR database system.
Are you a disabled graduate looking for a rewarding opportunity in NHSScotland?
GCIL Equality Academy is seeking expressions of interest from disabled graduates from across Scotland for this exciting opportunity.
To be eligible to apply for this, you must:
GCIL Equality Academy
We aim to be an equal opportunities employer. As an organisation OF disabled people, we positively value personal experience as a disabled person. We operate a flexible working system. We welcome applications from previous applicants.
GCIL Equality Academy, Scottish Government and NHSScotland are working in partnership to offer a range of employment opportunities for disabled graduates that will provide a rewarding and challenging experience within NHSScotland.
Graduate traineeship opportunities will be tailored to the career aspirations of the successful candidates and will offer opportunities within one or a variety of departments across NHSScotland, including, communications, finance, human resources, IT, marketing, project management, and so on.
What is important for this role?
Successful candidates require to be self-motivated, enthusiastic and committed to working towards a professional career in NHSScotland.
Success to date
NHS Professional Careers has been hugely successful in supporting disabled graduates achieve their career aims. Over 90% of participants have been supported into professional level employment beyond the programme.
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Bringing about the day where everyone’s voice is heard and respected.
We are seeking volunteer Board members to join an existing team of trustees in a forward looking and inclusive organisation.
Independent Advocacy Perth & Kinross (IAPK) are looking for dynamic individuals to join the Board of Directors in supporting the strategic direction and development of the organisation.
IAPK is the main Independent Advocacy and Human Rights based organisation in Perth & Kinross, providing independent advocacy for people who experience vulnerability or disadvantage through disability, illness or life circumstances. IAPK provides free independent advocacy so that people have their voice heard and are involved in decisions which affect their lives. At the core of all our work are the Principles, Standards & Code of Best Practice for Independent Advocacy (SIAA 2019) and our IAPK Values: Human Rights, Independence, Partner-Led, Honesty, Courage and Empowerment
The Board are seeking applications from individuals who are interested in human rights, social justice and equality and are particularly interested in those with skills and experience with working in the 3rd sector; as well as those with skills in Finance, Business Management and Development, Charity Law, Fundraising, Human Resources, Marketing and Strategic Development.
The position is voluntary but reasonable expenses will be paid.
Crossroads Fife is looking to recruit innovative, enthusiastic people to expand on skills and expertise of our Management Committee.
Crossroads Fife is one of the leading providers of home based respite care for Carers. We offer this short breaks service to people who care for someone of any age and any disability. The service is provided by trained, paid staff in the service user’s home or we take service users out throughout the Fife area on a day and time which suits them. We are also a registered provider of Self Directed Support and Purchased Care.
Crossroads Fife has charitable status and is led by an experienced Board who have overall responsibility for the governance and strategic direction of the organisation’s work.
We are looking for individuals who possess knowledge, skills and experience of human resources, business, charity work with entrepreneurial skills or have an understanding of the caring role. The Board meet every 2 months in the evening.