We are recruiting a Business Support Manager who shares our passion and commitment to help direct the organisation to achieve our collective goals.
The Charitable / Third sector in Scotland is evolving and this is an exciting time to be taking part in the changes. RAMH has an enviable reputation for innovation and quality and your contribution will be essential to maintain and build on these platforms.
The postholder will work closely with and provide supervisory guidance to key areas of Administration and Human Resources within the organisation, ensuring continuity and common work practices between ‘Core’ business functions.
You will take a lead role, supported by Senior Management Team colleagues, to embed and exemplify the culture and ethos of Leadership associated with RAMH in this area of work. You are required to be flexible in response to the development of this role and the wider expectations of the operating environment.
You should hold a professional qualification or SCQF Level 9.
Scottish Women's Aid is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards ending domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women. We play a vital role in campaigning at national and international levels and lobbying for effective responses to domestic abuse, including ensuring that women and children with experience of domestic abuse get the services they need when they need them.
Scottish Women’s Aid is seeking new members to join its Board of Directors.
We are looking for feminist, creative and innovative women who can add to the skills mix of our current Trustees. We are particularly interested in applications from:
- Women with lived experience or professional experience of domestic abuse
- Women with expertise in finance, HR and/or governance
We are keen to improve the diversity of our board and particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic women, LGBT women and women with disabilities.
We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace and especially welcome applications from women of colour.
Rape Crisis Scotland is the national organisation working on sexual violence in Scotland. We work in partnership with the 17 member Rape Crisis Centres across Scotland.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated administrator with good communication skills to support our busy team and ensure the effective and smooth running of our office and online systems. The particular focus of this post will be HR & GDPR
Are you passionate about supporting vulnerable young people to realise their potential? Our award-winning charity runs a transformational secondary school mentoring and talent development programme. We support care-experienced and other vulnerable young people experiencing disadvantage to realise their full potential through education.
MCR young people tell their stories far better than us. Hear them in their own words in these short films of young people who have participated in the programme, reflecting on how mentoring has helped them create better futures for themselves:
As we expand our programme into new local authorities and schools around Scotland and the UK, we are looking to appoint an experienced HR Manager.
This is a key role that has been created to further develop the people agenda within this growing organisation at a pivotal time. At MCR, our driving force is simple – that young people who are in, or on the edges of the care system, will have the same educational outcomes, career opportunities and life chances as any other young person.
This is an exciting time to join MCR Pathways and you will have a real opportunity to influence the ongoing development of our current and new people. You will have responsibility for recruitment, onboarding and induction and ongoing training and team development activities.
You will also be responsible for ensuring that the day-to-day people policies and processes are in place, compliant with legal requirements and fully implemented and understood across the organisation.
You’ll be able to evidence that you have significant recent experience in a similar role, ideally for a comparable organisation. You will be able to demonstrate being able to provide sound and practical advice to the leadership team.
Are you passionate about the rights of older people? The Scottish Older People’s Assembly is looking for Trustees to join its Board.
As a small charity, SOPA’s Trustees play a valuable role in supporting the organisation to ensure that the voices of older people are heard by those making decisions that affect them. We’re particularly keen to hear from people with skills and experience that can support SOPA’s work, including finance, HR, fundraising and political engagement.
West Lothian Drug & Alcohol Service offers a diverse range of services including counselling, support, education, training and health promotion on drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
We are looking to recruit a new Business Manager to join the Extended Management Team, taking over financial responsibilities including preparation of month end and annual accounts; planning and reporting; playing a lead role in costing services; supporting commissioning and funding applications; day to day financial and administration duties; management of facilities including the costing and ordering of services and equipment; liaison with suppliers; HR delivery; and the supervision of the Business Administrator.
You should have experience of working in a similar role, XERO accounts or similar package, excellent communication and organisational skills and the ability to work accurately under pressure. A recognised business, accountancy, HR or fundraising qualification is desirable along with experience of working at this level, a good standard of general education is essential.
As PDR Database Officer, you will be an integral and core team member and work proactively in our People Development and Relationships Team.
In this role you will gain excellent experience in the full remit of HR work. The role is very varied and the post holder will require to be both reactive and sensitive to the HR issues arising within the organisation at any given time. This post is requires you to have in depth knowledge of and notable experience with iTrent, our HR database
We need you to be innovative, proactive, comfortable working on your own initiative, adaptable, supportive, diplomatic and discreet, with strong time management skills. We are also looking for an individual with the ability to build and develop good relationships at all levels. In return, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the success and growth of this respected charity and gain fantastic HR experience as part of our small, friendly team.
Essential experience and skills required for this role:
Above all you will be motivated by the work of Bethany Christian Trust and of being part of our on-going work to meet the needs of homeless and vulnerable people in our country.
Ceartas (pronounced KEIR-tis) is a Gaelic word meaning ‘equality, justice and fairness’. These are the values which we promote through our work with the people of East Dunbartonshire.
Ceartas is both a Company Limited By Guarantee, and recognised as a charity by HM Revenue and Customs, registered in Scotland with Companies House SC264199, and registered with OSCR SCO25369.
As such, members of our Board are referred to as either Directors (company) or Trustees (charity).
Ceartas has a strong board of volunteer Directors / Trustees, with a wide range of skills and experience that bring strong governance and direction to the organisation. Being a volunteer on our Board is an unpaid role that requires a degree of commitment, and as such we do not expect Board members to stay in post indefinitely.
What we are looking for:
We are actively seeking individuals who may be interested in joining our Board of Trustees/Directors now or in the future.
We are committed to Equal Opportunities and are looking to ensure we are representative and reflective of the communities we serve.
Whether you are an experienced Director or Trustee or looking to take your first steps onto a Board, we want to hear from you. Our Directors/Trustees will have skills, experience or passion for one or more of the following areas:
• Human Resources
• Lobbying skills
• Business development
• Ensuring services are accessible & inclusive
• Building effective and collaborative working relationships.
• Community Development
We are looking for a motivated driven individual to deliver HR input to allow the organisation to deliver flexible support that will make a positive difference to peoples’ lives.
We have an HR Advisor opportunity to join the HR team at with YOU. As an experienced HR generalist, you will provide advice and guidance on absence, short term and long term, recruitment, disciplinaries and grievances, including note taking, wellbeing of employees, flexible working and all the support required of advising both managers and staff. You will be working alongside a wider HR function providing full generalist service across with YOU.
Working with managers and traveling throughout Edinburgh and Lothians you will:-
• Providing advice on employee relations
• Manage own case work up to complex levels
• Upskilling and training line managers on HR process and procedure
• Working with the wider HR team
• Analysis and reporting of evolving HR issues
• Support with HR projects
You will be a truly experienced HR generalist and you will be used to working in a fast-paced environment with colleagues who care about the People we support in the community as well as each other.
We offer condensed full-time hours into a 4 day week, and home working.