Sacro’s mission is to deliver life-changing services that empower people, give hope and protection, and help to build safe communities.
Could you be our next Head of IT? We are looking for an individual with IT infrastructure and Microsoft Dynamics 365 experience to lead our IT function. You will also project manage our IT digital developments, as part of our Leadership Team. You should have a proven track record in IT and project management with excellent analytical skills and the ability to present a business case and management information. You should be a forward thinker in IT innovation and understand the third sector environment.
This is a full-time post and can be based at our hub offices in Edinburgh or Glasgow but is an approved hybrid working post.
We offer some great benefits, including family friendly policies, flexible and hybrid working and work-life balance. We also have generous annual leave entitlement, employee wellbeing scheme, cycle to work scheme, pension scheme and death in service, enhanced company sick pay. We will offer learning and development, progression and qualifications with the opportunity for growth and development.
We welcome applications from individuals who share Sacro’s aims and values and want to engage with those we support to help them move on to a more secure, settled and fulfilling life and value diversity from all sections of the community.
SCOTLAND: The Big Picture has a compelling story to tell about the transformational recovery of Scotland’s nature. It’s called rewilding.
We are a growing organisation with an exciting portfolio of nature recovery projects to deliver across Scotland, and we believe passionately in the power of storytelling to help turn the tide for nature recovery.
As Digital Communications Officer you will be at the heart of that storytelling.
We seek a rare animal: a digital communications specialist whose natural habitat is the story of rewilding. We need a social media virtuoso who can build on the growth of our online community, maximizing the reach and influence of our work. We also need you to contribute content for use across all our digital channels, and to help us optimise the impact of that content.
Please download our full job description below, or visit scotlandbigpicture.com/vacancies for more information.
Inverclyde Women’s Aid’s vision is where women, children and young people are free from the threat of abuse, violence or oppression.
Inverclyde Women’s Aid is a charitable organisation dedicated to working towards ending domestic and sexual abuse. We offer a confidential service across Inverclyde to support women, children and young people who are or have experienced domestic and /or sexual abuse.
Are you passionate about helping women, children and young people in Inverclyde? Inverclyde Women’s Aid [IWA] are looking for Trustees to join its Board.
This is an exciting opportunity to become part of our feminist governance team supporting and overseeing the development of the organisation to ensure the continued delivery of high quality, responsive services to vulnerable women, children and young people in our area. You do not need to know everything there is to know about domestic and or sexual abuse, but you will need to prove that you are interested in our work, be reliable, action focussed and committed to our principles and values.
We are keen to hear from women, and in particular those who may have experience or skills in the areas of HR, IT, legal, fundraising, marketing, social media and charity governance.
You will be passionate about increasing awareness and accessibility of digital solutions to support independent living. You will have an up to date and good knowledge of digital technologies, well-developed communication skills and experience of project management. The Technology Enabled Care Coordinator will proactively engage with and provide advice and support to members of the public and partners to promote the use of telehealth and telecare, and work with partners to implement technology enabled care services, working towards ensuring equal opportunities for all.
A proactive and innovative approach to identify person-centred and community-driven solutions will be most welcome and fit well with the teams shared outcomes.
As the Office Manager you will join the Operations Team, working to ensure that staff and volunteers have safe and welcoming spaces to work, effective operational systems and efficient processes; allowing them to focus on what matters most – making a difference to LGBTI young people. This is a new role at the Charity.
Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to, facilities, contract and health and safety management in our main offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow, whilst providing indirect support and advice to our staff and volunteers in shared office spaces with other organisations across Scotland. Management of the Charity’s IT infrastructure will also form a key part of the role and the postholder will have line management responsibility for a new Business Support Officer post.
The Mungo Foundation (TMF) is recruiting Trustees for our Board as we seek to improve and enrich the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities located mainly in Glasgow but with projects as far as Twechar and Ayrshire.
You will be joining an experienced board of Trustees who welcome sharing their expertise with those with less experience and learning from those who bring different professional skillsets. Our Trustees oversee the strategy and governance of TMF to ensure that the charity is operated in the best interests of the people we support and their friends and families.
As a Trustee, this voluntary (and unpaid) position is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy and direction of the charity, contributing to the development of our work, promoting the organisation, contributing to effective governance and ensuring compliance with our legal obligations. We are interested in experienced or first-time Trustees who are committed to our cause and have a passion for our mission, vision and values and can make a valuable contribution to our development.
The main duties of a Trustee are to participate in Board and Committee meetings, normally up to 8 per year (and possibly one off-site day), acting as an advocate for TMF’s work, providing advice on strategy, serving as a channel of professional advice within the individual’s own area of expertise and identifying new opportunities.
Experience in Information Technology, People, Finance and Social Care would be of interest but individuals from other professional areas would also be welcome.
Borders Pet Rescue is a long-established animal welfare charity that cares for animals in need and finds them suitable loving new homes. We also work to encourage responsible pet ownership. Since becoming a registered charity 33 years ago we have re-homed thousands of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs and exotics throughout the Scottish Borders and beyond.
The Charity Manager will have the passion, drive and ability to support and develop our charity, having overall responsibility to manage the charity on behalf of the BPR Trustees and ensure that the 4 charity shops and Animal Rescue Centre work together.
The successful application will be supported by Trustees to implement our strategic plan, and play the lead role in communicating with and managing staff to ensure we work towards achieving our six objectives;
- Animal welfare
- Financially viability
- A successful retail offering
- Management of staff and volunteers
- Marketing, IT and communications
- Estates and facilities.
This is a new role which is likely to evolve and may include other duties as required by the Board of Trustees, not yet specified below.
Required: Full UK driving license
About Scottish Older People’s Assembly [SOPA]
The Scottish Older People's Assembly is a small charitable organisation which exists to give a strong voice to older people about their experiences of life in Scotland, the challenges they face and concerns they have, and to celebrate the positive contribution that older people make to society.
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 those representing older people with skills and experience that can support SOPA’s work, including those with experience of charity finance, IT, legal, fundraising, marketing and social media and charity governance.