This is an exciting opportunity to join the Children 1st Midlothian Family Wellbeing Hub, which supports families across Midlothian impacted by parental substance use, poverty and poor mental health amongst other factors.
We’re looking for someone who enjoys connecting with people, has qualities of compassion, good listening skills and is able to immediately put people at ease. You should be familiar with the Children 1st values and immediately recognise these within yourself.
As part of our busy and friendly team, you’ll bring excellent administrative, IT, property management and financial skills to enable our delivery of individual, family and group work as well as supporting the processes of recruiting and training volunteers.
This is a permanent, part time role of 21 hours per week, hours to be worked across 3 or 4 days.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Children 1st West Lothian Family Wellbeing Hub.
As a long-established team this busy and developing Service offers children, young people and their families across West Lothian a range of support, including; Family Group Decision Making, Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing and Kinship Care Support. You will underpin the support we offer to families and children in West Lothian.
As part of our busy and friendly team, you’ll bring excellent administrative, IT, property management and financial skills to enable our delivery of individual and group work as well as supporting the processes of recruiting and training volunteers. The administrator reports to the Service Manager.
If you are an experienced administrator with knowledge of Social Work, Community Work or a similar work environment and passionate about working with children and their families then we want to hear from you.
This is a fixed term, full time roll of 35 hours per week to cover a period of maternity leave until 30 September 2021.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who has a good understanding of issues around adoption, foster care kinship care and Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. You need to be flexible and adaptable and have excellent administrative skills with a great telephone manner
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About Adoption UK:
Adoption UK is the leading charity providing support, awareness and understanding for those parenting or supporting children who cannot live with their birth parents.
Created over 40 years ago by adopters for adopters; now with over 7000 members we provide a strong supportive community and the largest voice of adoption in the UK. Our community is connected by the need to understand the challenges of adoptive parents and to celebrate the rewards together.
We work closely with our colleagues in local authorities and voluntary agencies to provide the best support, and have recently become Ofsted registered.
Adoption UK is required to comply with a pre-employment vetting process for all prospective employees.
Prospective employees of Adoption UK are to meet the following requirements;
Pension provision equivalent to 3% of salary, 25 days’ annual holiday rising to 31 with length of service, Enhanced entitlement to sick pay, Enhanced entitlements to maternity, paternity and adoption leave and pay after a qualifying period.
Move On works with disadvantaged people, supporting them to achieve positive change in their lives and preventing homelessness. From our four bases in Glasgow and Edinburgh we provide a range of services including: training, community based intensive support, employability, mentoring, volunteering opportunities, guidance, advice and information.
Move On has a growing turnover and staff team and is increasingly operating a more complex social enterprise service delivery model.
We require an enthusiastic and experienced person to ensure the efficient and effective running of Move On's financial, administrative and HR systems, enabling the organisation to deliver greatest possible impact for service users and volunteers.
Leading a small team of three part time staff, you will have responsibility for Move On’s day to day financial systems, preparation and processing of monthly payroll, as well as preparation of management accounts. Working with the Executive Director you will also prepare budgets, forecasts and annual audit information.
This is an adoption leave cover post with an anticipated start date in November, for an initial period of nine months with possible extension.
You will have excellent organisational and communication skills, a commitment to Move On’s values, be a self-starter, bring relevant experience to the role and experience of working with volunteers and disadvantaged people.
Upmo is a charity operating in Edinburgh, East Lothian and Midlothian, providing support and opportunity for adults with learning difficulties, autism, and additional support needs.
Every week, we encourage our students to build confidence, use imagination and develop life skills through music, drama, art and other expressive and physical activities.
As part of our continued response to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we now have a number of Project Worker positions available. We are seeking to recruit a variety of staff, with a range of skills and experience – a background in teaching or facilitating, especially in music, drama, IT and the creative arts, is especially desirable.
The role includes supporting students in workshops and working one to one with students, and facilitating workshops. The role also involves supporting people with personal care, as and when required.
We are recruiting for both permanent and fixed-term (12 month) employees; full time (30 hours per week) and part time available. Upmo is a Living Wage Employer; the rate of pay for this role is £9.30 p/h.
Ending Homelessness in Scotland, one person at a time
Bethany Homes Aberdeen
On the back of its success in providing supported accommodation in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumfries Bethany Christian Trust is in the process of purchasing three properties within the Torry area of Aberdeen to develop its new Bethany Homes Aberdeen project.
We are looking for a housing officer to deliver tenancy/community support to the three individuals who will take up residence in our supported flats. The Housing Officer role will ensure the efficient outworking of tenancy management functions, including letting, inspecting and management of properties, working closely with the tenants to provide the highest level of care to deal with the day to day issues of housing management, including supporting the tenants with rent and maintenance issues, thereby maximising rental income and providing administration support as required.
The role also includes engaging with the tenants to build their self-esteem, confidence and a sense of purpose to enable people to make positive choices relating to tenancy sustainment, community engagement and the development of healthy social networks.
As part of the wider Bethany Homes Team you will need to demonstrate excellent communication skills however have the ability to work on your own and prioritise your workload; you will have experience and knowledge of the service user group and their surrounding issues relating to homelessness as well as having housing/letting management experience. Competence in the use of Microsoft office tools is essential.
As Bethany is a Christian organisation, this post carries an Occupational Requirement in line with Equality Act 2010. Please note that one reference must be from your church minister or leader to endorse your live and active Christian faith and commitment. Successful applicants for this post will require membership of the PVG scheme and registration with the SSSC.
A Full-time Administrator is required to provide an efficient administrative service to Fife Alcohol Support Services.
Competancy in using data management systems is required of the post holder as is a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
Excellent communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team in a confidential service is essential.
OBJECTIVES OF THE POST
To provide an efficient administrative service to Fife Alcohol Support Services. Undertake administrative duties to facilitate service delivery. Be the first point of contact to the public and other agencies. Responsible for data collection and maintenance of record keeping systems.
Are you passionate about carers of people with dementia having their voices heard – we are!
An exciting opportunity has arisen and tide are looking for a dynamic Admin Officer to join our team to help us continue strengthening and increasing the impact of tide in Scotland.
You will play a valuable and key role in supporting the smooth running of the office, supporting the wider team to provide high quality services on a daily basis. You will work with senior management using your initiative to support the implementation of new systems and processes that improve the running of the organisation. The Admin Officer will work with the board of trustees and operations staff to ensure diary management and the coordination of events.
Our work ethos and values appeal to people, who are passionate, values driven, self-directed and flexible team players, who have great interpersonal skills, learn quickly, and relish the opportunity to deliver real social change for people who are caring for or have cared for someone living with dementia.
Location: Home-based in the first instance but the role is based within our Glasgow Office in Robertson House and we expect to return to office working as soon as it is safe to do so.
The Membership Outreach Assistant will contribute to Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights)’s
mission to inspire and enable everyone in Scotland to put children and young people’s human rights at the
heart of everything they do in line, with the Strategic Plan. Throughout the role, the post-holder will be
expected to involve Together’s membership – including children and young people – whenever possible and
The Business Support Officer will contribute to Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights)’s mission to inspire and enable everyone in Scotland to put children and young people’s human rights at the heart of everything they do in line with the Strategic Plan. Working with the Director, the post is responsible for the oversight of all the necessary financial, IT, people and office management support functions needed to ensure the efficient operation of the organisation. Throughout the role, the post-holder will be expected to involve Together’s membership – including children and young people – whenever possible and appropriate.