Everyone should feel comfortable getting the support they need for issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health.
We work with people on their own goals, whether that’s staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether.
We give people support in a way that’s right for them either face to face, in their local service, community or online.
We provide a free and confidential service without judgement to more than 100,000 people a year.
We use our expertise to improve the help available and raise awareness around drugs, alcohol and mental health so that more people can get support.
We Are With You.
About the job
We have an excellent opportunity to join our team in Glasgow as an Access and Engagement Worker. You must be motivated to work as part of a diverse team and understand the importance of communicating with your line manager and extended team members. As the first point of contact for people engaging with the service, you will be flexible, resilient and solution focused, ensuring that effective and easy to navigate pathways are in place.
What we are looking for
As an Access and Engagement Worker you will be positive and motivated, you will be an outstanding communicator, and possess excellent skills as a team player. You will also be results driven, highly organised with excellent time management skills.
Benefits of working with us
The Operations Coordinator role is a new and key post, which will help us ensure the effective day to day running of our ongoing work, and help us to expand our reach into new areas. The Operations Coordinator will ensure the smooth running of our programme of events and projects, and provide administrative support in our fundraising efforts. Evaluation of all our services is an essential part of our work and this, along with other administrative aspects of our work, will be managed by the Operations Coordinator.
The successful candidate will be flexible, well organised, able to show initiative, and be passionate about the emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing of children. He/she will have excellent communication and IT skills, be a good team player, and be able to demonstrate the Fischy Music values of hope, respect, diversity, humour, equality and empathy.
Fischy Music has been nurturing the wellbeing of children for the last 22 years across the UK and beyond by giving children an opportunity to explore and express a range of emotions through singing and songwriting. We also provide training and resources for adults who work with and care for children. We are nationally and internationally recognised as being effective in supporting wellbeing in children through our songs, resources and direct work with children and adults.
This is a newly created role with overall responsibility for the operations and administration of the Church. This is a wide ranging and exciting role, with a view to enabling the Church to work towards its Purpose and Values. The role will require:
A list of the main duties and tasks is appended in the job description. The successful candidate will manage one employee, and will work closely with the ministry team, elders, and Church members.
Skills & Experience required
The role is 15 hours per week, with the potential for a flexible working pattern to be agreed with the Line Manager. Primarily based at Partick Trinity Church (home working during Covid-19 restrictions).
Arts & Business Scotland are looking for an experienced Administration Coordinator, currently based in our Edinburgh office. We are looking for an all rounder, with exceptional organising and multi-tasking skills, a sound knowledge and experience of databases, websites and social media.
Supporter Relations Team officers (SRO’s) provide fundraising and administration support across the Fundraising directorate. This involves managing supporter enquiries and registrations for fundraising appeals and campaigns, as well as the full range of fundraising events. SRO’s are required to deliver first class Supporter Service, both in terms of quality of service and in terms of supporter satisfaction.
In providing administrative support, SRO’s are called on to manage a number of ongoing activities simultaneously, resolving issues as they arise by communicating effectively and efficiently with colleagues across the charity. SRO’s also need to deal with external response handlers and fulfilment partners to ensure comprehensive and rapid supporter service.
What we are looking for:
What’s in it for you:
Every day of your life matters – from the first to the last. When you work for Marie Curie, you understand that better than ever. We’re a passionate, committed and diverse team of more than 4,400 staff and 12,000 volunteers, here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.
Marie Curie is committed to its values, which underpin our work. We take stringent steps to ensure that the people who join our organisation through employment or volunteering, are suitable for their roles and are committed to safeguarding all our people from harm. This includes our staff, volunteers and all those who use or come into contact with our services. We are dedicated to creating not just a safe place to work but also a supportive and rewarding one.
We are committed to a world where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We are devoted to the social justice imperatives and organisational benefits of full diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace, and are a Stonewall champion. We actively encourage and welcome applications from candidates of diverse cultures, perspectives and lived experiences.
We are looking for an experienced individual to provide administrative and secretarial support to the Day Service Managers and Workshop staff and assist with general organisational activities, as well as supporting members within the building or workshops on occasions. Starting date 7th January 2021.
The Programme Manager is responsible for: project management with specific focus on finance, funding and administration. The key objective of this post is to provide sound financial management and grow our charitable income. You will be primarily responsible for researching and writing strong fundraising applications with the team to support our charitable activities and to support new income generation. The aim of the post will be to secure funding for existing and new projects as well as the core running costs of the charity. With a strong financial and organisational focus, this role will ensure that Plantation Productions meets its objectives and fulfils its charitable purposes, whilst supporting the development of the programme.
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust (MBHT) was established in 2004 as a registered charity in North West Glasgow to save the Victorian Burgh Halls from demolition and bring the Halls back into community use. MBHT raised over £9 million to regenerate the building and it reopened in 2012 as a multipurpose space including an event venue, office spaces to let and local heritage site including a museum and exhibition space with a collection of artefacts. Heritage has been at the heart of the Trust's aims and activities from the beginning of the Burgh Halls’ regeneration project. MBHT continues to look for ways to engage and involve the local community to promote local culture, arts and heritage and highlight the excellent community facility of the historic Burgh Halls.
Purpose of Post:
The post holder has responsibility for supporting in the first instance, the Halls Manager but also the Heritage Development and Community Engagement Manager.
This will include: ensuring that the venue is managed effectively and support the Halls Manager in it meeting financial and activity targets; community liaison and liaison with existing community projects and other partners;. management of relevant events and for identifying the security support required, and liaising with the property management company. The Administrator will also support monitoring all activities in the Halls and for completing appropriate reports to funders and the Board, ensuring that deadlines are met, in conjunction with the Communications Coordinator marketing the Halls for events. Provide Duty Management onsite for specific events.
The post holder will work with Trust volunteers, interns and work placements, develop partnerships with the local community, and network with other industry organisations.
The key elements of the role are:
To manage the events booking process from initial enquiry to post event evaluation and all this entails in between. This will include utilising the new booking system, helping to set this up and run the system.
Implement the measures from the Trust’s involvement in the potential Unique Venues of Glasgow project and take this forward when Government guidelines allow.
Support and manage the volunteers in relation to providing administration support and events enquiries and in doing so broaden the scope of available volunteering learning and training opportunities.
To encourage Maryhill residents and those with a connection to the area to be involved with the Trust.
The postholder is responsible for monitoring budgets in relation to events whilst also
compiling and submitting reports.
Any administrative tasks deemed necessary including updating policies and procedures.
We are looking for an experienced events / arts / culture / heritage administrative/ community engagement professional to join our small team. You will lead on taking the event offer forward and fine tuning our administrative systems, to help strengthen the resilience of the Trust, enhance our visitor experience and establish new partnerships in the local and wider community. To be successful in this role you’ll have the passion and drive to think creatively, inspire others and implement new ideas, whilst providing excellent customer care and a genuine passion for people. Guidance and support will be given in the role and the successful candidate will be encouraged to grow and develop their skills in order to fulfil the full range of duties.
To provide secretarial and administrative support to the CEO and to act as Board/Committee secretariat.
For further details about the role, please download the Job Description and Person Specification below.
Mary’s Meals is a global movement supported by people from all walks of life and we are focused on one goal – that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in a place of education. We continue to change the lives of more than 1.6 million children who today will receive Mary’s Meals.
The data insights officer will work across directorates to support the data insights manager with GDPR compliance and reporting. This includes leading on data governance and compliance, data collection, analysis and report writing to support and influence the strategic direction of the organisation.
The data insights officer will produce data for mailing lists as defined by the communications team, within an agreed timescale and work with data owners/controllers to maintain databases and ensure data quality.