Do you want to be part of a top 50 best not-for-profit company?
Do you want to join a growing and innovative provider of housing and services?
Do you want a new, exciting challenge?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, then read on…
Cairn Housing Association is a registered social landlord with over 3,500 homes spanning the length and breadth of Scotland.
We require a permanent Service Lead for HR & OD to support the Director of Finance and People Services with the creation and leading of OD and HR strategies.
The successful applicant will be educated to degree level or have extensive experience leading an HR & OD service within a fast paced environment. You will have substantial experience in HR & OD Service Delivery and Change Management. CIPD Membership/Relevant HR Qualification is desirable. You should also have excellent working knowledge of IT applications, particularly Microsoft Office and Excel.
A Basic Disclosure Scotland Scheme check is required for this post.
The Finance & Operations Manager is a key role and will oversee the financial, office, and HR operations within the organisation. We are looking for someone who works collaboratively, who is insightful and cares about people. As well as managing the finances of a growing medium sized charity in an increasingly complex landscape, developing and maintaining relationships, policies and processes is at the heart of this role. You will be part of the senior staff team, manage a small admin team, support the CEO and development staff and generally contribute to the work and development of DTAS.
We are looking for women to join our Board who:
No previous experience of being on a Board is required as induction and training will be provided. Please see the application pack for more details about the role.
Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
We are keen to promote diversity and welcome applications from disabled women, trans women, and women of diverse backgrounds, sexual orientations, ethnicities and ages, to help us best meet the wide-ranging needs of survivors of sexual violence.
We are also keen to encourage women with an interest, and/or skills and experience in finance and fundraising to apply.
Established in 1978, Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre (ERCC) provides a support, information and advocacy service for women, young people and members of the trans community aged 12 and over in Edinburgh, East and Midlothian who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual violence, including rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation. For more information please go to ercc.scot.
Exciting new opportunities have arisen for new Trustees to join Open Door Accommodation Project.
Do you have the Enthusiasm and Passion to help us guide our organisation forward?
The Board are responsible for setting the strategic direction of the organisation to deliver the charitable objectives. As a member of the Board of Trustees you will be responsible for ensuring the effective oversight and governance within the organisation for the benefit of the vulnerable young people we support.
Open Door have an experienced management team who are responsible for the day-to-day management and service delivery of the organisation’s support staff. The Board will be responsible for the supervision of the Chief Executive to take overall responsibility for the organisation, acting collectively and effectively in its interests by giving strategic direction and determining our mission and vision. The Board make decisions required for assurance and management of the organisation, ensuring compliance, good governance and adequate financial resources for our services whilst protecting our assets and property. The Board also ensure we manage risks carefully, as a responsible employer and uphold the principles of equality and diversity.
Board meetings are held on a monthly to six weekly basis, typically in the evening.
As HR Trainee, you will be an integral and core team member and work proactively in our People Development and Relationships Team.
This is a true generalist role in which 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 developmental and is an excellent opportunity for someone keen to develop in HR to gain valuable experience. We are looking for someone who is CIPD qualified or equivalent.
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.
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.
Newbattle Abbey College Board of Directors are looking for exceptional candidates to join them as a co-opted director. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the strategic direction of the college and ensure the good governance of the college and its activities. The Board is particularly interested in candidates with experience in any of the following areas – finance, HR, law or corporate business.
seescape is seeking new trustees to help the charity as we grow and develop
Based in in Kirkcaldy, Fife, seescape is a well-established charity working to improve the independence and quality of life of those who have sight impairment, their families and carers. seescape believes that it is important to raise awareness of the needs of sight impaired people by changing attitudes and breaking down the barriers that prevent people living with sight impairment being full and active members of society.
seescape provides a diverse range of activities and support to its beneficiaries. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with the charity as it seeks to grow and develop.
The role may appeal to people with a background and skills in one or more of the following areas: eye health, business planning and development, fundraising, HR, IT, charity governance or marketing.
seescape would like to appoint trustees to complement the current board in its role as a governing body: setting strategy and ensuring exemplary governance and fiscal control. Ideally the candidate would be someone with an understanding of charities and the voluntary sector. Most importantly they will have some strategic expertise and understanding of good governance.
The charity is keen to bring additional skills to its board, however, seescape is keen to attract applicants from a diverse audience so other skills will also be welcomed.
Board meetings are held every 6 weeks and these are currently being held virtually by Zoom.