Waverley Care is at an important moment in our history as we work to get to zero HIV transmissions by 2030 – there is much work to be done, but as an organisation we are driven to create lasting change for everyone in Scotland living with, or at risk of HIV.
We are on a digital transformation journey, and we are looking for a Website Project Lead to join us as we embark on the most ambitious part of the trip – the development of a new website and the integration of new digital services.
We want to make sure we are reaching everyone in Scotland who needs us, and to do that we need to be clearer on who we are and what we offer – to make it easier for anyone who needs us to find us, from those living with HIV to those communities at greater at risk.
To help deliver on the priorities in our new strategic plan, we have been developing a new communications strategy for the organisation, which includes merging the Waverley Care and SX (one of our sub-brands) websites. The vision for the development of our digital services via the website includes the creation of quality, trustworthy advice and support information in a variety of media, alongside the ability to self-refer for more intense support, and access to video appointments.
Over a twelve-month period, the successful candidate will play a pivotal role in the success of the project.
In tandem with the website project, we are also running a rebrand project, and we are aiming to launch both in spring 2023.
We are looking for an extremely organised individual with project management experience to take the lead on this project. They should have a strong understanding of what a first-class user experience looks like and be comfortable with managing creative and web development agencies/freelancers. They should also be a confident communicator, with demonstrable experience of manging internal stakeholders and championing positive change.
If that sounds like you then we would love to hear from you. In return, we offer a supportive and valuing work environment with encouragement to develop personally and professionally.
For enquiries related to this role, please contact: Niamh Barton-Maynard (Communications Manager)
Upmo is looking for a full-time Digital Support Manager to join our team.
The role is responsible for the management of Upmo's digital projects, assets, and platforms as well as coordinating with our IT partner Academia. The Digital Support Manager will project manage the implementation of our new CRM, Salesforce, and administer digital platforms while working with other members of the Development team on key projects.
We are looking for a candidate with excellent project management skills and practical experience working with a variety of digital solutions and technology in a digital management role.
At Thistle we believe in a world of inclusion, free of isolation and loneliness, where a health crisis doesn’t mean a life crisis. Our charity supports people with disabilities and long-term health conditions.
It’s an exciting time to join us as we look to grow our digital presence. Working alongside the Head of Communications, you will have a key role in developing, managing and reporting on the digital communications strategy including: Thistle’s social media accounts, the website and digital and social advertising including Google ad grants. You will work closely with the Communications Team and colleagues across the organisation to raise the profile of who we are and what we do including fundraising, recruitment and reaching people who are looking for support. The role will be responsible for the line management of a part-time Digital Communications Officer.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for someone with 3+ years’ experience of working in a social media and/or a digital communications role. You’ll be a creative team player with experience of planning, developing and delivering engaging, creative digital content.
What we offer
Remade Network is a social enterprise training and campaigning for reuse and repair. We believe in a community-led approach to building a repair economy in Scotland which challenges consumerism, creates local jobs and builds markets in repair education.
This is an essential practical role that involves repairing small household electrical goods from lamps, kettles and toasters to hoovers and audio equipment. You should have a good understanding of how household devices are engineered and a willingness to learn on the job.
You will work across our projects carrying out repairs of our customer items and refurbishments of electrical devices with a view to putting them back into circulation. This role also involves serving customers, keeping excellent records, and working across all areas of the business operations. Some training will be available.
Our growing charity needs a suitably experienced person to lead Creative Carbon Scotland's operational sustainability, efficiency and effectiveness whilst maintaining our creative and collaborative nature.
The senior operations manager is a new post created to help us deftly navigate an increased workload resulting from our work to support Creative Scotland’s Climate Emergency and Sustainability Plan and new initiatives stemming from COP26 in Glasgow in 2021.
We need a friendly and experienced multitasker with skills in administration, management, HR, IT, finance and fundraising.
We know that not everyone has the access, skills or motivation to be online, but we also know that providing that access can be life changing. If you feel the same way, we have an opportunity that could be perfect for you.
This role is based in our Digital and Development Department, working across our programme of digital inclusion initiatives and supporting organisations funded to undertake digital inclusion projects.
We’re looking for someone who has a good working knowledge of poverty and inequality, and how this impacts on digital inclusion.
Our team has a wide-ranging portfolio of upcoming work. This will be of interest to candidates who would like an opportunity to make an impact on how we reach those most affected by digital exclusion and poverty, helping them access essential digital services. Our current work plan includes the re-design of Connecting Scotland and thematic projects focused on harm reduction, Technology-Enabled Care (TEC) and digital ethics, as well as ongoing work on Essential Digital Skills and supporting community-based digital inclusion partnerships.
To help us deliver this programme of work we’re looking for someone who understands the digital inclusion landscape in Scotland, and has a good working knowledge of service design and applying agile project management methodologies to their work.
Who are we?
Newmilns Snow and Sports Complex is a dynamic and evolving organisation dedicated to changing people’s lives. As the only UK Charity Ski Slope, we are proudly different.
Using the power of the great outdoors and a ‘sport for change’ model we develop confidence, motivation and employment skills through snow sports. We work with children and adults, schools and youth groups delivering employability, personal development, volunteering and training opportunities at our rural, East Ayrshire site.
The most direct benefit of our work is delivered to disadvantaged or hard to reach groups. To achieve this we work with our community to identify the issues important to them, develop and deliver solutions to ensure everyone has access to opportunities to make the changes needed to live positive and fulfilling lives.
We also have a busy snow sports lesson schedule, offer recreational skiing and snowboarding, tubing (sledging) and children’s parties.
Our wonderful business is experiencing exciting change and growth, with an expending social impact portfolio, increasing staff team and specialisms, introduction of transformative digital solutions and a growing passion for increasing opportunities within our community.
Ready for a new challenge?
If you are looking for the opportunity to share your skills and experience to, inspire and empower our teams through this exciting growth period, read on.
Following the retirement of long serving Board members, we are looking for a new Chair and trustees to join our existing team to shape and drive our business strategy in pursuit of our charitable aims.
Skills and qualifications
If you can bring your professional background to the opportunities below, we can bring the excitement, adventure and thrill of the outdoors to your next opportunity!
Essentially you just need to be a great team player, enjoy working collaboratively to achieve shared goals and make a difference to the lives of other. You should be,
• A great communicator and comfortable contributing to senior level discussion.
• Inquisitive, happy to ask questions, challenge and clarify information.
• Confident to share a refreshed view on business processes.
• Have knowledge and experience of identifying and delivering solutions within your area of expertise.
• Share in our core values and ensure the strategic direction of the business is aligned with our vision, values and charitable aims.
• A background in the Charities or Social Enterprise sectors, desirable.
We have opportunities for a Chair, ideally with previous Board experience or perhaps even as a vice chair or current chair looking for a new role.
If you are professional in Finance, Social Change, Marketing, IT or if you have a Legal background we would love to hear from you.
Please download the relevant opportunity summary below, if you like what you read, please get in touch we would live to talk to you.
Why Join Us
You can expect to join a small, dedicated, volunteer team of passionate professionals who share our values and are committed to positive social change in our community.
• Shared and equal responsibility.
• Monthly online meetings.
• Appointment for a 2-years with opportunity for reappointment for a further 2 years.
• Develop Board and leadership experience.
• Be part of a vibrant growing business where fun under pins our lifechanging activities.
• Free slope access.