BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with Shelter in their search for a Senior Philanthropy Manager (Scotland).
Scotland is in the midst of a housing crisis. Every 18 minutes, a household is assessed as becoming homeless. Where do they turn to?
Shelter has been providing advice and practical support to people in this plight for the past 50 years. To date, it has helped 500,000 Scots.
In addition, it’s a campaigning organisation with a strong voice. It has championed young people’s rights, held letting agents to account when they have illegally charged fees, lead the charge in the fight against the so called “bedroom tax” and worked closely with Police Scotland to end illegal evictions.
The need is great and growing. The charity needs to boost its income to help meet this challenge and is now looking for a Senior Philanthropy Manager to engage with potential major donors who have the empathy and the ability to make a significant impact. You will need to be excellent at cultivating and stewarding relationships worth 6 figures or more while evidencing strong stakeholder management skills, both internally and externally. Your communications skills will be second to none with you practised and perfect at making a strong pitch or case for support.
You will be expected to be a mature professional who is self motivated and driven to achieve set targets. Ideally, you will show how you have grown income through a tenacious, strategic and creative approach.
If you would like to work for one of the biggest brands in the third sector, have a passion for Shelter’s work and are experienced at managing or brokering high value relationships, then please consider this as your next career move. This role is open to people from the private and public as well as third sector.
Hillcrest Housing Association is a registered charitable Housing Association with stock across Perthshire, Fife, Edinburgh, Dundee and Angus. We have a significant on-going new build development programme and our aim is to provide good quality affordable housing options.
The successful candidate for this post will support and supervise the area housing team in delivery of housing management and maintenance services in Dundee. The Area Manager post is a key role with responsibility for managing a team of Housing Officers; Maintenance Officers and Housing Administrative staff, working to achieve performance targets and providing a high standard of service to tenants. The post-holder will also have responsibility for day to day running of the area Housing Office.
• Be educated to SCQF Level 8 and have previous experience within a housing environment with line management responsibilities
• Be enthusiastic, confident, flexible and highly motivated
• Have excellent organisation and prioritisation skills are essential as is a working knowledge of current housing legislation and regulation
• A full driving license is required for this post
Could you offer practical support to help make a positive difference to the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our society?
Glasgow Night Shelter is looking for enthusiastic new Trustees with specific skills, to complement our existing board.
Applications from people with expertise in HR, fundraising, operational management, and/or health & safety are particularly welcome, as are applications from people with lived experience (or informed knowledge) of refugee and asylum issues.
GNWCAB is seeking a Chief Executive with exceptional business acumen and enthusiasm to lead our team of volunteers and paid staff, and to work with the Board of Directors in delivering our strategic plans.
This is an exciting role for candidates who are highly-motivated and able to meet competing challenges including performance management. The post requires excellent organisation and communication skills with effective time management. The successful candidate will have proven managerial experience and sound financial and risk management skills.
The successful candidate will apply innovative approaches to developing the Bureau’s services and reputation to attract and sustain income generation in line with the Bureau’s strategic priorities.
Fundraising and experience in the voluntary sector would be advantageous. A commitment to partnership working and developing networking relationships with stakeholders and partners is essential.
Are you an experienced marketing and fundraising professional who is passionate about issues of poverty in Scotland?
We are looking for an ambitious individual to lead and develop the Marketing and Fundraising function and become part of the team at Scottish Christian charity Glasgow City Mission. This is a full-time role though job-sharing arrangements will be considered.
Glasgow City Mission is the world’s first city mission and has been fighting against disadvantage and showing compassion to people in need since 1826. In recent years, the Marketing and Fundraising department has been a key driver in enabling the charity to treble in size. As a result, Glasgow City Mission serves more people and undertakes more projects and activities than ever before.
We have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated self-starter who will build on this success, develop our strategies to promote the charity and raise income in order to sustain and grow Glasgow City Mission’s work amongst vulnerable people.
This is an exciting and challenging role that requires an enthusiastic and experienced individual who can demonstrate a proven track record in marketing and/or fundraising plus excellent communications skills.
The role will encompass all areas of the marketing mix, including all communications and brand management, and fundraising development which will include: donor development, trust and corporate fundraising, establishing and cultivating church partnerships, and events.
This role requires a strategic thinker who will internally champion the charity’s donors and supporters. The post-holder will prayerfully lead a small team and also form part of the overall management team at the charity.
Applicants should also have a Christian faith and a live church connection. This is a Genuine Occupational Requirement in terms of the Employment Equality Regulations 2010.
Previous applicants need not apply.
DBI is a two tiered response; a Level 1 response from frontline partnership agencies (A&E, Primary Care, Police Scotland & Scottish Ambulance Service) and a Level 2 supportive interventions delivered by SAMH. DBI level 2 will be provided by trained staff within SAMH who would contact the person within 24-hours of referral and provide compassionate community problem solving support, wellness and distress management planning, supported connections and signposting for a period of up to 14 days.
Due to the expansion of the service we are looking for a part time DBI Practitioner in our Borders Service. This is a challenging and exciting opportunity to make a difference to peoples’ lives and support them to achieve their identified outcomes. You will be able to demonstrate good communication skills and a mature attitude together with adaptability and enthusiasm. The requirement for this post is a minimum of 2 years of experience working or volunteering in the field of mental health.
As the position will involve a variety of shift patterns including evenings, weekends you will be flexible in the hours and shifts you are available to work. The post will include travel across the Scottish Borders, access to your own transport is essential.
Applications are welcome from people who have experienced mental health difficulties . A PVG check is required for this post, along with a Right to Work in the UK check. Candidates will also be required to provide proof of qualifications declared on the application form.
Shelter Scotland are looking for a Support Worker with a good knowledge of homelessness and housing legislation and welfare benefits, to provide support to clients with complex needs, enabling them to resettle, prevent homelessness and to sustain accommodation.
Shelter Scotland helps over half a million people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.
About the role
As a Support Worker you’ll undertake comprehensive housing needs and risk assessments so that the client’s housing-related support needs are fully identified. Providing flexible support, including support in people’s homes and a variety of settings, you’ll develop an outcome focused support plan with the client as well as developing, maintaining and coordinating effective working relationships.
We’re looking for someone with proven experience of working with vulnerable people. With some knowledge of homelessness, housing welfare benefits and safeguarding processes, and a willingness to further develop your knowledge and understanding you will be proficient using a case management system and Microsoft Office applications. You’ll also have a proactive and resilient approach, excellent relationship building skills and a flair for adapting your influencing style. A full driving licence, access to a vehicle and relevant insurance is essential.
Benefits include 30 days’ annual leave, the possibility of flexible working, enhanced family friendly policies and significant opportunities for learning and development.
Safeguarding is everyone’s business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
Shelter Scotland is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of clients, in particular children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff, workers and volunteers to share this commitment.
At Shelter Scotland, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. We are facing diverse problems, so need diverse people to tackle them.
Can you lead, inspire and motivate a team to provide high quality care and support to adults with a learning disability?
St Joseph’s Services have been providing care and support services to adults with a learning disability in Midlothian and Edinburgh for over 94 years.
St Joseph’s Services need a confident, professional, inspirational team leader to support a staff team, the people who use the service and their families and Stakeholders.
We provide Housing Support / Care at Home services to adults living in their own homes. We also provide care and support to adults living within our one care home setting. This post represents an opportunity for the right person to inspire and lead a team, creating the best possible environment for the people we support to live independent, fulfilling lives as part of their local community.
Along with your Practice Development Leader, you will be part of a Circle of Best Practice and you will be expected to contribute to the Organisational strategy and operations of the Circle and St Joseph’s Services as a whole.
The post-holder will uphold St Joseph’s Services Christian Principles and Vincentian Philosophy and Values.
This post is categorised at “supervisor” registration level with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC). Applicants should ensure they can or will meet the requirements for registration.
At CrossReach, we offer quality care and counselling to a wide range of people in need. But our real story is the work that our staff do: reaching out and making a difference to the lives of others. With over 60 services and 2,000 staff across Scotland, efficient financial management is essential to the success of our organisation and maintaining our high levels of care.
You will work closely with the Business Development Advisor to support CrossReach to achieve agreed business targets and also identify opportunities for Business Development to optimise deliverable support to ensure business sustainability and growth.
We’re looking for an ability to gather and analyse information plus good Microsoft Office skills so that you can present your findings. Your excellent communication and interpersonal skills will enable you to establish good relationships so that you can build an understanding of the markets we operate in to identify the above opportunities.
What do you need? You will have relevant qualification at a minimum SVQ3 Level or equivalent, preferably in business, health or social care.
In return we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including an employer contributory pension, healthcare scheme and generous holiday allowance.
As we do our work in Christ’s name the job you have applied for requires you to have a Christian faith and be able to work within and uphold our Christian ethos.
We are looking to recruit a Housing Assistant to be part of our Community Connectors Project, which is funded by the Integrated Care Fund (Health & Social Care) and works in partnership with Recovery Across Mental Health (RAMH) and Active Communities.
As part of this project, Linstone provide a Housing Information Hub and we are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to join our team in providing this service. The successful candidate will provide comprehensive housing information and advice to individuals and facilitate access to other services as appropriate through partnership working.
The ability to work accurately under pressure, prioritise workload and meet deadlines is essential. Computer literacy and a flexible attitude are essential.
Applicants must hold a full current driving licence. A relevant housing / care qualification would be advantageous.
A Basic Disclosure Scotland check will be required for this post.
EVH Conditions of Service, flexible working hours and generous holiday entitlement are offered.