ENSA is recruiting an outstanding, experienced individual to undertake the role of Head of Edinburgh Napier Students’ Association (ENSA). This is an exciting opportunity for an individual who would like to shape and lead an organisation through an interesting and challenging time for Higher Education, where innovation, collaboration and enthusiasm is key.
The successful post holder will provide excellent, proactive and strategic leadership and management. They will have the necessary drive to harness opportunities, in ways commensurate with the values of ENSA, so that the charity achieves its aims and objectives.
This is an exciting opportunity to provide operational leadership and develop and maintain positive partnerships with schools and other partners in East Renfrewshire.
Children 1st is looking for someone who is passionate about doing the right thing for children with an in-depth understanding and experience of operational management of services in the fields of child wellbeing, child protection, and trauma sensitive family support. You should also have experience of working in partnership with colleagues from several agencies including schools, social work and health.
The post holder will support Family Wellbeing staff who are connected to schools across East Renfrewshire through day-to-day connection as well as formal support and supervision and professional development. By joining our existing leadership team in East Renfrewshire, the post holder will contribute to the on-going development of our services. The post holder will also manage the relationships and contracts with schools in East Renfrewshire.
Edinburgh World Heritage plays a central role in the management and protection of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh, a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site. Our current Director is leaving us in June to take up a post abroad and the Board of Trustees is looking to appoint a Director who will build on our achievements and lead us in the next stage of our development.
This exciting opportunity is one of the most important leadership roles in the heritage sector in Scotland, if not the UK. The successful candidate will play a key role in partnership with the Board in shaping and contributing to the conversations in the City as we navigate the opportunities and challenges facing the World Heritage Site.
We are seeking a strategic and inspirational leader who can work with the Board and partners to develop our future direction, influence key stakeholders and represent and promote the interests of the charity to a wide range of communities. Key attributes will include the ability to work collaboratively and across organisational and sector boundaries, lead the team, think strategically and follow through to delivery.
LSA was founded and continues to operate as a charity aiming to encourage and welcome all those who want to learn about art and design, irrespective of age, ability or personal circumstances. Our Charitable Activities include an Assisted Places Scheme; Community Classes; Graduate Residency programme; and Schools Outreach Project. These activities open the door to many for whom the opportunity to learn about, and practise art, would otherwise be beyond reach.
As Fundraising & Development Co-ordinator you will work closely with the Principal and the Business Manager. You will also be working closely with the administrative team at LSA, and key in engaging staff to become invested in fundraising. Initially your focus will be on:
Your contribution will align with the overall vision, strategy and development of LSA, which is being driven by the senior management team and Board of Directors.
This will translate into development of current and new income streams, increase in voluntary income, securing new and effective partnerships which is key in today’s competitive fundraising climate, and maintaining and building relationships with our valued supporters.
This is a challenging and rewarding role with the prospect to make a real and lasting contribution to the future of Leith School of Art.
We are looking for an experienced service manager for the delivery of three Edinburgh based services that make a difference to peoples’ lives.
As a Service Manager you will combine a thorough knowledge of social care practice with leadership, team management, achieving financial targets and service development.
Our Service Managers are responsible and accountable for maintaining high quality standards across services and the leadership and management of teams to ensure safe and effective provision of support through the promotion of outcomes focused person-centred approaches. Ensuring compliance with relevant, legislation, contracts and service specifications, policies and ensuring practice reflects the requirements of key stakeholder and external partnerships.
If you think you have what it takes to join our team, we would like to hear from you, we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
The WHALE Arts Community Garden Coordinator will be responsible for the running and maintenance of the garden working independently, and along with the Garden Volunteers and the Enterprise and Facilities Manager. The WHALE Arts garden provides an enjoyable and sustainable greenspace for our local Wester Hailes community. You will be maintaining the grounds that hold a variety of plants, vegetables, fruit, herbs, benches and a fire pit.
Working closely with your manager you will help develop and follow a maintenance plan for the WHALE Arts garden that supports our organisation values, be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the garden and help ensure health and safety is followed on the gardening grounds.
Additionally you will coordinate our Garden volunteers and share skills and knowledge regularly on horticultural practices such as planting, growing, preparation, and pruning. Using your excellent communication skills and ability to build positive relationships. You will discuss, explore, and where suitable, implement feedback and ideas from our volunteers and staff to keep the garden developing and growing.
ACE IT Scotland exists to advance the knowledge and connectivity of over-50s in Edinburgh. Through IT coaching and empowerment, to improve wellbeing, independence and active involvement as citizens.
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and caring person to develop and run our outreach work throughout Edinburgh. One element of our work offers one to one person-centred learning sessions for older people who are struggling with any digital equipment. The sessions are based in our offices at Nicolson Square, Edinburgh.
Our ‘Moose in the Hoose’ project provides IT learning and support to residents currently in five care homes in Edinburgh. We also perform various types of outreach work in the community from scam workshops to our Work Wise Women employability courses.
We have recently created COVID-19 response services including our free ACE IT Coaching Helpline and our new ACE IT Tech Library service which lends tablet devices to partner organisations who work with over-50s.
We already have dedicated enthusiastic trained volunteers to work with older people and care home residents and within these outreach projects.
Sleep Scotland is looking to recruit an HR Manager to join our busy and dynamic, team. You will have recent experience in a similar role, be highly organised, a team player and able to provide pragmatic and responsive solutions across the organisation.
The core purpose of the role is:
About the Charity: Sleep Scotland is an Edinburgh based charity that provides support services focussed on two areas. Sleep Services supports the families of children and young people with sleep problems. TEENS+, is a transitional education programme, supporting young people with complex and severe communication issues.
Sleep Scotland promotes healthy sleep in children and young people through sleep awareness, sleep counselling and education through our sleep services function. We work throughout Scotland and in other parts of the UK providing intensive sleep programmes for children with additional support needs by training sleep councillors to work directly with families in need of support. We also run a telephone support help line.
Teens+ provides post school education and lifelong learning services for young people with complex communication needs including autism and learning disabilities. Based in two centres in Edinburgh, the service is person centred and individualised to ensure each student, regardless of needs, can reach their fullest potential.
The HR Manager role is an important senior role and working collaboratively with colleagues is an exciting opportunity if you have:
The successful applicant for this post will require a basic disclosure.
HIV Scotland is excited to advertise this new role to help lead a new programmes strand of our work. In the main, these programmes have been started in response to COVID-19, but we hope they will become a permanent part of our work supporting people living with and affected by HIV. It is an exciting and unique opportunity to lead on programmes such as HIV Self Test Scotland, Life Coaching and a whole suite of new initiatives focused at improving wellbeing and reducing social isolation among people that we service. We want to make a real and lasting difference to the lives of people living with and affected by HIV.
You will work closely with the rest of our small team – feeding in to fundraising, policy, research, events, community engagement, volunteering and communications to help grow our programmes, shout about our success and share learning and best practice. You will be a good team player with a flexible approach and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
We are offering extremely flexible conditions for this role – you will be working from home for the foreseeable future and you can choose the hours that suit you. We can offer full-time, part-time or job-share opportunities for this role. You will receive 25-day annual leave entitlement, with up to 10 public holidays (depending on when they fall). Our workplace focuses on performance, not hours at the desk – making HIV Scotland a truly flexible work environment. We offer a full employment benefit programme, which can include discounted gym and spa membership at our partner – the Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel. HIV Scotland also offers an Employer Pension Scheme with 6% employer contributions.
HIV Scotland is an equal opportunity employer. Access to the office is only via a staircase. We apologise for this barrier but if it does causes any concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss options.
Perth College UHI is one of Scotland’s leading Colleges of Further and Higher Education, and a partner in the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Perth College UHI is currently recruiting for new external, independent Board members to join the Board of Management, the governing body charged with overseeing the operation of the College. We would particularly welcome applications from individuals with recent senior-level background in finance, accountancy, or corporate governance.
A position on our Board requires commitment to the work of the College and the community, an interest in the post-16 education sector, and effective communication and analytical skills.
Membership is voluntary and unpaid, but brings huge rewards to members - input can make a real difference to the education and prospects of our learners and to the wellbeing and success of the communities where they live.
Attendance at meetings of the Board and Committees is required, usually early evening, and reasonable travel costs for Board business are reimbursed.
The College is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.