VASLan, South Lanarkshire’s Third Sector Interface are looking for someone with excellent communications skills to come and help shape the voice of our future vision and strategy.
We need someone with a passion for communication to come and engage with our partners through online articles, written pieces, and marketing publications. You will be the go-to person for support with communication and visibility of our services.
About the Role
We are looking for a creative individual who can interpret a communications plan, deliver high-quality articles and publications that ensure that those we engage with are informed of the work of the Third Sector Interface and South Lanarkshire’s Third Sector.
You will be responsible for monitoring the content of the website, social media pages and other online platforms, ensuring information is accurate and cohesive.
Working with our staff team you will actively seek out positive stories to promote VASlan and the Third Sector with marketing being key to your role, helping our staff team promote events and activities.
You will work alongside people with lived experience of mental health recovery and local organisations to develop a peer led Mental Wealth Academy for Dundee. The Academy will develop and share learning about experiences of mental health, wellbeing, and self-management by delivering:
· Peer led training
· Peer led and professionally supported research
· Pathways into accreditation and employment
· Practical coping skills and self-management techniques
This exciting role is new, and we are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, self-motivated, and proactive funding and communications officer who can demonstrate a real passion for income generation and who can make a tangible contribution to increasing the charity’s and supporting the local third sectors funding position, while helping to raise the charity’s profile via communications strategy. We require someone who understands the nature of what we do and can empathise with the Third Sector. You will work alongside the Chief Officer to develop and implement a Funding and Communications Strategy for the organisation.
Are you a funding professional with great relationship-building skills? Would you be that person who would like to play a pivotal role to help Volunteer Centre East Lothian (VCEL) meet its vision to improve the strength of the local third sector and the health and wellbeing or our communities? You should be a strong and confident communicator able to form relationships with ease and possess an ability to network and engage in a persuasive and positive manner. You must be passionate about the work of this organisation.
Volunteer Centre East Lothian (VCEL) are seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual with experience. This is an ideal role for someone who is keen to develop within the not-for-profit sector, who has the professionalism, energy, creativity and drive to make the most of their creative skills and experience.
This is a great opportunity to join an established grassroots Third Sector organisation. Volunteer Centre East Lothian (VCEL) is an organisation that’s committed and passionate about making a difference.