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Digital Training and Education Officer

  • Full time
  • £23,439 – £29,299
  • National Office, Glasgow with flexible homeworking
  • Closing 6th February 2022

  • Advertised from 17th January 2022
  • 35 hours per week


Who Cares? Scotland is Scotland’s only national independent membership organisation for Care Experienced people. Our mission is to secure a lifetime of equality, respect, and love for Care Experienced people in Scotland and we currently have over 3000 members.

The Digital Training and Education Officer will work as part of the Training and Education Team at Who Cares? Scotland, reporting to the Training and Education Manager. The post holder’s main responsibility will be to develop positive relationships with Corporate Parents; designing and delivering projects and activities to support their knowledge and understanding of Corporate Parenting as defined by the Children and Young people (Scotland) Act 2014. They will mobilise quickly to respond to a range of policy and practice developments and ensure that Corporate Parents and relevant stakeholders understand how to effectively support Care Experienced people.

The post holder will adopt a hybrid approach, both delivering training and education sessions and

developing digital projects and associated resources. The right candidate will be a highly effective communicator, facilitator, and presenter, and have a keen interest and skill in communicating complex policy landscapes to a wide audience in interesting and engaging ways. Knowledge and experience of delivering learning programmes is essential, as is the ability to present to senior professionals across the public, private and third sector, and having excellent digital creative skills, with experience in producing and editing short films.

You will be joining the Training and Education Team at an exciting time, sitting within a wider Influencing Team at Who Cares? Scotland. Utilising Each and Every Child framing, the post holder will play a key role in Who Cares? Scotland’s anti-stigma approach for Care Experienced people.

The location of the post holder is flexible, however they will be expected to travel across Scotland, with a focus on the central belt, regularly to fulfil their remit. Evening and weekend work, including occasional overnight stays, is a requirement of the role.

For further information about the Training and Education team’s work, please see

For an informal conversation about this opportunity please contact Chloe Dobson, Training and Education Manager, at

Application notes

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Closing date for applications is Sunday 6th February 2022

Interviews will be held remotely on Monday 21st February 2022

We particularly welcome applications from people with experience of care who meet the criteria for the post.