• Advertised from 4th May 2022
  • Contract: Part-time temporary (21 hours per week) Salary: (Grade H)


The Role

As a member of the Integral Human Development (IHD) Department - which is responsible for SCIAF’s advocacy and project work in the UK and overseas - you will provide administrative support to the Institutional Funding and Compliance Adviser. You will be responsible for supporting the department to develop and maintain SCIAF’s institutional funding base, with particular focus on trusts and foundations funding, for long-term development and relief and rehabilitation projects; and for education and awareness-raising work.

This role will be based in our Glasgow office; although a degree of flexibility can be offered in terms of where and when this role is undertaken.

Who we’re looking for

We’re looking for a high-performing individual with excellent organisation and planning skills, who can work with a high level of accuracy to meet tight deadlines. You will a have a good working knowledge of a variety of IT systems (particularly MS Office products), good written English, an ability to exercise initiative; and be proactive and resilient. The ability to proof read and edit written documents is essential.

You will have effective communication and team working skills as well as the ability to interact well with staff at all levels within the organisation.

As an inclusive employer, we want our staff team to reflect the communities in which we live and work. We therefore welcome applications from all sections of the community.


SCIAF is the official overseas aid and development agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland. Our mission is to enable the poorest to lift themselves out of poverty and work

together to protect our common home, help people recover from disaster, and inspire people in Scotland to put their faith into action. SCIAF works in partnership with local and church organisations, supporting communities across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, to bring about lasting change. We reach out to those in need, regardless of age, race or religion and believe in supporting the whole person, including their spiritual wellbeing, political voice, cultural and community life.


SCIAF undertakes to ensure that all staff, volunteers and relevant others, whose work might involve contact with children and/or vulnerable adults, will have completed additional recruitment procedures and have PVG scheme membership. We would also confirm that all staff are expected to adhere to SCIAF’s Safeguarding Policy and a Code of Conduct which specifies the attitudes and behaviour that all staff are expected to maintain.

Application notes

Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification carefully, which are contained within the attached job application pack. Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@sciaf.org.uk (Please note CVs will not be considered).

Closing date for completed application forms: 12 noon on Tuesday 24 May 2022