Service Delivery Worker - Health & Wellbeing Workshops

  • Part time
  • £22,500 – £25,000 pro-rata
  • Stirling
  • Closing 11th July 2022

  • Advertised from 24th June 2022
  • 14 hours per week – days and times flexible. Salary dependent on experience. Fixed term contract for 1 year. Renewable subject to funding.


Are you passionate, enthusiastic and motivated to support women who have touched the criminal justice system? We are looking for the right person to deliver our Health & Wellbeing online workshops to help improve the health & wellbeing of the women we support. Our suite of programmes support the women as they gain qualifications, work experience, life skills and have the opportunity to raise their self-esteem and confidence and our workshops add to the wrap around support we provide. You will be part of a team which deliver a suite of programmes which includes: Making Positive Changes, our highly successful training programme; RISE our mentoring programme and our work experience opportunities where the women join us on our regular production days. You are likely to have existing experience and contacts within this sector in Scotland and you will have experience of working with women which may include those who have touched the criminal justice system. These services complement each other and provide holistic support which the women can access on a stand-alone basis or in conjunction with the other services as they journey towards making positive changes in their lives. Liking chocolate is a bonus, what is more important is that you have the knowledge, skills and experience: want to work in a positive learning environment and are empathic with our values and team spirit.

The organisation

Positive Changes (Scotland) CIC is an organisation which supports women who have touched the Scottish criminal justice system towards making positive changes in their lives and reaching their potential. We use the vehicle of making and selling exquisite chocolates, branded Grace Chocolates changing lives to engage with the women and generate revenue. 100% of profits are reinvested to support our services.

By engaging with us the women have the opportunity to gain work experience, write a Personal Development Plan, improve their CV and gain workplace skills which will help lower barriers they face when looking for fulfilling employment, which for many is an aspiration. Each woman is encouraged to develop their own Personal Development Plan to help her set goals and aims which is her pathway towards fulfilling work. The women are involved in all aspects of the making and selling the chocolates and our customers include: individuals for gifts and treats; weddings; corporate organisations for serving and giving as gifts to their clients; restaurants and event companies; and other Public Sector organisations for gifts and serving to their guests.

This post is initially funded for 1 year with the intention that it will become a longer-term position. This is not guaranteed and is subject to funding.

Application notes

The closing date for applications is 9am Monday, 11th July 2022. If you are interested in this role, please email a copy of your CV and a covering letter detailing suitability for the role to Please state any preferred hours/days of working and include in your letter what unique attributes you can bring to this role and why you think you are the right person for it.

We encourage applications from all sectors of the community regardless of age, race, religion, sexual orientation as we are an Equal Opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of the criminal justice system with the appropriate skills and experience. All applications will be acknowledged. Successful written applications will be invited to interview after which the successful candidate will be advised and the role offered.