We are a Scottish Charity, passionate about developing peacemakers in faith communities. We accompany people experiencing conflict and equip and train people to navigate conflict well. To deliver this service, we are privileged to have a highly trained, multi-denominational group of volunteers who have experience in mediation, training and facilitation. This volunteer group is supported by our small, dedicated staff team.
To develop Place for Hope as an independent charitable body addressing the purposes of the organisation as set out in the Constitution. To provide leadership and to be responsible for the management and administration of the charity within the strategic and accountability frameworks set out by the Board of Trustees.
Modelling a Different Way of Working
Place for Hope attempts to model a flexible, integrated, environmentally aware method of working: we do not maintain office space (so our staff work from home); and staff are encouraged to use public transport whenever possible. Staff have weekly online conference meetings as well as meeting at regular intervals within the month at various accessible locations (usually Edinburgh or Glasgow).
Equal Opportunity Employer
Place for Hope, as an independent Scottish Charity is an equal opportunity organisation and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation or age.
Closing Date for Applications: noon on Friday 10th July 2020
Interviews will be held on: w/c 27th July 2020 by Zoom
Start date: tbc depending on availability, ideally no later than 2nd November 2020