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  • Advertised from 3rd February 2020
  • 4 Days 0.8FTE - £21,682 actual salary. Fixed term one year from start date.


Are you passionate about the voluntary sector? Do you believe that by working collectively as a city we can tackle some of the issues contributing to poverty and inequality? Enthusiastic, tenacious, a great communicator, you must enjoy dealing with sector leaders and people with passion. Are you up for a challenge? If you like the sound of the above, then Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council (EVOC) is looking to recruit a part-time Development Worker (Community Investment).

The Development Worker shall contribute to the development and delivery of the first phase of a multi-disciplinary, mixed model of preventative health, early intervention, social support and reablement which will integrate elements of the Community Led Support and Asset Based Community Development models to identify and deliver a number of test sites across Edinburgh. These sites will provide the opportunity for voluntary, independent and statutory sector services to come together to deliver the aspirations of the incoming Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership Strategic Plan.

Application notes

Closing Date for all posts: 10am, Wednesday 12 February 2020

Interviews will be held during the two following weeks. Further details to be given to selected candidates.

Recruitment packs for all posts are available at

EVOC helps to support, develop and promote the interests and work of voluntary and community organisations in Edinburgh. We do this by:

  • Providing services that enable voluntary sector organisations to thrive
  • Working to influence the statutory sector in the creation of conditions that will allow the voluntary sector to flourish.

EVOC is a partner in the Edinburgh Third Sector Interface (TSI), which is part of a national network of Third Sector Interfaces.

Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council is a company limited by guarantee SC173582 and is a registered Scottish charity SC009944