Exciting times! get2gether has just celebrated its 7th birthday and we believe we’ve achieved a lot – we organise social opportunities for adults with disabilities in Edinburgh and the Lothians and our membership is growing. Thanks to continued funding from the National Lottery and Scottish Government our future is secure until at least March 2021.
As Edinburgh Events Co-ordinator, you will be organising a range of ‘ordinary’ events in ‘ordinary’ places in co-production with our members. You’ll be attending and facilitating these events (including evenings and weekends). You will work closely with our Ambassadors, Events Team and members, encouraging them towards greater independence.
The successful candidate will demonstrate
The Pleasance Lifehouse is seeking a highly motivated and dynamic Night Welcome Worker to assist homeless individuals with achieving better lives. The centre is a homeless accommodation situated in Edinburgh’s city centre. It is a progressive, forward thinking project that offers a wide range of support services to its clients.
Key Responsibilities include offering front of house services to clients, ensuring they are signed in or out where required and their queries are handled in a professional manner, referring them to support staff where required. In addition you will:
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate motivation towards supporting vulnerable clients to achieve focussed and positive life outcomes. You will be eager to work within the ethos of The Salvation Army, with good customer service and time management skills and the ability to prioritise workload.
Benefits: 25 days annual leave + bank holidays; a contributory pension scheme; season ticket loan; an employee assistance programme
Appointment subject to satisfactory references, proof of right to work in the UK and a satisfactory Disclosure check.
We require an enthusiastic and motivated person with good communication and administrative skills to provide admin support to our busy office team. You will cover a wide range of admin tasks including reception, answering and dealing with calls to and from housing associations and clients re. packs, arranging deliveries and collections for packs and donations of household items, petty cash, maintaining filing systems, recording data, updating social media, monitoring and ordering supplies as well as helping assemble packs when necessary, light cleaning duties and offering support to staff and volunteers across the organisation. In house training will be provided and if applicable there is the possibility of studying for a Modern Apprenticeship.
A Job Description is available for download below.
We seek to recruit a highly motivated Fundraising Administrator with previous experience to join our team. You will be a member of a small team based in our office in Midlothian, responsible for providing fundraising administration, directly supporting our Fundraising Officer. You will be instrumental in the effective organisation of our fundraising with a key focus on delivering excellent service to supporters so they feel valued, receive an outstanding supporter experience and are provided with guidance to maximise income. This is a new role, pivotal in supporting SiMBA grow its services and achieve its strategic objectives.
You should possess excellent interpersonal skills and have specific expertise in communicating confidently and sensitively with people at all levels. You should be able to work on your own initiative and previous experience of managing incoming funds via a CRM system would be advantageous as would a background in charitable events or working in the voluntary sector.
This is more than an administration role. By fulfilling your role and assisting with the smooth running of the charity’s day to day fundraising function, you will be helping to ensure that those who need our help the most can benefit from it. To read more about our charity please visit our website - simbacharity.org.uk
Minimum Qualifications Required
Relevant experience in administration and/or fundraising and substantial experience within an office environment
Confident communicator who is happy liaising with people face to face, by phone and over email.
· Able to demonstrate empathy, sensitivity and respect confidentiality when interacting with those who have suffered the loss of a baby and to communicate appropriately
· Proven experience in prioritising and organising workload within a busy office environment is crucial to the role
· Effective interpersonal, organisational and decision-making skills
· Proficient in use of Microsoft Office software, e.g. Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint.
· Knowledge of eTapestry CRM System desirable
· Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
A full Job Description is available for download below.
Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living’s successful Open Door Programme now has a number of fixed term Trainee Admin Assistant jobs available. These posts will be based within various Housing Associations around Glasgow. We are now recruiting for disabled people who live in the Glasgow City Council area to take part in this fantastic opportunity.
GCIL Open Door offers disabled people:
A 39 week contract of employment, 16 hours a week paid at Glasgow Living Wage (currently £9.00/hour)
To apply for these vacancies you must be a disabled person or have a long term health condition and be in receipt of a relevant benefit (ESA, DLA/ PIP or Universal Credit with a Capability to Work element).
Due to our funding criteria, preference will be given to Wheatley Group customers who live within the Glasgow City Council area.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is a world leading youth charity which gives all 14-24 year olds the chance to develop skills for life and work. We engage, inspire and empower over 300,000 young people a year across the UK and from every possible background.
The DofE Award is a game-changer. We know that perseverance and passion for long-term goals is linked to success in education, life and work. Our structured programme of volunteering, physical and skills based challenges inspire, guide and support young people to achieve.
We believe that anything is possible and the possibilities are endless. The positive effects of the DofE are proven and far-reaching. Communities are enriched with passionate and driven volunteers, businesses benefit from work-ready, competent recruits and young people are given the confidence to shine.
We are looking for a maternity cover Administration and Finance Officer to join our Scotland Office in Edinburgh.
The Administration and Finance Officer will provide general administrative support to DofE Scotland staff and its partners, with specific responsibility for financial processing and licence administration.
This is a great opportunity to join the exciting new Beacons Initiative
We are an organisation that’s committed and passionate about making a difference.
Because Scotland Cares
The 218 Service provides an alternative to custody for women in the criminal justice system. We provide programmes of intensive support and group work to empower the women to address the root causes of their offending. With a view to support them to break the cycle of offending which results in the ‘revolving door’ syndrome of maintaining their involvement in the criminal justice system and prison service. The service offers a 12 bed Residential Unit and a Community Engagement service for women who still reside in the community. As many of the women who access our service have a wide range of mental and physical issues we have an integrated health team and psychologies therapy team to address these.
Main duties and responsibilities
An exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of an award-winning, small social enterprise. We need an excellent administrator with an eye for detail to join the Talking Mats team. Talking Mats vision is to improve the lives of people with communication support needs. Talking Mats develops communication resources, provides training and works with organisations on a consultancy basis. Our work is based in Scotland, but we have customers throughout the world.
This is a varied job and no two days will be the same!
For more details please download the job description and person specification below.
To ensure the smooth management of refuge accommodation, that occupancy is maximized and quality of refuges remain at a high standard.
To ensure all income is collected from Housing Benefit and other sources. To ensure that other ancillary costs for refuges are collected. To liaise closely with the appropriate Department in all issues pertaining to refuge rents, ensuring that all relevant documents are completed and submitted timeously. To collect monies from women as required and keep accurate documentation. To provide regular reports, and to work alongside other Women’s Services team members.
Refuge income/ quality
Services to Women
This job description cannot cover every issue or task that may arise within the scope of the post. The post-holder will be expected to carry out other duties from time to time which are broadly consistent with the duties as detailed above.
The post-holder is required to be a member of the PVG Scheme.
Women only need apply under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.