SCSN is the national forum for officers who are responsible for the strategic development of community safety at both local and national level, in the private, public and voluntary sector. We are the strategic voice for community safety in Scotland and through working collaboratively with our members and partner agencies, we champion community safety and influence the shaping and development of national policy and local delivery.
A significant part of our work is running and maintaining networks, meetings and events.
A vacancy has arisen for a Business Support Assistant to support our Business Support and Development Officer arrange and develop events, meetings and networks.
Applicants should have relevant administrative experience, including familiarity and relevant skills with Microsoft Office products. Familiarity with information management systems is desirable but not essential. We encourage applications from individuals who are confident, experienced administrators, used to working in a busy and diverse environment, are self-motivated, organised and flexible in their work.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within NUS Scotland to join our team supporting the work of NUS Scotland. This role will provide administrative and events support to the NUS Scotland office team to ensure the office operates effectively and efficiently. This includes support for the NUS Scotland President and the Director of NUS Scotland, liaising with external stakeholders and providing information for our members.
The role also involves planning events, from workshops to conferences, to ensure our members are engaged and have the best possible experience.
The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of providing administrative team support and being able to prioritise and complete tasks to a high quality. You will share our core values and relish the opportunity to work in a fast-paced democratic environment.
This is an exciting opportunity to underpin the support we offer to families and children in East Lothian As part of a busy and friendly team, you’ll bring excellent administrative, IT and financial skills to enable delivery of core business support, reporting to the Service Manager.
If you are an experienced administrator with knowledge of Social Work, Community Work or a similar work environment we want to hear from you.
This is a permanent, part time post of 21 hours per week.
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
To assist in all activities associated with Older & Active in East Kilbride.
We are looking for someone who communicates well and cares that our members and people we work with have a good experience of CCPS.
Your role will be to take lead responsibility for the administrative and logistical aspects of our events, workshops and meetings. You will also ensure the smooth running of our membership services. This includes arranging membership meetings; onboarding new members; and handling membership data.
To do the job well you need to be a self-starter who is confident using computers. You will care about people having a good experience of CCPS and will communicate effectively. You will be well organised in your own work and happy supporting others.
We are looking for someone who is organised, communicates well, and cares that our members and people we work with have a good experience of CCPS.
Your role will be to help our administrative team and other colleagues. You will have a wide range of tasks including: assisting with finance; events preparation; general administration and keeping the office running smoothly.
To do the job well you need to be confident using computers and communicating effectively with different people; good with numbers; attentive to detail and well-organised.
We can be flexible about your work pattern and how the 17.5 hours are delivered over the week (within standard office hours).
We’re looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator to join our busy team working in the centre of Edinburgh. Recent payroll experience, working knowledge of RTI, excellent customer service skills and the ability to work to strict deadlines are essential skills required for this role. Flexible working, defined contribution pension and other benefits available.
Glasgow Riding for the Disabled are looking to employ a Volunteer Coordinator/Admin Assistant for their Centre based in Summerston, Glasgow. This post will be 20 hours over 5 days with a degree of flexibility (some evening/weekend work may be required). Salary £16,380 per annum (pro rata)
To develop, expand and retain the numbers of volunteers at The Glasgow Group of Riding for the Disabled. The post holder will be responsible for all aspects of the day to day delivery of volunteering opportunities for The Glasgow Group of the Riding for the Disabled Association.
For over 30 years Gorgie City Farm has operated as a successful community-owned initiative based in the west of Edinburgh. We’re a working farm and visitor attraction aiming to bring the sights, sounds, and smells of farming into the city through our wide range of animals and plants. As part of this we aim to educate children and adults about farming and food production, and promote social inclusion by providing a host of volunteering opportunities, often for those with disabilities or problematic backgrounds.
We’re now looking for a new Volunteering Administrator to join our team and assist the Volunteer Manager in the recruitment, induction, co-ordination and support of our volunteers at the Farm. A farming background isn’t needed - we’re looking for a self-starter with good IT skills, strong administration and organisational skills to help us secure Gorgie City Farm’s excellent reputation within the City.