Dyslexia Scotland aims to inspire and enable people with dyslexia to reach their potential in education, employment and life. The Administrator (Tutors) will be part of a small staff team working from our Stirling base. They will co-ordinate and administer the National Tutor List; deal with enquiries from people seeking a tutor; and recruit and support dyslexia-specialist tutors. Other duties will include answering Helpline queries and providing general administrative support.
We are looking for an experienced individual to provide administrative and secretarial support to the Day Service Managers and Workshop staff and assist with general organisational activities, as well as supporting members within the building or workshops on occasions.
We have an exciting opportunity for someone to work within one of the most innovative and successful self-help initiatives for people faced with poverty. As part of the Big Issue team based in Edinburgh, you will be working from the distribution office and conducting sales and outreach duties around Edinburgh and surrounding areas.
Sales and Outreach Workers are the face of The Big Issue and work with the vendors to maximise their potential.
Your main responsibilities in this role will be executing and increasing sales and creating a positive environment for vendors to work in. On a daily basis you will be working one-on-one with vendors, actively recruiting new vendors, managing pitches and promoting good relations with the community where our vendors work. As a member of a small team, you will need to be proactive, organised, and have a non-judgemental attitude.
In addition to create a good working environment for the vendors, you will also be responsible for marketing The Big Issue within the local area and forming strong networks within the local community.
You must be proficient in Microsoft packages with good organisational skills and the ability to juggle and prioritise demands from different directions.
Experience working with vulnerable and homeless people would be an advantage, and a commitment to the social objectives of The Big Issue is essential.
Big Issue benefits include an incremental holiday scheme starting at 25 days per year plus bank holidays (pro-rata), a health care scheme, pension scheme, life cover and up to 6 days paid leave in a rolling year to care for sick dependents.
Can you lead a thriving community organisation to bring care, love and laughter to local people’s lives?
We’re seeking an inspirational leader with strong organisational skills, solid financial management experience, and a social or health care background, to provide day to day management and administration of The Open Door, a local charity promoting inclusion in South Edinburgh.
About The Open Door
We support vulnerable older people to have fun with friends, and remain as active and independent as possible, through our social clubs and registered day care services. We provide a welcoming space for people who may be feeling lonely or isolated to chat and linger over a hot drink or light lunch in our community cafe. We enable people of diverse ages, abilities and backgrounds to contribute to their local community through volunteering in our day care services, community café and other projects.
We are proud of reputation for delivering high quality care and support services. We were awarded “Grade 5 – Very Good” for all categories in our last inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
We were founded in 1982 by a retired nurse, Peggy Hunter, and are well-supported by the community with over 50 individuals volunteering with The Open Door every fortnight.
Citizens Advice and Rights Fife (CARF) is an independent and innovative advice organisation providing holistic advice and support to local people.
Recognising recent growth in the organisation, CARF has developed a new role within its Finance function. We are now recruiting for an enthusiastic and experienced individual to provide support to our Finance & Resources Manager with key duties including payroll, accounts, HR and facilities support.
We are looking for a team player who is highly organised and methodical in their approach with an eye for detail. The ideal candidate must be IT literate, have excellent communication skills with an approachable and trustworthy nature.
A recognised qualification in Accounting as well as a sound working knowledge of payroll is essential for this role while previous experience of working in the voluntary sector would be advantageous.
The Yard is an award-winning charity that runs adventure play services for disabled children, young people and their families in the east of Scotland. Since we opened in 1986, our services have grown significantly, but we will always retain our holistic approach and ethos of child-centred and child-led play services.
At The Yard Edinburgh we also offer our mainstream play service, called Sunday Funday. This is a pay to play public service, the proceeds of which are fed back to support our services for disabled children. All our services are known for their innovative and inclusive approaches, and our facilities are unique in Scotland.
The role of Sunday Funday Coordinator plans and manage the day to day service delivery of this Sunday Funday service, particularly from a customer service point of view. We are looking for someone who is bright, dynamic and creative, and has experience supporting a customer facing team. The post holder will have an exciting opportunity to lead a team of committed and passionate individuals and to welcome over 100 families every week. The post holder will also work alongside the Social Enterprise Manager to support other social enterprise within the organisation.
ARK is a major provider of Housing, Care and Support to people with long term and enduring conditions such as learning disability, mental health issues, dementia and autism. Our aim is to ensure that those who use our services get the very best out of ARK to enable them to live a good life.
ARK Housing Association is currently recruiting an Administration Assistant based supporting the Services ARK has in St Andrews.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an organisation that aims to ensure vulnerable people live a good life. We need your skills, knowledge and expertise to make it possible.
Your role will be to provide confidential administrative support to the Managers across ARK Services in St Andrews.
Ideally, you should hold secretarial and administrative qualifications and have administration experience, preferably in a Housing Association or similar office department. Your job as the Care and Support Administrator is to provide an effective customer focused service to our Service Users and staff as necessary. You will act as point of contact for all telephone enquiries and carry out general office administration, including system administration and financial record keeping, working closely with the local Area Management team providing information and administrative support where required.
In return for your valuable contribution, ARK will also offer you:
· A wide range of development opportunities, including comprehensive induction, training and e-Learning.
· Benefits which include up to 36 days paid holiday per year pro rata and a 3.4% employer pension contribution.
· A range of working hours designed to offer you a good work-life balance.
· ARK will fully fund your Disclosure.
At the MS Society, we make sure people living with MS are at the centre of everything we do. And it’s this commitment that unites us across the UK.
Our work is based on the hopes and aspirations of our MS community. Together we campaign at all levels, fund ground-breaking research and provide award winning support and information.
Our people are our greatest asset and the key to our success. We offer a vibrant, progressive environment where you will make a difference.
About this job
An exciting opportunity has arisen in our busy fundraising team to join us as our Fundraising and Events Administrator.
You will be the first point of contact for all of our #MSSuperstar fundraisers and as such are responsible for generating support and providing excellent stewardship. As first point of contact for our supporters you will need to be a confident communicator with the ability to build personable and effective relationships. You are key to motivating and inspiring people to help stop MS.
You will be a great team player, armed with excellent organisational and administration skills and a positive, can-do attitude.
The community and events portfolio is growing and includes running, cycling, swimming and challenges as well as an abundance of supporter led activity including head shaves, mass walks, balls and charity days.
As the Fundraising and Events Administrator, you will be responsible for stewarding and supporting the delivery of this exciting range of fundraising events and supporters in this busy role so we are looking for someone with strong organisational skills who can prioritise and build support.
You will be joining us at an exciting stage of our development and this is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a supportive and friendly team.
An opportunity exists to join this vibrant, growing Scottish charity, which offers specialist advice, information & support to families affected by Huntington’s disease and professionals involved with their care.
We are seeking an experienced community fundraising assistant with excellent communication and PC skills including databases, spreadsheets and working knowledge of MS Windows-based computer systems. The successful candidate will have a high level of initiative and be able to work collaboratively with our two community fundraising officers.
Partners in Advocacy is looking for a part-time Administrator to join our Glasgow team.
Experience of providing a high level of admin support is essential.