Mindspace Counselling Service is part of Mindspace Ltd. Our aim is to promote mental health within Perth and Kinross by providing services to the community which complement those offered by statutory services.
The Counselling Administrator is crucial to our success in delivering competent administrative support to the Senior Counsellor and Counsellors, which enables them to provide an effective counselling service to the people of Perth and Kinross.
You’ll be the first point of contact for everyone who contacts the organisation. A key part of your role will be to provide a professional reception and information service to clients, counsellors, colleagues and visitors; ensuring their interaction with the organisation is a consistently positive experience. In your role you’ll also coordinate and implement the office procedures and administrative tasks that will enable the Senior Counsellor and Counsellors to provide a seamless and effective counselling service to their clients. In addition to this, your role will involve financial transactions; evaluation and reporting, and the continuous improvement of the administration service.
TO BE SUCCESSFUL
You’ll be educated to a minimum of standard grade A to C or equivalent. You’ll also have a secretarial qualification to a minimum of SVQ Level 2 or equivalent. You’ll have a minimum of two years’ experience and clear achievements as an administrator including competent skills in all computer applications required to carry out your role successfully. You’ll be self-motivated with excellent communication and influencing skills, and the ability to work without close supervision. You’ll be a great time manager and an effective problem-solver, but more importantly you’ll be able to demonstrate the qualities that build trust and foster good relations that will enable you to connect and interact well with the team, our clients and partners. Sensitivity and confidentiality is crucial in this role.
This is an exciting opportunity if you love being part of an organisation that actively supports people to make a difference in their lives. This role enables you to bring your expertise and grow your skills in an environment that has plenty of variety, and where new challenges and opportunities arise every day.
Young Enterprise Scotland is a national charity that supports young people to successfully earn and manage money. We have the ambition, knowledge and vision to reach thousands of young people over the next two years, but we can’t do it alone. As an independent charity, we rely on our passionate and dedicated group of staff working in partnership with schools, local volunteers and our supporters.
Join us in our mission to increase social mobility and give the next generation the enterprising mindset, skills and confidence to start their working life with the attitude and ambition to succeed.
We are recruiting for a part time Volunteer Assistant to join our busy charity to help us meet our mission of #EnterpriseForAll.
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The Citizens Advice network in Scotland is the largest independent advice service in the country. Citizens Advice Scotland is a charity within this network – we act as a national organisation supporting and representing the service as a whole and the interests of citizens. At the heart of the network there are 59 individual citizens advice bureau organisations across Scotland, all operating as independent charities in their own right, and generally focusing on providing support directly to clients. Each of these organisations is a member of Citizens Advice Scotland. Also providing significant added value are the national elements of the service run out of Citizens Advice Scotland, such as the National Projects Team. We believe that every citizen should have access to free, impartial and confidential advice that helps them make informed decisions, whenever they need it and however, they choose to access it.
Citizens Advice Scotland runs a series of national specialist services as projects which require centralised project co-ordination and support. The Project Officer will work alongside the rest of the allocated project team, ensuring successful delivery and development where appropriate.
As well as providing project coordination and support, the role will be responsible for the collation of management information and for the coordination and engagement with key stakeholders as well as assist with the drafting of project reports. This will be used to determine how the project or service is performing and inform recommendations and decisions as to future service development and changes affecting advice delivery.
This role will support a number of projects and therefore a dynamic and flexible individual who can multi task is required. The national projects are delivered by the bureau network, providing the advice and support people need. The Project Officer must have the ability to communicate clearly and to proactively gather information form a wide stakeholder and participation base ensuring deadlines are met.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience of project management in a coordination or support role, including the use of project stakeholder communication and management reporting. You will therefore need to have strong communication skills, including the ability to communicate complex information clearly, accurately and accessibly to non-specialists. It is essential that you are able to comfortably use IT packages, including spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software with previous demonstrable experience.
This role offers the opportunity to be part of an influential organisation that campaigns for a fairer Scotland in order to make a real difference to consumers' lives. This is a great opportunity to play a critical role in helping to make society fairer, and in supporting our network of Citizens Advice Bureaux across Scotland.
*This role is normally based our Edinburgh office. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, all CAS staff are currently working from home and we would therefore expect the successful candidate would be required to work from home initially. Re-opening our offices will be carefully planned and managed in accordance with the latest Scottish Government guidance and public health advice. Candidates should be prepared to work from home initially, but be aware that attendance, not necessarily full time, at the normal office base will be required in future. We are currently reviewing our home working policy in response to the COVID-19 crisis and ongoing opportunities to work from home can be discussed with the successful candidate at offer stage.
Citizens Advice Scotland offers excellent terms and conditions, including a total of 40 days leave (including public holidays) and a pension scheme with an 8% employer contribution. We have a flexitime scheme which enables our employees to work flexibly in line with organisational requirements, and as an inclusive employer we are happy to consider other flexible working arrangements where appropriate.
Do you want to make a real difference to survivors of sexual violence in Highland, contribute to changing attitudes and perceptions, and work towards the prevention of sexual violence? If so, we have an exciting opportunity to join our small but committed team.
RASASH is committed to providing person centred, therapeutic emotional support and advocacy for anyone in the Highlands aged 13 or over affected by sexual violence; and to working to prevent and eliminate sexual violence in all forms.
We are seeking an experienced finance worker to support all our finance and admin related work.
The postholder will have considerable experience in all aspects of Third Sector finance and will be confident and competent in working with Sage, Excel and other Office software.
There may be opportunity for the postholder to be trained to cover a support-line shift but this will be dependent on the candidate and is not the main focus of the role.
Rock Trust is looking to recruit a highly personable, experienced People Advisor (HR) to work in our Administration and HR team.
The People Advisor will be responsible for ensuring Rock Trust is a healthy and productive workplace that attracts, retains, supports, engages and develops top talent.
We are looking for a highly organized self-starter with excellent communication skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive, fruitful relationships, both internally with staff, volunteers and young people, and with external stakeholders. Committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunities for all, they will have the skills and expertise to inspire others and turn ideas in to action.
This post has been developed as part of Rock Trust’s commitment to creating a positive, fair, respectful and safe working environment for the benefit of all employees and the young people we support. As part of our efforts to continually improve our practices we are looking for an HR professional who shares our passion for supporting people to develop and thrive.
Who we are
Rock Trust is Scotland’s leading youth specific homelessness charity. We work with young people aged 16-25 who are at risk of, or who are experiencing homelessness. Our aim is to end youth homelessness in Scotland by ensuring that every young person has access to expert youth specific services to assist them to avoid, survive and move on from homelessness.
Rock Trust holds the gold award from Investors in People. We are committed to making Rock Trust a fantastic place to work. We provide a range of enhanced benefits for staff, including 25 days annual leave and 10 public holidays, an 8% employer contribution pension scheme, life assurance scheme, employee rewards through Perkbox and enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave. A full list of our benefits is available on our website.
We actively support the ability to work flexibly and remotely, and all staff are provided with the right IT equipment and home set-ups to minimise travel and promote a work-life balance.
We are an equal opportunity employer, with the Silver Charter from LGBT Youth Scotland and are signed up to the DWP’s Disability Confident scheme. We encourage applications from all parts of the community.
Rock Trust has four core values; Safety, Positivity, Respect and Fairness. If you hold these values, and are passionate about supporting young people to achieve their full potential and move on from homelessness, then please get in touch.
Place2Be is the leading children's mental health charity providing in-school support and expert professional development to improve the emotional wellbeing of children and young people, families, teachers and school staff. Place2Be provides mental health support and training for over 600 primary and secondary schools, reaching a total school population of over 350,000 pupils.
Our teams provide a range of services in our partner schools to build resilience early in life through counselling, creative work and play and support a child’s ability to engage in school life. Our work, focused on early intervention, is part of the ‘comprehensive CAMHS system’.
We are looking for a highly motivated individuals to provide efficient administration and diary management for the Director for Scotland and Wales and wider management team within our operational services.
As the Administrator for Scotland and Wales Team you will be responsible for liaising with all departments across Place2Be as well as external stakeholders. You will focus on providing administration and diary management for the Director for Scotland and Wales and wider team, ensuring that all internal and external communications are handled in a timely and effective way.
You will be responsible for general administration and coordination across a number of areas including (but not limited to) data input, reporting, organising team meetings, minute taking, diary management, preparation of reporting packs, information cascade. As a frequent first-point of contact, you will play a key role in reflecting the high quality standards and professionalism of our work. You’ll need to be able to use your own initiative and work independently and be competent in using excel and data.
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In return we offer you a range of fantastic benefits including:
If you share our core values of perseverance, integrity, compassion and creativity and have the counselling skills and patience to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable young people and families, we would love you to join us. It’s sensitive and demanding work – but hugely rewarding and fulfilling - you will be helping to give young people a brighter future.
Staf is Scotland’s membership organisation for all those involved in the lives of young people leaving care, with over 70 members across the public, third and independent sectors. Our vision is that the wellbeing and success of young people leaving care in Scotland is indistinguishable from their peers in the general population.
We work with and alongside young people and those who support them to achieve our vision through participation projects, the development of policy and practice and our programme of learning events.
We are looking for a technology capable and organised person to join our committed team. You will support us to run regular events using a variety of online platforms. You will be involved in all aspects of our events offering from forward planning to ensuring that they run smoothly on the day. You will have an aptitude for working online and a knowledge of the tools available to provide online gatherings.
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As per current Scottish Government Guidelines, all staff are currently working from home. Should this change, you will be working at Staf’s office in Glasgow
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Ypeople has over 200 staff and volunteers and supports hundreds of people every day in our homelessness, young people’s wellbeing and out of school care services.
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At Southside Housing Association we offer a highly challenging and rewarding work environment which gives employees the opportunity to make a real difference. The quality of our services depends on the quality and skills of our staff. Our departments work closely together to ensure our customers receive a great service and each of their needs are met.
Southside Housing Association continues to maintain its Investor in People (IIP) Award through formal and informal learning and development.
We offer a wide range of job opportunities from front line advice to management roles. Southside Housing Association has a diverse workforce of 100 staff to serve its diverse community. Southside Housing Association continues its commitment to Glasgow City Councils Living Wage campaign.
Southside Housing Association Ltd is a charitable community controlled housing organisation. We own and manage approximately 2,200 houses and through our own factoring company, SFARS, provide a factoring service to a further 800 houses.
Glasgow Care & Repair
Glasgow Care & Repair is a city wide service managed and delivered by Southside Housing Association. This post offers an opportunity to be part of a forward thinking team making a positive difference to people’s lives.
The service delivers Handyperson and advice services to older people and people with disabilities living throughout Glasgow.
We now wish to recruit to add to our growing team as we begin to develop and deliver services to a wider range of customers.
We are seeking an experienced Administrator with excellent customer focus and experience of working in a busy environment. Applicants will have a minimum of three years recent, direct experience of working in a busy office in a customer focused/service role and SVQ Level 3 /HNC in Business Administration or equivalent qualification, or qualified by significant relevant experience.
St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral is situated in the West End of our City and is a Cathedral for the Diocese of Edinburgh and for our city.
We seek to be a place where all are nurtured in faith and hope and love: through transforming encounter with God in word, music and beauty, and with one another in the warmth of welcome, the depth of theological engagement and in generous action for our community and city.
We are looking for a skilled and competent administrator to support our clergy and musicians. Excellent administrative skills are required along with the flexibility to respond to the changing demands of a busy city centre church.
Church membership is not a requirement, but applicants are expected to be sympathetic to the aims and objectives of St Mary’s Cathedral.