We’re Scotland’s national human rights institution, promoting and protecting human rights for everyone in Scotland.
A key member of the Commission’s management team, the Head of Corporate Services leads the delivery of our corporate services, organisational administration and business management, supporting the Commission to achieve its strategic and operational objectives.
Support in Mind Scotland is a registered charity that provides support for people whose lives are affected by mental health issues. This can include people directly affected by mental illness, family members, friends and supporters. We are a national charity delivering services across Scotland.
We are seeking to recruit a Senior Administration Officer to join our small and friendly team, based in our National Office in Edinburgh. Working closely with colleagues, you will provide a comprehensive Administrative and HR support function across the charity.
The role would suit an experienced office professional with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, who relishes a diverse workload and a busy working environment.
The successful candidate will be required to have a Disclosure Scotland check.
This is a great opportunity to join an award winning charity. In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer scope for development, a benefit package including 37 days’ holiday and access to our Employee Assistance Programme.
Reporting to: Finance Manager
Bright Light is a Member of Relationships Scotland, regulated by COSCA. Established in 1947, based in the centre of Edinburgh’s New Town, we launched our new name on 29th February 2016 as Bright Light Relationship Counselling as this accurately reflects our energy as a professional counselling health and wellbeing organisation and the wider range of services we provide. – we are no longer predominantly couple counselling. A meteor streaked through the skies of Scotland the night of we launched Bright Light. Hopefully a good omen.
Relationships are what matter most to us all and at Bright Light relationship counselling we help over 6000 people living in Edinburgh and the Lothians per year get the most out of the relationships that they recognise matter most to them – we support individual people, couples, children of all ages, grandparents, siblings, kinship carers, adult children with their parents, looked after children, aunties, uncles, friends …. Whoever needs us. Helping with relationship challenges – trust, communication, parenting, physical and/or mental health issues, abuse, addiction, gender identity, physical illness, loss, disability, separation, divorce – supporting people before issues reach crisis point and family/relationship breakdown whenever possible but if things have gone beyond that point we help with positive separation/parenting apart.
Based in the centre of Edinburgh with frequent public transport.
Are You ?
A pro-active, energetic, creative, systems and problem solving person who likes to shape things and strives to deliver first class customer care? Do you have excellent organisational and communication skills, can multi task and lead our committed, dynamic admin team?. It’s a must that you have extensive administrative and staff management/leadership experience and comfortable using your own initiative. Our current Lead Administrator has been promoted and are you that special person we are looking for to shape the next step of our successful front of house client experience.
The Role -
Reporting to the CEO and working closely with our Counselling Manager, you will be a key member of our Bright Light small but dynamic Senior Management Team.
The role has distinct areas:
In return we offer a warm family-like environment as internal relationships within Bright Light matter to us. A place to grow your skills, shape our front of house experience, lead and develop your committed and energetic team, be part of a charity that is helping people with real life challenges and is making a real difference.
Annual Leave : 22 days per year plus 8 public holidays (pro rata)
Further information about Bright Light can be found on our website bright-light.org.uk
Changeworks are looking to recruit a part-time Finance Assistant to join our busy Central Services Team.
The successful candidate should be numerate and able to work with a high level of accuracy and have excellent communication and organisational skills. You should have previous experience of working to deadlines. This is a role for a team player with the ability to use their own initiative. Previous experience of working in a finance team is desirable
We offer an attractive staff benefits package, excellent pension and employee benefits which include 26 days paid holiday plus 9 public holidays per year.
Woodlands Community is looking for a person with excellent communication, administration and marketing skills to manage the Community Meeting Room at Woodlands Workspace.
Our Meeting Room is hired by a wide range of individuals, community groups and organisations as well as used by Woodlands Community for our own community events. Activities in the building are principally focused on health and well-being, environmental protection and arts/crafts.
The Workspace Co-ordinator acts as the first point of contacts for hirers, manages bookings via an online booking system and promotes activities at the building through both social media and printed resources. They also support a group of volunteers to run promotional activities and assists our Finance Manager to ensure payments for bookings are kept up to date.
The successful candidate will have excellent IT and administrative skills, be able to manage a varied workload and be experienced in managing budgets and/or customer accounts. They will be able to communicate well with people from a range of different backgrounds, work flexibly within a small team and support volunteers to promote the work which we are doing.
This is a great opportunity to join an exciting new project and an organisation that’s committed and passionate about making a difference.
Reporting to the Accountant you will be responsible for ensuring that all income received is properly accounted for (including appropriate Gift Aid treatment), thanked and banked; all expenditure is properly authorised and accounted for; and supplier invoices are settled on time.
You will have at least 2 years’ experience in a finance role, and be confident in the use of Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook. Knowledge of SAGE accounting software would be an advantage. You will have excellent numeracy skills, be a good communicator who will relate well to supporters, suppliers and staff at all levels of the organisation with absolute confidentiality.
See Me is Scotland’s programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. We work alongside people who have experienced mental health problems to influence change in communities, schools, workplaces and in health and social care. Our aim is to change minds, policy and practice to enable people to get the help they need when they’re struggling with their mental health.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for you to be part of this change. We’re looking for a Business Support & Quality Officer to join our team. This role will be central to ensuring that See Me continues to be supported by effective systems, processes and procedures delivered to quality standards. The role will also ensure support to deliver programme wide continuous improvement.
This is a rewarding role in an ambitious organisation with a national profile. Bringing a naturally engaging style, you will work alongside colleagues across See Me, supporting them to deliver an impactful & sustainable programme. Comfortable with using and improving systems and processes that deliver organisational quality, you will have experience in office management, finance systems, and customer relationship management.
As an exceptional administrator with good attention to detail, you will be adept at balancing a methodical but flexible approach to deliver a varied portfolio of work; from managing our Administration & Events Assistant in the delivery of local & national events, to supporting our Assistant Director in the development and delivery of systems and processes that support a growing and diverse programme.
As an organisation we pride ourselves on being inclusive and sensitive to those we work with, while being challenging, passionate and determined when it comes to change. If you think this fits with your values, then we’d love to hear from you.
Marie Curie is a UK charity dedicated to the care of people with terminal illnesses. We are best known for our network of around 2,000 Marie Curie Nurses, who work in the homes of terminally ill patients across the UK, providing practical care and support.
We are seeking an experienced office manager to take the lead in our Links Place office with responsibility for providing administrative support to staff ensuring an effective workplace environment.
Reporting the Senior Fundraising Operational Support Manager, you will be the first point of contact for visitors to the Links Place office. Responsible for the day to day running of the office, liaising with internal and external stakeholders, managing incoming and outgoing mail, processing invoices and ensuring health and safety regulations are adhered to.
Excellent IT office skills are essential and you should be confident using various office programmes such as Word, Excel and Outlook. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you.
The SSC (a club for the youth of Scotland) is looking for a motivated Administrator to be the voice of our charity. We would love to meet someone warm and enthusiastic who is happy to work mostly independently with a small group of volunteers to help run summer camping events for young people.
The SSC is over 100 years old and focuses on helping young people thrive in a fun, supportive, safe environment. We pride ourselves on our youth work, helping young people develop their own skills and teaching them the value of personal development!
We are a fun and a social team, a compassionate person would fit in really well within the charity.