Are you creative and passionate about communicating a message that gives hope and makes a
positive difference to millions of people around the world?
Thanks to the commitment and generosity of our supporters, the Scottish Bible Society is a charity
that helps people in over 200 countries and territories around the world to receive Bibles in a
language they understand and a format they can use. We are involved in transformative projects
that include teaching people how to read using the Bible, contributing to education programmes for
children and much more!
We have an exciting opportunity for a creative and strategic leader who excels in a senior
management position and as part of a senior leadership team. You will be someone with
communications, marketing and PR experience that can raise the profile of the SBS brand, engage
audiences to respond by supporting the SBS mission, and motivate a staff team to deliver the
organisational objectives. You will have experience of managing campaigns that help meet
fundraising targets for a charitable organisation, or a background in campaign management that
drives sales for a commercial organisation.
The role reports to the Chief Executive. You will be articulate, have strong influencing skills and
proven stakeholder management skills to work with all levels of staff in the organisation, our board
of directors, and external partners. This is a senior role in an organisation with a strong Christian
ethos, therefore there is an occupational requirement that the post holder is a practising Christian.
BAVS is an independent voluntary organisation supporting the growth of community organisations and volunteers in Berwickshire and is a partner in Borders TSI. We are seeking a chief officer committed to working on a locality basis with a strong track record in community capacity building and leading an organisation. Bavs plays a key strategic role in local relationships and community planning working alongside communities, statutory partners and other agencies. Our purpose is to support Berwickshire’s communities to build their skills, confidence, knowledge and experience to take their ideas forward. As we prepare to celebrate our 50th year, we are looking for a chief officer to take us back to our roots as an organisation made and shaped by local community activists. We are seeing a chief executive with a track record making an impact for communities, with excellent communication, organisation and business skills.
The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland, a registered Scottish charity, is Incorporated by Royal Charter. The objects for which the Institute is established are for the benefit of the community to promote the advancement of Environmental Health by:
A vacancy has arisen for the post of Chief Executive. The post holder will report to the Institutes elected Council and will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Institute.
We are seeking an outstanding leader to be the first Chief Executive for a unique and exciting role, working with our Trustees in helping to establish and build this brand new charity from the ground up.
This charity is principally a partner organisation and there will be an emphasis on fundraising which will be driven by the charity’s profile.
We already have the profile and funding in place to make an impact on the youth sector in Scotland and now we need a strong and well connected leader who can build partnerships, grow budgets effectively and maximise the potential impact that this charity has to offer the youth sector of Scotland.
Based from home (with travel to Glasgow and Liverpool) the perfect candidate will be extremely ambitious with a great vision, well connected across the third sector in Scotland.
This is largely a blank canvas to shape the future direction of the charity, we seek a creative and entrepreneurial approach to:
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Strategy Planning and Development
The description is the typical level of duties the post holder will be expected to perform. Other duties of a similar type and level may also be required.
The Person Specification is available for download bel
Move On is seeking to recruit a Depot Development Worker who is keen to learn, committed and imaginative, to work in our FareShare Glasgow & the West of Scotland depot alongside our highly motivated staff and volunteer teams.
FareShare Glasgow & the West of Scotland Service
Move on runs our FareShare Glasgow & the West of Scotland service from our depot in South Street, Glasgow. The service receives fit for purpose surplus food from the major retailers, manufacturers and growers and distributes it to our Community Food Members, who are mainly charities, community projects etc, working with people affected by food insecurity.
In the last year FareShare Glasgow & the West of Scotland has delivered over 960 tonnes of surplus food, enough food to offer 2.2 million meal portions to those in need.
Our FareShare Glasgow & the West of Scotland depot is also a training hub, which has at the heart of everything it does a determination to improve the lives and employability prospects of our trainees, volunteers and service users. We are a user led organisation and pride ourselves in wholeheartedly investing in this essential aspect of the service.
As we expand our service we are looking to recruit a motivated individual who has the same ambition and commitment as our existing team.
The Edinburgh College Board of Management is currently seeking to fill two non-executive vacancies.
Our Board is looking for individuals with a strong commitment to changing lives and an understanding of the value of education. Successful candidates will be part of a dynamic and influential Board following a period of considerable change and emerging opportunity for Edinburgh and its students. We are particularly looking to attract candidates with experience of:
The College would also welcome applications from individuals with relevant expertise in the following areas: (i) Human Resources and Organisational Development; and/or, (ii) Relevant aspects of Scots Law (including contract and commercial law).
Applications are encouraged from groups currently under-represented on Scotland’s public bodies.
Purpose of Job
To deliver election success in priority areas across Scotland, with a clear objective of putting “more gold on the map” – be it Lib Dem MPs, MSPs, Lib Dem-led Councils and Lib Dem councillors.
Venture Scotland offers an outdoor-based personal development programme which empowers young people aged 16-30, who face complex and difficult challenges in their lives and want help to change.
We focus on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of our Young People working with them to make lasting changes to their lives and helping them play a positive role in their communities.
We are seeking an Outreach and Support Worker to recruit and support a diverse range of young people to our programmes.
The job will also include building a network of local referrers, public speaking to interested groups, staff teams and funders. Presenting our programme, in engaging and creative ways, to young people interested in joining our programme and supporting them on their journey with Venture Scotland. Initially this role will cover both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Do you want to work in a supportive team of people, who really care about the young people we are helping? Do you want to work in an organisation who listens, values everyone views and cares about the health and wellbeing of their staff? Do you understand the transformative effect of the outdoors? Are you passionate about #ChangingYoungLives Outdoors?
Al Masaar is a grass roots, charitable organisation, founded in Falkirk for the Forth Valley Region. It brings together ethnic minority families living in Falkirk to reduce social isolation, improve community cohesion, enhance education and improve employability, health and wellbeing. We have delivered educational and interfaith events which foster harmony and community integration. Our projects also include World Hijab Day celebration, weekly support group for mothers with toddlers, called Wee Steps, a community football and fitness team, and family excursions.
We are looking for an experienced leader to manage Al Masaar, who will work closely with Board Members, service users and partnership organisations. You will be an excellent communicator with skills in raising organisational profile, have experience in strategic planning, staff management, securing funding and fundraising organisation, and the ability to turn vision into action.
Furthermore, you will have a robust understanding of gender equality, be aware and have the ability to work collaboratively with partners.
Because the organisation is small but growing, the management post is sized at 0.4 FTE, with scope for an increase when the organisation grows.
About Our Service
Capability Scotland is a well-established and respected provider of community based facilitation services throughout Dumfries and Galloway which support people to engage in employment, education, volunteering and activities of their choice in their communities. This is an exciting time for us as we have the opportunity to deliver a number of other well-established services throughout the Region including
• Self-Directed Support Brokerage
• Community based support for people who have an ABI
• Children & Family Outreach Service
About the role
We are looking to recruit a Team Leader who will support our Service Manager in managing our teams and lead the way with this new opportunity. You will ensure that our people continue to receive the exceptional, person-centred support we provide. The role will require you to have vision and confidence to nurture service growth.
We are looking for someone who is keen to implement innovation while maintaining a positive environment and service. This role is ideal for someone who wants to put their values a vision into practice. If you think you fit the bill - we want to hear from you.
What we're looking for
• You will be able to demonstrate passion for our work and a commitment to our values
• You will have exceptional leadership skills
• You will be committed to providing accessible services and understand the complexities this presents across Dumfries & Galloway
• You will have experience in assessing and developing outcome focused personal care plans
• You will have a good understanding of risk enablement and assessing risk
• You will be creative and solution-focused in your thinking
• You will have an understanding of Self Directed Support
• You will have experience in liaising with families, carers, health and social care professionals
• Ideally, you will have supervisory experience in social care or similar setting
• Full Driving Licence* (we will consider alternative arrangements that achieve the same outcomes for candidates who have a disability that prevents them from having a driving licence)
Why Work for Capability Scotland
• Rewarding Career Choice
• Competitive Salary
• Opportunity to Work Flexibly
• 32 days annual leave increasing with service
• Enhanced Pension Scheme and Family Leave
• Death in service benefits
• Free 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme
• Professional Development and support for SVQ
• Access to credit union