Could you be our next Chief Officer?
This is an exciting time for The Church of Scotland. We are embarking on an ambitious programme of major reforms to our governing structures as part of a three-year Radical Action Plan. We are seeking to appoint someone to help us implement these changes wisely, courageously and compassionately.
Our Chief Officer, who will be responsible for the effective management of staff and resources, will play a key role in leading this change.
To find out more about the role and the skills we require, please see our application pack.
Legal Services Agency (LSA), Scotland’s largest Law Centre, will shortly celebrate its 30th anniversary. Through its solicitors and other staff, operating as Brown & Co. Legal LLP, LSA has a legacy of serving individuals, families and communities across Scotland, addressing unmet legal need and the effects of poverty, disadvantage and discrimination. LSA’s legal service has developed pioneering legal remedies through test cases and campaigns on issues such as dampness, housing repair and evictions, Criminal Injuries Compensation, mental health law and asylum and immigration law. LSA also delivers a wide range of seminars and training programmes and publications on legal themes.
About the role
LSA is looking for a Chief Executive to lead the organisation into its 4th decade, building on a record of achievement, and ensuring that the organisation succeeds in facing new challenges and opportunities.
The Chief Executive will have lead responsibility in the following areas:- governance, planning, Board development, business management and development, maintaining high quality service delivery, securing resources, financial and staff management, public relations and stakeholder relationships.
You will be a resilient individual who welcomes challenges, with drive, tenacity, focus, and a desire to succeed. Your leadership style will be inclusive, empowering, and supportive. You will be able to lead a team of staff, encouraging motivation, high performance and a commitment to excellence. You will support the Board of Trustees and the LLP in delivering on LSA’s business objectives, operating sound financial management, building the sustainability of the organisation and ensuring that it meets all its legal, regulatory and financial obligations.
SIS’s market building activity covers projects, programmes and activities to help communities build capacity, confidence, and resilience. The Head of Market Building will lead a team that has overall responsibility for the design and development of capacity building programmes, and provision of business support in pursuit of this strategic aim.
The overall objective of the role, working across the organisation and closely with all members of the SIS leadership team, will be to lead SIS’s efforts to grow the market for social investment; either by helping organisations understand investment concepts or through business support interventions (both one to one and one to many) that lead to growth and scale opportunities supported by investment from SIS.
BTA (Bruce Tait Associates) are delighted to be working with The ARCHIE Foundation in their search for a Director of Fundraising.
The ARCHIE Foundation started with a simple mission – to make the difference for local sick children, providing much-needed extras not already catered for by the NHS.
ARCHIE are the official charity of Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital, the Highland Children’s Unit in Inverness, and Tayside Children’s Hospital, Dundee. They are a family of funds that also includes Friends of the Neonatal Unit at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, ARCHIE Global Surgery and Fairy Box. This includes providing advanced training and equipment, specialist staff, child-friendly environments, and extensive support to families of sick children.
We are looking for a forward thinking and progressive Director of Fundraising to join their team. As the Director of Fundraising, you will be responsible for managing a team of fundraisers who are spread across three NHS regions and for generating the necessary income to fund the central work of the ARCHIE Foundation, as well as the creation of a new fundraising strategy that will enable it to increase income in all areas.
The Director of Fundraising will be a member of ARCHIE’s senior management team and will work closely with the CEO to drive the charity forward. You will be an experienced, charismatic individual with 3 to 5 years’ experience at a similar level in a similar leadership role. You will have a broad base of fundraising knowledge/experience with a background in donor recruitment and in particular, experience of working with high net worth individuals.
CVS Inverclyde has a mission to support communities and voluntary organisations improve the lives of Inverclyde’s people. We support local people to volunteer, bring communities together, strengthen voluntary organisations and champion the role of civil society in public planning.
After nearly ten years our current Chief Executive is moving on to a new post. We are now looking for a new leader with the vision and skills to take the organisation forward. The organisation has enjoyed a significant period of growth in capacity and reputation.
LAYC is a regional organisation for youth and children’s groups in Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian, offering advice, support and training to such groups.
LAYC’s mission is to champion, grow and strengthen the quality of youth and children’s work by supporting their Members to provide positive opportunities for children and young people.
An exciting full time (36 hours / week – three year in principle contract with an annual review) opportunity for a Director has arisen at LAYC. The duties will involve managing all LAYC activities and planning, managing and delivering agreed project(s) within timescales and budget.
The post holder will ensure collaboration across a broad range of stakeholders, to support the delivery of the LAYC strategic plan. The post holder will directly manage and be accountable for the Administration, Communications and Marketing Assistant and all associated budgets, and, supervise team members ensuring that they develop an understanding of their contribution to LAYC’s strategic priorities. In addition, the post holder will lead on networking activities locally and nationally.
The post holder will report to the Chair of the organisation. Flexible working options are available.
The Job Description and Job Specification is attached.
Established in 1996, ECF (Edinburgh Community Food) works in low-income communities across the city addressing issues of health inequalities with an overall mission “to get people into healthy food and healthy food into people”.
We believe in Healthier food – Healthier lives – Healthier futures.
As a leader in Edinburgh’s community food and health inequalities sector we are working to promote health equality by working in partnership with many community organisations providing expert experience in community food, health education, support and training.
We also run a substantial social enterprise selling fruit, vegetables and other products from our hospital outlets as well as weekly deliveries to household and corporate customers.
This is a rare opportunity to join our organisation as Chief Executive. We are seeking an experienced, entrepreneurial manager, with a strong commitment to tackling health inequalities from a community development perspective.
This role is the senior staff post within ECF and provides overall management and leadership for the organisation ensuring that the objectives within the Strategic Plan are delivered on and that funds are secured to implement it.
The Chief Executive holds accountability and responsibility for:
· providing the day-to-day management of the organisation including staff and project management;
· providing leadership to the organisation within the strategic framework established by the Board;
· developing and maintaining relationships with local and national stakeholders including other voluntary organisations, funders, City of Edinburgh Council, NHS Lothian and Scottish Government.
· developing the funding strategy and submitting funding applications as required;
· supporting the Board in the performance of its governance functions.
This is a rare opportunity to join our organisation as Strategic Manager.
The Strategic Manager of Fife Gingerbread will ensure the smooth, efficient and effective running of the organisation in meeting the support needs of lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families across Fife.
They will be responsible for working with the Board of Directors to provide strategic direction and organisational leadership for Fife’s largest independent family charity.
They will drive the aims of the organisation by keeping abreast of all relevant local and national policy, welfare and economic developments and new opportunities, and assessing the impact of these policy decisions on lone parents, vulnerable and disadvantaged families.
The Strategic Manager will have overall responsibility for providing support to and managing the performance of staff and volunteers in the organisation. They will ensure the views and interests of lone parents and vulnerable families are forefront in the planning and delivery of services, and that the appropriate financial and administrative systems are in place.
Established in 1998, Staf (Scottish Throughcare and Aftercare Forum) is a membership organisation for all those working with young people leaving care. Staf is a national organisation which represents all 32 Local authorities in Scotland and is funded by membership fees, events and grant funding.
At the centre of all our work is the voice of our membership and the workforce who support young people leaving care, working towards our vision of a Scotland where their wellbeing and success is not determined by their care experience. Everything we do is consistent with our three values: We listen, We care, We love.
This position requires an inspirational leader with the drive, understanding, vision, gravitas and political awareness necessary to engage, motivate and enable others to thrive and flourish.+
The CEO holds accountability and responsibility for:
Our mission at Victim Support Scotland is to ensure that those affected by crime receive high quality support that will help them to recover from their experiences. We want victims and witnesses to be at the heart of everything we do so they have improved health and well-being, feel safer, more secure and informed and that we are an effective organisation, that makes a lasting difference. We aim to do this by adhering to our own organisational values of being supportive, striving for excellence and offering personalised and accessible services and these are reflected in the behaviours expected of all staff and volunteers.
We are looking for a number of dynamic senior managers to join our Corporate Leadership Team and have a key role developing future strategies and business planning to ensure that the needs of victims and witnesses are being met.
Head of Service Delivery will lead a team of Locality Managers across a geographical area and be responsible for the overall delivery of service provision to victims and witnesses of crime through our community and court based services. You will have a key role in developing partnerships at a regional level with key stakeholders to ensure the voices of victims and witnesses are heard.
You will be responsible for ensuring, within your area of responsibility, that VSS’s strategic objectives are being implemented and met
This post will be subject to a PVG Check.