The IT Systems and MI Manager will lead the delivery and support of the key systems used within MMUK and identify improvement opportunities across MMUK via a strategically planned partnership with each function to agree process and technical solutions.
You will lead and oversee the business intelligence output from MMUK various systems, design and development of organisational and operational dashboards and reports and be responsible for the gathering, analysing and organising of information across the organisation to monitor performance and inform strategic plans.
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.
We are currently recruiting for a Business Development Manager, on a fixed term basis for 1 year with the possibility of extension.
We are looking for a highly motivated Business Development Manager to join Citizens Advice Scotland to take the lead in identifying new business opportunities. The full time post is being offered on a one year fixed term basis, with the possibility of extension.
In this role, you will generate income for the Citizens Advice network, securing funding through submission of funding bids, tenders and proposals. You will also take a critical role in the initial stages of implementation and delivery of new projects to ensure smooth transition and integration of new services once funding is secured. You will support Citizens Advice Bureaux to create funding models and develop strategies and support for the network in their fundraising activities.
You’ll have a successful track record in business development and identifying new funding opportunities and bring experience of leading change and service transformation. To be successful, you will also have excellent stakeholder engagement and networking skills to generate commitment to goals and build strong relationships and trust.
This role offers an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of supporting Scotland's largest independent advice network.
For more information, please refer to the Job Pack which can be downloaded using the links below.
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.
Venture Trust is an amazing personal development charity supporting people, aged 16 years and over who need urgent help to break free of the many complex challenges that stop them from realising their potential. Our strengths lie in the relationships and bonds we forge. We never judge, are passionate about our positive approach to personal development and harness the truly transformational benefit of being outdoors, amongst nature, in our wonderful country.
Working in communities, in greenspaces and journeying through some of Scotland’s most wild places, we actively focus on an individual’s strengths, equipping them with essential life-skills, building confidence and motivation. We want no one left behind and everyone to succeed and to continue to do so throughout their lives. Over the next three years we aim to help 2,000 people. We need a Head of Fundraising to be part of an exciting journey that makes our vision a reality. We believe that with our partners we can beat the challenge of inequality in Scottish society.
The leadership role of Head of Fundraising is a key one for the organisation; you will lead a team of 8 and as a member of the Senior Leadership Team will report to the CEO. You will be responsible for building our strategic partnerships, enhancing our impact and working to deliver our ambitious fundraising strategy. We are looking for someone who works collaboratively, who is curious, insightful and cares about people and relationships, to develop opportunities which support us to do our best work.
To be considered for the role, you will have experience at a leadership level in business development, shaping and executing strategy, and senior relationship management. You will also have experience of leading and motivating a fundraising team and building and maintaining a network of funders and key contacts. Experience of dealing with policy and government would be advantageous. Fundraising and income generation across the public and private sectors is at the core of this role, and you will be responsible for maximising opportunities to secure and maintain all funding opportunities. We are looking for someone who shares our values and believes in the potential of people.
For more information on the organisation please visit: venturetrust.org.uk
For a confidential discussion about the role please contact Amelia Morgan, CEO on 0131 228 7700.
This post is a critical one to the future development of Four Square. You will lead and manage support services across Four Square, including our housing support, housing advice and employability services.
Working with the Residential Services Manager and the Head of Services, you will work to deliver on our contracts while also developing and improving services. This is a great opportunity for someone committed to support people out of homeless services. You’ll need the vision and passion to lead staff and the energy and enthusiasm to make this a first class service.
The National Confidential Forum is looking for a highly motivated individual with strong, proven, team management skills to advance the Forum’s work in delivering a range of important outcomes at a national level.
The National Confidential Forum’s role was set out in an Act of the Scottish Parliament in 2014. It is to receive and acknowledge testimony from people who were in institutional care as children. Based on testimony, the Forum will identify patterns and trends and publish a report which reflects the testimony received and makes recommendations on how to improve institutional care now and in the future.
This role would suit a highly organised individual with strong project management and planning skills and outstanding attention to detail. Someone who is outcome focused and able to think creatively about stakeholder engagement and knowledge exchange aimed at maximising project impact.
This role requires strong relationship management skills as well as excellent written and spoken communication skills. It requires someone who understands the importance of confidentiality and data protection, including how to manage and handle sensitive and personal information, and is comfortable using CRM databases and associated processes documents. This role would appeal to an individual who has sound experience of service improvement and development, change management and can delivering a range of project outcomes.
Further information on the Forum can be found at: nationalconfidentialforum.org.uk
CoMoUK is a national shared mobility charity, short for Collaborative Mobility UK. We are for the public benefit of shared mobility, such as shared bike schemes and car clubs. We support the sustainable development of these to enable mobility lifestyles which present an alternative to private car ownership. We do this through advocacy, research and development, advice, accreditation.
The Scottish programme has a strategic focus on maximising the policy impacts of shared mobility to ensure benefits are achieved for people and places in Scotland. Together these solutions make for resilient, lower impact, fairer mobility that enhance modern lifestyles and places, while reducing the unwelcome environmental, social and health costs of motoring. The small team are working to raise awareness of shared transport, sharing impartial best practice advice and researching impacts.
CoMoUK are currently looking to recruit for the position of Scotland Director. This position will play a key role in the continued development of CoMoUK building from the 2019/20 Scotland work programme. The post holder will work closely with the Chief Executive and Deputy Chief Executive as well as being responsible for managing the four members of staff in Scotland.
The key responsibilities for the Scotland Director will include
Strategic objectives development
Influencing stakeholders, policy & partnership development
Programme development, funding and revenue generation
Business management of CoMoUK in Scotland
Staff management and development
Management & strategic development
This is a full time position, with the requirement of working, on average, 3 days a week from the Edinburgh office. Outside of this, remote working can be considered, and CoMoUK practices flexible working hours on request. The Director will also be expected to travel extensively throughout Scotland with occasional UK/international travel.
Do you have a strong track record in service delivery?
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is the national membership organisation for Scotland’s voluntary sector. Our purpose is to support, promote and develop a confident and sustainable voluntary sector in Scotland, by delivering services, giving the sector a voice at a national level and promoting and supporting innovation and improvement.
We’re looking for an experienced service delivery manager with an excellent understanding of the voluntary sector to lead a cross-functional team to deliver modern, high quality, continually improving services to voluntary sector employers. The Head of Employer Support will identify improvements and explore synergies across all SCVO services, maximise income generation in line with our values and promote excellence in customer service.
This new role will have specific responsibility for the delivery and development of our payroll and employability services (currently Community Jobs Scotland) as well as our Goodmoves recruitment portal. If you have experience of successful service delivery in similar functions along with a good understanding of the role of digital infrastructure on delivering customer-centred services, find out more and apply now!
We are seeking a highly motivated individual as Chief Executive, Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). OSCR is a non-ministerial department of the Scottish Government and is the independent regulator and registrar for charities in Scotland. The Chief Executive is the most senior member of staff in the organisation and is responsible for the management and leadership of approximately 50 staff. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in OSCR’s vision for effective regulation which contributes to a flourishing charity sector in which the public has confidence.
This is a permanent and pensionable SCS appointment. Relocation expenses may be available.
Scottish Book Trust, Scotland’s national charity transforming lives through reading and writing.
Do you want to play a leading business role in the Scottish charity transforming lives through reading and writing? We are seeking a highly competent professional with financial management experience.
Scottish Book Trust is a national charity that believes books, reading and writing have the power to change lives. A love of reading inspires creativity, improves employment opportunities, mental health and wellbeing and is one of the most effective ways to help break the poverty cycle.
Reporting to the Chief Executive and as a member of the senior management team, the Director of Finance & Operations leads on the strategic development and delivery of Scottish Book Trust’s financial management, business operations, risk management and corporate reporting.
Organisational Profile: Scottish Book Trust is a national charity changing lives through reading and writing. We champion the benefits of reading and writing for pleasure and work for a Scotland where everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive through literacy.
We are looking for a new leader to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic and operational leadership for Children 1st.
We are seeking a leader who is passionate about doing the right thing for children with an in-depth understanding and experience of operational management of services in the field of child wellbeing and child protection. You will be driven by a strong value base that puts children at the centre and have personal resilience for the challenges ahead. With a proven track record as a leader you will bring, service development experience and an ability to operate at a strategic level while ensuring quality service delivery at an operational level.
The post holder will drive the development and reach of our trauma sensitive supports for children, young people and families in the Moray area. Building on our existing presence in this local authority and seeking new partnerships, the post holder will ensure that Children 1st play a key strategic role in the planning and design of service delivery ensuring a high quality and creative range of supports to achieve real change for children. The successful candidate will work alongside our senior leaders to identify new opportunities, partnerships and innovations in line with key strategic priorities and to make a lasting difference for the children and families we support.