Purpose of Post
To assist the workers who provides an independent advocacy service to women who have experienced domestic abuse, are assessed to be at high risk of repeat victimisation and have been referred to MARAC. The post holder will work directly with women, children and young people offering, administration support, crisis intervention, information, promotion/ awareness raising of MIA service, support and advocacy services. The MIA IDAA Assistant will deputise for the MIA IDAA Workers.
Candidates should have excellent organisational, interpersonal and IT skills to provide administrative support to our West Area volunteer team (covering, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Inverclyde and Dumfries).
We require someone with excellent communication skills, who can respond effectively to a wide range of enquiries including bereaved people.
You will be required to establish effective working relationships with a range of Cruse volunteers and staff, as well as statutory funders and grant making trusts.
In addition to general administrative duties, the post-holder will be provide support to our West Area Manager, to ensure Area targets are met as outlined in our Strategy and associated Implementation Plan.
This post will be based at our office in central Glasgow, with occasional travel throughout the West Area and to our Headquarters in Perth required.
Do you want to help us transform lives through reading and writing? We are looking for an experienced Office Manager to provide excellent administrative support and work environment for our staff.
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 children escape the poverty cycle.
The Office Manager leads on creating and maintaining a pleasant, productive and efficient working environment for the staff team in our historic building off the Royal Mile.
The role also provides administrative support to the CEO and Board, as well as assisting the Director of Finance & Operations to maintain HR systems.
Citizens Advice Edinburgh is a growing organisation, with a number of new services about to commence in 2019. We need a flexible and experienced organisational administrator to join our team, working closely with the Projects Manager and Chief Executive to meet the administrative needs of the organisation.
A can do attitude, with an ability to work independently and creatively to find solutions is a must. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential as is a comprehensive understanding and efficient use of all Microsoft programmes.
You will be joining a team of staff and volunteers who are dedicated to delivering services that help meet the needs of some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in our society and who use their knowledge and expertise to campaign for change and social justice. As an administrator, you will provide essential support in enabling us to carry out these activities.
If you want to use your skills to be part of that team, this is the role for you.
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Keep Scotland Beautiful is the charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for. We are the leading provider of sustainable development education initiatives in schools, encouraging action and behaviour change by young people which will leave an enduring legacy for Scotland; it is part of our work to help make Scotland clean, green and more sustainable.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative individual to join our Projects Team to support the implementation, administration and delivery of our environmental campaigns, in particular our Cup Movement in Glasgow, Upstream Battle and Roadside Litter campaigns.
Our ideal candidate will have experience of developing positive working relationships and influencing people along with the ability to create and enhance working partnerships. Understanding and/or experience of administration processes and procedures is an essential element of this role as is experience of data management. They will also have experience of managing a complex workload and an understanding and/or experience of a range of communication activities including social media techniques and applications.
We’re looking for a dynamic, goal focused individual who will be responsible for creating a major step change in our association’s strategy, structure & income.
Bellshill and Mossend YMCA is a leading edge and award-winning community charity committed to working in partnership with our community – especially with young and/or marginalised members of society. We provide support and quality programmes aimed at social, physical and spiritual development.
The ideal candidate will need to provide effective leadership, management, administration and development of the activities of the Association. To also ensure the Associations’ activities are legally complaint.
The Association Manager will have line management responsibility for the Youth Work Team and the Administration/Facilities Team (based in our Main Street building) and the Childcare Manager (based in our Liberty Road building).
Key Outputs Include:
The Brock is a charity and social enterprise that provides constructive therapeutic work activities and facilitated social integration for people with chronic mental health conditions. We focus on what people can do rather than what they can’t. We offer stimulating opportunities to socialise and learn new skills in horticulture, woodwork and a variety of crafts.
A society where every individual with a mental health condition feels included, supported and valued.
The Brock’s Five Pillars;
We are seeking to appoint an energetic and enthusiastic person who shares our vision and who has the necessary skills to help take the enterprise forward. You will be joining the Brock at an exciting time as we develop as a social enterprise and expand our areas of activity. We have an ambitious five-year strategic plan which will provide other exciting opportunities in the near future.
Our service users need you to be kind-hearted, caring, helpful and have a sense of humour.
You will be a people person with excellent administrative skills, will be confident in facilitating weekly craft workshops, and will have the commercial acumen to develop new ideas, products and initiatives.
Under the direction of the operational manager, the successful applicant will take responsibility for the weekly craft workshops and for the day to day administration of the Brock’s operations, e.g. cash sales, invoicing, ordering, spreadsheet maintenance and bank account reconciliation. There is also significant opportunity for the post holder to work alongside the horticultural and woodworking facilitators to support the enterprise initiatives the project is delivering.
In return you will have an opportunity to make a significant contribution to the development of a young organisation; to use your imagination and creativity to influence the direction of the business and its impact on service users. Having the right mind-set, attitude and approach is as important to us as having the right experience and skills. If you feel that this could be you, we look forward to hearing from you!
The successful applicant for this post will be required to apply for membership of the PVG (Protection of Vulnerable Groups) Scheme.
National Mining Museum Scotland is an independent trust and the national body responsible for the preservation and interpretation of Scotland’s Mining Heritage. The museum holds collections of national significance and is on the site of the Lady Victoria Colliery, built in 1895 as Scotland’s first super-pit. The museum offers a wide range of activities and events to a diverse and growing audience. The visitor experience includes access to the collections through tours and exhibitions and an award winning education programme.
The Finance and Administration Manager is responsible for the overall financial management (planning, budgeting, accounting and reporting) and administration of the National Mining Museum Scotland. This includes working with the Chief Executive to ensure the accurate preparation and maintenance of financial records for the Trust, and provide effective and efficient administrative support for the National Mining Museum Scotland’s Board, stakeholders and staff and be the point of contact in NMMS for general administration duties.
The Business Support Officer will contribute to Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights)’s mission to inspire and enable everyone in Scotland to put children and young people’s human rights at the heart of everything they do in line with the Strategic Plan. Working with the Director, the post is responsible for the oversight of all the necessary financial, IT, people and office management support functions needed to ensure the efficient operation of the organisation. Throughout the role, the post-holder will be expected to involve Together’s membership – including children and young people – whenever possible and appropriate.
We are looking to recruit an experienced and reliable person to join our reception team.
You will play a vital role in the daily operations of Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home. As our customers’ first point of contact you will be expected to deliver a service which is friendly, welcoming, and informative both in person and on our busy phone lines. Strong customer service and interpersonal skills are key to success in the role.
The right applicant will be someone who can complete tasks thoroughly and effectively ensuring a high quality of work in a busy environment with frequent distractions. An ability to multi-task various projects and assignments while also serving customers and answering calls is essential. We are looking for a pro-active individual with strong administration and computer skills and a “can do” attitude.
It is vital that you can respect the confidentiality of our customers and can use your judgment in difficult situations. An understanding and awareness of rehoming centres and general animal welfare is advantageous, a desire to learn is essential.