This role is responsible for coordinating service delivery for The Bike Station in Perth. Supported by the Senior Management team, you will ensure the successful day to day delivery of The Bike Station activity including, refurbishment and sale of donated bikes, the coordination and delivery of training and Fix Your Own sessions and the coordination and delivery of commercial and community events.
Duties and responsibilities
Foundation Scotland is an independent charity that provides funding to charities, social enterprises and community organisations. We do this on behalf of over 400 individuals, charitable trusts and companies.
Our Communities Team enables and empowers communities across Scotland to devise and implement their own strategies for local funds coming from a range of sources, notably community benefit arrangements with onshore wind farms. We provide fund governance, grant administration and related services for a range of commercial and community-sector clients, combined with a commitment to community-led approaches.
We are looking for a well organised, adaptable and motivated Administrator to join our South Scotland team.
Working closely with the Community Funds Manager and three Community Fund Coordinators the post will help ensure quality grant-making and fund distribution that serves clients and communities.
You will be the first point of contact for South Scotland grant application enquiries and implement a high volume of grant-making administration, working routinely with Salesforce and supporting ongoing systems innovation and development.
If you have excellent interpersonal, communication and IT skills, interest in grant-making and can work proficiently and with attention to detail – we’re keen to hear from you.
The post is based in our Gatehouse of Fleet office and involves a job-share arrangement with an already established job share partner.
Foundation Scotland offers a range of staff benefits including Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, 2 days volunteering per year (pro-rata), flexible working options and a progressive pay system.
GWT was established in 2007 as the Scottish Centre for Intergenerational Practice and became a registered Scottish Charitable Organisation in 2015. GWT’s vision is to live in a Scotland where different generations are more connected, and everyone has the opportunity to build relationships that help to create a fairer society. Our mission is to develop, expand and improve intergenerational practice.
This role includes oversight and administration of our day to day financial operations, financial record keeping, preparation of management accounts, collation of evaluation data and providing support to colleagues working on finance and administration.
The post holder will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
About QNIS: The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland (QNIS) is a small charity doing big things in promoting excellence in community nursing to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Scotland. We support, encourage and inspire nurses employed by the NHS, independent or charitable sector who work in a huge range of roles across Scotland to really make a difference for the communities they serve.
The role: We have a great opportunity for a dynamic administrator to join our team. This newly created position will see you providing high quality administrative support to various QNIS projects and programmes as well as supporting our Deputy Directors.
This wide-ranging role will see you involved in a variety of activities from coordinating many busy diaries to organising meetings and providing effective administrative support for a range of projects and programmes. As first point of contact for the organisation you will use your diplomatic skills to communicate with a range of stakeholders including retired and contemporary Queen’s Nurses, senior nursing leaders, suppliers and many more. Being a small team, we also need someone who enjoys rolling up their sleeves up and pitching in, packing boxes, or running to the shops when required.
The post is 37.5 hours a week, 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday with a 30-minute lunch. We are offering a salary of £21-25k, depending on experience. We offer a 10% contributory pension, 38 days leave (including public holidays) and flexible working.
For more information about the role and the organisation, please download the Excellence Profile and visit the QNIS Website.
You will have administrative skills including a very high level of attention to detail, ability to demonstrate highly proficient IT skills and an ability to cope with many tasks at once amid constant interruptions. Crucial to success in the role will be the ability to communicate clearly, cheerfully and tactfully with people at all levels, both internally and externally.
We have an exciting opportunity for several Technical Analysts to join the Transport Team in our Edinburgh Office. We are looking for individuals who have a keen eye for detail, are confident working on large data sets in Excel, and have experience producing technical reports. These individuals will support the delivery of decarbonation strategies and technical reports for local authorities, public sector organisations and other clients across Scotland.
You must have experience of the low-carbon transport sector, ideally working closely with large fleets and have a knowledge of charging infrastructure requirements. You must also have the excellent communication and interpersonal skills required to effectively manage client relationships.
Working closely with other Technical Analysts and the wider transport team, our successful candidates will work with clients to collect, analyse and manipulate data to produce high quality reports. These reports will be suitable for distribution both internally and externally and will provide bespoke strategies to help clients achieve the fleet decarbonisation targets set by the Scottish Government.
You will be an analytical and motivated individual, with a strong knowledge of ULEVs and charging infrastructure, and of the environmental impact of transport. A graduate in a relevant discipline with experience in the sector, you will also be an outstanding communicator, both verbal and written, with excellent report writing, work prioritisation and interpersonal skills. Confidence in Excel and other IT programmes is essential, and experience working with GIS programmes is of benefit.
We are looking for a pro-active and efficient individual with an eye for detail to join our growing Transport team in Edinburgh as Team Assistant.
Reporting to the Programme Manager, you will be responsible for providing day-to-day administrative support for the technical and business transport advice programme. This will be a varied role which will include duties such as managing shared inboxes and distributing information to the wider team, to using your excellent communication skills to collect data from organisations and individuals on the phone and via email.
We are looking for someone who has experience of using excel to manage large data sets confidently, and who is a good team player with a can-do attitude - willing to help out as necessary across programmes in a large team. An interest in environmental issues associated with transport or the wider environmental sector would be of benefit.
You must have experience of performing administrative tasks and be an excellent communicator, both verbal and written.
Have you got the organisational skills to help save the planet? Are you proactive, personable and passionate about solving the climate emergency? Do you find that you actually quite like a well-ordered spreadsheet? Could you be the new Administration and Finance Officer at Stop Climate Chaos Scotland?
With awareness increasing of the climate emergency, grass roots campaigns spreading, and the UN climate talks COP26 coming to Glasgow, it’s an exciting time to be at the centre of Scotland's civil society coalition campaigning on climate change.
Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are seeking an Administration and Finance Officer to support the Coalition Co-ordinator and help to organise the work of the coalition including membership administration, setting up, attending and minuting internal and external meetings; assisting in the delivery of campaign tasks, raising and paying invoices and budget monitoring.
This new, fixed term post would suit someone who is naturally very well-organised and able to work efficiently and to tight deadlines. You will have an eye for detail, and enjoy the challenge of organising meetings for our board and working groups involving busy diaries and keeping track of hectic day-to-day schedules and keeping track of the budget.
We are seeking someone with administrative and finance experience, excellent communication and organisational skills and computer literacy (experience working with financial software could be useful). You'll be great at building effective relationships with people at all levels, both within our member organisations, and with external stakeholders.
SCCS are hosted within the busy and friendly office of one of our member organisations and you will have daily contact with the members of our coalition, and potential members – from development and environment charities, to faith groups, unions and community groups. We are looking for someone who will take a proactive, flexible and pragmatic approach. You'll be positive and solutions-focused and astute at juggling a variety of tasks. If this sounds like you – we need to hear from you.
Advanced Procurement for Universities & Colleges Ltd (APUC) is the centre of procurement expertise and shared service provider for, and jointly owned by, all of Scotland’s Universities and Colleges, with offices in Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow, but with staff based throughout Scotland in member institutions.
Owing to ongoing organisational development, we are looking to expand our team. Successful candidates will be employed by APUC and work directly in client Institutions.
We are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for a procurement administrator to work within a client University in Edinburgh providing a supporting role to the Procurement management team.
The purpose of the role is to assist in day-to-day supply chain / procurement management activities including tendering, contract management and managing e-procurement activity. The role will have a strong customer focus requiring daily engagement with University stakeholders and a requirement to work quickly and efficiently within the Procurement Team. This is a rare opportunity to work in a role that offers development opportunities to management level over time that can be worked on a part time basis. Experience of working in a procurement environment would be an advantage but strong organisation skills and attention to details are key.
Hours of work will be 20 hours per week over 5 days (4 hours per day). Whilst it is expected that the hours of work will cover the core times of 9.30am until 2.30pm or 10am until 3pm (assuming 1 hour for lunch), there is some flexibility around start and end times.
Desired skills for the role:
· Customer focused
· Excellent organisation & communication skills
· Proficient in the use of standard MS packages – MS Outlook, MS Excel, MS Word
· The ability to operate independently and effectively as well as being an integral member of the team
The above role offers competitive remuneration, a positive, flexible working environment and a HE/FE sector pension scheme with employee/employer contributions. APUC are an employee-centric organisation and offer a wide range of employee benefits including a generous annual leave entitlement.