The Life Changes Trust wishes to appoint an experienced Director of Finance and Funding to work with the CEO to oversee the Trust’s finance and funding functions.
The Life Changes Trust is an independent Scottish charity, established in April 2013 with a ten year, £50 million “spend-out” endowment from the National Lottery Community Fund (formerly the Big Lottery Fund).
The Trust’s mission is to facilitate and support transformational and sustainable improvements in the quality of life, well-being, empowerment and inclusion of two key groups in Scotland:
· Care experienced young people
· People affected by dementia
This is a great opportunity to work with a visionary charity which is committed to investing in real and sustainable improvements in the lives of our beneficiaries.
The Life Changes Trust is a time-limited organisation established from April 2013 until March 2023.
Start Date: TBC May/June 2019
Third Force News (TFN) is the website and monthly magazine for Scotland’s charities and social enterprises, published by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations.
We’re looking for an experienced editor with strong people management skills to direct and develop Scotland’s only third sector publication, to lead on TFN’s digital redesign, and ensure that the TFN website and ebulletins maximise TFN’s reach.
This is a temporary role for a period of up to 12 months based in Edinburgh with regular travel to Glasgow.
A rare opportunity as a Health and Safety Manager has come up at The Richmond Fellowship Scotland.
This post will mean leading the organisation on health and safety issues as well as managing the health and safety coordinator across our Scottish services so as you can imagine travel is required so a driving license and access to your own car is essential.
For this role we are looking for you to have 3 years or more experience in a health and safety position, ideally from a Social Care environment, have a NEBOSH qualification, Graduate Membership of IOSH or working towards this and experience of fire risk assessments.
Multi-site management would be preferred but not essential.
If you have experience in a similar role and are looking for a change or maybe a step up this post could be for you.
We hope to hear from you soon!
MACS (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia & Coloboma Support) is seeking to appoint someone to the position of permanent Chief Executive Officer for the first time in the charity’s history. MACS is an organisation that offers acceptance and inspires trust, gives support, and provides opportunity to our near 2,000 members based all over the UK. We provide support to anyone affected by microphthalmia (small eyes), anophthalmia (absence of the eye) or coloboma (deformed eyes), which – between them – account for only 80-90 births per year and account for 25% of all childhood blindness.
Completely volunteer ran from 1994-2013, our peer support network offers a range of services to our members and since 2013 we have improved our organisation structure to include much valued staff, as well as our irreplaceable volunteers. We’re looking to appoint a motivated and ambitious leader who can build on our Confident and Connected strategy for 2018-2022, making it all happen and taking the organisation to the next stage of our development. Our perfect candidate will have experience in generating funds, in managing people, in delivering projects, and in working collaboratively at senior level; they’ll also love meeting people, taking on new challenges, working with a diverse member-base, and making real changes in peoples’ lives.
If you’re someone who is excited by the prospect of providing support to visually impaired children and their families, and those affected by visible differences, ensuring that they never feel alone, then we want to hear from you. Please see the application information below and get in touch if you have any questions!
Harris Hill Scotland is working with Lifelink to recruit a Head of Services & Development on behalf of a Glasgow based mental health charity. Lifelink has a 25-year track record of providing support to adults and young people helping them to make positive personal changes in order to lead a happier, healthier stress-free life.
This role is an important senior position within the organisation and is responsible for the development of new and existing services and the design of current and strategic delivery plans.
Key responsibilities will include:
Experience and skills required:
Glasgow East Women’s Aid (GEWA) is a charity delivering a range of high quality services to prevent and respond to domestic abuse against women, children and young people living within the North East of Glasgow. The role of Director is to ensure the strategic direction, effective management and accountability of Glasgow East Women’s Aid. We are looking for committed and enthusiastic women who have an understanding of the gendered analysis of domestic abuse and can bring their knowledge and skills to GEWA to develop and support our service, objectives and mission through feminist governance.
Glasgow East Women’s Aid is run by women for women and therefore recruitment is restricted to women applicants under the Equality Act 2010, schedule 9, part 1. We value diversity, promote equality, challenge discrimination and welcome applicants from women of all backgrounds.
An up to date PVG will be required for this role.
Children’s Health Scotland works for children and young people in Scotland to have the best quality healthcare and we support them and their families to exercise their healthcare rights.
We seek a professional to manage the running of the charity on behalf of its Executive Committee, and to head up a small, dedicated staff team. You will have experience in strategic planning, financial and staff management and securing funding from statutory and voluntary funders. You will provide advice to our Executive Committee so experience of the charitable sector is essential. If you are interested in helping children and young people to meet their healthcare needs and have the skills and enthusiasm to take on this challenging post, we’d love to hear from you.
South Ayrshire Women’s Aid (SAWA) delivers domestic abuse services across South Ayrshire. We aim to provide a specialist service to support the needs of women, children and young people who have experienced, or are presently experiencing domestic abuse.
We are looking for an experienced Manager who is committed to ensuring the delivery of high quality services to women, children and young people with experience of domestic abuse. The candidate will have effective and comprehensive leadership, management and communication skills with experience of leading teams. She will be responsible for leading on the implementation of South Ayrshire Women’s Aid Strategic Plan in conjunction with the Board of Trustees and the staff team.
Applicants will have a feminist understanding of domestic abuse, an understanding of the causes and effects of this on women, children and young people and be committed to working towards a society free from abuse.
Do you love Jesus and desire his Kingdom justice for the marginalised and disadvantaged?
Do you have a love for the city of Glasgow and its people?
Are you passionate about seeing real transformation and change in people’s lives and seeing communities renewed?
God has been faithful to Glasgow City Mission for almost 200 years and we find ourselves at a time of new beginnings and exciting change.
We are looking for an inspirational and visionary Christian leader to join our team in this exciting new chapter.
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.