Exciting new opportunities have arisen for new Trustees to join Open Door Accommodation Project.
Do you have the Enthusiasm and Passion to help us guide our organisation forward?
The Board are responsible for setting the strategic direction of the organisation to deliver the charitable objectives. As a member of the Board of Trustees you will be responsible for ensuring the effective oversight and governance within the organisation for the benefit of the vulnerable young people we support.
Open Door have an experienced management team who are responsible for the day-to-day management and service delivery of the organisation’s support staff. The Board will be responsible for the supervision of the Chief Executive to take overall responsibility for the organisation, acting collectively and effectively in its interests by giving strategic direction and determining our mission and vision. The Board make decisions required for assurance and management of the organisation, ensuring compliance, good governance and adequate financial resources for our services whilst protecting our assets and property. The Board also ensure we manage risks carefully, as a responsible employer and uphold the principles of equality and diversity.
Board meetings are held on a monthly to six weekly basis, typically in the evening.
CFINE’s core purpose is to improve health and well-being and the environment, tackle poverty and build resilience for and with disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals, families and communities. CFINE operates both as a charity and a social enterprise, existing to deliver on our social aims as well as generate income from trading, all of which goes back into supporting our charitable purpose.
Our Vision is of ‘communities where everyone can reach their full potential in life’
We are seeking someone with the knowledge and experience to lead and develop Cfine’s financial inclusion and support services - SAFE: Support, Advice, Finance, Education.
The right candidate will have effective management skills, track record in a relevant role, a comprehensive understanding of welfare and social security systems, a solid understanding of poverty and associated issues and commitment to the development and delivery of high-quality support services.
The role will have responsibility for the supervision and development of CFine’s SAFE Team; development of all financial inclusion and digital literacy services; sourcing funding and the monitoring and evaluation of those services.
An opportunity to be involved at the beginning of an exciting new enterprise to establish a community HUB in Helensburgh. Excellent IT skills and relevant experience in a community development role required.
Key Responsibilities will include:
The Development Manager must have:
Contract Period and expected hours
This current contract is time limited to SLF requirements. The Development Manager will work on a flexible basis to accommodate the needs of the service. Attending evening meetings or working weekends may be required.
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust (MBHT) was established in 2004 as a registered charity in North West Glasgow to save the Victorian Burgh Halls from demolition and bring the Halls back into community use. MBHT raised over £9 million to regenerate the building and it reopened in 2012 as a multipurpose space including an event venue, office spaces to let and local heritage site including a museum and exhibition space and collection of artefacts. Heritage has been at the heart of the Trust's aims and activities from the beginning of the Burgh Halls’ regeneration project. MBHT continues to look for ways to engage and involve the local community to promote local culture, arts and heritage and highlight the excellent community facility of the historic Burgh Halls.
Purpose of Post:
The Communications Coordinator role purpose will be to raise the profile and awareness of the Trust and our community through its positive representation in the full range of media, establishing and protecting a prominent media profile for the organisation. The role will include working with the management team to help to create an annual communications strategy which the postholder will implement. This will dovetail with our new digital strategy and the postholder will be integral in its development. MBHT are interested in expanding their presence through the use of different communication channels including; social media, email, website and press. The post will be responsible for the creation of a communications and digital content calendar, and content and copy for each channel. This will include review and interpretation of campaigns and investigating new sources and channels for the Trust’s use.
The post holder will work with Trust volunteers, interns and work placements, develop partnerships with the local community, and network with other industry organisations.
The key elements of the role are:
• Implement and contribute to overall communications and digital strategy
• Run the Trust’s social media accounts including content creation, communications calendar and planning, scheduling and responding to engagement
• Copywriting for email, web and social media
• Newsletter production and use of email campaigns / platforms e.g. mailchimp including campaign creation and automation
• Liaising with press and media including writing press releases and generating press and media interest
• Create video content e.g. concept creation, directing, filming, interviewing and editing
• Graphic design to include the use of photoshop or similar
We are looking for an experienced communications professional to join our small team. You will lead on implanting a new communications strategy to strengthen the resilience of the Trust and enhance our visitor experience. To be successful in this role you’ll have the passion and drive to think creatively, inspire others and implement new ideas. Guidance and support will be given in the role and the successful candidate will be encouraged to grow and develop their skills in order to fulfil the full range of duties.
LCG is a charity providing opportunities to meet new people, learn new skills, develop peer support networks and help improve the quality of life for local residents.
Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, The Development Worker’s duties will include the management of the Hareleeshill Community Garden and all related activities, including volunteers and outreach initiatives.
We are looking for a highly motivated person who can develop the vision for this community initiative.
The Office Administrator of Fife Carers Centre will be responsible to the Centre Manager through day-to-day reporting and regular supervision, and will be expected to:
To find out more about the role download the Job Description and Person Specification below.
Could you be part of something different? We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to use their gifts, skills and experience to make a different to the lives of the people in our parish and community.
We are seeking to develop and enhance our mission and outreach and you would help us do this by further integrating the Church into the community by working to develop new models and ways of being church and expanding our youth and children’s activities and social events. This will be alongside assisting with worship and pastoral visitations.
Are you passionate about the development of the third sector? This role is a unique opportunity to promote and improve joint working across public and third sector services in North Ayrshire. The post will deliver further development of the provision of services based on need and ensure they would be easily accessible for those who need them most.
The development officer will be directly involved in supporting connections to community capacity building and identifying collaborative opportunities to help establish joint working across services. The officer would operate mainly within North Ayrshire localities reporting to Arran Community & Voluntary Service (partners in TSI North Ayrshire) as employers and working closely with their lead officer to engage widely with community groups, organisations, social enterprise and charities which provide or wish to provide services and support for health and wellbeing needs. It will be important for the officer to engage regularly with Health & Social Care partners to monitor the success of such provisions.
The Development Officer will carry out actions which will assist in achieving the outcomes contained in the Health and Social Care (HSCP) Strategic Plan, focusing on activities within community settings and additionally engaging with various locality forums, third sector forums and partnership provider forums as required. Provide and promote information and events relating to both the Health and Social Care Integration agenda, and the Core Activities of TSI North Ayrshire. IT skills and experience of report writing and monitoring are essential to the job.
The role and function of this post is as agreed through the Lead Officer for the 3rd Sector (the CEO Arran CVS), in conjunction with the Health and Social Care Partnership Strategic Lead Officer.
The role of the Development Officer may involve supporting the engagement of strategic activities in order to achieve the objectives of the Strategic Plan.
Could you be part of something new and transformative? St Luke’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Glenrothes have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to be part of our community project known as Peace 'n' Jam.
In this role as Community Development Worker, you will take a lead in developing and supporting the establishment of a community café and social hub within our church.
There is already exciting work taking place, and we are looking for someone with energy and initiative who will focus on connecting people and community organisations in Auchmuty and the surrounding area.
Operating from the project’s base at St. Luke’s Church in Auchmuty, (or from home where practical and feasible), you will work independently as a key member of our project. You will undertake a variety of duties and have the opportunity to work on a flexible basis.
Applicants should be reliable with a positive and flexible approach to work.
This role requires a Basic disclosure
The appointment is initially offered for 12 months and is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. The post may be extended beyond this date subject to ongoing funding.
Food Train is an award winning voluntary organisation, providing practical support services to older people across Scotland, helping them to eat well, live well and age well. Our Dumfries and Galloway regional branch currently offers 4 services to older people: grocery shopping, home support, befriending and our innovative Meal Makers neighbourhood meal sharing project. We are seeking an outstanding individual to help develop these services in the East of the area.
We are looking for a talented and suitably experienced administrator, enthusiastic about working in the voluntary sector and older people’s services. Applicants will have excellent administrative and general office skills and experience, evidenced working experience of Microsoft Applications and accounts packages and be a talented communicator who thrives in a busy office.
Someone who can show flexibility to support the Charity needs at this time is essential.