Amina MWRC is a national award-winning organisation which annually works with over 4000 Muslim & Black, Minority Ethnic women across Scotland, by giving them opportunities to have their voices heard, to improve their skills and become more confident in participating in their own communities and in wider society, without fear of discrimination or inequality.
We’re looking for an experienced leader to manage Amina MWRC, who will work closely, both, with the Senior Management Team and Board of Directors. You will be an excellent communicator with skills in raising organisational profile, have experience in strategic planning, staff management, securing funding and the ability to turn vision into action.
Furthermore, you will have a robust understanding of gender equality, be politically aware and have the ability to work collaboratively with partners.
Job share & secondment options will be considered.
SCAN is looking for a new Director to build on its leading advocacy and development work, aimed at connecting, championing and cultivating contemporary art across all areas of Scotland and beyond.
Do you have the ambition and contacts to take Scotland’s member-led network for the contemporary art community to its next stage? SCAN is looking for a new Director to build on its leading advocacy and development work, aimed at connecting, championing and cultivating contemporary visual art across all areas of Scotland and beyond.
With a growing membership and strong advocacy links to an increasing number of stakeholders including the Government, Scottish Contemporary Art Network (SCAN) is the member-led network for contemporary visual art in Scotland. SCAN’s members encompass artists, art workers, galleries and visual art organisations of all sizes and types.
If you’re passionate about how art can spark change, and would like to work with the SCAN team, board and membership to lobby for policies and practice to support it, this role could be for you.
We are looking for women to join our Board who:
No previous experience of being on a Board is required as induction and training will be provided. Please see the application pack for more details about the role.
Only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
We are keen to promote diversity and welcome applications from disabled women, trans women, and women of diverse backgrounds, sexual orientations, ethnicities and ages, to help us best meet the wide-ranging needs of survivors of sexual violence.
We are also keen to encourage women with an interest, and/or skills and experience in finance and fundraising to apply.
Established in 1978, Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre (ERCC) provides a support, information and advocacy service for women, young people and members of the trans community aged 12 and over in Edinburgh, East and Midlothian who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual violence, including rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation. For more information please go to ercc.scot.
Do you want to work for a caring organisation that believes in people?
Do you want to make a difference?
As a Recovery Coordinator with Change Grow Live, you’ll work with people who use our services, helping them get to where they want to be.
With this role you’ll be working as part of South East Recovery Service.
The team supports people with their or their loved ones’ drug and alcohol issues in South East Edinburgh.
No two days are the same and we treat every person who comes into our service as an individual, so being flexible, curious and a good listener are key.
You’ll have to record information about what you do, so enjoying a bit of paperwork and attention to detail is important. But most of the time you’ll be enjoying working with people from all backgrounds, making a difference to their lives.
This is what one of our Recovery Coordinators who use our service had to say: “I like the team spirit, that we all bring something different and we always put the people who use our service first”.
Our values are to be compassionate, open and bold. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you
Responsible for coordinating and developing the work of a highly skilled team offering counselling and complementary therapies for people wishing to address their stimulant drug use.
Scottish Refugee Council aims to be a strong voice in support of people seeking refugee protection. We speak out on refugee and asylum issues and campaign for a fairer and more humane asylum system in the UK and for a better deal for people rebuilding their lives here.
We believe the media has an important role to play in helping to achieve this. We are seeking a Media Officer working exclusively on news stories to make sure journalists have access to accurate information about refugee and asylum issues and to maintain a strong voice and presence in the media in support of people seeking protection in Scotland.
This is a busy and demanding role working within a complex political context. We are looking for someone with a strong background in news, either press, broadcast or as a press officer working with news within a charity or other organisation.
You will have an excellent and intimate understanding of how news works, with extensive experience of producing effective and quick reactive news lines for breaking stories or of reporting and producing news. You will have sound judgement and be able to think and act strategically while working quickly and to deadlines.
Please note that it is the policy of Scottish Refugee Council to start new employees on the lower end of the specified salary scheme.
This post will be subject to a Basic Disclosure check.
Do you want to work for a caring organisation that believes in people?
Do you want to make a difference?
As a Recovery Coordinator with Change Grow Live you’ll work with people who use our services, helping them get to where they want to be.
Edinburgh and Midlothian Offender Recovery Service (EMORS) is a transformative service that brings together prison and community work to support individuals throughout the Criminal Justice System, supporting them to achieve drug, alcohol and crime free lives.
An exciting opportunity have arisen to join our EMORS team, supporting the high-quality delivery of recovery focused interventions to service users in the criminal justice system affected by drug and alcohol issues also the provision of through care support to individuals leaving prison and returning to Edinburgh and Midlothian. The service delivers interventions in custody areas, prison and community, on a one to one basis and in group work settings.
The successful candidate will have an excellent understanding of drug and alcohol issues and experience of working within a related field. Also necessary is a commitment to multi-agency working, excellent communication skills and experience of working within an outcomes-focused approach.
Are you interested in joining an award-winning Scottish charity whose aim is to provide support to people whose lives are affected by mental health issues? We are looking for someone who is passionate about helping people understand, manage and improve their financial wellbeing as well as their mental health issues.
You would be joining our Mental Health and Money Advice Service, which provides clear, practical advice and support for people affected by mental health and money issues.
In this varied role, you will be advising and supporting clients by offering tailored advice and assistance to those experiencing mental health and money problems. Part of the role will be to carry out benefit checks and financial assessments to identify and overcome challenging situations in relation to clients’ mental health, welfare rights and debt problems. Advice will normally be provided online or by phone.
This service is currently referral only, working in partnership with our partner organisations (National Debtline, StepChange, Money & Pensions Service, Home Energy Scotland and Money Advice Scotland) as well as our own Services.
Who are we looking for
The ideal candidate has recently worked in welfare benefits or money advice services and has experience in providing income maximisation advice, support and empowerment to individuals. A working knowledge of the regulatory frameworks governing financial services, experience in completing financial assessments and providing advice on debt solutions will be a distinct advantage, as is experience in working with individuals living with mental health issues.
We are committed to exploring flexible working opportunities which benefit the individual and the Charity and are a “Happy to Talk Flexible” employer. We will consider applications part time homeworking.
For an informal discussion please contact John Casserly, Mental Health and Money Advice Service Manager at JCasserly@supportinmindscotland.org.uk
If you are passionate about enabling Support in Mind Scotland to deliver a valuable service to the Scottish community and feel your profile matches this role’s criteria, then we would love to hear from you!
Why join us
Support in Mind Scotland provides services to people directly affected by a mental health issue and to those who care for them. We have many diverse projects and services located throughout Scotland, one of which is the Mental Health and Money Advice service. This provides clear, practical advice and support for people affected by mental health and money issues.
We are committed to delivering services shaped by the lived experienced of people affected by mental health. We believe in a holistic approach in providing support and strive to empower our service users to make the best use of this assistance
This is a great opportunity to join a thriving charity and help shape its future. In return for your work, passion and dedication, we offer scope for development, a benefit package including 37 days’ holiday, enhanced sick pay, season ticket loan, regular support & supervision and access to our Employee Assistance Programme.
Find out more about who we are and what we do on our Website at supportinmindscotland.org.uk and on social media.
Youth Scotland, Scotland’s national charity for the support and delivery of community based youth work, would love you to come and join our dynamic team
We are launching an exciting new project to support young people in community youth groups with their mental health and wellbeing, in partnership with Place2Be. We have identified the need for a development worker role which will suit an experienced youth worker who is passionate about empowering young people as peer mentors and supporting young people’s mental health. If this is you then we want to hear from you!
During COVID 19, post will involve working from home and delivering digitally and also face to face delivery in the community subject to risk assessment and Government Guidelines.
To provide secretarial and administrative support to the CEO and to act as Board/Committee secretariat.
For further details about the role, please download the Job Description and Person Specification below.