Do you want to make a difference? Be part of a successful, innovative voluntary organisation? Involved in shaping and guiding CFINE to achieving increased impact in tackling poverty and organisational growth and sustainability? Then this job could be for you!
You would be a member of CFINE’s management and leadership team, occupying a second tier position and be able to bring your experience and abilities to put your own stamp in the role. You would have the opportunity for growth, development and progression within the organisation.
Post: Depute Chief Executive (Strategy).
Salary: up to £50,000 depending on experience.
Period: The post is permanent and offers the opportunity for the post-holder’s growth and development.
Hours: FTE, 36.25 hours/week.
Responsible to: Chief Executive.
Responsible for: along with the Depute CEO (Operations) and the CEO, this post has a responsibility for all staff (presently numbering 36, c28 FTE) and volunteers (over a year, >300 recruited, trained and supported).
Overall Responsibility: contributing to the strategic oversight and development of CFINE’s support and services and to the effective operation and sustainability of the organisation. Amongst this range of responsibilities around finance, HR, building partnerships and networks, promoting and increasing the profile of CFINE and so forth, the DCE (Strategy) will have the management and strategic oversight of 2 key developments within CFINE: the presently being established Financial Inclusion Hub; and the Sustainable Food City Partnership Aberdeen.
Interested? For a job description and how to apply, please contact email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: Friday, 15/2/19 at 5pm.
Northfield Community Centre is based in the heart of the Northfield community in Aberdeen.
We currently have a vacancy for:
Community Centre Manager
(37 hours per week)
The successful candidate will work closely with the Centre’s Board of Trustees to ensure the effective, efficient management of day-to-day operation of the Centre, encouraging use of the Centre by individuals and external bodies.
The successful candidate will also develop, update and maintain effective administrative systems, whilst ensuring a safe and positive experience for all Centre users.
The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, able to motivate others, have good communication skills, an ability to work towards targets and be able to work both on their own initiative and as part of a team.
Starting Salary depending on experience and qualifications
To apply please request an application form from:
Malcolm Pritchard, Pathways, First Floor, Powis Community Centre, 11 Powis Circle, Aberdeen, AB24 3YX
CLOSING DATE – 5th February 2019
Hours: 12 hours/week
The Bread Maker has a part time vacancy for a Development & Support Worker to enable adults with learning disabilities to engage in training and in a very busy bakery.
We are looking to hear from enthusiastic and motivated people who have a positive attitude to support individuals to carry out food preparation and to assist in the making of bakery products for the Bread Maker’s significant customer base.
The post requires good communication skills (written and verbal) with the ability to communicate effectively with other people on 1:1 basis or in a team.
Individuals will be subject to a disclosure Scotland check and will need two satisfactory references. A food hygiene certificate is desirable but not essential.
For the role of Development & Support Worker will offer 20 days annual leave per year plus public holidays.
For a job description, including information on how to apply, please contact:
The Bread Maker T: 01224 641520 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 5pm on Friday 15th February 2019
Salary: Circa £9,200 per annum
Closing date: Friday 1st February 2019
Interview date: to be confirmed
We are looking for an engaging, enthusiastic and well organised individual to join our Scotland Volunteering and Community team. Reporting to the Volunteering & Community Manager for Scotland, you will lead a group of volunteers and our peer support activity for people affected by stroke within the Grampian health board area. You will also coordinate the monitoring and evaluation of our Hand in Hand volunteer-led, peer support pilots and lead volunteers within the pilots.
You will have strong networking and relationship management skills to enable you to proactively build connections and opportunities across your area.
You will have a track record of working with volunteers and an understanding of the impact of stroke in someone’s life. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential. There is also a requirement to work flexibly and travel to fulfil the role.
This role is home based, please see our homeworking agreement for full details.
The use of a car with business use cover and the ability to drive is essential to be able to fulfil the requirements of the role.
The role is subject to a standard PVG check.
For more details or to apply visit – https://www.stroke.org.uk/jobs/volunteering-and-community-officer-3