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Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative (MCCI)
Hours: 30 per week on a self-employed basis for one year initially
Salary: £9 per hour
Type of Contract: Self-employed basis

The task of the project lead is to support the young people’s committee to manage the Charlie’s Green Angels climate change project. Activities will include working with staff, volunteers, children, young people and their families. The role will include working in an outdoors environment. The role will involve aspects of gardening and relevant climate change issues with a strong focus on the education and learning of children, young people, and the wider community. Team working and an experience of delivering educational workshops to children and young people is vital.

If you have applied previously you are not required to apply again


Closing Date: April 21, 2017
NHS Tayside Occupational Therapy for Adults with a Learning Disability
Hours: Full Time Monday to Friday 37.5 hrs
Salary: £19,902 - £22,683
Type of Contract: Permanent

Using horticulture as a medium, providing Occupational Therapy therapeutic activities to people with a Learning Disability within the Centre and within the community


Closing Date: March 29, 2017
Interview Date: Tuesday, 21 March, 2017
Students’ Association of the University of the West of Scotland (SAUWS)
Hours: 35 hours per week
Type of Contract: Fixed term contract of 12 months

The Students’ Association of the University of the West of Scotland (SAUWS) is a dynamic and vibrant organisation which exists to ensure the continuous improvement of our students’ experience.
We are looking for motivated, goal achieving staff who enjoy the challenge of making a difference to our students’ lives. We expect you to be WISE:
• Welcoming – a friendly approach in person and online
• Inclusive – enabling opportunities for all
• Supportive – supporting each other appropriately
• Engaging – communicating, listening and responding.
You should enjoy working in a fast changing environment and be able to work under your own direction as part of a diverse team. Knowledge or experience of working within a 3rd sector organisation is advantageous.
The Carbon Reduction Coordinator will be responsible for the Engage, Embed and Empower (E3) project which is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund. The project is centred on Sustainability Hubs in the Ayr and Paisley Campuses of the UWS. These hubs will be focal points for increased carbon literacy, action on climate change and supporting our circular economy through the free tool hire service and free shops. They will also offer repair and upcycling workshops which are aimed at upskilling our community, empowering them to keep goods in use for as long as possible. The ultimate goal of all of our projects is to ensure the continued reduction of CO2 emissions within our community.
For further information and how to apply see online www.sauws.org.uk/union/jobs


Contact Name: David Devlin membership@sauws.org.uk
Closing Date: March 27, 2017
Interview Date: Thursday, 30 March, 2017
Dandelion
Address:

.Location All Scotland. Dandelion has an office in Glasgow, but we are open to flexible working options

Hours: Hours of Work 0.6FTE (3 days per week)
Salary: The salary is equivalent to £35,000 pro rata per annum. £22,750 for the 12-month period at 0.6FTE
Type of Contract: This is a fixed term contract for 12 months
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Dandelion will be a major supporter of the Good Food Nation Bill and, as part of its
legacy, Dandelion aims to create a vast food growing network across Scotland.
The Dandelion Growing Partnerships Manager will work to the Creative Director
supporting the strategic development of this new growing alliance. The post holder
will be responsible for researching, developing and maintaining Dandelion growing
partnerships, which will range in scale across the country.
The Project Manager will also support food growing and the promotion of the Dandelion
Harvest Festival.

 

Key Roles and Responsibilities
• Initiate and manage an informal Growing Alliance throughout Scotland, ranging
from neighbourhood initiatives to commercial and business partners
• Manage, empower, motivate partner organisations, increasing the profile and
reach of Dandelion and ensuring an enduring and transformational impact on
people and place
• Develop and managing project action plans and set delivery milestones for partner
organisations
• Gather evidence and insight to help effectively communicate about the work
contributing towards content for print, web and social media
• Work with staff, volunteers and stakeholders to evaluate performance and identify
areas for improvement
• To manage projects within set budgets
• Develop legacy outcomes from Dandelion, exploring funding opportunities beyond
the lifespan of the project
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Contact Name: Jen H Coombes - jenny.howard-coombes@dandelion.scot
How to Apply:
.If you would like to arrange an informal and confidential conversation about this opportunity, please contact Jen H Coombes - jenny.howard-coombes@dandelion.scot.
 
Please send your CV and maximum 1 x A4 sides outlining why you would like to take up this role, and what relevant experience you can bring to Dandelion, to jenny.howard-coombes@dandelion.scot no later than midnight on Thursday 7th October 2021. Please also complete this online equalities monitoring form: www.dandelion.scot/inclusion-form
 
We will only request references from the successful candidate.
 
The information you supply in your application, and by completing the equalities monitoring form, is kept securely and will remain confidential. We will not retain this or any other personal information beyond the duration of the application process except in using anonymised data for the purposes of monitoring and reporting.

Closing Date: October 8, 2021
Bridgend Farmhouse
Address:
South East Edinburgh
Hours: Hours of Work 35 hours
Salary: Salary £31,000 per annum
Type of Contract: Full-time

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Bridgend Farmhouse is an award winning, community-owned and led Development Trust in South East Edinburgh whose aim is to enable people to learn, work and grow together to create a flourishing community and place.

 

This is a pivotal role, with overall responsibility for the development, operations and sustainability of Bridgend Farmhouse’s community facing activities, volunteering and external partnerships. We were one of first urban asset transfers in Scotland in 2015, and opened as a community hub in 2018, when our first staff joined us. So, Bridgend Farmhouse is relatively young as a staffed organisation, but has its origins in community development activities dating back over eleven years. The challenge for this role is to increase the profile and reposition Bridgend Farmhouse, a Community Benefit Society with Charitable status which has survived the negative impacts of COVID-19, whilst providing a range of vital services during the pandemic, and is beginning to emerge from lockdown. We have also just completed a large piece of community action research with other 400 households and detailed governance review with over 45 members, staff, trustees and volunteers.

 

The successful candidate would support the Board of Directors/Trustees to implement recently agreed structural changes, strengthen its governance and be responsible for the day-to-day organisation of a vibrant community hub which serves South East Edinburgh.  We need a highly organised, resilient self-starter for this challenging but very rewarding role.

 

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced manager who has an understanding of working with a community-led organisation. You will have a strong track record of operational and project management in a comparable setting, and be competent and confident in managing budgets and financial performance. You will have excellent people management skills and a record of creating strong working partnerships with organisations, community groups and volunteers.  Experience of working to a Board of voluntary directors and of monitoring, evaluating and reporting on outcomes is also essential.

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HOW TO APPLY

Application is by CV and a separate supporting statement sent to us by email. Your supporting statement should set out why you are a suitable candidate for this post, why you would like to work for Bridgend Farmhouse, and explain exactly how you meet the person specification and criteria outlined in the job description. You should ensure that each of your documents is a maximum of two sides of A4 sheets long, using a font size that is no smaller than Arial 11 point.

Please, ensure you include the names and contact details of two referees in your CV. These should not be people who are related to you.

Please contact roz.angus@bridgendfarmhouse.org.uk and kevin.morrison@bridgendfarmhouse.org.uk should you wish to arrange a visit to the Farmhouse prior to applying.

 

IMPORTANT

In the subject box of your email, please put YOUR FULL NAME followed by ‘GENERAL MANAGER’, i.e. your full name followed by the job title. This will assist us in shortlisting emailed applications.

Please, send your CV and your supporting statement by email to:

roz.angus@bridgendfarmhouse.org.uk

Closing date: 12 pm, Monday 4th October 2021

 

 


Closing Date: October 4, 2021
Interview Date: Thursday, 14 October, 2021
West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust and Polbeth & West Calder Community Garden
Address:
West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust and Polbeth & West Calder Community Garden
Hours: Part-time (2 to 3 days a week depending on the candidate)
Salary: £24,000 pa pro-rata
Type of Contract: Fixed term of 12 months

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West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust and Polbeth & West Calder Community Garden wish to appoint a Development Officer to join their partnership staff team running volunteer, enterprise and wellbeing activities at our community garden and woodland. This a great opportunity to bring enthusiasm, energy and creativity to a volunteer facing role.

 

It will suit someone with a passion for helping people develop their skills and wellbeing, the environment and outdoor activities. You would be joining a friendly team of two within a supportive team of nine based in the community to deliver volunteer sessions across a range of abilities, ages and activities, develop educational opportunities and boost our enterprising activity in our growing, workshop and zero-waste projects. 

 

A candidate with the correct skills and experience may also be able to support our coordinator in project development support. 

 

https://goodmoves.com/vacancy/a4s3z00000SfC0YAAV/Development-Officer

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Contact Name: Amy Davidson, Volunteer and Project Coordinator
How to Apply: Please email cdt@westcalder.org for an application pack of if you have any questions.
Closing Date: October 10, 2021
Trellis
Address:

Unit 8, Perth Business Centre, 28 Glasgow Road, Perth PH2 0NX 

Hours: 21 per week, flexible, with core hours
Salary: £21,229 per anum, pro rata ( x 0.6 FTE)
Type of Contract: Part-time, Permanent

Join our small staff team and make a difference!

Trellis is the national charity for therapeutic horticulture. We support over 480 therapeutic gardening projects nationwide, which in turn support more than 12,000 people each week. We provide an Information Service, site visits, good practice exchange, training, a website and annual conference/seminar series and we raise the profile of therapeutic horticulture.

Job Purpose:

To support therapeutic gardening projects in Scotland by:

1. Providing administrative support to our small team of staff and freelance fieldworkers

2. Managing the Trellis office and ensuring the smooth running of all the organisation’s administrative systems including meeting regulatory obligations.

3. Coordinate Trellis events including the conference/seminar series, AGM and board meetings.

 Work remotely: Temporarily due to COVID-19

For further details please see the Job Specification


Contact Name: Fiona Thackeray
How to Apply:

Please email a CV and covering letter, outlining how your experience fits the job requirements, to Fiona Thackeray, Head of Operations & Development, fiona@trellisscotland.org.uk

This job is also advertised via Indeed.co.uk at https://uk.indeed.com/job/office-manager-d5d6867d234fbe3a


Closing Date: August 23, 2021
Interview Date: Thursday, 2 September, 2021
Bridgend Farmhouse
Address:

Bridgend Farmhouse, 41 Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh EH16 4TE

Hours: Full-time (35 hours)
Salary: £30,000
Type of Contract: Permanent

Bridgend Farmhouse is an award winning, community-owned and led organisation in South East Edinburgh whose aim is to enable people to learn, work and grow together to create a flourishing community and place.

 

This is a pivotal role, with overall responsibility for the development, operations and sustainability of Bridgend Farmhouse’s community facing activities, volunteering and external partnerships. We were one of first urban asset transfers in Scotland in 2015, and opened as a community hub in 2018, when our first staff joined us. So, Bridgend Farmhouse is relatively young as a staffed organisation, but has its origins in community development activities dating back over eleven years. The challenge for this role is to increase the profile and reposition Bridgend Farmhouse, a Community Benefit Society with Charitable status which has survived the negative impacts of COVID-19, whilst providing a range of vital services during the pandemic, and is beginning to emerge from lockdown. We have also just completed a large piece of community action research with other 400 households and detailed governance review with over 45 members, staff, trustees and volunteers.

 

The successful candidate would support the Board of Directors/Trustees to implement recently agreed structural changes, strengthen its governance and be responsible for the day-to-day organisation of a vibrant community hub which serves South East Edinburgh.  We need a highly organised, resilient self-starter for this challenging but very rewarding role.

 

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced manager who has an understanding of working with a community-led organisation. You will have a strong track record of operational and project management in a comparable setting, and be competent and confident in managing budgets and financial performance. You will have excellent people management skills and a record of creating strong working partnerships with organisations, community groups and volunteers.  Experience of working to a Board of voluntary directors and of monitoring, evaluating and reporting on outcomes is also essential.


How to Apply:

Please download and study the Job Description, including the Person Specification, before applying. To apply, download and follow the Application Instructions carefully.
Closing date for applications is 12.00 pm (noon), Monday 2nd August.
Shortlisted candidates will be informed by Monday 9th August. Interviews will be held on the 19th or 20th August.

 


Closing Date: August 3, 2021