Cultivate Dundee, Chrysalis Service
Chrysalis is a mental health service based in an award winning community garden in Dundee.
In a beautiful outdoor setting we promote recovery from mental ill health through therapeutic horticulture including organic gardening, conservation and team working. There is a strong group work emphasis, staff work with the people attending our service to develop and maintain the garden, which is open to the public. Duties also include supporting our service users with their personal development plans.
We are seeking a creative, enthusiastic and practical individual to join our small team. Applicants should :
Have experience in horticulture and of supporting people in an outdoor setting.
Be able to demonstrate good communication skills and a mature attitude together with adaptability, creativity and enthusiasm.
Have experience and a good understanding of working with mental health issues.
You will be required to work flexibly to suit the needs of the service including some occasional evening and weekend working.
Closing date for all applications is 12.00 noon, Monday the 9th of August 2021.
Interviews will take place on Wednesday the 18th August 2021.
Applications are welcome from people who have experienced mental health difficulties. A PVG check is required for this post, along with a Right to Work in the UK check. Candidates will also be required to provide proof of qualifications declared on the application formHow to Apply:
For more details, full Job description and how to apply, see the SAMH web pages https://www.samh.org.uk/information/work-with-us/vacancies/horticultural-practitioner-n917Closing Date: August 9, 2021 Interview Date: Wednesday, 18 August, 2021
Unit 8, Perth Business Centre, 28 Glasgow Road, Perth PH2 0NX
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.
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 SpecificationContact 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, email@example.com
This job is also advertised via Indeed.co.uk at https://uk.indeed.com/job/office-manager-d5d6867d234fbe3aClosing Date: August 23, 2021 Interview Date: Thursday, 2 September, 2021
Bridgend Farmhouse, 41 Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh EH16 4TE
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 2, 2021