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Work with members

One of the benefits of Children in Scotland membership is the opportunity to advertise employment and volunteering opportunities to our network through our various communications channels.

We are pleased to be able to help our members promote their vacancies. As well as jobs with us, you can view our members’ current employment and volunteer opportunities by clicking on the links on the right of this page.

Follow us on Twitter @cisweb to keep up to date on any new opportunities as they come up.

Current opportunities

Families First St Andrews: Volunteer Co-ordinator

  • St Andrews
  • 22 hours per week, fixed term to 31 March 2024
  • £20,798-£23,761 pro rata

We require a suitably qualified person to work closely with Families First senior management team to take the lead on all volunteer recruitment and retention processes and to ensure volunteers receive an excellent experience whilst volunteering with us.

Closing date: 23/01/22  at  12am

Salvesen Mindroom Centre: Development Manager (Trusts & Foundations)

  • Edinburgh
  • Full-time
  • £32,101–£36,130 depending on skills and experience

This is a key role for the organisation, supporting the development and delivery of SMC’s fundraising strategy and its ambitious objectives

Closing date: 31/01/22  at  9am

Apex Scotland: Service Development Manager

  • Clackmannanshire/Hybrid
  • Full-time
  • £31,321-£33,541

We require a motivated, insightful and passionate individual to join our Management group

Closing date: 07/02/22  at  10am

Advertise with us

Children in Scotland members can advertise vacancies free of charge. Contact Tracy Hope,

Download this form, to see what information we require when you are submitting a job vacancy to be advertised.

Work with us

See what vacancies and opportunities are currently available working with us

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Volunteering opportunities with us

Volunteers play an important role in helping us achieve our vision

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Our work

All our work aims to improve the lives of children and families in Scotland

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Our strategic plan

Have a look at our plans fro 2017-21


Organisational chart

A useful visual guide to our structure

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