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.
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- part time
We are looking for trustees to join our board, to help shape the charity's strategic direction and oversee the good governance of the organisation. This is an unpaid position. It is an occupational requirement that applications are open to women only, as permitted under Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.
- Glasgow, Castlemilk
- 27.5 hours during term time & 37.5 hours during holiday periods. Shift pattern usually between 7.30am– 6.30pm
- £17,850–£19,283 pro rata
An opportunity has arisen in OSC for a passionate individual, committed to supporting our children and families, providing new learning opportunities ensuring that every child’s needs are fulfilled. The Child Development Officer role will be based in one of our Out of School Care services in Castlemilk, working directly with our children and families, building and maintaining trusting relationships with all. The CDO will contribute to ensuring that the service is operating to the highest standard by being an outstanding role model and embracing the Indigo Group values and guiding principles.
- Part-time 23 hours per week
Volunteer Midlothian, the leading agency for volunteer development within Midlothian, are looking for a forward thinking, motivated person to join our organisation as Transform Youth Support Coordinator. Our Transform project provides supported volunteering opportunities for young people aged 14-20, and has recently reached a milestone of having had 1000 young people volunteer with the project over its entire lifespan. We work alongside a number of key local partners to support young people, in particular those from a disadvantaged background, to improve their confidence, learn new skills, and to reach positive destinations. As Youth Support Coordinator you will have a flexible approach to your work, with great problem solving and organisation skills. You will use your effective communication and interpersonal skills to build positive working relationships with partner agencies within the local community. A relevant Youth Work qualification or equivalent is essential, and experience and knowledge of working in a youth work, education and/or training context is essential. This post is jointly funded by Midlothian Council and Children In Need, and is available until March 2022.
- £26,018 - £29,695
Come and be part of a community with 300-400 diverse, ambitious, gifted, vulnerable young people. Lead a youth work team committed to creative, relational, innovative youth work. Bring your experience, skills and training to develop our team, our practice and young people in Dundee.
- Part - time
We are seeking an enthusiastic, socially aware person with excellent communication and customer service skills to join our team. The main aim of this post is to provide administrative support to the Manager, Senior Advocacy Worker and our small team of advocacy workers in our busy Glasgow office. Good organisation skills are essential, as is a good working knowledge of MS Office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook etc. Practical knowledge of social media platforms and experience of working with the public. The ability to work on their own initiative is important. The successful candidate will have a minimum of one year’s experience in a similar role.
- Part-time 16 hours
- £17,850 - £19,283 pro rata
An exciting new opportunity has arisen for inspiring individuals, passionate about supporting families and committed to ensuring high quality childcare practice. These two Child Development Officer roles will work with the Children and Young People’s Services Manager to deliver mobile crèche services and contribute to the development and promotion of our mobile crèche. Your time will be split between delivering our mobile crèche service and covering in our Early Years, Out of School Care and Indi Youth services, embracing and being fully committed to the Indigo Group values and guiding principles.