Macmillan Cancer Support are recruiting for a Volunteering Services Coordinator for East & South Scotland. It is a fixed term, full-time post. Closing date is 23:59 on Mon 10 June.
More information on this role can be found on the link below:
Public Health Scotland will bring together Scotland’s national expertise and capacity in Public Health Intelligence, Health Protection and Health Improvement into a new single body. Public Health Scotland will:
Are you looking to recruit staff?
We have students ready and waiting with a variety of skillsets ready to fill your vacancies.
Come along and host a stand at our Jobs Fair on Tuesday 4th June from 10am - 1pm and hopefully meet your next staff member.
We would love to welcome you on the day.
We attach a link to our Eventbrite invitation and would be grateful if you would reply to this if you are interested in attending.
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
CRT Scotland’s next Network Event will take place on the Fri 7 June at The Westerwood Hotel, 1 St Andrews Dr, Cumbernauld, Glasgow G68 0EW.
The day will provide an opportunity to meet with and hear from speakers from groups operating in coalfield areas on this year’s theme of health, as well as find out what’s new at CRT and catch up with colleagues.
The day will start at 10.30 with tea and coffee and finish by 3 with a break for lunch.
Spaces on this free event are limited, so to reserve yours please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 01259 230910.
This is an opportunity to hear about new developments from VSGWL. We will be showcasing our new interactive services locator tool and launching our revamped website.
UK charity is following-up its major 2014 survey, M.E. Time to Deliver, by looking, five years on, at health, welfare, employment and education for children and adults with M.E. in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. By sharing your experience on topics including symptom management approaches, the impact of M.E. on your relationships, and access to the right sort of support, you can help Action for M.E. campaign more effectively for improved services and support from professionals, planners and policy-makers. You can find the Big Survey online at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/afmebigsurvey, and it’s open until Friday 2 August. It’s a long survey, and you have the option of saving it to come back to so you don’t have to do it all at once.
Young Scot are hosting a series of events in partnership with COSLA. These events aim to look at the ways that Young Scot can support your Local services for young people. In particular, we are showcasing our digital tools and the Smart technology contained in the Young Scot National Entitlement Card.
Young Scot are the youth information and citizenship charity for Scotland and provide a wide range of services for young people and Local Authorities. Many of the services that we already deliver across the country are linked to the health and wellbeing of young people. For example, several Authorities use the Young Scot National Entitlement Card to provide cashless catering for young people in receipt of free school meals, smart travel for targeted groups of young people or gym membership for care experienced young people.
These seminars have come from our conversations with Local Authority staff over the last few months. Young Scot works closely with Local Authorities across Scotland, mainly with youth work services. We know that now, more than ever, authorities and their key public sector partners need to be working efficiently and effectively, and we think Young Scot services can help.
Bookings for the free seminars are now live on Eventbrite. There are four events, North, South, East and West and we hope to see you at one of these.
Note that you do not need to attend the closest event. Each event will be similar but with different partner inputs – you are welcome to attend more than one, discussions are sure to be different each time.