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Engage Update - Employment Focus - 29 April
Engage Update - Employment Focus - 29 April

Engage Update - Employment Focus - 29 April

29/04/2022


Vacancies

Engage Renfrewshire -  Finance Officer PT
The role would suit a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual familiar with Year-End Processing, Account Reconciliation, and Sage Payroll Package. Engage Renfrewshire offers flexible working, as well as a generous annual leave package, and Work Place Pension.

Engage Renfrewshire - Trainee Accounts Assistance
With full training and guidance provided as part of an on-going training plan, the role will provide a solid foundation in charity accounts and finance

Renfrewshire Health & Social Care Partnership Vacancies
Current vacancies include Nursing, Administration, Social Care and Senior Health Professional Roles

Lochwinnoch Community Development Trust - Development Officer
A good opportunity for someone to come in and shape the role, with lots of exciting projects afoot. For further information open the link below. PLEASE NOTE THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MONDAY 02 MAY.


BAME Outreach and Development Officer
The post holder will lead and inspire partners to support Boots & Beards vision of connecting BAME communities with the Scottish outdoors. This will include creating and developing effective partnerships, maintaining internal relationships, whilst ensuring the development and delivery of appropriate programmes and projects against Boots & Beards corporate plan. For further details on the position and how to apply, please feel free to get in touch with the team on info@bootsandbeards.co.uk

 

RAMH Crisis Support Worker
You will support the Senior Crisis Support workers in the assessment, intervention and resolution of crisis situations.  You will be directed by the Senior Workers in follow up support and interventions for individuals, working in a small team.

 

RIG Arts are hiring a residency artist for a 24 week (6 month) period commencing 13th June 2022 for the EVOLVE project in Seedhill, Paisley.
They are looking to work with an artist or creative practitioner who is interested in either interrogating historical or contemporary communities and/or narratives connected to Seedhill. We are keen to work with an artist/creative practitioner who will prioritise those histories and/or communities that include, or are of, Black and Brown people and/or People of Colour and/or other groups marginalised in the UK as a result of their ethnicity, religion or cultural heritage. Rate of pay: £303/day, for 2.5 days/week x 24 weeks PLUS materials costs to be spent via RIG Arts by request from the artist.

 

Kibble - Staff-in-Training Is Recruiting Now
We are in-search of people with life experience to become Child and Youth Care Workers. Through our Staff-in-Training course, candidates earn, achieve qualifications and gain real-life work experience, spending time with young people. Upon completion of the 12-month programme, the candidates are guaranteed an interview with Kibble to begin a new rewarding career.

 

Support for Individuals

POP! News 44
Artists seeking residencies, networking and freelance opportunities- this edition has plenty in store for you. Send in your news to oneren_arts@renfrewshire.gov.uk by 12 May for the next issue due out on 17 May 2022.

 

Support for Organisations

Police Scotland - Cyber Alert - Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attack

SCVO Digital Update

 

Fully Funded Learning Opportunities from the OU

Fully-funded online teaching courses for people working in Community Learning and Development (CLD)
Supported by the Scottish Government, we are offering a number of fully-funded places across our suite of 5 online teaching Microcredentials for people working or volunteering in Community Learning and Development (CLD) roles. These accredited courses will start in June 2022 and will run for 12 weeks.
The available courses will allow staff in the field to look at how they can deliver a more digitally accessible service while broadening their reach to more young people, adults, families and community groups. The skills and knowledge gained from the courses can be applied to a wide range of CLD contexts including youth work, community development, community building, adult learning.
 
Upskilling courses for career progression
We are also offering fully-funded places on 18 accredited Microcredentials in subjects such as business and management, leadership, sustainability and computing & IT. These courses are available at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and will give learners the skills they need to progress in their career.
They are open to people who are aged 18+ and resident in Scotland.
Applications for both funded programmes will close on 15 May 2022.

 

NHS Recruitment Team win award as search for new colleagues continue 

NHS human resources and recruitment teams have been honoured for their valuable input helping to significantly boost our health workforce to support efforts during the pandemic.

Recruitment website, s1jobs.com paid testament to HR teams across Scotland’s territorial and specialist boards for their efforts, picking up the Chairman’s Award at the firm’s recent awards ceremony.

Anne MacPherson, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, was on-hand to pick up the award on behalf of NHSScotland at a ceremony in Glasgow.

She said: “The coronavirus pandemic has been a challenge like no other and our teams across Scotland have gone the extra mile to find the right people to support our efforts. That has included contact tracing and COVID testing teams, to a veritable army of thousands of vaccinators, all helping us to win the battle against the virus.

“Throughout, we have also provided support to NHS Scotland’s workforce of more than 150,000 colleagues, as they have faced the most daunting period any of us can remember – and throughout, we have tried to remain as One NHS Family, working on behalf of our patients, their loved ones and the wider communities we serve.”

At points during the pandemic, teams were working seven days per week and it’s estimated that NHS Scotland HR and recruitment teams sifted just under one million applications, dealing at any one time with over 5,000 job vacancies.

Gavin Mochan, Managing Director of s1jobs.com described the HR and recruitment teams as ‘the heroes behind our carers’ and thanked the teams for their hard work, putting ‘patients before yourself.’

Anne, who is the Vice Chair of the NHS HRDs added: “We are continuing to grow our great community, across our sites and specialities and we have a number of open days in May planned for registered nurses who may want to work in our facilities, including Glasgow Royal Infirmary and our other main sites, where the recruitment days are taking place.

“The NHS in Scotland – and across Greater Glasgow and Clyde – remains a great place to work and I would encourage everyone to think about a career in our NHS family.”

For more information about registered nurse recruitment days, visit: https://apply.jobs.scot.nhs.uk/displayjob.aspx?isPreview=Yes&jobid=91317

 

Tenancy Sustainment for Survivors

SAY Women are currently offering Tenancy Sustainment sessions in Renfrewshire. To be eligible for this service the young person must meet the criteria; aged between 16-25, female/identifies as female, have been/are at risk of homelessness and have experienced sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault or other forms of MVAWG.

More details here