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Employment Focus - 01 December
Roar Connections for Life
Roar require an appropriately experienced Project Worker to work as part of the team to support our Frailty and Falls Prevention Programme. The successful candidate will have a experience of working with older adults preferably within the health and social care sector, with a good understanding of how it links with the wider voluntary, private enterprise and community sectors.
Business and Operations Manager
Roar require an appropriately capable, enthusiastic, solution-focussed Business and Operations Manager to manage and monitor the daily activities of the organisation and implement change to maximise quality, efficiency, productivity and safety while delivering the best outcomes for older people.
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- Renfrewshire Community Transport - Your Input Matters!
- Scotland's COVID-19 Enquiry
- World Spirit Theatre - Wheel of Fortune - 04 December
- The Wise Group - Coffee Morning - 13 December
- Dates-n-Mates December Events
Renfrewshire Community Transport is an exciting, emerging new initiative, and we want to understand how this service could best support you and your organisation.
If you or members of your group use local transport to attend activities and appointments or if your organisation requires to hire buses from time to time we're sure that letting us know will be worth your while!
Please take a moment to fill out these two brief surveys linked below - it will only take 5 minutes—tops! There’s one for group activities and one for individual needs.
The survey will close midday Wednesday 20 December
The Board of Directors, Renfrewshire Community Transport
The Let's Be Heard platform is where people can share their experiences with the Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry.
The website has tools and resources to help you to do this, including: forms, guidance for groups, Easy Read resources, materials for children, and translations into different languages.
This stage of Let’s Be Heard will run until 20 December 2023.
Join us on the evening of Monday 4th December 2023 at The Tannahill Centre for a forum theatre play about the U.K. immigration system, integration & life.
Scan the QR code on the poster or follow the link below to book your seat:
The Wise Group is hosting a “Coffee morning” which is taking place at our office, Studio 64, Sir JAMES Clark Building, Abbey Mill Business Centre, Paisley on Wednesday 13 December 2023 from 10am-12.30pm.
Recognising the increased financial difficulties that many find themselves facing due to spiralling energy, food and travel costs we are hosting a the “Coffee morning”” where experts in income maximisation, home energy and employability will all be in attendance to offer their support and advice to everyone who comes along. This will include:
- Benefits health check – ensuring people are receiving all benefits they are entitled to.
- Home energy advice – help with pre-payment meters and advice on saving money on bills
- Employability – assistance with everything from writing your CV, help with skills and qualifications and finding work/becoming self-employed.
Expert advice will be provided by:
- Social Security Scotland
- The Wise Group’s Energy Advice & Advocacy colleagues and Fair Start Scotland team.