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Employment Focus - 14 July

Engage Renfrewshire
Senior Finance Officer (PT)
Engage Renfrewshire is recruiting for an experienced Senior Finance Officer to join their friendly team. 
The role would suit a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual familiar with Bookkeeping, Year-End Processing, Account Reconciliation, and Sage Package. Engage Renfrewshire offers flexible working, as well as a generous annual leave package, and Work Place Pension. If you are searching for a new challenge, working closely with Third Sector Organisations throughout Renfrewshire - this could be the role for you. 

As a result of the forthcoming retirement of our present CEO, RAMH are seeking to appoint an inspirational and dynamic leader to continue to drive the organisation forward.

Human Resources Officer 
As a generalist HR role, you will take the lead on all aspects of the employee life cycle, as well as taking an active role in supporting the development of the RAMH ‘Our People’ strategy within the organisation’s strategic plan. The HR Officer is directly responsible to the Head of Operations, ensuring that timeous reports and any HR-related issues/concerns are actioned without delay.

Various roles - Community Link Worker, Recovery Support Workers, Sessional Support Workers
Work for us and promote recovery from mental ill health, empowering people to build independent fulfilled lives.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS)
Board Members
Ministers are looking to appoint Members to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) Board. Working alongside the Service’s Strategic Leadership Team, you will provide independent scrutiny, insight and support to ensure the best results are achieved. We are particularly looking for individuals with proven experience in, or oversight of, leading change in service delivery. These roles require commitment and energy, offering a unique opportunity to help build a safer, stronger and more resilient Scotland. 
We are also running a virtual information event on 20 July 2023, using Microsoft Teams and you can reserve a place through Eventbrite.  We will also be holding a face to face information event at our National Headquarters, Westburn Drive, Cambuslang, G72 7NA on 27 July 2023 and you can also reserve a place for this through Eventbrite

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


Support for Individuals

What's on information for asylum seekers and refugees

Scottish Recovery Network Newsletter

In partnership, Scottish Recovery Network, United to Prevent Suicide and the Suicide Prevention Scotland Lived Experience Panel have created 2 new guides to support people to share & gather lived experiences of suicide in a safe & supported way. Download the guides here

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Time Space Compassion Newsletter Summer 2023


Cares Conference 2023

Join Local Energy Scotland on Tuesday 19 September in central Glasgow to find out how communities can take action on renewable energy with the support of the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES).

Plenary sessions will look at organisations and communities that are taking innovative steps to community engagement, as well as those that are working to decarbonise heat. Gillian Martin MSP, Minister for Energy and the Environment, will deliver the keynote speech. You’ll also hear inspirational case studies as well as the policy behind the action.

In the afternoon, practical workshop sessions will help you understand what knowledge, skills and actions you might need to develop your community renewable energy projects.

Be inspired and find out what your community can do as we transition to net zero.

Find out more


Let's Be Heard - Sharing Scotland's COVID Experience

The Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry has launched its listening project, Let’s Be Heard: Sharing Scotland’s COVID Experience. We are keen to ensure that the views of the people of Renfrewshire are represented

Let’s Be Heard is inviting everyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland to share their experiences with the Inquiry. By hearing directly from people across the country, the Inquiry can better understand how the pandemic impacted our lives and communities. This will help Scotland to learn important lessons for the future. 

Let's be Heard Information Sheet


Kairos Women+ Summer Programme

Our Summer Programme is live!

You can access it on our website: https://kairoswomen.org/ or pop by for a visit to pick up some physical copies. You can also sign up for our quarterly newsletter if you want to find out more about what's going on at Kairos by scrolling to the bottom of the homepage.
We launched our Community Survey this week and we need your help to promote it in your networks! The purpose of the survey is to collect ideas for our future delivery and understand how women+’s lives are just now.
Here’s the link: https://bit.ly/Community_Survey_2023

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