The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are currently recruiting for a Senior Project Officer, based in Stirling and Camelon as part of the Camelon Community Action in Nature (Camelon CAN) project. The position is 28 hours per week, with a salary is £19,500 – £21,500 (pro – rata), starting in December 2018, with a fixed term until December 2020. The deadline for applications is 12pm on Wednesday 24th October.
Kingdom Support and Care (KSC) are currently recruiting for Support Workers in Slamannan, Falkirk. The position £8.75 – £8.97 per hour (plus a payment of £70 per sleepover shift), based in Slamannan, with various shift patterns.
Falkirk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is currently recruiting for a Welfare Benefits Officer. The position is 35 hours per week, with a salary of £23,232 per annum, with a fixed term contract until Sunday 31st March 2019. The successful candidate will work as part of the Falkirk Area Welfare Benefits Advice Support Unit. The deadline for applications is Monday 22nd October.
CommonHealth and their partners are holding an impact management event, “Impact and Evaluation in the Third Sector: Making It Meaningful,” on Tuesday 6th November at the Big Lottery office in Pacific House, 70 Wellington Street, Glasgow, G2 6UA.Registration will be from 10:30am. Lunch is included.
My name is Scott Malcolm, and I am delighted to have taken up the post of Development Officer with CVS Falkirk, and will be carrying on David’s good work with facilitating the forums. I would like to remind everyone of the upcoming forum dates, times and locations before the end of the year.
Police Scotland have issued information on fake TV licensing refund scams. There has been a recent increase in fake TV licensing refund scams via email. The email usually states that the refund cannot be processed due to “invalid account details”, and provides links which lead to phishing websites designed to steal personal and financial details.
Seagull Trust Cruises will be holding Santa Cruises in December, travelling from the Jubilee Lock at the Falkirk Wheel to Bonnybridge on: Saturday 8th December, Sunday 9th December, Saturday 15th December, and Sunday 16th December. The cruises will run 3 times per day at 10:30am, 12pm and 2pm. Tickets are £15 per child with one adult each free, and includes a mince pie, a drink and a present from Santa to every child.
The next allied health professionals (AHP) dementia event will take place on Monday 3rd December in the Learning Centre at Stirling Care Village, Livilands Gate, Stirling, FK8 2AU. There will be both a lunchtime seminar (running 12pm – 1:30pm) and an afternoon workshop, 1:45pm – 4pm.
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS) are holding 5 regional engagement events throughout November on No Life Half Lived, their new organisational vision: Thursday 8th November in Edinburgh, Tuesday 13th November in Glasgow, Thursday 15th November in Aberdeen, Wednesday 21st November in Dundee and Thursday 22nd November in Inverness.
Alzheimer Scotland is launching a new dementia café on Wednesday 31st October, 10am – 12pm at the Richmond Park Hotel, 26 Linlithgow Road, Bo’ness, EH51 0DN. The café will provide people living with dementia in any way the opportunity to meet others dealing with the same experiences, and aims to provide information and support in a relaxed environment.