Cyrenians are working to launch their new social enterprise café, based at Arnotdale House in Dollar Park, Falkirk, and are currently recruiting the following positions: 2 Chefs (37 hours and 20 hours per week, with a salary of £24,446 – £26,857 (pro rata) plus pension) and 2 Café Assistants (37 hours and 20 hours per week, with a salary of £17,316 (pro rata) plus pension). The closing date for all applications is 12pm on Monday 1st July.
Relationships Scotland – Couple Counselling Centre is recruiting a new manager, due to current manager May Chamberlain’s retirement over the summer. The position is 28 hours per week (with some flexible working required), with a salary of £34,000 (pro rata) per annum. The deadline for applications is Friday 21st June.
Denny and Dunipace Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) are currently recruiting a Financial Inclusion Outreach and Education Worker. The position is 34 hours per week, with a salary of £23,782 per annum and a fixed term contract of one year. The deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 19th June.
Penumbra is currently recruiting a Recovery Worker based in Falkirk. The position is 36.25 hours per week, and is a temporary position (covering maternity leave), with a salary of £17,255 – £17,864 per annum. The deadline for applications is Tuesday 18th June.
Children in Scotland (CIS) is looking for 2 young people aged 18 – 26 years to join its Board of Directors. The 2 new directors will take an active role in making decisions about Children in Scotland’s work, and will strengthen the links between the board and CIS’ children and young people’s advisory group, Changing Our World. The Board meets 5 times per year, mainly in Edinburgh; this includes the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in November each year.
The next meeting of the Third Sector Safer Communities Forum will be Wednesday 17th July, 10am – 12pm at the CVS Falkirk office, Unit 6, Callendar Business Park, Callendar Road, Falkirk, FK1 1XR.
Scotland’s Regeneration Forum (SURF) have announced that the 2019 SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration (delivered in partnership with Scottish Government), are now open for applications. The awards aim to recognise and reward best practice and innovation in community regeneration, and highlight the role that regeneration projects have in improving the wellbeing of individuals and communities. The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 2nd September.
With the Our Place programme in Camelon coming to the end of its fifth and final year, the Our Place team at Community Enterprise are keen to identify changes taking place within the community. The team believes that the most important point is to record what local people think. As such, they plan to engage with Camelon in a several ways, including a short online community survey.
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are holding their summer event on Saturday 20th July, 12pm – 3pm at the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Wood Street, Grangemouth, FK3 8LH. “Jupiter’s Summer Extravaganza” also celebrates 50 years of TCV with activities and refreshments, and everyone is welcome.
The Scottish Ambulance Service are holding 2 upcoming feedback events on new vehicles the Service is considering purchasing for their A&E Service. The events will take place on Wednesday 3rd July (focusing on the A&E Service) and Wednesday 31st July (based around the Patient Transport Service). Both events will be 9:30am – 3pm at the Falkirk Community Ambulance Station, Grangemouth Road, Falkirk, FK2 9AA.