We are currently recruiting for the following posts:
Inspiring Scotland is looking for a highly organised, confident, and friendly individual to provide excellent customer care to funded charities and lead the administrative functions of the Thrive Outdoors fund.Â This post is fixed term to 30th April 2022.Â This is a part time role 28 hours over 4 days a week which can be delivered flexibly on a fixed term basisÂ to 30th April 2022.
Inspiring Scotland is looking for a bright, confident, and friendly individual with a real passion to promote inclusivity to join the Autism and Learning Disabilities Team on a fixed term contract. This role will run from April 2021 till end of September 2021 with the possibility to extend.
The intern role will be an integral part of supporting Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Autism and Learning Disability portfolios. You will be curious, pragmatic, ready to learn, highly organised and able to express ideas.Â You will spend your time working between both teams, 2.5 days on Autism and 2.5 days on Learning Disability. Your fund focus may vary throughout the year as fund workload fluctuates.Â
We would welcome applications from people who identify as neurodiverse.
For more information, and for an informal chat, please contact Bee Vellacott email@example.com
The Business Process Manager will be responsible for day-to-day oversight of Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s fund processes. This includes management of different processes for fund development, monitoring, reporting and payment, charity and stakeholder engagement to ensure high quality delivery of fund management across the organisation.
They will work closely with the rest of the core operational team to support the Head of Funds and Head of Development and Partnerships deliver the annual operating plan. This role is for 35 hours a week which can be delivered flexibly, although ideally hours would cover the core times of 9.30/10am to 3-3.30pm 4 days a week.
Inspiring Scotland is now seeking applications for the Organised Outdoor Community Play Fund. Â Funded by the Scottish Government, it aims to support charities who provide organised outdoor play opportunities for children and families in Scotlandâ€™s most deprived communities. In 2020-21, the fund distributed ÂŁ380,000 across 23 play charities, reaching more than 5,000 children inRead More
IMPORTANT UPDATE On the 24th March 2021, the Scottish Government and COSLA issued a joint statement on the Delivering Equally Safe fund. The statement outlines a number of important changes to the fund which have come in with immediate effect. We understand that those who are intending to apply may have questions and we areRead More
This March to mark International Women’s Day, a group of Inspiring ScotlandÂ staff reflected on their own career experiences to prompt discussion, share stories and connect on all our individual experiences.Â We #ChooseToChallenge by sharing these reflections today. We posed these questions and prompts below: â€˘ How would you choose to challenge genderRead More