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We are recruiting for two Performance and Impact Advisors

We are currently recruiting for two Performance and Impact Advisor positions to work on different fund programmes. You are welcome to apply for both roles with one CV and equal opportunity monitoring form. However, you may wish to provide two supporting statements.

Please tell us clearly in your covering email if you want to be considered for either:

  • Full-time Performance and Impact Advisor – Supporting Equality and Human Rights, or
  • 0.8 FTE Performance and Impact Advisor – Delivering Equally Safe or,
  • Both positions.

Salary will be £28,000 – £32,000 FTE for both roles

Please note that applications will be accepted from women only for the PIA Delivering Equally Safe Fund position under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

All applications should be submitted by midday on Wednesday 16th December, with interviews to be held between Wednesday 6th and Friday 8th January 2021. Details for each role are below.

Performance and Impact Advisor – Supporting Equality and Human Rights

We are currently recruiting a full-time (35 hours) Performance and Impact Advisor to support charities funded through Scottish Governments Promoting Equality and Cohesion Fund (PECF) to effectively deliver and report on funded projects.

Click here to view the downloadable job pack.

As a critical friend you will oversee project payments and monitoring and coordinate additional capacity building support. You will support Fund Managers by helping to co-ordinate learning from funded projects, facilitate peer support opportunities, support new Fund development and wider sector development.

Over the next year the PECF fund will become part of a new programme currently called Supporting Equality and Human Rights (SEHR). The Performance and Impact Advisor will contribute to support for applicants and the assessment process for the Supporting Equality and Human Rights (SEHR) programme, continuing their role managing a caseload of funded charities when new funding commences in October 2021.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with programme management experience to work directly with a range of essential charities supporting their innovation, development, and performance.

You will be contributing to an exciting new Scottish Government programme that has ambitions to support the creation of an inclusive Scotland, free from unlawful discrimination and which protects and realises the human rights of everyone.

To apply, please send to ehrenquiries@inspiringscotland.org.uk

  • your CV with two references
  • a supporting statement outlining relevant skills and experience and personal attributes needed to deliver the role. Please refer to the person specification when completing your supporting statement.
  • a completed equal opportunities monitoring form

All applications should be submitted by midday on Wednesday 16th December.

Performance and Impact Advisor – Delivering Equally Safe

 

We are currently recruiting a 0.8FTE (28 hours) Performance and Impact Advisor to support charities funded through Scottish Government’s Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) and Rape Crisis Specific Funds to effectively deliver and report on funded projects.

Click here to view the downloadable job pack.

As a critical friend you will oversee project payments and monitoring and coordinate additional capacity building support. You will support Fund Managers by helping to co-ordinate learning from funded projects, facilitate peer support opportunities, support new Fund development and wider sector development.

Over the next year the VAWG and Rape Crisis Specific Funds will evolve to a new programme called Delivering Equally Safe. The Performance and Impact Advisor will contribute to support for applicants and the assessment process for Delivering Equally Safe, continuing their role managing a caseload of funded charities when new funding commences in October 2021.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with programme management experience to work directly with a range of essential charities supporting their innovation, development, and performance.

You will be contributing to an exciting new programme that is at the forefront of Scottish Government and COSLAs ambitions to prevent and eradicate all forms of violence against women and girls in Scotland. 

  To apply, please send to ehrenquiries@inspiringscotland.org.uk

  • your CV with two references
  • a supporting statement outlining relevant skills and experience and personal attributes needed to deliver the role. Please refer to the person specification when completing your supporting statement.
  • a completed equal opportunities monitoring form

All applications should be submitted by midday on Wednesday 16th December.

Please note that applications will be accepted from women only for the PIA Delivering Equally Safe Fund position under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

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