Third Sector Vacancies

Find full or part-time third sector jobs in the North East of Scotland here. If you would like to advertise a vacancy in your organisation, please complete this form.

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Alcohol and Drugs Action

Board Member 3 year term, Non-remunerated position

ADA is an award-winning charity, delivering specialist services to reduce harms and promote recovery of individuals and families affected by alcohol and drugs in NE Scotland.

Applications are welcomed from people with lived experience who have been affected by alcohol and drug issues as well as from candidates who have governance experience and/or expertise at board or senior management level in their field.

Time commitment for board members is an average of 6 hours per month for attendance at board and subgroup meetings.  Meetings are in person with remote access as required.

No closing date - applications welcome on an ongoing basis

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Aberdeen Sports Village

Non-Executive Director, Non-remunerated position

Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) is a charitable partnership between the University of Aberdeen and Aberdeen City Council. ASV encourages individuals to join sporting clubs, groups, or participate in any form of exercise, ultimately leading to improved well-being. Its aim is to encourage people of all ages and abilities to utilise their exceptional facilities, which cater to diverse needs and expectations, while creating a culture in which employees feel proud and motivated.

As a Non-Executive Director, you will collaborate with fellow Board Members to govern and steer the affairs of Aberdeen Sports Village, ensuring effective leadership and management. Your role entails bringing forth your passion, energy, and innovative ideas to strategically drive the organisation forward.

Closes 12pm, 11th July.

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GCRA

Funding Coordinator, 16 hrs pwk, one year fixed term, £13,312

GCRA is a patient led charity which runs Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise classes in Grampian. This role will include identifying appropriate funding sources, maintaining a calendar of grant application deadlines,, writing compelling cases for support, supporting the administration of post-award grants, completing funding reports, establishing and building positive relationships with appropriate local agencies and organisations and promoting positive and effective internal and external communications.

 Send a cover letter and CV outlining your professional background and any relevant experience you have that would enable you to successfully carry out the main tasks and responsibilities of this role.

Closes 5pm, 24th June

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GCRA

Marketing & Services Coordinator, 24 hrs pwk, one year fixed term, £19,968

GCRA is a patient led charity which runs Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise classes in Grampian. You will coordinate the network of specialist exercise classes throughout Grampian, liaise with class instructors, the Administrator, venues & members as required; carry out research with the aim of identifying where there may be new need for specialist exercise classes; set up new specialist exercise classes where there is an identified need; promote community-based specialist exercise classes through the creation and distribution of online and offline promotional materials; deliver presentations to community groups and agencies to increase awareness; establish and build partnerships with appropriate local agencies and organisations and support and promote positive and effective internal and external communications.

 Send a cover letter and CV outlining your professional background and any relevant experience you have that would enable you to successfully carry out the main tasks and responsibilities of this role.

Closes 5pm, 24th June

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South West Aberdeenshire Citizens Advice Bureau

Triage Officer, 21 hrs pwk, fixed term to 31/3/25, £26,917 pro rata

South West Aberdeenshire Citizens Advice Bureau is based in Westhill, provides holistic advice and support to local people

These roles are designed to help individuals across Aberdeenshire during ongoing times of stress and uncertainty by offering timely, effective and targeted support, whilst allowing bureau to effectively manage resource and performance, whilst creating positive impact. Triage support service aims to assess client need at the
earliest opportunity, effectively prioritising support and allowing more effective
appointment/resource management.
Triage is important to the advice service where people are looking for reassurance and advice about their issues but are unsure or unable to move forward by themselves. Due to the complexity of many of our clients’ needs and issues, triage assessment is imperative to ensure our clients are properly and timeously dealt with and facilitates the flow across our
services.

Email for recruitment pack.

Closes 4pm, 26th June

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Montrose Community Trust

Chief Executive Officer, 36 hrs pwk, permanent, circa £40,000

We are seeking a visionary leader to join Montrose Community Trust as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). This pivotal role involves developing strategic direction, securing diverse funding streams, and fostering key partnerships to drive MCT forward.

You will develop and implement MCT’s strategic plan in alignment with the charity’s mission and vision; drive fundraising efforts and secure funding from diverse sources to support MCT’s programmes; build and maintain strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, including local authorities, football organisations, and other relevant entities; lead and inspire a dedicated team, fostering a positive and productive work environment; represent MCT at events and meetings, advocating for the charity’s mission and values.

The ideal candidate will possess a deep passion for community development and the skills necessary to lead MCT into a successful future. The CEO will be instrumental in shaping the organisation's strategic vision and ensuring its sustainability.

Closes 11:59pm, 3rd July