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Operations Lead

This is a new and exciting Senior Management role. As Edinburgh Food Project go through a period of change, you will be responsible for operational management, planning and compliance of our growing  client services.

The successful candidate will  be passionate about supporting an organisation that provides all-round support to the community and vulnerable people in need. They will bring significant service management experience at a senior manager level and be experienced at managing a diverse team of people and leading during a time of change. In addition, they will have excellent communication and organisational skills. They will be hands on and proactive and willing to be part of a small but supportive team, working closely with the Director to ensure the sustainability of the organisation.

Contract: Permanent contract

Hours: Negotiable

Work Pattern: Monday – Friday 09:00-17:00 (start and finish times are flexible)

Salary: £32,000-£38,000

FUNDRAISING LEAD

This is a new and exciting Senior Management role. As Edinburgh Food Project go through a period of change you will oversee and develop all areas of the fundraising operations in the organisation.

The successful candidate will  be passionate about supporting an organisation that provides all-round support to the community and vulnerable people in need. They will be able to demonstrate experience of all aspects of fundraising and management, as well as achieving targets and managing a portfolio of funders and supporters. They will be hands on and proactive and willing to be part of a small but supportive team, working closely with the Director to ensure the sustainability of the organisation.

Contract: Permanent contract

Hours: Negotiable

Work Pattern: Monday – Friday 09:00-17:00 (start and finish times are flexible)

Salary: £32,000-£38,000

Benefits / Debt Adviser

Working within the Money Advice Service, the role of Benefits, Budget & Debt Adviser supports clients with a range of debt (and related) issues, providing advice and information in person, via email and on the phone.

The successful candidate will use independent information sources and internal tools available to provide holistic debt and/or benefits advice, reviewing and translating complex information to clients to ensure they understand the options available to them.

To be successful, you will have recent experience of delivering generalist advice on a wide range of topics, such as debt, housing and welfare, in line with the Scottish National Standards. In additional you will excellent communication and IT skills and have the ability to analyse, interpret and record information to the required quality standards.

Contract: Permanent contract

Hours: Negotiable

Work Pattern: Monday – Friday 09:00-17:00 (start and finish times are flexible)

Salary: £23,000 – £28,000