Relationships Scotland is the largest provider of relationship counselling in the country and is the sister organisation of Relate. We support the provision of Counselling, Family Mediation and Child Contact Centres through a network of 21 Member Services across Scotland.
Hours: 18hrs per week (to be extended to 30hrs per week)
Salary: £9,638.23 (to increase to £16,063.71 – £17,386.29 on 30hrs per week)
Relationships Scotland FM Tayside and Fife are looking to recruit an Administrative Assistant. The post will be based in Dundee and the post holder will be accountable for the delivery of professional administrative and clerical support for our service. Additional hours will be offered from 01 July 2021.
For further details and an application pack, please contact us on 01382 201343 or e-mail email@example.com. Closing date for applications is 9am, 16 April 2021.
Relationships Scotland FM Tayside and Fife is a registered charity, and aims to be an equal opportunities employer
Scottish Charity No. SC008471
Bright Light Relationship Counselling – Counselling Practice Manager
Contract: 30 hours per week. Permanent. Offer of post is subject to a successful 6-month probationary period and PVG clearance.
Remuneration: £34,000 pro rata. 5% pension contribution.
Holiday Entitlement: 5 weeks holiday plus eight public holidays pro rata.
Reporting: Direct report to the CEO and Board of Trustees.
Place of work: Currently working remotely home based due to current Covid-19 restrictions but may change to a central Edinburgh location in the future.
Delivery Model: Management of our current Zoom Pro and Phone Counselling service and, when resumed, our face-to-face counselling service.
Closing date for receipt of applications is Midnight 12th April. Bright Light reserves the right to close to applications earlier if sufficient response received.
Join our Team – Bright Light Relationship Counselling
Remote Counselling working opportunity – Home Based, living anywhere in Scotland, delivering individual and couple relationship counselling via Zoom and/or phone.
Bright Light continues to grow to meet the ever increasing demands on our service, Covid-19 has significantly
increased the number of people seeking our help and we need to be able to offer therapeutic support as quickly
as we can. To do this we want to recruit more self-employed qualified counsellors and intake workers to start as
soon as possible.
In particular we are looking for relationship counsellors but we would like to hear from you if you have additional
areas of speciality. You will be paid as a self-employed sessional counsellor and receive increments for working
evenings and weekends. In return you will have access to full admin support including managing all client
appointments, group supervision, access to our and RS CPD programmes, clinical support from our Counselling
Practice Manager, and regular video group counsellor meetings.
Interested? Please email Julie with any queries, or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bright Light Relationship Counselling has been providing professional counselling for over 73 years. Our counselling is non-judgemental, our charity is committed to and promotes diversity and equality. We strive to deliver a high quality safe confidential professional service for all our clients, are COSCA registered/accredited and proud to be a member of the Scotland-wide Relationships Scotland network.
Bright Light, 9A Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QG www.bright-light.org.uk 0131 556 1527