We're seeking an individual to join the University Research Integrity Committee (URIC) as an independent external member. While the role is open to any disciplinary background and any type of professional experience, you should have experience of ethical matters.
VTO provides free one to one tuition to children and young people in Scotland who face significant social and economic barriers to their education. We inspire achievement and build confidence by engaging trained volunteer tutors to work with children on a one-to-one basis so that they can get the most out of
Become a vital part of a community project by joining the board and helping with all aspects of how the charity is run.
You'll make a real difference to the families who we are working with, helping them to overcome the challenges they are facing. Working alongside a core team of staff and committed volunteers, you will play an important role in the strategic direction of the organisation.
We are looking for someone with basic book-keeping / accountancy skills to help us keep track of our income and expenditure on a month by month basis. It is not the most glamorous job but it is essential, and you can work independently or as part of a team.
We're looking for an organised and articulate person to help to manage our donor relationships. It's a job you can do almost completely independently from home - and is crucial to the success of our wee charity!
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) required for sessions with women from the Kurdish Turkish Alevi Cultural Centre in Niddrie, Edinburgh.
This role involves carrying out experience-led research exploring eating disorders in men. You will be part of a small team of people with lived experience of eating disorders, whose tasks will include designing research methods, collecting and analysing data, and presenting the findings.
You will become a member of our close and dedicated team at CHAI providing help and advice for mental health and addiction services as part of the Income Maximisation and Advice team. You will require some tenacity and want to commit to actively solve problems as part of a team.
Maximise! is a joint project between CHAI and Children 1st. Maximise! addresses the financial and social pressures on families across all schools in Edinburgh but has a particular focus on Care Experienced children and families. We are seeking an Advice & Admin volunteer to develop with our growing service.
Comradeship Circles offer older members of the ex-service community the opportunity to enjoy regular group camaraderie by telephone. As a Facilitator volunteer you will ensure all members are included in these discussions and keep the conversation flowing.
The role can be mostly done remotely with reports compiled either by interview and/or attending events.
Comradeship Circles offer older members of the ex-service community the opportunity to enjoy regular group camaraderie by telephone. As a technical support volunteer you will ensure the smooth running of the Comradeship Circle by connecting veterans to the call and resolving any technical issues.
A wonderful opportunity to work with a highly motivated fundraising team, organising fun events to raise money for St Columba's Hospice. Ideal for an event management student, or someone who loves being creative, enjoys being with people and is organised and enthusiastic.
Perhaps you don’t want to commit to an on-going role - our volunteer roles usually run from September to December and there is flexibility for you to take on as many or as few hour per week as you wish. Don’t worry if you haven’t done anything like this before. Full training will be given.
Do you love Classical Music? Alzheimer Scotland has a partnership with Scottish Chamber Orchestra and as part of this we are the beneficiary of their New Year Gala concerts. We are looking for volunteers to help with a bucket collection at each venue.
The Women's Group is a lively bunch of women who come together weekly at the Wester Hailes Healthy Living Centre. We are looking for a volunteer to support our facilitator.
Our treasurer will be part of a dynamic team providing support to girl guiding in Edinburgh. If you wish to make a difference to the lives of thousands of young girls in Edinburgh join us. Working closely with the other trustees the role involves producing accounts, managing funds and having fun.
Keep your media skills current by helping us to use social media to contact men in the community.
Are you interested in textile and fashion sustainability? Would you like to help engage others in these issues? We currently run film screenings and direct clothes swaps but would like to run some more events of your choosing! We would also like some people to help us create content to help engage others