Service Administrator - Aberdeen

Barnardo's Scotland
£11,877 - £13,921 per year
29 Jun 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Barnardo's Works started delivering rural skills training in the Cairngorms over seven years ago.  Over the last six years the service evolved into delivering employability provision in rural Aberdeenshire, and then Aberdeen, for the last three years.

 During this period the service has gained a wide range of experience in delivering a range of employability courses for young people age 16-24 years old.

The Tayside and North East Service now delivers Employability programmes across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Dundee, and Perth and Kinross.

 Barnardo's Works is a partnership delivered by Barnardo's Scotland and a variety of associated employers. It provides young people aged 18-24 with a unique blend of personal support and accredited training, matched with quality work experience and the opportunity for sustainable, independent employment. Barnardo's Works effectively addresses issues at the root of social exclusion and assists young people to overcome barriers such as homelessness and the impact of poverty. It gets the best deal for young people because it brings together partner agencies from all sectors.

These posts are subject to an enhanced check through Disclosure Scotland - PVG Scheme.

 Please see the attached job and person profile for the essential criteria for this role. When applying Please quotereference: SC1220617

 Closing date: 13/07/2017

 Interview date: TBC  

 At Barnardo's we believe in children. We are proud to hold the LGBT Youth Scotland Foundation level Charter Award as a mark of our inclusive practice.

Our purpose is to transform the lives of the UK's most vulnerable children and our vision is to realise Thomas Barnardo's dream of a world where no child is turned away from the help that they need.







See also:
Service Administrator Aberdeen North East Additional Info Service (2).docx
Service Administrator CS - GENERIC JD-PS 18A (18-21) - JE2011-005A.docx