Miscarriage Information Support Service (MISS) SCIO
Miscarriage Information Support Service (MISS) is offering a rewarding and exciting opportunity for a Secretary to join the Board. This role plays a crucial part within MISS and makes a meaningful difference to people who have had a miscarriage, helping to achieve their goal of supporting women and men after an early pregnancy loss and onto their next pregnancy.
As Secretary, your role is to provide assistance and support to the Chairperson and Board of Trustees within the charity.
Key Tasks include:
*Responsible for the MISS generic email. Responding to enquiries and or forwarding onto other members of the MISS team.
*Minute and note taking ensuring good governance.
*Supporting MISS with administration tasks.
*Producing agendas and supporting with meeting preparations.
When you join the MISS charity, you are gaining a unique opportunity to make a difference in your community and raise awareness. You will be working with a team of passionate people who really care about the mental health and wellbeing of our members, and who want to make a positive and lasting difference for local families.
Being part of a growing team offers the opportunity for real variety in your day-to-day work and the development of your role.
For more information please contact Emma Rae, Chairperson of MISS at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information and details of MISS are also available at our website at: https://miss-support.org.uk
OPAL: East Dunbartonshire’s Information Line is a free information service for residents of East Dunbartonshire. OPAL helps people get the information/support they need and to access local services vital to both their mental/physical health and wellbeing.
By assisting with the coordination of OPAL’s social media activities, you will be raising awareness of the service and helping us reach people who need help and support, but don’t know where to get it. Although our social media channels are well established, we feel we do not utilize these tools to their full capacity. We are keen to work with someone who is interested in this area and in return for your time, we will offer you the chance to showcase your skills and develop new approaches to promoting the organisation digitally.
There will also be opportunities for training, networking, and other tasks related to OPAL but most importantly you will be working alongside skilled OPAL Advisers, helping you develop your skills and knowledge on a range of topics.
What would you be doing?:
• Maintain communications those fundraising in aid of Pain Concern and provide support
• With support, help to plan and deliver events and activities to raise funds and awareness
• Send out fundraising packs
• Liaise with Media Team for publicising fundraisers and events
• Maintain a list of fundraising opportunities such as walks and marathons
• Help develop and maintain the fundraising section of Pain Concern’s website
• Research opportunities to promote community fundraising
• Develop links with local businesses
• Research and organise local fundraising events
• Recruit community fundraisers to support events in their area
• Represent Pain Concern at events
• Maintain a database of contact and other ad hoc admin support for the team as required
What you would be doing?:
• Preparation and packing of orders
• Dispatching information leaflets and magazines to individuals and organisations
• Dispatching boxes of information leaflets to clinics and exhibitions
• Dispatching fundraising letters
• Dealing with email correspondence
• Answering and recording client enquiries
• Recording stock in and out
• Maintain accurate stock data base(s)
• Follow health and safety policies and procedures and be proactive in supporting a positive health and safety culture.
• Liaise with appropriate members of staff
What you would be doing?:
• Help develop social media campaigns and day-to-day activities;
• Manage presence in social networking including Facebook & Twitter;
• Prepare graphics for sharing across channels
• Monitor the impact of social media campaigns; Analyse, review and report on effectiveness of campaigns in an effort to maximize the charity’s reach.
• Scheduling and posting social media content
• Capture and report on monthly data from across all social media platforms
What you would be doing:
• Support with the creation and upload of content and images to the website
• Assist in the development of the charity’s website
• Conduct keyword research and web stat reporting
• Monitor online content ensuring the copy and content is accurate and positioned correctly.
What you would be doing?:
You will be part of a team, editing, writing and commissioning content for the magazine, newsletter, website, leaflets, etc. of Pain Concern. The editorial jobs involved in converting text to publication include:
• Editing transcripts of interviews to produce copy ready for publication.
• Working with authors, advisers and designers
• Proof reading
• Permissions and acknowledgements
• Indexing and working with indexers
• Bibliographical references
• Corrections and maintaining an archive
• Researching information about pain and related topics
The Carrick Centre is a community facility incorporating a modern church, soft play area and youth wing. Its purpose is to be at the heart of the community with values of inclusiveness and openness.
We are currently looking for volunteer support to assist with promoting and marketing the Centre. Volunteers must have basic skills in these area and we would prefer someone who is able to work independently and is creative in their approach.
We have several areas that need support - marketing the Centre as a conference and letting facility as well as marketing the cafe and catering functions.
· Preparation and packing of orders
· Dispatching information leaflets and magazines to individuals and organisations
· Dispatching boxes of information leaflets to clinics and exhibitions
· Dispatching fundraising letters
· Dealing with email correspondence
· Answering and recording client enquiries
· Recording stock in and out
· Maintain accurate stock data base(s)
· Follow health and safety policies and procedures and be proactive in supporting a positive health and safety culture.
· Liaise with appropriate members of staff
Established in 2018, Moray Rape Crisis provides therapeutic support, information and advocacy for children, young people and adults of all genders, aged 11 and over, in the Moray area, who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives, including rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. We also work directly with young people in schools and youth settings, and with strategic partners, towards preventing sexual violence.
We are seeking motivated Trustees to help govern our growing and developing service in Moray.
Working to intersectional feminist values, we are seeking a diverse range of women with a commitment to the work we do across Moray. We are particularly interested in applicants from less represented groups, and those with knowledge and experience of governance, strategy, HR and finance. We would also welcome candidates with a future interest in taking on the role of the Co-Chair.
Please note only women need apply under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality
We are committed to a becoming a diverse organization, and
particularly welcome applications from women of colour and LGBTI
Recruitment packs are available to download on our website where you can find further information about being a Trustee at Moray Rape Crisis.