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Account Manager (Creative Agency)

Guru Resourcing Ltd

Edinburgh, Scotland
5 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
£24k - £28k Per Year
5 days ago
£24k - £28k Per Year
An Account Manager / Senior Account Executive, with design / marketing agency experience, is needed to join an independent creative agency based in Edinburgh. This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive (looking to step up) to make a real impact working on creative marketing campaigns for an impressive client list. 
 
Providing essential creative input to some top brands this creative agency has built a solid reputation and an impressive portfolio, across a number of disciplines (advertising, branding, direct marketing, digital, social media, corporate communications, print design, events and more). Due to continued success they are now seeking an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive to join their small, talented team. 
 
Joining as the Account Manager / Senior Account Executive you will be responsible for managing creative marketing campaigns and projects for a small number of key clients. On a day-to-day basis expect to build strong relationships with clients, develop and present proposals, write briefs, review and appraise creative and production materials, coordinate project schedules and budgets, explore new ideas and anything else necessary to ensure outstanding marketing campaigns and projects are delivered on time, every time. 
 
To qualify…You’ll need to be a friendly, approachable and highly organised Account Manager / Senior Account Executive / SAE / Account Exec / AM  / Creative Account Manager / Creative Project Manager or similar with a CV that demonstrates: 
  • Some experience in a similar Account Manager / Senior Account Exec role within an agency;
  • Experience of managing creative marketing campaigns across print and digital;
  • Knowledge of marketing communications;
  • Excellent project management and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects and work to tight deadlines;
  • A good eye for creative work with strong attention to detail;
  • Pro-active and solution orientated.
This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive looking to progress their career working for an exciting company. In return expect a lovely team, an excellent work life balance and a collaborative environment where you will have a real input in how things get done.  
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Account Manager (Creative Agency)

Guru Resourcing Ltd

Edinburgh, Scotland
5 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
£24k - £28k Per Year
5 days ago
£24k - £28k Per Year
An Account Manager / Senior Account Executive, with design / marketing agency experience, is needed to join an independent creative agency based in Edinburgh. This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive (looking to step up) to make a real impact working on creative marketing campaigns for an impressive client list. 
 
Providing essential creative input to some top brands this creative agency has built a solid reputation and an impressive portfolio, across a number of disciplines (advertising, branding, direct marketing, digital, social media, corporate communications, print design, events and more). Due to continued success they are now seeking an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive to join their small, talented team. 
 
Joining as the Account Manager / Senior Account Executive you will be responsible for managing creative marketing campaigns and projects for a small number of key clients. On a day-to-day basis expect to build strong relationships with clients, develop and present proposals, write briefs, review and appraise creative and production materials, coordinate project schedules and budgets, explore new ideas and anything else necessary to ensure outstanding marketing campaigns and projects are delivered on time, every time. 
 
To qualify…You’ll need to be a friendly, approachable and highly organised Account Manager / Senior Account Executive / SAE / Account Exec / AM  / Creative Account Manager / Creative Project Manager or similar with a CV that demonstrates: 
  • Some experience in a similar Account Manager / Senior Account Exec role within an agency;
  • Experience of managing creative marketing campaigns across print and digital;
  • Knowledge of marketing communications;
  • Excellent project management and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects and work to tight deadlines;
  • A good eye for creative work with strong attention to detail;
  • Pro-active and solution orientated.
This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive looking to progress their career working for an exciting company. In return expect a lovely team, an excellent work life balance and a collaborative environment where you will have a real input in how things get done.  
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Account Director

Applicant Services

Lothian, Scotland
6 days ago
Lothian, Scotland
£40k - £48k Per Year
6 days ago
£40k - £48k Per Year

Do you want to work in a fast-paced digital SEO environment? This experienced, professional, and creative digital agency are looking for an experienced Account Director to become a member of their commercially focused Client Services Team.

Account Director

£40,000 to £48,000

Edinburgh, Scotland

Our client is a performance marketing and technology agency for brands looking to challenge and create change in their markets. They are fiercely pragmatic and always committed to delivering relevant and engaging digital experiences. They do this through sharp strategic thinking, smart creative ideation and reliable execution in search, content, data, platforms, campaigns, marketing, and training.

About the job:

This role will own day-to-day relationships with some of their existing key clients and will be responsible for successfully onboarding new key wins.

  • You will be nurturing client relationships including at senior level, focusing on understanding their businesses, challenges and goals to maximise value based on the agency’s skillsets and experience.
  • Leading and delivering hands on strategic solutions profitably for the agency and ensuring a best-in-class service is provided to our clients.
  • The role carries responsibilities within the client services team across all their services including technical SEO, content, digital PR, creative campaigns, data analytics and CRO.
  • You will work closely with the CSD on revenue forecasting and delivery and play a key part in capturing client feedback and identifying & implementing improvements to client services delivery.

About you:

The successful candidate must have the relevant experience and confidence to hit the ground running from day one and be able to demonstrate the following skills and experience:

  • At least 5 years’ experience in client services, 3+ at Account Director level and with a proven track record in adding value to client accounts
  • Agency-side background is preferred & ideally within digital, providing SEO services
  • Outstanding commercial acumen
  • Capable of securing the expansion of business with current clients
  • Proven experience in nurturing client relationships and account growth
  • Ability to liaise with clients and partners of all seniority levels on a day-to-day basis
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple client accounts and prioritise tasks

Technical requirements

  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of digital marketing and associated technologies
  • 3 years minimum SEO experience within technical, content, and digital PR
  • A detailed knowledge of SEO best practice and ability to confidently explain tactics and strategies to clients
  • Experience of working with Analytics technologies such as Adobe or Google preferred

How to apply for the Account Director job

If you have the skills and experience required for this Account Director job, just click “apply” today and watch out for an email giving you more information on how to tailor your application and provide a cover letter or any other supporting documents you may have.

Whilst all staff are currently working remotely, due to their office locations, Cardiff or Edinburgh based is preferred.

You must be eligible to work in the UK.

Suitable skills and experience include:  Account Director, Account Manager, Management, Marketing Account Director, Digital Account Director, Client Account Director, Key Account Manager, Client Services Manager, Media Account Director,

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Front End Developer

Cathcart Associates

Edinburgh, Scotland
3 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
£30k - £40k Per Year
3 days ago
£30k - £40k Per Year

An exciting eCommerce company are looking to add a Front End Developer to their growing team. They are a respected brand that has a growing global audience and are looking to expand the Development team due to how busy they are.
You'll be joining a small team, based in Edinburgh (but currently working remotely). They are focused on quality and craftsmanship - both in their products and the digital platforms. Hopefully, you'll share their values and bring some creativity, too!
They are looking for a Developer to specialise on the Front End of their eCommerce sites. They work with Vue.js so experience with Vue.js would be really beneficial but isn't necessary. It is essential that you have experience working with at least one of the modern Front End frameworks though! If you've got experience with a modern framework and are willing to cross train over to Vue.js, then this could definitely be the role for you. Due to how busy they are, they don't have the capability to bring in someone at junior level and it'd suit someone that has got a decent amount of commercial experience under their belt.
As mentioned, they're based in Edinburgh and ideally, you'd be able to work out of the office most of the time. Saying that, they are flexible and can offer flexible working for people that really require it! They are all working remotely at the moment meaning the interview process and onboarding will be done remotely too. The salary for the role is up to £40,000 although they could potentially stretch that for someone that is perfect for the role.
If you're an experienced Front End Developer that wants to work for a growing eCommerce brand then please apply/and or get in touch with Jack Steven at Cathcart Associateds.
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Cloud Architect

Jobheron

Edinburgh, Scotland
3 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
3 days ago

One of the largest Microsoft Gold Partner IT Consultancies in Scotland and a Microsoft Direct Cloud Solutions Provider are currently looking to add a permanent Cloud Architect to their growing team.
They are looking for the exceptional, the very best to join their fast growing company and deliver world class projects to their enterprise level clients. They eat, breath and sleep technology - do you? If so, then this is the role for you where you will be working with the most cutting edge technology to ensure delivery of their clients' cloud based requirements.
The role itself will be fast paced, challenging, exciting, and a fantastic opportunity to really get stuck in and shape their clients future cloud capabilities.
The role of Cloud Architect:
  • Full responsibility for implementing enterprise level cloud solutions, from the initial requirements gathering, through to the design and development, to the final delivery and support.
  • Delivering creative and innovative technical solutions to support their client's needs
  • Implementing cloud-based solutions, migrating workloads to the cloud and connecting and managing large scale hybrid cloud environments.
  • You will be helping their clients at all stages in their journey of adopting cloud technologies within their businesses.

What they are looking for:
  • Proven track record in cloud infrastructure design including public and hybrid cloud, software defined networking, identity and access management, security, and storage.
  • Deep understanding of cloud computing technologies, business drivers and emerging computing trends.
  • Knowledge of building resilient multi-site or multi-region architectures
  • Experience with Windows and Linux technologies, as well as configuration management and automation technologies.

Technologies:
Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Virtual Networks, Azure Active Directory, Azure Site Recovery, Azure Backup, Azure Storage, Azure ExpressRoute, Firewalls, Web Application Proxies, PowerShell, ARM Templates, Automation, and Infrastructure as Code.
Why join them?
As a company, you would be joining them at a very exciting time, and you will be provided with ongoing support, training and development to allow you to develop your skills and shape the career you really want. Their team are talented, dynamic and committed professionals and they would love to hear from you if you are passionate about innovative technology solutions.
They offer highly competitive salaries with an excellent benefits package on offer including Pension, Private Health Care and Season Ticket Loans with regular technical training and certification opportunities and annually send employees to conferences around the world such as the Microsoft Ignite conference. They are also Employee Owned.
Still not convinced? They have a great working culture with low staff turnover and have won awards for their Family Friendly Working and pride themselves on their ability to manage employees' individual needs to make work-life fit around personal life. And above all, they are a genuinely nice bunch of people.
If this role sounds of interest to you please click APPLY for consideration.
Candidates with previous Job Titles or Experience including; Technical Cloud Architect, Cloud Solutions Architect, Technical Architect and Cloud Architect may also be considered for this role.
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NPD Manager - Food Manufacturing - Scotland

Focus Management Consultants Ltd

Scotland - Central Belt, Scotland
2 days ago
Scotland - Central Belt, Scotland
2 days ago

No longer bouncing out of bed in the morning?
Get your creative juices flowing again with this quality opportunity…
Here you will be managing the NPD team developing innovative, fresh, and nutritious products for leading retail customers. The focus is on first to market new concepts that wow consumers; so we are looking for an NPD professional with great food credentials who has a proven track record in industry-leading innovation. Someone with the magic combination of commerciality, creativity, and high-quality standards.
It's a fast-paced role and company, with lots of exciting projects to lead. You'll be customer-facing, presenting new concepts with credibility and enthusiasm along with managing project timelines and expectations to keep everyone on board.
As NPD Manager you'll need to effectively engage with stakeholders across the business including colleagues in manufacturing, technical, and procurement to ensure projects land as planned. You'll need to be an inspirational leader who can guide, coach, and mentor your team to reach their potential and grow within the business. Previous experience in a similar NPD leadership role within a fast-paced food manufacturing environment is going to be key; along with experience in managing retail customer relationships.
You will be joining a leading food manufacturer that can offer you excellent progression opportunities. There's a real focus on training and development and the support you will need to thrive and further develop your career.
Want to know more?
Click apply or get in touch for further details…
Ref RLP895797
+44 (0)1625 560778
Twitter @foodjob
Instagram @focus_recruitment
Linkedin @Focus Management Consultants
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Vehicle Imaging Operative

Smartfleet Solutions

Livingston, Scotland
2 days ago
Livingston, Scotland
2 days ago
Vehicle Imaging Operative
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Vehicle Imaging Operative

Salary Banding:  £10.00 + team related bonus scheme based on efficiency and targets 

Location:  Livingston

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent  

Hours:  42.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday 07.30-16.30

About the role: 

This is an exciting opportunity to join us as part of our logistics team in a busy, varied role.

As an imaging operative role requires the following: 

  • Safely manoeuvre a vast range of vehicles
  • Carry out a visual inspection of a vehicle’s exterior/interior to assess its condition, so each image captured meets standard required
  • Identify and understand the imaging guidelines for specific contracts
  • Image accurately components of a vehicle for remarketing purpose
  • Upload images taken onto computer
  • Match images taken to registration on software and label each correctly
  • Keep up with a fast-paced workload
  • Action any requests passed on by Supervisor or Manager
  • Meet daily KPI’s (Key Performance Indicator’s)
  • Manage email inbox
  • Supporting the Vehicle QC Team with final QC inspections when required
  • Maintaining a tidy and professional working environment, with a special emphasis on Health & Safety

About you: 

Choosing the right person is important to us as we continue to grow our family of now over 500 employees. To ensure we choose the right candidate for the role, we are looking for someone:  

  • You must have an in date, valid Driving Licence, and will need to declare any points if applicable as your application is processed by our team.
  • Work well within a team and on their own initiative 
  • Able to accurately follow instructions
  • A flexible attitude to working hours and overtime
  • Familiar working with technology e.g. Digital Camera, Tablet, Smart Phone

Here’s why you’ll love it at Smart Fleet Solutions

  • Competitive salary.
  • Ongoing career development, training and coaching – because if you don’t grow, we don’t grow.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Birthday paid day off
  • Volunteering paid day off
  • Wellbeing app (Calm)
  • Cycle to work scheme
    Cazoo discount scheme

Dedicated to diversity: At Smart Fleet Solutions we believe different ideas, perspective and backgrounds are key to developing a creative working environment that delivers real results. It’s why you’ll find us championing diversity and equality at every turn.

 

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ACCOUNT MANAGER (CREATIVE AGENCY)

Guru

Edinburgh, Scotland
4 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
4 days ago
An Account Manager / Senior Account Executive, with design / marketing agency experience, is needed to join an independent creative agency based in Edinburgh. This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive (looking to step up) to make a real impact working on creative marketing campaigns for an impressive client list. 
 
Providing essential creative input to some top brands this creative agency has built a solid reputation and an impressive portfolio, across a number of disciplines (advertising, branding, direct marketing, digital, social media, corporate communications, print design, events and more). Due to continued success they are now seeking an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive to join their small, talented team. 
 
Joining as the Account Manager / Senior Account Executive you will be responsible for managing creative marketing campaigns and projects for a small number of key clients. On a day-to-day basis expect to build strong relationships with clients, develop and present proposals, write briefs, review and appraise creative and production materials, coordinate project schedules and budgets, explore new ideas and anything else necessary to ensure outstanding marketing campaigns and projects are delivered on time, every time. 
 
To qualify…You’ll need to be a friendly, approachable and highly organised Account Manager / Senior Account Executive / SAE / Account Exec / AM  / Creative Account Manager / Creative Project Manager or similar with a CV that demonstrates: 
  • Some experience in a similar Account Manager / Senior Account Exec role within an agency;
  • Experience of managing creative marketing campaigns across print and digital;
  • Knowledge of marketing communications;
  • Excellent project management and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects and work to tight deadlines;
  • A good eye for creative work with strong attention to detail;
  • Pro-active and solution orientated. 
This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive looking to progress their career working for an exciting company. In return expect a lovely team, an excellent work life balance and a collaborative environment where you will have a real input in how things get done.  

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Personal Assistant (Support Worker)

myjobscotland

Thistle Foundation, Scotland
3 days ago
Thistle Foundation, Scotland
3 days ago

Job Purpose

To assist those we support to lead full, active and socially connected lives and support people to reach their personal outcomes.

Our teams take responsibility for making their own decisions about how they organise their work and how they decide on how they’re going to get their work done. This role therefore requires good interpersonal skills and an ability to set and meet targets, ability to ask for and receive accurate feedback and ensure that cover is managed by the team at all times (e.g. holidays, sickness, training).

Main Responsibilities

1 Develop an understanding of person centred working and work from its value base at all times.

2 Contribute to ongoing use of ‘My Life, My support plan’ by keeping details updated and relevant. Contribute to the yearly review of ‘My Life, My Support Plan’.

3 Work flexibly and responsively to support the individual to meet their personal outcomes.

4 Provide person centred personal support and assistance for the person according to their ‘My Life My Support Plan’

5 Work in partnership with individuals supporting them to be full citizens in their community.

6 Contribute to setting individual (personal) and team targets in relation to a person’s outcomes. Meet these targets 

7 Support the person to develop and sustain positive relationships with all those people (family/friends/professionals) that are important to them.

8 Contribute to efficient team working by taking a pro-active part in team meetings and discussions, including chairing and minute taking and taking on tasks as agreed (e.g. working out the team rota, Carista, family connector, on-call, setting and reviewing priorities, identifying and improving systems and processes, working on feedback from families and those we support.)

9 Take a pro-active part in the team by supporting colleagues, communicating well and helping to deal with issues as they arise.

10 Accountable to the person you support and those who advocate on their behalf

11 Be creative in involving the supported person in all decision-making related to them.

12 Work to Thistle’s Values into Action

Thistle Approach: competencies to support wellbeing

The post holder is required to work to Thistle’s core competencies in ways which are relevant to their role.

Core Competencies

Understanding self

We develop a good understanding of ourselves and the impact we have on other people. Being genuine, respectful and listening with empathy to other people’s perspectives lies at the heart of all our interactions. We believe this practice is nurtured by the ability to continually reflect on ourselves and the impact we have on others.

Building person centred relationships

We develop supportive, collaborative and enabling relationships. We also believe that people are the experts in their lives and that they are doing their best and that by working alongside people we are more likely to succeed. We reflect on the extent to which we create trust in all our relationships and how well we work within teams.

Making a difference using person centred approaches

We believe that using person centred approaches can be critical to whether people make the changes they want in their lives or not. We do this by focusing on what matters to each person and what they want specifically to achieve including taking life enhancing risks. We always encourage feedback in order to learn and improve on what we do.

Focusing on strengths, resilience and contribution

We believe that people have strengths, skills, knowledge and resilience and the ability to contribute to their own and others’ lives. We need to be flexible and innovative to enable people to share these attributes and make the most of all contributions in order to find creative solutions. We celebrate the successes this brings and build our resilience by learning from setbacks.

Promoting wellbeing, citizenship and community

We believe that everyone is a citizen with rights, responsibilities and a contribution to make to their community. This is only meaningfully possible when you have genuine wellbeing and are fully included in your community. This belief drives the work we do at Thistle so we know we must try to influence the unequal and discriminatory aspects of our society in order to change how things currently are. This requires us to share the ‘Thistle Approach’ more widely and in turn, learn from the world around us. To do this well we must continually reflect on what this means for us as individuals and as an organisation.

Key Contacts and Relationships

  • Person we support
  • Team members
  • Service Manager
  • Service Leaders
  • Team Facilitators
  • Other Thistle Staff and departments
  • External bodies/agencies including health services, social work
  • Family members of individual/s
  • Advocates

 

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Ideally have Higher Education Certificate in Person Centred Approaches or SVQ level 2 in Care or equivalent or be committed to working towards this to ensure registration to SSSC standard
  • Driving licence desirable
  • IT literate
  • Experience of supporting people with disabilities
  • Experience and understanding of working in a person centred way
  • Able to work autonomously
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to maintain clear & accurate records
  • Flexibility to respond to a changing environment including evening and weekend working as required
  • Ability to reflect on practice

 

Dimensions

  • The post holder’s work normally takes place at the Supported Persons home offices
  • This is a permanent position

 

Job context and other related information

  • The post holder is expected to commit to continually developing a personal understanding of the vision, mission and manifesto and strategic aspirations of the Thistle Foundation.

Would you like to make a difference in a young woman’s life?

A sociable young woman that we support requires an enthusiastic, committed female staff member to help her enjoy her life and connect with her community. This is a maternity cover post until October 2021.

You would be working in a small, friendly team and will build a relationship with the person and her family.

The ideal candidate will be someone:-

  • with a creative mind
  • who enjoys music
  • who is flexible
  • who is good at forward planning and using their initiative

Support is provided 24/7, and the shift patterns is typically 2.30pm until 10pm, followed by a paid sleepover and then from 7am until 3.30pm the following day.

You would be doing one of those shifts per week and the opportunity to do more during holidays or for sickness. Hours can be discussed at the interview stage.

Thistle has a good reputation for being at the heart of person centeredness and you will receive excellent training as part of your induction. If this sounds interesting to you, we would love to hear from you.

If you would like an informal chat about this vacancy please contact

jacqueline.deans@thistle.org.uk

*Exemption under Equality Act 2010

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Personal Assistant (Support Worker)

myjobscotland

Thistle Foundation, Scotland
3 days ago
Thistle Foundation, Scotland
3 days ago

Job Purpose

To assist those we support to lead full, active and socially connected lives and support people to reach their personal outcomes.

Our teams take responsibility for making their own decisions about how they organise their work and how they decide on how they’re going to get their work done. This role therefore requires good interpersonal skills and an ability to set and meet targets, ability to ask for and receive accurate feedback and ensure that cover is managed by the team at all times (e.g. holidays, sickness, training).

Main Responsibilities

1 Develop an understanding of person centred working and work from its value base at all times.

2 Contribute to ongoing use of ‘My Life, My support plan’ by keeping details updated and relevant. Contribute to the yearly review of ‘My Life, My Support Plan’.

3 Work flexibly and responsively to support the individual to meet their personal outcomes.

4 Provide person centred personal support and assistance for the person according to their ‘My Life My Support Plan’

5 Work in partnership with individuals supporting them to be full citizens in their community.

6 Contribute to setting individual (personal) and team targets in relation to a person’s outcomes. Meet these targets 

7 Support the person to develop and sustain positive relationships with all those people (family/friends/professionals) that are important to them.

8 Contribute to efficient team working by taking a pro-active part in team meetings and discussions, including chairing and minute taking and taking on tasks as agreed (e.g. working out the team rota, Carista, family connector, on-call, setting and reviewing priorities, identifying and improving systems and processes, working on feedback from families and those we support.)

9 Take a pro-active part in the team by supporting colleagues, communicating well and helping to deal with issues as they arise.

10 Accountable to the person you support and those who advocate on their behalf

11 Be creative in involving the supported person in all decision-making related to them.

12 Work to Thistle’s Values into Action

Thistle Approach: competencies to support wellbeing

The post holder is required to work to Thistle’s core competencies in ways which are relevant to their role.

Core Competencies

Understanding self

We develop a good understanding of ourselves and the impact we have on other people. Being genuine, respectful and listening with empathy to other people’s perspectives lies at the heart of all our interactions. We believe this practice is nurtured by the ability to continually reflect on ourselves and the impact we have on others.

Building person centred relationships

We develop supportive, collaborative and enabling relationships. We also believe that people are the experts in their lives and that they are doing their best and that by working alongside people we are more likely to succeed. We reflect on the extent to which we create trust in all our relationships and how well we work within teams.

Making a difference using person centred approaches

We believe that using person centred approaches can be critical to whether people make the changes they want in their lives or not. We do this by focusing on what matters to each person and what they want specifically to achieve including taking life enhancing risks. We always encourage feedback in order to learn and improve on what we do.

Focusing on strengths, resilience and contribution

We believe that people have strengths, skills, knowledge and resilience and the ability to contribute to their own and others’ lives. We need to be flexible and innovative to enable people to share these attributes and make the most of all contributions in order to find creative solutions. We celebrate the successes this brings and build our resilience by learning from setbacks.

Promoting wellbeing, citizenship and community

We believe that everyone is a citizen with rights, responsibilities and a contribution to make to their community. This is only meaningfully possible when you have genuine wellbeing and are fully included in your community. This belief drives the work we do at Thistle so we know we must try to influence the unequal and discriminatory aspects of our society in order to change how things currently are. This requires us to share the ‘Thistle Approach’ more widely and in turn, learn from the world around us. To do this well we must continually reflect on what this means for us as individuals and as an organisation.

Key Contacts and Relationships

  • Person we support
  • Team members
  • Service Manager
  • Service Leaders
  • Team Facilitators
  • Other Thistle Staff and departments
  • External bodies/agencies including health services, social work
  • Family members of individual/s
  • Advocates

 

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Ideally have Higher Education Certificate in Person Centred Approaches or SVQ level 2 in Care or equivalent or be committed to working towards this to ensure registration to SSSC standard
  • Driving licence desirable
  • IT literate
  • Experience of supporting people with disabilities
  • Experience and understanding of working in a person centred way
  • Able to work autonomously
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to maintain clear & accurate records
  • Flexibility to respond to a changing environment including evening and weekend working as required
  • Ability to reflect on practice

 

Dimensions

  • The post holder’s work normally takes place at the Supported Persons home offices
  • This is a permanent position

 

Job context and other related information

  • The post holder is expected to commit to continually developing a personal understanding of the vision, mission and manifesto and strategic aspirations of the Thistle Foundation.

 

Would you like to make a difference in the life of a very sociable young lady who has just taken a huge step in her life? She has recently moved to a house with a garden that she has wanted for a long time and is looking for one more male or female PA who is enthusiastic, committed and will take time to understand her.

Her staff need to be able to keep calm when situations get a bit fraught and this can happen at times when she is anxious and feels vulnerable. Although it is a very exciting time, this life changing transition is a big adjustment for her and brings with it the need to feel safe. Staff will need to be resilient and work together using a structure and approach to help her feel confident and safe; it will also be a time that requires patience and understanding from the team. Staff will need to help her enjoy her life and connect with her community especially in her new neighbourhood.

You would be working in a small, friendly team and will build a relationship with the lady and her family.

We are looking for people with these wonderful attributes:-

  • a creative mind
  • a music lover
  • flexibility
  • good at forward planning
  • plenty of initiative

Thistle has a good reputation for being at the heart of person centeredness and you will receive excellent training as part of your induction and ongoing support and training opportunities. If this sounds interesting to you, we would love to hear from you.

If you would like an informal chat about this vacancy please contact

Lynn.Spence@thistle.org.uk

Salary

£24k - £28k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

5 days ago

Description

An Account Manager / Senior Account Executive, with design / marketing agency experience, is needed to join an independent creative agency based in Edinburgh. This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive (looking to step up) to make a real impact working on creative marketing campaigns for an impressive client list. 
 
Providing essential creative input to some top brands this creative agency has built a solid reputation and an impressive portfolio, across a number of disciplines (advertising, branding, direct marketing, digital, social media, corporate communications, print design, events and more). Due to continued success they are now seeking an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive to join their small, talented team. 
 
Joining as the Account Manager / Senior Account Executive you will be responsible for managing creative marketing campaigns and projects for a small number of key clients. On a day-to-day basis expect to build strong relationships with clients, develop and present proposals, write briefs, review and appraise creative and production materials, coordinate project schedules and budgets, explore new ideas and anything else necessary to ensure outstanding marketing campaigns and projects are delivered on time, every time. 
 
To qualify…You’ll need to be a friendly, approachable and highly organised Account Manager / Senior Account Executive / SAE / Account Exec / AM  / Creative Account Manager / Creative Project Manager or similar with a CV that demonstrates: 
  • Some experience in a similar Account Manager / Senior Account Exec role within an agency;
  • Experience of managing creative marketing campaigns across print and digital;
  • Knowledge of marketing communications;
  • Excellent project management and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple projects and work to tight deadlines;
  • A good eye for creative work with strong attention to detail;
  • Pro-active and solution orientated.
This is an ideal opportunity for an Account Manager / Senior Account Executive looking to progress their career working for an exciting company. In return expect a lovely team, an excellent work life balance and a collaborative environment where you will have a real input in how things get done.