EDAMH is a third sector organisation and charity which has been providing community-based services in East Dunbartonshire since 1999. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to make a real difference and is passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable people who are experiencing mental health difficulties and domestic abuse.

  • Full time 
  • 35 hrs per week – Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (core hours)
  • Permanent position
  • Salary: £38,757 to £40,764 (pay award pending)
  • Based in Kirkintilloch, working in East Dunbartonshire
  • Closing date: 14th June 2024

You will lead a small group of colleagues who are talented and dedicated to their work with our clients and you will be responsible to the Board of Directors.

We welcome job applications from people of all backgrounds and value the unique experience that each individual brings to our organisation. We are committed to equality and inclusion and to a workforce with diverse skill sets and experiences. 

Our recruitment process gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your passion as well as your expertise and skills. It is very much a two-way process to ensure we recruit the right individual, but also for you to be confident that joining EDAMH is the right challenge professionally and personally.

We offer:

  • Full induction
  • Office based working with flexible working in line with the service needs
  • A supportive working environment
  • 31 days annual leave which increases with length of service to 34 days
  • 3 additional care days for dependant responsibilities
  • Non-contributory workplace pension scheme (Employer contribution is currently 8% of salary).

You will be entitled to :

  • Wellbeing assistance
  • Opportunities for growth & development with regular support and supervision
  • Funded continuous learning, training and development.

Application notes:

  • Further information on the role is provided in the attached Job Description.
  • If you would like an informal chat about this role and working for EDAMH, please contact: John Urquhart john_u55@hotmail.com
  • A PVG Scheme Membership and Right to Work in the UK check is required for this post and proof of any qualifications declared in your application.
  • CVs will be accepted.

Please submit your application form, along with your equality monitoring form by email to recruitment@edamh.org.uk