Current Vacancies

Click the tabs below to read about our vacancies and how to apply. For any questions about the roles please contact recruitment@corra.scot 

Families & Early Intervention Specialist, 35 hours, £40,134 pa

Families & Early Intervention Specialist

35 Hours per week (negotiable)

Salary £40,134 pa

We are growing and developing our grants team and now need to recruit a Families and Early Intervention Specialist.

The post holder will be a project manager who brings knowledge of support services for families and children. They will have good understanding of the benefits and impact of early intervention work and familiarity with current practices and policies relating to this area.

We are looking for a person who brings strong skills and experience in: resource management; financial appraisal; project management; communication; relationship building and listening.

This will enable them to undertake key activities such as:

  • Project Management – ensuring existing grant services and contracts are delivered to the highest possible standard and programmes or services delivered by Corra on behalf of others meet all contractual obligations.
  • Design, deliver and review grant programmes which relate to families and early intervention.
  • Provide essential information to stakeholders, reporting on Corra’s achievements against key performance indicators.
  • Be Corra’s “go-to expert” for accurate information and insights about services for families and early intervention support.

The role offers an exciting opportunity for someone who shares Corra’s vision and is a chance to contribute to real change in Scotland. For further information and to download an application pack please visit https://www.corra.scot/join-the-team/

The role will be based in Edinburgh or Glasgow, with a flexible approach to carrying out an element of work from home.

Closing date for applications:

12 noon on 8th February 2022

Interviews will be held on 23rd February 2022

Please send applications to recruitment@corra.scot

Please download the application pack documents for this role

Job application Guidance notesJob Application FormEquality Diversity and Monitoring formDetailed Job DescriptionDetailed Person SpecificationTerms and Conditions

Community Co-ordinator (Dunterlie), Maternity leave cover, 35 hours, Mar-Dec 22), £31,125 pa

Community Co-ordinator (Dunterlie) Maternity leave cover

35 hours per week (fixed term – March to December 2022)

Salary £31,125 pa

Are you passionate about supporting people to develop their voice, skills, confidence and ideas? Do you have a background in community development?  Are you keen to work alongside the community in Dunterlie, East Renfrewshire?

If the answer is yes, then Corra Foundation’s People in Place team wants to hear from you now as our local co-ordinator will soon be going on maternity leave.

Community Co-ordinators work to build trusting relationships with the local people, key partners and stakeholders to facilitate, identify and help develop ideas for long lasting community owned change.

If you have previous experience of working in and with a community or managing a local community group, or project on a paid or voluntary basis, this could be the role for you!

Can you demonstrate an ability to form positive working relationships with a range of individuals and groups?  Have you provided support and managed volunteers?

We need someone with energy and enthusiasm, who has an ability to work flexibly within the community, is self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team.

The People in Place programme ‘getting alongside communities’ is currently working in 9 communities across Scotland.

This role will be based in Dunterlie, East Renfrewshire, with a flexible approach to carrying out an element of work from home.  Travel will be required throughout East Renfrewshire and attendance at meetings across Scotland (mostly Glasgow and Edinburgh).

If you have experience of working with communities and share Corra’s commitment to strengthening people’s voices, getting alongside communities and working hard to make a difference then we’d love to hear from you.For further information and to download an application pack please visit https://www.corra.scot/join-the-team/

Closing date for applications:

12 noon on 8th February 2022

Interviews will be held on 1st March 2022

Please send applications to recruitment@corra.scot

Please download the application pack documents for this role

Job application Guidance notesJob Application FormEquality Diversity and Monitoring formDetailed Job DescriptionDetailed Person SpecificationTerms and Conditions

Salesforce Development Specialist, 35 hours, fixed term 3 months, £40,134 pa

Salesforce Development Specialist

35 Hours per week (negotiable) (fixed term 3 months)

Salary £40,134 pa

The Salesforce Development Specialist will be a project manager with good knowledge of IT and in particular the use of Salesforce as well as development and design, alongside experience of data protection legislation and GDPR.

The Specialist will assist the Learning and Development team to review and implement processes and procedures that will support developments of Salesforce including data management and staff training, in compliance with data legislation and the GDPR.

We are looking for a person who brings strong skills and experience in: IT; designing process and procedures; Salesforce; GDPR; data protection; project management; communication; relationship building and listening.

The role offers an exciting opportunity for someone who shares Corra’s vision and is a chance to contribute to real change in Scotland. For further information and to download an application pack please visit https://www.corra.scot/join-the-team/

The role will be based in Edinburgh or Glasgow, with a flexible approach to carrying out an element of work from home.

Closing date for applications:

12 noon on 8th February 2022

Interviews will be held on 3rd March 2022

Please send applications to recruitment@corra.scot

Please download the application pack documents for this role

Job application Guidance notesJob Application FormEquality Diversity and Monitoring formDetailed Job DescriptionDetailed Person SpecificationTerms and Conditions

Communications Support Assistant, 35 hours, £20,607 pa

Communications Support Assistant

35 hours per week

Salary £20,607 pa

Corra Foundation is looking for someone with the skills to deliver creative, engaging communications activity. The Communications Support Assistant will work with Policy and Communications team to provide a range of day-to-day administration and communications support.

If you have communications experience and share Corra’s commitment to strengthening people’s voices, getting alongside communities and working hard to make a difference then we’d love to hear from you.

For an informal conversation please contact ffyona@corra.scot

The role offers an exciting opportunity to help tell stories and contribute to real change in Scotland. For further information and to download an application pack please visit https://www.corra.scot/join-the-team/

The role will be based in Edinburgh or Glasgow, with a flexible approach to carrying out an element of work from home.

Closing date for applications:

12 noon on 8th February 2022

Interviews will be held on 1st March 2022

Please send applications to recruitment@corra.scot

Please download the application pack documents for this role

Job application Guidance notesJob Application FormEquality Diversity and Monitoring formDetailed Job DescriptionDetailed Person SpecificationTerms and Conditions

  • Corra is happy to talk flexible working with all employees and those enquiring about a role at Corra.
  • Corra is a Living Wage employer .
  • Corra is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and continues to listen and learn. Including looking at what this means for Corra’s responsibilities as an employer, a charity and independent foundation, a funder, a partner (including delivering funding on behalf of others) and as an organisation that seeks to influence change more widely in Scotland.
  • Corra is a Healthy Working Lives organisation, and has been awarded the bronze certificate and is now working towards achieving the silver as Corra works to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of staff.