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The Junction – Young People, Health & Wellbeing is a multi award-winning organisation established in 2005 that provides a range of health and wellbeing services for young people. You can find out more about our services at www.the-junction.org
We are looking for a recent graduate, who is interested in an exciting leadership programme to support their growth and development. This opportunity is in partnership with The Rank Foundations Time to Shine leadership programme. For more information on the programme, visit www.rankfoundation.com/engaged-philanthropy/time-to-shine/
An application pack is available for download below. Informal Enquiries to Suzanne Campbell, Service Manager on 0131 553 0570 or to email@example.com.
Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Interviews: Thursday 31st October 2019
Job Description: Time to Shine Leaders JD 2019
Application Form: Application Form Sept 2019
Are you able to give your time, talent and experience to support a local charity?
Are you interested in the health and wellbeing of the young people of Leith and North East Edinburgh?
Has the Junction helped you, a member of your family or someone else you know?
Whatever your motivation…….BECOME A TRUSTEE
The Junction is looking for a number of talented and committed people to join their Board of Trustees starting early 2018.
Along with a willingness contribute to our evolving peer working model, the essential requirements are enthusiasm for, and commitment to deliver our Vision – for all young people to reach their full potential.
We are particularly interested, but not exclusively, in people with some of the following skills and experience or knowledge of:
No previous trustee experience is required, as support will be provided.
Estimated time commitment per annum:
WHO WE ARE
The Junction is an award winning young person’s health service for 12-21 year olds primarily in North East Edinburgh. We also support the development of health related work with young people throughout Edinburgh.
We offer access to a wide range of services, promoting health and wellbeing and providing young people with the skills to cope, enjoy life and reach their potential. We achieve this through education, information, and by providing a safe and welcoming environment with caring staff and volunteers who specialise in youth health.
People volunteer for different reasons but this can be an opportunity to have a new challenge, meet new people and develop your skills. We look forward to hearing from you and invite expressions of interest, in the first instance, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 0131 553 0570.