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Are you passionate about finding a home for every child that needs one in Scotland? We have an exciting opportunity to lead our work in Scotland. Developing relationships and working closely with volunteers, churches, local authorities, agencies and other organisations in Scotland, and working closely with the Leadership Team of Home for Good, ensuring that Home for Good in Scotland is aligned to the work of the organisation throughout the UK, and is directly tailored to Scottish requirements.

To find out more download the Job Pack from the link 

Applications close at 5pm on 23rd November 2017, with interviews scheduled for 5th December 2017.

Youth worker, croftfoot united free church

Croftfoot United Free Church is seeking a Youth Worker to develop their exciting new vision to connect with local young people (5-16 years) to enable them to discover and achieve their potential in life.

For further information please contact Anne Bryce ( or Rev Ann Deacons 0141 420 3565

Closing date for applications is 5pm on 1st December 2017.

mission strengthener, Edinburgh City Mission

Further information can be found at 

Closing date for applications is 5pm on 1st December 2017. 

Scotland coordinator, latin link

Latin Link is looking for a full time dynamic and motivated coordinator to represent its interests in Scotland. 

Further information can be found at 

Closing date for applications is Sunday 3rd December 2017.  Interviews will be held on Friday 8th December 2017


Join our international team of 400 people from 50 different nationalities. Teach our leaders’ children in small classes and invest in first-hand cultural experiences as you visit port cities around the world. Being a member of the on-board community you will receive personal spiritual input through daily community devotions as well as the opportunity to experience the culture of the international crew and staff and to be involved in community activities both on-board and onshore.


Working with the School on board you will be expected to:

• Be a passionate and dedicated teacher who cares for and teaches the children who live on board the Logos Hope with their families

• Plan and deliver learning opportunities for these children within the Logos Hope School and work collaboratively with the other teachers in whole school activities



• Teachers with a current, official teaching qualification needed.

• Ability to teach mixed-age groups in subjects spanning the UK’s Early Years and National Curriculum Schemes of Work

• Flexibility to work with different classes according to the teaching vacancies on board

• Experience is an advantage but not essential


These positions are voluntary and the candidate would need to raise support to cover living expenses.