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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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10 years of Community Jobs Scotland

10 years of Community Jobs Scotland CJS has supported those furthest from the job market and helped to,Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) has delivered 10,376 jobs to young people.,We're celebrating 10 years of Community Jobs Scotland Jobs, skills and support 10,367 jobs delivered,Community Jobs Scotland Evaluation Report (PDF with graphics) Community Jobs Scotland Evaluation Report,(Word document) Watch Community Jobs Scotland success stories There are thousands of Community Jobs

https://scvo.scot/about/work/campaigns/archive/celebrating-10-years-of-cjs

Evaluation of Community Jobs Scotland Programme

Evaluation of the CommunityJobs Scotland (CJS) programme.,CJS is a Scottish Government funded job creation programme that performs a dual function as: - An employability,Working alongside the partnership are Jobcentre Plus and Skills Development Scotland (SDS) who refer,young people to the jobs created and the Wise Group who hold the Training and Employability Support contract,s continued support for Community Jobs Scotland.

https://scvo.scot/research/evidence-library/evaluation-of-community-jobs-scotland-programme

More employers needed for Community Jobs Scotland

​Successful job creation scheme wants more third sector employers

https://tfn.scot/news/more-employers-needed-for-community-jobs-scotland

Evaluation of Community Jobs Scotland Phase 2 (2012-2013)

Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) is a Scottish Government funded job creation programme that performs a,opportunities in supportive working environments for unemployed young people across all 32 of Scotland,some of which could help increase the job entry rate further.,Enhance recruitment advertising to increase number of applications to CJS jobs. ?,Clarify off-the-job training offer. ? Establish a programme point of contact for CJS employees. ?

https://scvo.scot/research/evidence-library/evaluation-of-community-jobs-scotland-phase-2-2012-2013

After Community Jobs Scotland – where next for voluntary sector employers?

says its vital that the voluntary sector continues to be involved in employability services across Scotland

https://tfn.scot/opinion/after-community-jobs-scotland-where-next-for-voluntary-sector-employers

Membership

Exclusive membership benefits and support networks A strong community of voluntary organisations of all,Meet our members SCVO members are part of a community of organisations.,Membership directory Our latest members Leuchie House We talked to Colin Leslie, communications and marketing,It meant a lot to a small independent charity like Leuchie, and underlined the fantastic job our team,Cancer Support Scotland We talked to Stephanie Quigley, service manager with Cancer Support Scotland

https://scvo.scot/membership

The third sector as an employability partner for people with barriers to employment: Insights from Community,Jobs Scotland

Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) is an employability programme that funds work placements in the third sector,for young people with significant barriers to the labour market to gain experience and on the job training,It has been in operation in Scotland for a decade and is funded by the Scottish Government and run by,The cost of CJS is higher on average than for Fair Start Scotland but, given available data, it is difficult

https://scvo.scot/research/evidence-library/the-third-sector-as-an-employability-partner-for-people-with-barriers-to-employment-insights-from-community-jobs-scotland

Graeme, former CJS employee

By the end of my time at SSF I was responsible for a lot of the communications work which was done by,I was involved with planning of future marketing and communications strategies as a key member of the,communications team and the first point of contact for any queries that came into the office by phone,What does your new job involve?,Community Jobs Scotland got me here and they could get you there.

https://scvo.scot/p/42614/2021/03/08/graeme-former-cjs-employee