Vacancies at COSCA
We are seeking to appoint a new Treasurer.
The Treasurer is an office bearer on COSCA’s Board and has the general responsibilities of a Trustee.
Submission deadline - 27th of August 2021
Vacancies at other organisations
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Our new Bright Light Relationship Counselling Practice Manager will lead our dynamic team of counsellors and therapists delivering high-quality therapeutic counselling and support services, within Bright Light’s service delivery framework and in line with BACP/BABCP/COSCA (or equivalent) ethical frameworks and codes of practice.
Closing date - 6th of August 2021
Glasgow Council on Alcohol Vacancies
MYPAS are looking for School Counsellors to work in Midlothian. The postholders will be responsible for providing counselling with children and young people aged 10-18 attending school or living within Midlothian. The postholders will deliver, evaluate and report on the School Counselling service within the specific geographical location comprising several primary schools and usually one associated High School.
Closing date - 12 noon Monday 9th August 2021
Glasgow Council on Alcohol are currently recruiting a trainer, who will deliver on our Diploma in Integrative Counselling course.
VOCAL is the leading carer organisation in Edinburgh and Midlothian. We are seeking a qualified and experienced counsellor to provide counselling to adult carers aged 18 years and over based at our Midlothian office. The counselling service is on the COSCA Register of Recognised Organisations. Sessional counsellors receive individual clinical supervision from a supervisor employed by VOCAL and will report to the Counselling Service Manager who will line manage the work.
Closing date - Friday 30 July 2021, 12noon
The University of Edinburgh is recruiting to a number of roles on their Counselling and Psychotherapy programmes.
Talk Now is a trauma informed organisation located in East Kilbride. We offer counselling to adults who have suffered trauma in childhood. Counselling is currently delivered online but will transition to face to face counselling once it is safe to do so.
Abertay is a modern university with a global outlook, rooted in its local and national communities. We have made our mark with high quality, well-directed teaching and research, and a stimulating and enriching experience for our students.
The Student Services team is based in the Bernard King Library and provides a fully integrated support service for students at Abertay, which aims to provide high quality professional, impartial, non-judgemental advice and guidance on a broad range of issues.
The University now seeks to appoint a counsellor (on a 2 year fixed term contract, 28 hours per week)