Delivering Edinburgh's Strategic Skills Pipeline
The Joined Up for Jobs directory lists over 160 organisations
delivering employability and related services in Edinburgh. You can
search for organisations listed the JUFJ directory by name,
keyword, service type, postcode, Pipeline stage, or main client
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Welcome to the Joined Up for Jobs
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The Flexible Workforce Development Fund will be available to organisations across the private, public and third sectors who are subject to the UK Government’s Apprenticeship Levy.
Past minutes, agendas, future dates, general information about the Joined Up for Jobs forum
Listings of all the organisations and services offering
employability support in Edinburgh. You can download a printed
Noticeboard with latest network news, courses and training, conferences and job vacancies.
Working Capital is the magazine for Edinburgh's Strategic Skills Pipeline and Joined Up For Jobs.
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Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal
The Challenge Fund is administered by Capital City Partnership for the City of Edinburgh Council. It is a small grants programme.
Grow with bespoke support for recruitment, training and business growth.
The Recruitment and Skills Centre at Fort Kinnaird supports businesses in the retail park and surrounding areas with recruitment, help with staff training needs and workforce development.
Details of the range of recruitment support and incentives available to employers.
Information, minutes and agendas of the Jobs Strategy Group.
The JUFJ Youth Employment Strategy and the Partnership created to support initiatives helping young people in Edinburgh.
Work with the City partnership supporting young people into positive destinations.
Caselink is the Management Information System used to support the delivery of employability support in Edinburgh and Midlothian.
Information for jobseekers
The Universities in Edinburgh offer a range of services to help businesses tap into the huge talent pool of students and recent graduates in the city.
Local "Employability Hubs" called Route2 are based across the city. They are there to help you with whatever you need to move into work.
All In Edinburgh is a service helping people who have a disability or long term health condition find paid work.
Co-ordinating a partnership of key agencies to tackle inequality, support job growth, and help more people into employment
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Caselink Training Sessions for 2017 are listed here. Please see details to book on.
Free one day training for front line staff who look after the health, wellbeing and social welfare of vulnerable clients.
Raising awareness of the impact of fuel poverty and cold homes on people’s health. Working towards affordable warmth for all.
Link Living are running their Employability Award this Autumn. Aimed at 16-25 year olds.
Screen Education Edinburgh are currently recruiting a Facilities & Digital Media Assistant to join our team!
Tuesday 19th September - Thursday 16th November
Appointments available as well as drop in.
Full details in this post.
TfC's Employability Fund stage 3 programme is aimed at 16 to 19 year olds who are interested in exploring employment options within the childcare or social care sectors.
RECRUITING NOW FOR COURSE STARTING
16th November 2017
The MAP Programme (motivation, aspirations & progression) is a series of workshops for people who are experiencing unemployment. The programme is designed to help improve your employability by enhancing your confidence, self-esteem, and communication skills.
Connected is now recruiting for the free Developing Confidence, Building Futures course.
Fixed term contract 12 months starting January 2018
Salary £28,633 - £34,234
Capital City Partnership is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced manager and three project officers to lead on the implementation and delivery of a one year ‘Joined Up for Integration’ project.
The Discretionary Housing Payment is money the Scottish Government gives to the Council. This fund allows the Council to give additional support to citizens to help them pay their rent for a short period, whilst they adjust to the welfare changes.
Capital City Partnership has a new website. Please visit and bookmark for quick future access. www.capitalcitypartnership.co.uk
Open Gate aims to work with young people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or living in jobless households. This will be a 10 week programme focusing on SQA core-skills qualifications.
The latest SHAW bulletin contains useful information on Edinburgh Mosque food bank, Universal Credit guide for Landlords, Managed Payments and Rent Arrears, and Salvation Army Debt Advice.
Scottish Gas are running their final 2 week work experience course for 2017 in Edinburgh In November. This is a great way for young people to gain valuable work experience that my help them into the world of work. More info in this post.
Stage 1 - This is a 3 week training course which runs 3 days per week (Wed-Fri). There will then be a 2 week work experience placement at the end of the training if the young person is ready for this.