Organisation Overview

With over 50 years’ experience tackling the causes and consequences of homelessness, Cyrenians is a values-led, relationships-based organisation. We believe in supporting individuals at risk of, or experiencing homelessness, towards a more stable and positive future. 

Our Vision is an inclusive society in which we all have the opportunities to live valued and fulfilled lives. We work to make that vision a reality by our Mission to support people excluded from family, home, work or community on their life journey.

 

 

 

Key Information

Enquiry Email:
recruitment@cyrenians.scot
Website:
www.cyrenians.scot
Our company and its culture:
Compassion and RespectIntegrityInnovative

Our Values

Our way of work is built on our four core values:

Compassion: We believe that everyone should have the chance to change, no matter how long that might take.

Respect: We believe in tolerance, acceptance, valuing diversity and treating each other as equals.

Integrity: We are committed to the highest quality of work, grounded in honesty, generosity, sincerity and professionalism.

Innovation: We are willing to take risks, challenge convention and be very creative in our search for new ways of working, in particular by taking account of the environmental impact of our decisions.

Key Information

Enquiry Email:
recruitment@cyrenians.scot
Website:
www.cyrenians.scot
Our company and its culture:
Compassion and RespectIntegrityInnovative

Working for Us

Cyrenians is committed to finding the right people for the jobs that we advertise.

If you are considering applying for a role with Cyrenians, our Recruitment Information pack will give you an insight into what to expect; as well a few pointers on filling out the application form.

 

LGBT Charter Foundations Digital Participation SignatoryLiving Wage Employer and Committed to Good Fundraising

 

Key Information

Enquiry Email:
recruitment@cyrenians.scot
Website:
www.cyrenians.scot
Our company and its culture:
Compassion and RespectIntegrityInnovative

Volunteering with Us

Volunteering is at the heart of what we do. We pride ourselves on providing a supportive, nurturing environment where volunteers not only help us support those we work with, but can also grow and realise their own potential.

From learning new skills, making new friends, to giving back to our community – there’s lots of reasons to get involved. Our volunteer roles vary throughout the year - from admin roles to apple picking, companionship to cooking... there's something for everyone!

To find out more about volunteering with us visit our Volunteering section on our website. 

Key Information

Enquiry Email:
recruitment@cyrenians.scot
Website:
www.cyrenians.scot
Our company and its culture:
Compassion and RespectIntegrityInnovative

Cyrenians Jobs

Garden Coordinator, Royal Edinburgh Community Gardens - Edinburgh
Conservation & Land Management, Environment & Sustainability, Health, Medicine & Well Being, Organic Farming & Gardening
£23,801 - £26,115 (pro rata), plus pension
Leading on sustaining and developing the community garden based within the grounds of the Royal Edinburgh hospital. Maintaining and nurturing this therapeutic green space, and engaging with the hospital patients and local community to get involved.
Closes 21/02/2022 View Details
Family Outreach Worker - Live Life - Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow
Children & Young People, Housing & Homelessness, Youth
£21,963 - £24,559 per annum (pro rata), plus pension
Working with the families of veterans to provide support, resolve conflict and make positive steps in their lives and relationships.
Closes 14/02/2022 View Details
Family Outreach Worker - Keeping Families Together - Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow
Children & Young People, Housing & Homelessness, Youth
£21,963 - £24,559 per annum, plus pension
Working with young people in secure accommodation, and their families, to resolve conflict and make positive steps in their relationships.
Closes 14/02/2022 View Details
National Children and Youth Engagement Lead, SCCR - Edinburgh
Advocacy and Campaigns, Children & Young People, Youth
£21,963 - £24,559 (pro rata) plus pension.
This is a new role to lead on the development of children and youth engagement work within our Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR).
Closes 31/01/2022 View Details
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