Thenue Housing Association is based in Glasgow and provides high quality housing to over 3,000 tenants and owners in six areas, mainly in the east end of the city. We have always gone beyond our core housing responsibilities to address the wider needs of our communities and are currently recruiting a Project Worker for our Choices for Change project.
We are seeking an experienced and highly motivated individual from a community development background to support the Project Coordinator in delivering Choices for Change. The project supports people who are lonely and socially isolated and is built around a 10 week personal development course delivered in partnership with Glasgow Kelvin College.
Responsibilities include delivering life-skills training to course participants as well as assisting in the recruitment of course participants, assessment of training needs and project monitoring. An additional responsibility will be enabling participants to shape course content to match their needs and aspirations.
You will have relevant community development experience, preferably gained in a similar environment, have excellent communication skills and the ability to manage your own workload. You will have a full current driving licence.
In return, we offer an excellent package including a competitive salary, a Defined Contribution Pension Scheme, 25 days annual leave plus 15 public holidays pro-rata.
Thenue aims to be an equal opportunities employer.
Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living’s successful Open Door Programme now has a number of fixed term Trainee Admin Assistant jobs available. These posts will be based within various Housing Associations around Glasgow. We are now recruiting for disabled people who live in the Glasgow City Council area to take part in this fantastic opportunity.
GCIL Open Door offers disabled people:
A 39 week contract of employment, 16 hours a week paid at Glasgow Living Wage (currently £9.00/hour)
To apply for these vacancies you must be a disabled person or have a long term health condition and be in receipt of a relevant benefit (ESA, DLA/ PIP or Universal Credit with a Capability to Work element).
Due to our funding criteria, preference will be given to Wheatley Group customers who live within the Glasgow City Council area.
We are looking for a highly motivated Universal Credit Officer to join our fast based & dynamic professional family. Always working to our core values of being kind, honest, friendly and fair we provide a high standard of service to all our customers (tenants and landlords alike), ensuring quality by investing in the team’s expertise and always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.
Due to the growth of our Social Business Group we are currently looking to recruit a Universal Credit Officer with experience supporting vulnerable adults to join our Tenancy Support Team. This post will be based in Bridgeton, Glasgow and will involve travel around Greater Glasgow and Ayrshire to provide person-centred support to our tenants in their homes and at appointments.
You will play a key role in helping us support our tenants through providing innovative person centred support and excellent customer service to help them sustain their tenancies in happy, stable homes.
To find out more, please download the Job Description below.