Rosemount Development Trust are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Community Engagement Officer to deliver an exciting pilot project, increasing access to cycling and promoting active travel in North East Glasgow.
As the ‘Equality Cycles’ Community Engagement Officer, you will be working in partnership with a skilled Bike Mechanic who will be employed by St Paul’s Youth Forum. Together you will work with local schools and organisations to deliver this rewarding new project which will see the distribution of free bicycles to children and young people. We are looking for an individual with experience in youth work or community engagement who has a passion for cycling, to work with partners to identify young people for participation, coordinate distribution of bikes and manage tracking and reporting. Excellent people skills and a passion for working with young people are essential as you will be required to build ongoing relationships with participants.
Project management experience is preferred, and as this is a new project, we need someone who can take the initiative and who isn’t afraid to get stuck in!
The successful candidate will be based in Royston and will be required to undergo a PVG check.
This position is funded through the Transport for Scotland until 16/08/2022.
For more information please see attached Job Description or contact Gregor Henderson via email@example.com or 01415 521 199 or 07414 516 296
Rosemount Development Trust (RDT) is a local charity set up in 1989 to foster community regeneration and to alleviate poverty and unemployment in Royston, Glasgow.
The Trust manages workspace resources at Rosemount Business Park on a full-time basis, with profits reinvested back into the community via a small grant making system, donations and in kind provision.
As lead organisation of the Royston Strategy Group, RDT is currently engaged in a number of regeneration initiatives, including greening and mural projects, community social enterprises and continual exploration of the community ownership of local assets.
We are on the search for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our growing Development Team and to:
We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic and experienced team member who can bring a proven track record of securing large grants/tenders and/or who has a wealth of relationships with a wide range of Scotland’s stakeholders, (including Local and National Government, public bodies, housing associations and 3rd sector organisations), across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Housing Health, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work). A confident and capable individual they will support our Leadership team to be a public face for Impact Arts.
Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals. It may be that you are able to support us with all of our development needs – but we also recognise that you may have significant experience & proven results by being more of a specialist. It is important to us that we recruit an individual with vitality and who can hit the ground running straight away. Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits,