We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.
The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:
The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.
We are looking for a team player who can innovate, develop and lead. We are looking for someone who is not only able to re-establish the local café as a business, but shares our vision to see the Café located firmly in community well-being and connection.
We currently have start-up funding to re-open the Café in Ruchazie Church building, but we want to do more than just offer food.
Funding is available for 6 months to help get café side of the project up and running, with the expectation that the role would become self-funding through the cafe income after this period.
We are looking for team players who can innovate, develop and lead our Youth and Creative Projects - people who can build a strong team of volunteers to explore the themes of faith, identity and creativity. We want our building to become the creative hub of our community as a result of the work done. We want people who are passionate about faith and who believes that Jesus can change any person’s life.
We want someone who has experience and passion in using the Creative Arts to engage with a range of ages and stages across the community.
We also are looking for someone with a heart for young people, recognising the interaction of spiritual, emotional, physical and mental health, able to develop relationships and create programmes that address all of these.
It may be that these posts could be filled by the same person – we are open to that.