Tullochan is a youth development charity, based primarily in West Dunbartonshire, providing a range of projects and services aimed at helping young people lead full and rewarding lives and supporting them to achieve their full potential.
Tullochan provides support to young people aged 5-25 and their families through Youth Development programmes, Outdoor Learning and Health and Wellbeing Activities delivered in schools and from our Tullochan Training Academy in Alexandria. Our established Social Enterprises - ‘The Common Good’ café, ‘Fashion Fix’ and ‘The Design House’ provide real-life training opportunities for young people and a long-term pathway towards financial sustainability.
Now more than ever, young people need tailored and intensive support to help overcome the barriers preventing them from progressing positively into adulthood. We have ambitious plans to increase the targeted and tailored support and scope of opportunities for young people and families in need across West Dunbartonshire and surrounding areas.
Purpose of Role:
In this exciting new role, you will support fundraising through identifying funding opportunities and preparation of funding applications, forge relationships with a broad spectrum of income streams to facilitate growth of the charity. Communications is a key aspect of this role as the successful applicant will be lead on the organisation's social media and digital platforms and support the organisation’s Social Enterprise ventures through promotion and brand messaging.
The aim of this work is to:
Skills and Experience
This role requires experience in:
Responsible to: Operations Manager
We can offer you:
Cordale Housing Association are welcoming applications from enthusiastic and skilled individuals who are passionate and committed to making a meaningful difference for tenants, service users and the wider Renton community.
Cordale Housing Association is an award-winning organisation who has made a significant impact in the area through the provision of almost 500 new homes to replace the previous poor housing, which has immeasurably improved the lives of residents in the area. In addition, we have established a community garden, provided local job opportunities, developed housing for older people along with the provision of support to remain independent and have participated in a host of other local services which engage and benefit the local community.
It's an exciting time to join the Cordale management committee. We have completed a transformation programme, resulting in significantly improved performance and services, and we’re now mapping a strategy for further improvements.
Cordale management committee members are an essential and valued part of the organisation. The team is required to give good independent judgement and sound management of Cordale to deliver excellent outcomes for tenants and service users.
We welcome applications from a range of backgrounds and experience. You will have a genuine interest and commitment to social housing, putting our customers at the centre of everything we do to continue delivering on our mission of providing sustainable homes, flexible services and vibrant communities.
We are particularly keen to hear from individuals with knowledge and skills in the following areas:
We are committed to equality and diversity and welcome approaches fromallsections of the community.
What can we offer?
This is a voluntary, unpaid position but management committee members can claim travel and other expenses for attending meetings. We also offer management committee members a training programme (both in-person and e-learning) and encourage them to develop their knowledge and leadership skills by attending various events and joining group sub-committees.
You will need to commit to attending 10 management committee meetings per year. These meetings are usually held in the early evening. In addition, you will be expected to take part in annual skills development and training provided by the Association to support you in your role as a management committee member.
If you share our values and have the time and expertise to support us in our efforts as a sector leading organisation, making a positive difference to people’s lives, we would love to hear from you.
This is an exciting job role for you to bring your experience, knowledge and management skills to lead this young charity forward over the next two years.
Your role will be to develop, implement and to deliver our Active Travel Hub and Weekend Events project and manage the staff team. This will include working with and alongside the community, community organisations and statutory bodies. As a key member of the team, you will be expected to contribute to the strategic direction of VOLT through consultation, development and business planning in conjunction with the Management Committee.
The successful candidate will manage and develop the current projects as well as working towards sustainable activities for the long term benefit of The Vale of Leven Trust.
Please see job description for full details.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who share our values (Kind, Passionate and Creative) to join our service accommodating and supporting people experiencing homelessness and empowering them to thrive.
Duties will include the following:
• Vacuuming of communal areas;
• Washing of non-carpeted floors;
• Cleaning of communal toilets, showers and bathrooms;
• Cleaning bins;
• Cleaning void rooms and flats
• Monthly washing (or as required) of skirting boards and paintwork to be washed monthly (fortnightly or as required in the kitchen;
• Fortnightly (or as required) washing of areas around fridges and cookers – this will involve pulling these appliances out and the areas around them;
• At least fortnightly cleaning of all cookers and ovens; appliances should also be inspected weekly and cleaned if required
• Adhering to risk management
• Health & Safety within all buildings
Shifts will be Monday 10-1, Wednesday 10-1 and Friday 10-2