St. Paul's Youth Forum
St. Paul's Youth Forum
Established in 1997, St Paul’s Youth Forum (Scottish Charity no SC042570) works with young people and our local community in the north east of Glasgow to provide a wide range of opportunities. We run a range of activities from a youth radio station to a fresh fruit and veg barra, to weekly wood-fired pizza nights. Our ‘Blackhill’s Growing’ project is open to everyone from the local community and was set up in autumn 2015 following demand from the young people we work with. We enable local people to move beyond foodbanks by growing, cooking and eating together.

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Digital Communication Officer

  • Full time
  • £16,926
  • Provanmill, Glasgow
  • Closing 26th October 2020

If you love all things social media and can bring fresh energy to our digital channels, we want to hear from you. You will be working with all spheres of St Paul’s Youth Forum to share stories of the exciting work that we do, with funders, donors, partners, and our local community.

This is an incredible opportunity for someone who is either starting out in their career, looking for a change of direction, or is currently under-employed.

The role will be funded through the Rank Foundation’s Time to Shine Leadership Programme, pending a successful second interview with a representative from the Rank Foundation.

The Rank Foundation’s Time to Shine Programme has been running for a decade. Each year a cohort of Time to Shine leaders are funded to develop their skills and talents within a charity or social enterprise that the Foundation supports. The programme’s distinctive culture incorporates a range of personal and professional development activities for the Time to Shine leader.

For more information please see attached Job Description or contact Melanie Hall via mel@stpaulsyouthforum.co.uk

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Established in 1997, St Paul’s Youth Forum (Scottish Charity no SC042570) works with young people and our local community in the north east of Glasgow to provide a wide range of opportunities. We run a range of activities from a youth radio station to a weekly three-course community meal, diversionary youth work 6 days a week to weekly wood-fired pizza nights.

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