Bellshill YMCA
Bellshill YMCA

Charity registered in Scotland SC014426

Bellshill and Mossend YMCA is a leading edge and award winning community charity committed to working in partnership with our community – especially with young and/or marginalised members of society. We provide support and quality programmes aimed at social, physical and spiritual development.

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Project Operations Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,041 – £32,061
  • Bellshill
  • Closing 9th October 2020

Bellshill and Mossend YMCA are looking to recruit a dynamic and engaging Project Operations Manager with excellent communication, management, leadership, and coaching skills and will have a commitment to delivering a high-quality service in line with our mission and values. You will play a central role in the development of our projects, working closely with the Bellshill and Mossend community and bordering communities as well as wider networks and key partners to ensure they influence and shape our ongoing strategic development. As well as this you will be responsible for a current team of 3 Project Co-ordinators and their direct reports and have the capacity to grow this team as projects are developed.

Our organisation was founded in 1907, Based in Bellshill it delivers a range of high-quality services for young people in its area of operation and is recognised as an exemplar youth organisation.

Our current projects include –

Pathways to Confidence – In partnership with COVEY Befriending and funded by the Big lottery and William Grant, this project focuses on ensuring positive long-term outcomes for young people aged between 8-14.

EEI/Plus One/Befriending – Funded by North Lanarkshire Council, this project works with young people aged 8-16 in North Lanarkshire who are experiencing social isolation, anti-social behaviour, and poor engagement at school. The Plus One and EEI aspect of the project seeks to divert children and young people away from offending.

Sharing Our Success (SOS)/Y-Family Works – Funded by Robertson’s Trust this project was set up to support young people aged 8-15 and their families affected by substance misuse.

The overall objective of the organisation is to become fully embedded in the community by seeking representation and playing an active role in community planning and community life – developing as a Community Anchor.

Our values are based around our version of the SHANARRI Indicators –

  • Safe
  • Honest
  • Accountable
  • Non-judgemental
  • Adaptable
  • Respected
  • Resourceful
  • Inspire

Which have formed our mission statement –

  • To create a SAFE space for children, young people and families of every denomination
  • Where HONESTY is key to every interaction
  • Where we take ACCOUNTABILITY for our actions and decisions and those of our team
  • An environment that is NON-JUDGEMENTAL and puts children, young people and families first
  • That can ADAPT to an ever-changing environment and circumstances
  • Where everyone is RESPECTED as equals
  • An organisation that is RESOURCEFUL and able to produce positive outcomes in challenging circumstances
  • Create a community that is INSPIRED to be the best that it can be

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