Church House, Bridgeton

Charity registered in Scotland SC039112

Church House, Bridgeton [SCIO] is a registered charity that aims to help children, young people and their families in the Inner East End of Glasgow find fullness of life, physically, mentally, spiritually, emotionally and socially.

Current vacancies

Programme Leader (weekends)

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th January 2019

Summary:

We are seeking a part time Programme Leader to lead and deliver our exciting and varied activity programme for children and young people at weekends from our purpose-built building and outwith. This post will offer a wide range of experiences for young people including development of new skills, access to new opportunities and the chance to explore the outdoors.

Role:

We are looking for a motivated and creative team player to lead on the delivery of a programme of activities at weekends for children and young people

Applicants should have significant experience in leading groups (experience leading in an outdoor environment is desirable) and in planning and working with a team of volunteers. A good understanding of issues faced by children and young people in areas of urban deprivation, the ability to relate to those who face these issues and to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues and partner organisations.

The successful applicant will be required to be(come) a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

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This vacancy has now closed

Health & Wellbeing Youth Worker

  • Full time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th September 2018

We are looking for an experienced, motivated and creative team player to lead groups with a specific focus on supporting the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of young people accessing the project, planning and working with a team of volunteers.

Applicants should have significant experience in leading groups; have a good understanding of health & wellbeing issues faced by children, young people and families in areas of urban deprivation, the ability to relate to those who face these issues and to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues and partner organisations.

A requirement of the role is that the post holder will work towards completion of their COSCA Certificate in Counselling skills if applicants do not already hold this qualification

The successful applicant will be required to be(come) a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Scheme and the appointment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Scheme Disclosure.

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