Outside The Box (Scotland)
Outside The Box (Scotland)

Charity registered in Scotland SC035317

Outside the Box provides community development support to groups and individuals who want to start something new or sustain something that will be of benefit to their community. We also work with people across Scotland on national projects.


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P/T Team Administrator

  • Part time
  • £20,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 2nd March 2020

We’re looking for a new team member.

We are recruiting someone who will help the work that Outside The Box does, by helping to get us organised.

We are a team of around 20 spread across Scotland – from the Borders to Moray. We have an office in Dunkeld but our main base is in The Whisky Bond, Glasgow.

We work on a diverse range of community development projects supporting people who are affected by disadvantage or who feel that they do not have a voice.

Many of our team our homeworkers, and those that are based in the office work part-time. We are therefore looking to employ someone to be a constant source of support for the entire team, and who can keep things running smoothly in the office in order to ensure that we are able to support communities to the best of our ability.

We have a Communications Coordinator and a Finance Coordinator who you will support with specific tasks related to their roles. However, you will also be supporting our Chief Executive as well as our community development advisors and community workers in their work on various different projects.

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Project Worker

  • Part time
  • £20,000 pro-rata
  • Home based in Falkirk area
  • Closing 12th March 2020

We’re looking to recruit someone to support our new Falkirk Food Connection project, funded by the Investing in Communities grant from the Scottish Government. The project has 2 strands which complement each other:

  1. Working with disadvantaged communities in the Falkirk area to deliver peer support around food activities, such as peer support sessions, cooking workshops, community eating opportunities.
  2. Working with existing local groups and organisations tackling food insecurity to enable connections between them.
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