Charity registered in Scotland SC010373
Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) exists and works to promote equality; fight hate crime and discrimination; foster good relations and build partnerships in the Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council areas.
Central Scotland Regional Equality Council is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to lead the organisation, oversee current projects and shape the future of the organisation as a leader in the field of equality and human rights work in Forth Valley.
This is a challenging but highly rewarding role, providing you with an exciting opportunity to be creative, lead service transformation, engage with communities, respond to the communities and promote equalities with the involvement of residents and other stakeholders.
You will have experience of advising and working with a Management Board of Directors, managing a diverse team, working with funders, government and public bodies, working in or with the Third Sector with a demonstrable commitment to equality work and combating all forms of discrimination.
Alongside developing and guiding the staff team, you will be responsible for delivering and developing high quality projects and services for all who live, work, study and visit the areas of Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils.
We offer a competitive salary, flexible working, and generous annual leave entitlement.
If you have a passion for equality, human rights and anti-discrimination work, building relationships, drive and creativity along with the relevant expertise, and want to join our committed, hard-working and ambitious team then please consider applying to join us.
Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) invites applications for the position of Equality Engagement Officer for our Equality in the Community project. The successful candidate will be required to support, develop and achieve key outcomes for the Equality in the Community project funded by the Scottish Government’s Equality Unit and administered by Impact Funding Partners. This is an ongoing project that started in July 2017.
Aims of the Post:
To deliver the key outcomes of the Equality in the Community Project as agreed with the Scottish Government’s Equality Unit. The agreed outcomes are:
Individuals from ethnic minority communities, LGBTI persons and persons with disabilities will experience less discrimination and will have reduced barriers to participation in civil society.
People covered by hate crime legislation experience lower levels of hate crime.
People and communities are supported to participate in and engage with services and civic society; their contribution is recognised and community cohesion is increased