Neighbourhood Networks
Neighbourhood Networks

Charity registered in Scotland SC028984

Neighbourhood Networks is a Charity based Voluntary sector organisation that provides support to vulnerable adults across Central Scotland.

Current vacancies

Network Manager (West Dunbartonshire & North Ayrshire)

  • Full time
  • £32,952
  • West Dunbartonshire and North Ayrshire
  • Closing 16th April 2021

Neighbourhood Networks is a registered Scottish Charity with 20 year’s experience of facilitating peer support networks with vulnerable adults across the Central Belt of Scotland.

Neighbourhood Networks encourages people to think about how they might come together to help each other. We work with people who may be isolated or at risk of isolation within their communities. This may be as a result of a learning disability, poor mental health, a physical disability, sensory impairment or as a result of a variety of other circumstances.

We currently have a vacancy for a Network Manager. The role involves the day to day management of up to 3 networks ensuring Community Living Workers provide a high standard of service to network members.

We are looking for a flexible, energetic and resilient person who is committed to the vision, mission and values of the organisation. The post holder will display a can do attitude and be passionate about supporting members of the network to achieve outcomes and their full potential with a focus on peer support and developing connections in the local communities where the network is based.


Community Living Worker

  • Part time
  • £19,519 pro-rata
  • East Kilbride
  • Closing 16th April 2021

You will be involved in supporting the development of local member networks alongside your manager ensuring members are supported to achieve positive life outcomes and lead the life they choose.

You will advocate for members, support and facilitate group activities, play a part in helping members utilise, share and develop their skills and promote active citizenship & social inclusion.

‘Together anything is possible’

Your Skills

  • You are creative, motivated and passionate.
  • Approachable and inclusive in your practice. Able to promote peer support


  • Be part of a passionate team working to promote active citizenship, independence and community spirit.
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • contributary pension
  • SSSC registration fee paid
  • Living wage employer
  • birthday off
  • work related expenses
  • continued learning and development opportunities
  • staff counselling service