Cassiltoun Housing Association
Cassiltoun Housing Association

Charity registered in Scotland SC035544

We aim to enhance the quality of life of our clients and to regenerate and sustain our community through housing-led and resident controlled initiatives.

Current vacancies

Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 30th September 2021

We are currently recruiting new board members to join our Cassiltoun Trust Board of Management.

Being part of our Board is an excellent opportunity to be involved in making a real difference to our customers and communities and to be engaged in the economic, environmental and social regeneration of Castlemilk.

Cassiltoun Trust is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cassiltoun Housing Association and was set up to regenerate Castlemilk Stables and oversee the management of the building whose purpose was to provide space for local business alongside opportunities for community use. Since its inception the Trust has broadened its area of operation and has taken an active role in the regeneration of the local woodland as well as working alongside (and taking in lead role) in various collaborative projects with other local partners.

Cassiltoun Trust is recognised as a successful example of a Community Development Trust as it is:

  • Community based, owned and led
  • Engaged in the economic, environmental and social regeneration of Castlemilk
  • Works in partnership with local interest groups and other private, voluntary, and public sector organisations
  • Self-sufficient and not for profit.

For more information on what we do and the projects we have been involved in please visit our website cassiltountrust.org.uk

Interested applicants should have a genuine passion for social regeneration and at least one of the following:

  • Third Sector/Charity Experience
  • Experience of being on a Board or working with a Board
  • Experience in Community Development/Community Involvement (Paid or Voluntary)
  • Links with the Castlemilk area and an interest in the work of the Trust
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