Possibilities for Each and Every Kid
Possibilities for Each and Every Kid

Charity registered in Scotland SC030814

PEEK- Possibilities For Each and Every Kid is an award winning children and young people’s charity operating across Glasgow since October 2000. The organisation was initially founded by a local minister – Rev. Irene Bristow, St Thomas Gallowgate Church in response to the deprivation in the area, and the lack of opportunities for youngsters. For over 18 years: We have contributed to improving the lives of children and young people; We have witnessed first-hand youngsters achieve goals, have aspirations and increase their life expectations and have become an established part of the communities we serve, supporting thousands. Our mission: ‘ Is to improve the life chances of children and young people by unlocking their potential and journeying alongside them, as they Play, Create and Thrive’. Benefits: People are at the heart of everything we do and below outlines some of our team benefits: We have a generous holiday entitlement of 20 days holiday a year plus 14 days public holiday. We also close the office over the Christmas period giving staff an extra 3 days as a special thank you for working hard throughout the year. We offer, to all staff, an auto enrolment pension scheme with Aviva. We contribute 6% of staff salary. We believe that staff should be encouraged to think positively about their personal training and development needs. All staff are entitled to two days paid leave to volunteer or undertake personal development.

Current vacancies

Young Volunteer Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £23,698 – £25,440
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 12th December 2018

To co-ordinate and provide inclusive volunteering, training opportunities and access to accredited awards within PEEK’s THRIVE Programme for young people aged 14-25 to broaden horizons, empower young people to take the lead and support them to reach positive destinations.

PEEK- Possibilities For Each and Every Kid is an award winning children and young people’s charity operating across Glasgow since October 2000. The organisation was initially founded by a local minister – Rev. Irene Bristow, St Thomas Gallowgate Church in response to the deprivation in the area, and the lack of opportunities for youngsters.

For over 18 years: We have contributed to improving the lives of children and young people; We have witnessed first-hand youngsters achieve goals, have aspirations and increase their life expectations and have become an established part of the communities we serve, supporting thousands.

Our mission: ‘ Is to improve the life chances of children and young people by unlocking their potential and journeying alongside them, as they Play, Create and Thrive’.

Staff Benefits:

People are at the heart of everything we do and below outlines some of our team benefits:

• We have a generous holiday entitlement of 20 days holiday a year plus 14 days public holiday. We also close the office over the Christmas period giving staff an extra 3 days as a special thank you for working hard throughout the year.

• We offer, to all staff, an auto enrolment pension scheme with Aviva. We contribute 6% of staff salary.

• We believe that staff should be encouraged to think positively about their personal training and development needs. All staff are entitled to two days paid leave to volunteer or undertake

personal development.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Play Programme Manager

  • Full time
  • £27,668 – £30,785
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

• The day-to-day operational management of the Play Programme and its people

• Sourcing and writing funding applications

• Managing, developing and maintaining an effective monitoring and evaluation system for the Play Programme

• Maintaining effective working relationships with relevant organisations

• Overseeing the Play Programme budget

• Ensuring active social media engagement in relation to the Play Programme

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

Support the planning and facilitation of engaging weekly structured workshops and sessions embracing a youth led approach

Listen to the wants and needs of participants to ensure the projects are tailored, accessible, relevant and that young people are empowered to share their views

Work with young people to plan a sharing/event/exhibition/campaign to showcase their findings

Regularly communicate with young people via social media platforms

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This vacancy has now closed

Young Activists Project Facilitator

  • Part time
  • £20,475 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

Plan, deliver and facilitate engaging structured workshops and sessions (4 x 12 week projects)

Support young people to identify and tackle local social issues embracing a youth led approach

Engage with external partners and organisations as necessary

Support young people to achieve accredited awards including Youth Achievement Awards

Work with young people to plan a sharing/event/exhibition/campaign to showcase their findings

Contribute to quarterly internal reports and funding reports

Use social media to communicate with young people and showcase their achievements to the wider public

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This vacancy has now closed

Participatory Arts Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £15,163 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

· Plan, Develop, Coordinate and Deliver Shine and Music Hub Projects

· Line manage freelance artists as required for projects

· Gather and input Monitoring and evaluation on both projects

· Contribute to quarterly internal reports and funding reports

· Ensure there is an active and positive social media coverage of all Create and PEEK activities

· Apply for small funding grants and support PEEK’s wider fundraising activities

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This vacancy has now closed

Top job! Head of Operations

  • Full time
  • £32,778 – £35,662
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

· Oversee the day to day operational management of the organisation and its people including quality assurance

· Develop and maintain operational policy and procedures

· Manage, develop and maintain an effective monitoring and evaluation system across PEEK

· Research, source and write funding applications

· Lead on Marketing and Communications across the operational programmes

· Oversee the organisational budget and spend.

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This vacancy has now closed

Administration Assistant

  • Part time
  • £17,062 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

• Provide Clerical and Administration support to PEEK Senior Leadership Team

• Support PEEK social media communications

• Deliver general word processing duties, taking and distribution of minutes, operation and maintenance of office equipment

• Support the Finance and Marketing Manager in financial processes

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This vacancy has now closed

Young Volunteers Support Worker

  • Part time
  • £20,475 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th August 2018

This is an exciting time for the charity as we continue to grow and develop responding to the changing needs of our communities. As a result of a recent restructure and successful funding we have 5 new roles and 2 existing roles vacant.

We are looking for a number of self-motivated, organised and passionate individuals to join our established team.

• Support the recruitment and training of young people aged 14-25 to volunteer in communities across Glasgow

• Coordinate volunteer timetables and communicate this with PEEK Play and Create teams

• Support young volunteers to achieve accredited awards including Youth Achievement Awards

• Record and monitor volunteer hours, training diaries and progress in line with individual Personal Development Plans

• Contribute to quarterly internal reports and funding reports

• Use social media to communicate with volunteers and showcase their achievements to the wider public

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