New Rhythms For Glasgow
New Rhythms For Glasgow

Charity registered in Scotland SC026957

New Rhythms For Glasgow is the wee charity with a big heart. A grassroots organisation, who has served North Glasgow for over 20 Years

Current vacancies

Project Coordinator X 2

  • Part time
  • £29,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th June 2023

Responsibilities and accountabilities

1. Recruit, develop and manage community volunteers and other project staff.

2. Coordinate design, development, delivery and evaluation of our older adult project in Sighthill.

3. Identify and respond to community needs, assets, partnerships and opportunities in Springburn and Sighthill.

4. Provide strengths-based and person-centred services and supports to older adults engaged in the project.

5. Identify and pursue funding and partnership opportunities.

6. Ensure that all confidential and personal information is recorded, stored, shared and destroyed in line with NRFG’s GDPR policy.

7. Ensure that all NRFG petty cash is managed in line with our policy and procedure.

8. Ensure that any issues in relation to health and safety, food hygiene, and safeguarding are reported to management immediately. This must be communicated both verbally and in writing to ensure that it has been received.

9. Contribute to a clean and tidy office/building.

10. Adhere to the lone working policy.

11. Liaise with stakeholders and contacts, to ensure that NRFG is supported and developed.

12. Support the manager with the agreed marketing strategy – assist with social media maintenance.

13. Participate in any relevant training and development opportunities.

14. Adhere to the content of the staff handbook at all times.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Assistant Manager

  • Part time
  • £29,000 pro-rata
  • Sighthill, Glasgow
  • Closing 7th May 2023

We are looking for an experienced Assistant Manager to join our small team in Sighthill, Glasgow. You will support the Service Manager to ensure the smooth design, delivery, development and evaluation of our charity programme. You will assist with managing the operational aspects of our creative hub in Sighthill. You will assist with the recruitment, support and management of volunteers and staff. You will assist with finance management and fundraising. You will assist with marketing and advertising, as well as networking and establishing/maintaining effective partnerships.

The successful candidate will have experience of managing a busy office/service/project, including the development of administration systems, recent experience of supervising staff, including sessional workers, and be proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook and Publisher) and social media.

A full Job Description is available for download below.