West Of Scotland Housing Association Ltd
West Of Scotland Housing Association Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC018486

West of Scotland Housing Association is a dynamic social housing provider with a unique history and vision for the future. We are passionate about delivering exceptional services to our tenants. We also want to help make a positive contribution to the lives of those people living in the communities. West of Scotland Housing Association and its subsidiary company Willowacre Trust overarching aims and outcomes are to tackle the social and economic issues within the communities it serves.

Current vacancies

HR & Corporate Services Officer

  • Full time
  • £32,111 – £35,260
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 20th November 2018

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) strives to be more than just a landlord. With over 50 years of history, what sets us apart is the way in which we go further to improve the lives of our tenants, innovatively responding to their needs as their lives change. We provide around 3,500 homes across the West of Scotland and go further to provide housing you can call home.

We are looking for a qualified and experienced HR & Corporate Services Officer who will manage the day to day Human Resources/ Organisation Development and Corporate Services functions for WSHA and Willowacre Trust, our charitable subsidiary.

With at least 3 years’ experience at HR Assistant or Advisor level you will report to the Head of Corporate Services and ensure the effective and efficient day to day running of Corporate Services function; including performance reporting, policy review and data protection. You will also support the Head of Corporate Services to develop and implement the People Strategy.

You will also lead and support organisational project work as required e.g. Healthy Working Lives, Go Green Project and provide administration for all health and safety matters relating to office based staff.

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Corporate Services Assistant

  • Full time
  • £23,904 – £26,566
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 20th November 2018

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) strives to be more than just a landlord. With over 50 years of history, what sets us apart is the way in which we go further to improve the lives of our tenants, innovatively responding to their needs as their lives change. We provide around 3,500 homes across the West of Scotland and go further to provide housing you can call home.

We are looking for a Corporate Services Assistant with excellent organisational and administrative skills who will provide effective administrative support to the Corporate Services functions including HR and Organisational Development.

With experience of providing administrative support, you will report to the HR & Corporate Services Officer to provide administrative support across all Corporate Services activities including accurate record keeping. You will also undertake administration of the Risk Management System and assist with risk management reporting and assist in the preparation of performance reports and statistics.

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Community Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,536
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 9th July 2018

Funded by the Big Lottery Fund we are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Community Worker who will proactively support, promote, and deliver Community engagement within the Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie Thriving Places initiative. The successful candidate with facilitate the delivery of meaningful community engagement activities which support the communities of Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie. The Community Worker will play a key role in building confidence and maximising community capacity to improve local skills alongside supporting resilience and strengthening the community voice. This community engagement role interlinks with the priorities identified by the locality plan.

This post would suit someone with experienced in delivering high quality Community Engagement Services. This post requires excellent communication skills and the experience of working collaboratively with local residents and communities. The post also requires a strong team player and with a community focused approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Community Connector

  • Full time
  • £30,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 9th July 2018

Funded by Glasgow City Council and the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership on behalf of Glasgow Community Planning Partnership we are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Community Connector.

The Community Connector will proactively coordinate, promote, and deliver Community engagement within the Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie Thriving Places Project.

The Community Connector will have a proven track record of working directly with local people, be able to evidence partnership working and be able to demonstrate experience of supporting capacity building at both a strategic and operational level.

A requirement of the Community Connector is to support the development and implementation of the Thriving Places Action Plan for Parkhead / Dalmarnock which will contribute to the overall outcomes for locality planning.

This post would suit someone with experienced in delivering high quality Community Engagement Services both at strategic and operational levels. This post requires excellent communication skills and the experience of working collaboratively with local residents and communities. The post also requires a strong team player and with a customer focused approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Digital Participation Officer

  • Full time
  • £21,319
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th July 2018

We are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Digital Participation Officer who will proactively support, promote, develop and deliver a Digital Participation initiative to the communities we serve. The successful candidate with facilitate the delivery of meaningful digital participation activities which support Willowacre Trust/West of Scotland Housing Association tenants to access online services. Working directly with communities and partner organisations to develop and implement digital support projects.

This post would suit someone with experienced in implementing high quality Digital Support Services or similar projects. Along with excellent communication skills and the ability to organise and prioritise your workload, you should be a strong team player and have a customer focused approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Community Centre Assistant

  • Full time
  • £16,605
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th July 2018

If you are excited by the prospect of working in a community setting with diverse groups then we want to hear from you. We are seeking a welcoming and customer focused person who will work as part of a team to support the effect service delivery at our community centre. You should be flexible with great interpersonal skills, organised and have a passion for working with communities.

This post would suit someone who is practical with demonstrable customer service experience, a good understanding of the needs of communities who utilise a community centre and the ability to communicate well with people of all ages and backgrounds.

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This vacancy has now closed

Money Advice Officer

  • Full time
  • £21,319
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 7th August 2018

West of Scotland Housing Association is a dynamic social housing provider with a unique history and vision for the future. We are passionate about delivering exceptional services to our tenants. We also want to help make a positive contribution to the lives of those people living in the communities. West of Scotland Housing Association and its subsidiary company Willowacre Trust overarching aims and outcomes are to tackle the social and economic issues within the communities it serves.

The Money Advice Officer will proactively assist in supporting, promoting, developing and delivering West of Scotland Housing Association’s and Willowacre Trust’s supporting communities strategy. The Money Advice Officer will offer support to vulnerable individuals and families who are residing in the communities served by West of Scotland Housing Association. The Money Advice Officer will support vulnerable individuals and families by delivering one to one interventions focusing on debt management and budgeting advice.

We are looking for a Money Advice Officer with excellent communication skills who is flexible, able to organise and prioritise their workload and has experience of delivering money advice services. The ability to work as part of a small team is essential as is a customer centred approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Community Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,536
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd August 2018

West of Scotland Housing Association is a dynamic social housing provider with a unique history and vision for the future. We are passionate about delivering exceptional services to our tenants. We also want to help make a positive contribution to the lives of those people living in the communities. West of Scotland Housing Association and its subsidiary company Willowacre Trust overarching aims and outcomes are to tackle the social and economic issues within the communities it serves.

Funded by the Big Lottery Fund we are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Community Worker who will proactively support, promote, and deliver Community engagement within the Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie Thriving Places initiative. The successful candidate with facilitate the delivery of meaningful community engagement activities which support the communities of Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie. The Community Worker will play a key role in building confidence and maximising community capacity to improve local skills alongside supporting resilience and strengthening the community voice. This community engagement role interlinks with the priorities identified by the locality plan.

This post would suit someone with experienced in delivering high quality Community Engagement Services. This post requires excellent communication skills and the experience of working collaboratively with local residents and communities. The post also requires a strong team player and with a community focused approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Community Connector

  • Full time
  • £30,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 1st October 2018

Funded by Glasgow City Council and the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership on behalf of Glasgow Community Planning Partnership and Clyde Gateway we are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Community Connector.

The Community Connector will proactively coordinate, promote, and deliver Community engagement within the Parkhead, Dalmarnock and Camlachie Thriving Places Project.

The Community Connector will have a proven track record of working directly with local people, be able to evidence partnership working and be able to demonstrate experience of supporting capacity building at both a strategic and operational level.

A requirement of the Community Connector is to support the development and implementation of the Thriving Places Action Plan for Parkhead / Dalmarnock which will contribute to the overall outcomes for locality planning.

This post would suit someone with experienced in delivering high quality Community Engagement Services both at strategic and operational levels. This post requires excellent communication skills and the experience of working collaboratively with local residents and communities. The post also requires a strong team player with a customer focused approach.

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This vacancy has now closed

Retirement Assistant

  • Part time
  • £19,680 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th October 2018

West of Scotland Housing Association is a dynamic social housing provider with a unique history and vision for the future. We are passionate about delivering exceptional services to our tenants. We also want to make a positive contribution impacting on the lives of our tenants and our communities. West of Scotland Housing Association and its subsidiary company Willowacre Trust overarching aims are to tackle the social and economic issues within our communities.

We are seeking someone with experience of working with older people within a housing setting. The Retirement Assistant will use a variety of approaches to engage with a diverse range of older people. The Retirement Assistant will establish friendly relations with tenants and encourage tenants to participate in decisions which affect them.

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