Charity registered in Scotland SC049135
To support Community InfoSource’s (CIS) Board in directing the work of the organisation, assisting with taking forward its strategic vision and plans for the future, building in sustainability and developing quality standards for all involved while increasing CIS’s public profile.
We are a well respected charity, working since 2006 to support asylum seekers, refugees and others. We particularly focus on access to rights and improving lives.
Building on earlier successes, we now wish to employ a CEO to consolidate the organisation, support its sustainability and to help us use our unique knowledge to make positive change.
Funders believe in us – if you have the knowledge and experience to help us develop further we are looking for YOU!
Place of work: CIS office at Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS. Mainly working from home during Covid-19 restrictions. Hours of work: 28 hours a week, to be agreed, Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm, with time off in lieu for occasional evening or weekend working
Purpose of the post
To develop, plan and coordinate all activities of CIS’s new Wellbeing Project; to manage and support staff and their work with volunteers on the project; to ensure monitoring, evaluation and reporting to funders; ensure the sustainability of the Project by fundraising; to report to the Project Planning Group and CIS Board as required.
Job Description, Person Specification & application form with this page or on our website infosource.org.uk/jobs.html
Community InfoSource has been working, since 2006, with marginalised people to overcome the barriers they face to integration, and supporting them to put their own ideas into action. Five of our seven directors came here as refugees and the others have worked in this field.
Our other main projects are Challenging Violence Against Women and Women & Asylum Seeker Housing Project.