Charity registered in Scotland SC040551
Southwest Community Transport was founded in 2009. Following the pandemic our board needs to expand to ensure that the organisation continues to grow and meet demand for our services.
We currently have vacancies for Volunteer Trustees to join our board.
We are a registered charity working with local communities to provide free transport to and from healthcare settings and also a range of minibus transport tailored to meet the needs of local people.
The board normally meet on a quarterly basis with additional sub-committee meetings throughout the year.
Knowledge of the voluntary sector is desirable but not essential. We are particularly looking for individuals with financial/ accounting acumen as our Honorary Treasurer is currently stepping down. We would also would like to attract a number of other people, who might have a range of life skills and experiences and who also want to support our aims including:
We aim to be an inclusive organisation and would like to have a diverse Board so we particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups.
Established in 2009, South West Community Transport is a successful, small voluntary organisation and registered Scottish charity based in the south of Glasgow that provides inclusive transport services to a range of community organisations, vulnerable patients and other clients across the city.
We are looking for a new Service Manager to take on the day to day running and development of the operation. If you are successful in gaining this position you will have an opportunity to contribute to SWCT’s future growth and development, whilst also developing your own learning, professional knowledge and skills.
If you have the appropriate qualifications and/or relevant experience to fulfil this important position, we would love to hear from you.
PVG membership, or willingness to become at member with an enhanced level check is essential. A driving licence is required.
Would you like to join our small team of dedicated staff delivering wheelchair accessible minibuses for hire to constituted groups and organisations in Glasgow. We also operate a Patient Transport Service and Weekly Hoppa-Shoppa Service for those who are elderly, have mobility issues and those who struggle to use public transport.
You must be eligible to drive a minibus (holding a D1 Licence) and have a clean driving licence. Good timekeeping and reliability are essential. South West Community Transport will be open during daytime hours Monday-Friday, with some occasional requirements for weekend or evening work. Please note that the hours for this role are 16 per week and you may be required to do split shifts, covering the morning and afternoon transport arrangements.
This post is subject to PVG Scheme Record/Update