St. Paul's Youth Forum
St. Paul's Youth Forum

Charity registered in Scotland SC042570

Established in 1997, St Paul’s Youth Forum (Scottish Charity no SC042570) works with young people and our local community in the north east of Glasgow to provide a wide range of opportunities. We run a range of activities from a youth radio station to a fresh fruit and veg barra, to weekly wood-fired pizza nights. Our ‘Blackhill’s Growing’ project is open to everyone from the local community and was set up in autumn 2015 following demand from the young people we work with. We enable local people to move beyond foodbanks by growing, cooking and eating together.

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On Bikes Pilot Project Mechanic

  • Part time
  • £26,000 pro-rata
  • Royston, Germiston, Blackhill in Glasgow
  • Closing 20th October 2021

St Paul’s Youth Forum are seeking a passionate and committed individual to help us kick-start a cycling revolution in the North East of Glasgow!

As the On Bikes Pilot Project Mechanic you will be working in partnership with a Community Development Worker who will be employed by Rosemount Development Trust. Together you will work with local schools and organisations to deliver this exciting new project. We are looking for an experienced individual who has a passion for cycling, to provide free bikes to young people of school age who can't afford them, so that every child in Scotland leaves school able to cycle safely. Strong communication and people skills are essential for this role as you will be working with young people to set them up to be able to cycle to and from school.

As this is a new project, we need someone who can take the initiative and who isn’t afraid to get stuck in!

This position is funded through the Transport for Scotland until 16/08/2022.

For more information please see attached Job Description or contact Ben Raw via ben@stpaulsyouthforum.co.uk or 0141 770 8559 / 07874 058504

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On Bikes Community Development Worker

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Hogganfield and Blackhill, Glasgow
  • Closing 11th August 2022

St Paul’s Youth Forum are seeking a passionate and committed individual to help us kick-start a cycling revolution at the Seven Lochs Hogganfield Loch. St Paul’s have gained funding to start and run a bike repair shop/hire venue.

As the On Bikes Community Development Worker you will be working to support apprentice bike mechanics thrive and learn in a supportive atmosphere. You will also have a public facing role in which you will engage with the local community in how best to support them use active transport as a way of moving around the City.

Strong communication and people skills are essential for this role as you will be working with young people to set them up to be able to cycle to and from school.

As this is a new project, we need someone who can take the initiative and who isn’t afraid to get stuck in!

This position is funded through the Rank foundation for 6 months from the start of employment.

For more information please see attached Job Description or contact Ben Raw via ben@stpaulsyouthforum.co.uk or 0141 770 8559 / 07874 058504.

Organisation profile:

Established in 1997, St Paul’s Youth Forum works with young people in the north east of Glasgow to provide a wide range of opportunities for their growth and development. We run a wide range of activities from a youth radio station to weekly pizza nights.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

On Bikes Apprentice Bike Mechanic

  • Part time
  • £18,000 pro-rata
  • St Paul’s Youth Forum and Seven Lochs/Hogganfield Loch
  • Closing 25th August 2022

St Paul’s Youth Forum are seeking a passionate and committed individual to help us kick-start a cycling revolution at the Seven Lochs Hogganfield Loch. St Paul’s have gained funding to start and run a bike repair shop/hire venue.

As the On Bikes Apprentice Bike Mechanic you will be leaning or refining skills to repair and maintain bikes. You will have the chance to go through training that will give you an industry standard qualification. You will then be supported by a community engagement officer and experienced and trained bike mechanic to use these skills in a bike hub at the Hogganfield Loch. You will help a community development officer to lend out bikes for a small fee, talking to the public to gain interest in the project.

As this is a new project, we need someone who isn’t afraid to get stuck in, learn and have fun!

This position is funded through the Rank foundation for 6 months from the start of employment.

For more information please see attached Job Description or contact Ben Raw via ben@stpaulsyouthforum.co.uk or 0141 770 8559 / 07874 058504.

Organisation profile:

Established in 1997, St Paul’s Youth Forum works with young people in the north east of Glasgow to provide a wide range of opportunities for their growth and development. We run a wide range of activities from a youth radio station to weekly pizza nights.

Shortlist