Beith Community Development Trust
Beith Community Development Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC043155

We are a registered charity striving to improve the mental and physical health of our local community through the regeneration of our local area.

Current vacancies

Manager - Lend a Hand Project

  • Part time
  • £28,000 pro-rata
  • Beith, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 13th February 2023

Beith Trust is a North Ayrshire based charity working to improve the social, economic and environmental condition of Beith, Barrmill and the surrounding countryside for residents, visitors and nature alike. You will be responsible for improving systems, efficiency and the ‘bandwidth’ of the project as well as developing external links partnerships.

You will be accountable for the safety of volunteers, attendees and the quality and success of the project as well as line management of Project Leads, you will oversee project comms, health and safety, monitoring and evaluation and ensuring that delivery of activities is successful and safe. You will be responsible for evaluating delivery and project impact as well as the ongoing design of the project to ensure a high quality participant / customer / attendee experience. You will be required, at times, to work weekends and evenings.

As Lend a Hand Project Manager you will develop and improve our existing provision, line manage staff and ensure that our clients and volunteers experience a high quality service. You will expand the reach and develop networks and partnerships that deepen the impact for clients and the effectiveness of the service

The purpose of the job is

  • to develop the capacity of our existing provision
  • increase reach, efficiency and effectiveness,
  • manage and develop the capacity of project leads and volunteers
  • improve systems and procedures
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Operations Manager

  • Part time
  • £28,000 pro-rata
  • Beith, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 31st December 2022

As Geilsland Hall Operations Manager, you’ll keep our facility running smoothly, make sure everything is working well and guests are safe and comfortable. You’ll maximise generated income and drive the development of our products and people, creating and maintaining a memorable customer experience, and building awareness of Geilsland Estate within and beyond our community.

Beith Trust is a North Ayrshire based charity working to improve the social, economic and environmental condition of Beith, Barrmill and the surrounding countryside for residents, visitors and nature alike. . You will be responsible for evaluating delivery and impact as well as the ongoing design of the products to ensure a high quality participant / customer / attendee experience. You will be required, at times, to work weekends and evenings.

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People Engagement Officer

  • Part time
  • £28,000 pro-rata
  • Beith, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 31st December 2022

This role works directly within Beith Trust Projects, leading on the development of a nature and greenspace focussed project and the safe and successful delivery of learning and skills development activities, events, group work and play. Generic and role specific training will be provided.

Beith Trust is a North Ayrshire based charity working to improve Beith, Barrmill and the surrounding countryside for residents, visitors and nature. We are recruiting a People Engagement Officer to work with volunteers and partners to develop a calendar of events and activities centred on improving the environmental condition of local greenspace to benefit people and nature.

  • Your work will lead the successful delivery of a partnership project between Beith Trust & Barrmill and District Community Association delivering a community focused project and regular project activities.
  • You will be accountable for the engagement of participants, volunteers, attendees and the quality and success of the project, the co-ordination and line management of sessional staff and volunteers, you will oversee project comms, health and safety, monitoring and evaluation and ensuring that delivery of activities is successful and safe. You will work with volunteers of all ages and capabilities, including sessional staff, trainees and young apprentices.
  • You will be responsible for evaluating delivery and project impact as well as the ongoing design of the project to ensure a high quality participant / customer / attendee experience.
  • You will be required, at times, to work weekends and evenings.
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