The Leamy Foundation
The Leamy Foundation

Charity registered in Scotland SC045684

The Leamy Foundation is an innovative Social and Therapeutic horticulture service in West Dunbartonshire engaging the most vulnerable in our community whose Mental Health impacts their view of life and the choices they make. Our key aim is to provide individuals with a structured support path enabling them to make better life choices.

Social and therapeutic horticulture is the process of using plants, gardens and landscapes to improve physical and mental health. It uses our local resources as a safe and secure place to develop someone’s ability to mix socially, reduce isolation and learn practical skills that will help them to be more independent and confident.


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Project Support Administrator

  • Full time
  • £16,100
  • Alexandria
  • Closing 12th November 2018

The Leamy Foundation develop and deliver community improvement projects within West Dunbartonshire helping residents to create activities which improve their lives and the communities where they live.

We are recruiting a highly motivated, dedicated and professional Project Support Administrator to focus on the development of our project administration processes and activities including expenditure, performance data and process administration.

Working within a busy, multi partner setting, the role will involve recording and reporting project performance, administrating and creating processes which effectively deliver to our community and funders requirements. The successful candidate must be an experienced user of Microsoft Office packages specifically data recording, analysis and reporting using Microsoft excel.

They must be target driven and can self-manage within a small and dedicated team. We are looking for a good communicator with excellent organisational skills and good attention to detail. A background in community development projects with relevant experience organising community events would be an advantage.

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