We are a community-led health and wellbeing organisation and local community anchor organisation. We operate from our Healthy Living Centre base in Partick, Glasgow and have over 30 years’ experience working with the local community to develop and deliver community development initiatives and wellbeing activities.
We work with local people, community groups, housing associations, businesses and other voluntary and community organisations. We are governed by a volunteer board of directors, elected by our members. We have 12 employees and 30 volunteers working to achieve our mission and engage with around 1000 residents each year.
Purpose of the job
To engage residents and community groups in rolling out Partick and Thornwood Ideas Fund, supporting local involvement in generating ideas, organising voting events to enable residents to select their best community ideas for the £20k funding pot and deciding what matters in their community.
To find out more about the role, please download the Application Pack below.
GCVS on behalf of GLASGOW HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP
GCVS has been developing the relationship between the HSCP and the third sector in the city, including bringing a third sector perspective to key change agendas such as Maximising Independence.
As part of developing the relationship, an opportunity for a secondment into a new role within the HSCP has been identified. This is a great opportunity to build connections between the sectors. The successful candidate will gain insight into the working of the public sector and be able to share their experience of the third sector.
Responsible to: Programme Manager
Department: Older People’s Services – Planning and Transformation Team
Directorate: Glasgow City HSCP
The post more generally provides a business support function to support the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and Glasgow City Integration Joint Board (IJB) to more effectively and efficiently meet their statutory requirements and business needs for adult and older people services. The post is more specifically responsible for providing flexible project management support to the planning and delivery of system transformational change programmes and projects for adult and older people services within Glasgow City HSCP and across the whole integrated health and social care system within Greater Glasgow and Clyde where Glasgow City HSCP is the lead partner. The potholder will work and engage in partnership with a range of stakeholders to effect transformational change.
The post is located within the Maximising Independence Team and also linked to the Older People’s Services Planning and Transformation Team, which is part of the wider Strategy and Operations Section of Glasgow City HSCP. The team provides a range of business support functions including care group and locality planning, transformation, performance, engagement and organisational change and development.
We are looking to recruit somebody exclusively from within the third sector in the city of Glasgow to be seconded to this post initially for Two years.
The successful candidate:
You will have a relevant degree or equivalent experience in a business support function. You will also have a Project management qualification or equivalent experience in project management and business change management, with great collaboration skills and experience of working with internal and external stakeholders to support and deliver business needs.
Full Job description and Person Specification are available to download below
tsiMORAY, ACVO and AVA, (Grampian’s three Third Sector Interfaces) are each seeking to appoint a Community Support Coordinator to deliver an exciting project that will be the first of its kind for Grampian.
This two-year project, which has been developed in partnership with NHS Grampian Endowment Fund and funded by NHS Charities Together aims to deliver a community based model for accelerated discharge of patients to their own home setting. It will create a three-way link between NHS Grampian’s acute services, the three Health & Social Care Partnerships, and a number of community-based organisations based in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, and Moray.
One Community Support Coordinator will be employed by each of the TSIs and will be responsible for activities within the boundaries of their relevant local authority area (Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, or Moray).
Coupar Angus Youth Activities Group (CAYAG) is a Scottish Charity which aims to promote social and developmental opportunities for young people. CAYAG welcomes all young people and through the work of skilled youth workers provides a safe environment where young people can develop socially, emotionally and educationally and help realise their potential.
CAYAG is located in the Y Hall, a former church, which it owns. To continue providing a wide range of activities and opportunities for young people and the wider community, the Y building requires some repair work and
To support the CAYAG Trustees as they plan the repair and renovation of the Y. To:
To find out more about the role, please download the Job Description & Person specification below.
Connect Community Trust employment support and income advice service are an integral part of the organisation and our support to local people within Greater Easterhouse and surrounding areas.
A key priority for Connect is to provide support to people that are facing barriers or issues relating to money and financial matters. Growing indebtedness and the effects of Covid has meant increased demand for money and benefits advice services across our job clubs and community services.
As a result of this growing demand Connect has worked with local housing providers to provide direct money and benefits advice over the past 3 years and we are now looking to expand the service. Giving people the knowledge, tools and confidence to be able to resolve matters themselves or provide a gateway to specialist advice or other complementary services when further help is required.
Objectives of this income advice service:
We are now looking for a suitable person who would like to take on the role of Finance Officer.
The success of The Trust depends, not only on its ability to negotiate Community benefit deals, provide grants and finance legacy projects etc., but also on whether or not it is able to manage its accounts efficiently and as befits the company status.
Financial accountability is of the utmost importance to the Trust and if the community or the Trust’s funders lose faith in its ability to control and account for finances, they may lose faith in the whole organization. The Trust therefore takes its financial responsibilities seriously and needs to recruit the right set of skills to ensure it performs with best practice as befits the status as a Community Trust company.
In this role you will: -
Progrez Scotland is a local charity who supports people from all backgrounds and ages in the North of Glasgow. We are known for the great care we take with participants, customers, volunteers, and employees alike.
In partnership with PTCT we are delivering The Childrens Holiday Food Programme which offers nutritious food to children and young people during the school holidays.
We are looking for a Chef/Cook, to work in a fast-paced demanding environment.
Key responsibilities & duties:
Health and Safety:
Progrez Scotland is based in Springburn North Glasgow. There is free parking on site and is well served by public transport.
This is a temporary position, for 6 weeks of the school holidays, its 30 hours per week, these will be over 7 days and flexible between the hours of 8am – 6pm. There is an opportunity for this to become a permanent role.
The Development Worker will be based in any of North United Communities Ltd (NUC) operational points, namely Ruchill, Milton and Wyndford and in any other areas of work encompassed by NUC, including street work operations.
Position reports to: Project Co-ordinator.
The Creative Pathways Project will provide a range of learning experiences through dedicated and specific elements: drama/creative programmes, leadership programmes and accredited learning programmes. These programmes are an extension to our current service delivery, and will therefore support young people to develop further skills and qualifications.
Along with the Project Co-ordinator, the Development Worker will be responsible for developing and creating these activities and programmes in line with the key elements in the BBC Children in Need funding;
As this is a new project, the Development Worker will also be involved in setting up a monitoring and evaluation system to capture and measure the impact of these.
Key Responsibilities and Duties:
This position entails assessing the needs of families and local residents and planning and delivering programmes related to these. This work will take place in the community of Milton, in North Glasgow. Through participating in these programmes, parents/family members will have increased confidence and self-esteem and have a better outlook for their own and their children’s future.
The general duties will include:
The Youth Workers will be based in any of North United Communities Ltd (NUC) operational points, namely Ruchill, Milton and Wyndford and in any other areas of work encompassed by NUC, including street work operations.
Position reports to: Youth Work Co-ordinator/Organisation Manager
Along with the other workers, the Youth Workers will plan, deliver and evaluate groups and activities for young people. They will have an understanding of the needs and issues affecting young people, and be able to meet these through creating community-based inputs and opportunities.
The purpose of the groups being to build the confidence and self- esteem of young people, giving them a chance to find a range of interests through diversionary activities and group interaction. These will also directly address the issues of risk taking behaviours, employability, health & safety, hygiene, internet safety, drugs and alcohol education, peer pressures, self-esteem issues, gang involvement and any other pertinent topics regarding young people and their peers.
Key Responsibilities and Duties: