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  • Advertised from 1st December 2021
  • 35 hours. Permanent, subject to funding


The post-holder will lead a small team working nationally with the network of Third Sector Interfaces to improve both equalities and human rights practice within the third sector. They’ll play a central role in ensuring that the team are guided and supported in delivering training, guidance and resources for TSIs, third sector organisations and activists across Scotland.

The programme is funded by Scottish Government through the Equality and Human Rights Fund. To ensure national coverage different posts will be employed by Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS), Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations Council (EVOC) and Highland Third Sector Interface (HTSI). This post is hosted by GCVS.

Strong understanding of legislation, good practice, and challenges in the fields of equalities and human rights and their practical application is essential as well as understanding of the third sector in Scotland and the contribution the sector makes to furthering equalities and human rights.

Application notes

Further details (JD & PS) and an application form are available to download below or at GCVS website:

Note: We require candidates to complete GCVS application form provided to apply for this post. If you have any difficulty please contact the recruitment team at GCVS, email

Closing date for applications is Friday 7th January 2022. Completed application should be emailed to

Please notice that due to the high volume of applicants, we will only respond to candidates who are selected for interview.

GCVS strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is a Disability Confident Employer.


GCVS is committed to enhancing the employment opportunities of disabled people and to removing barriers to employment when possible. All disabled candidates will be interviewed if they meet the essential criteria for appointment to this post. Please indicate any disability or condition of which you would wish us to be aware