Support Services Director

  • Full time
  • £36,285
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 12th August 2022


  • Advertised from 18th July 2022
  • Pay award pending. 35 hours per week
  • Support/D22

Role

Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living is run by disabled people and aims to empower disabled people in Glasgow by providing a variety of housing, employment, training and inclusive living support services.

Working as part of the management team you will be responsible for GCIL’s Support Services and Take Control offices and engaging with our Support staff across our various offices. Our teams provide information, advice and assistance to disabled people (and their supporters) who use self-directed support (SDS) funding. They include SDS support services provided under contract to local authorities, specific ancillary services (eg to provide emergency back-up and to promote digital inclusion), a variety of development activities, and SDS related training. The Support Services Director is responsible for ensuring that GCIL’s support services are developed in line with GCIL’s strategic aims, that they are sustainably funded, and that they provide high quality, efficient and effective services to those who use them.

Following an initial office-based induction there may be the opportunity to work from home.

This post will require PVG scheme membership.

Salary:

• 25 days annual leave increasing to 30 days after 5 years

• 12½ public holidays

• 6% Pension contribution

• Employee discount scheme

• Group Life Insurance

Application notes

Closing date for completed applications will be noon on Friday 12th August 2022

For further information and an application pack, please visit our website gcil.org.uk or write, fax or email to: Human Resources, GCIL, 117-127 Brook Street, Glasgow, G40 3AP. Fax: 0141 550 4858. Email: recruitment@gcil.org.uk. Please quote the reference number for the post and state whether you want a hard copy or email pack.

Please note that CVs will NOT be accepted and candidates will NOT be considered for shortlist unless they show on their application form how they meet the essential criteria of the post.

GCIL aims to be an equal opportunities employer. As an organisation OF disabled people, we positively value personal experience as a disabled person and also welcome applications from other under-represented groups. We operate a flexible working system and all posts are open to job share.