COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on society both in terms of health and also the economy. As we begin to come out of lockdown there are going to be a number of challenges in relation to the provision and access of transport post COVID-19
As part of CTG’s recovery plan, due to the impact of COVID-19 both on the organisation and the communities we serve, CTG is in the process of diversifying its activities to support and enhance the transport solutions it provides. Part of this is to develop a Training and Learning Centre, building on CTG’s current training activities, with an employability pathway programme at the heart of this development.
The development of the employability pathway programme will develop a model for unemployed people, particularly young people, to gain skills, qualifications and employment in the transport industry.
Therefore, we are recruiting an Employability Officer to be part of our team. As well as developing, implementing and overseeing the pathway, this role will work with colleagues to develop the Training and Learning Centre, ensuring that the employability pathway is embedded into the development.
CTG is a charity and company limited by guarantee and was established to provide relief to communities of Glasgow and its environs, who are in need due to age, mobility, mental and physical disability, illness and poverty. This is achieved by providing affordable, reliable, accessible transport solutions to the local communities we serve. CTG is one of the largest Community Transport Charities in Scotland.
If you like the sound of this challenge and want to be part of something that makes a difference to people’s life, have good knowledge of employability programmes and project development skills and want to assist people, then we’d love to hear from you.
Closing date: Friday, 6 August 2021
Interviews: W/C 9 August 2021