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Project Leader

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £35,000
  • 23 Maree Court, Alloa, FK10 1QE
  • Closing 4th August 2021

  • Advertised from 16th July 2021
  • Full Time: 37.5 hours



If you are passionate about providing a positive, caring place for children and adults, that really makes a difference in the community, then this job is for you!

Serving primarily the South and East of Alloa, but with the possibility of a wider scope, Community House is seeking to appoint an experienced Project Leader who has the vision and skill to support existing projects but also to enhance, integrate and develop new initiatives.

About Community House

Community House is an established charity with its roots in the local community for over 20 years. Supporting some of the most vulnerable children and adults, it employs 4 part time members of staff and a full-time Project Leader. With a Christian ethos but open to all faiths and none, the long-established core of Community House is to provide a safe space which welcomes all.

Currently our projects and services consist of a daily after-school club and daily holiday club during the school holidays, a Helping Hands Group for young adults with additional needs, a coffee morning and craft club for older people and a weekly lunch club run in partnership with Meals@The Gate.

Our annual budget is c £100,000, which includes a service level agreement from Clackmannanshire Council and the remainder from medium term grants and charitable activities.

What are we looking for in a Project Leader?

We are looking for a person with proven management and leadership skills, who can lead an organisation and has the drive and passion to help Community House achieve its charitable objectives of providing a safe space for the most vulnerable in our community.

As well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the charity, the successful candidate will be someone who enjoys the variety of working with children and vulnerable adults as well as looking for new ways of engaging with local people to develop new projects and resources.

They will be a team player as well as a team leader and have the skills to develop and maintain partnership working at a strategic level.

Reports to: The Board of Trustees

A full job description is available to download below.

Application notes

Application process – please submit a CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the essential skills criteria we are looking for and tell us what you can bring to the role. Please send this by email with PL APPLICATION as your subject header to

Deadline for applications – Wednesday 4th August 2021 - Noon

Interviews planned – week beginning 9th August 2021 by Zoom

Second Stage Interview – Visit to Community House for final short-listed candidates (subject to latest COVID19 government guidelines) after stage one interview, week beginning 16th August 2021

Anticipated start date – week beginning 23rd September 2021