Unity are delighted to be recruiting for a Head of Operations to help us deliver on ambitious and innovative support to individuals and communities in Glasgow and the west.
The Head of Operations will support the CEO to build on the organisations achievements to date, ensure quality standards are high and reflect meaningful participation, and help to lead the organisation through the development of new services and projects. You will work closely with the Head of Finance to ensure we design, plan and deliver in ways that are sustainable and impactful.
Closing 10th May 2019
Lifelink have a whole range of job opportunities available, have a look below for more information, how to apply and deadlines.
GET Local is a behaviour change project being delivered by Neilston Development Trust, with funding being supplied by the Scottish Government Climate Challenge Fund. It aims to use the themes of Growing, Eating and Travel as a means to encourage people to adopt more climate friendly lifestyles by reducing their individual, and community, carbon footprint.
The Village Storytelling Centre is recruiting an Early Years Storyteller to develop a range of innovative programmes for children aged 0-8 years and their families.
The Village Storytelling Centre improves lives and empowers communities by bringing people together, inspiring them to find, shape and share their voices and to realise their potential through the power of Storytelling. We are recognised internationally as leaders in applied storytelling, offering story-based encounters throughout Glasgow and beyond.
Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS) is the main development agency in Glasgow working for the 3000+ voluntary and community organisations and charities in the city which do such an amazing job in making Glasgow a vibrant, dynamic and caring city.
Full-time: 35 hours per week
As a partner in the Glasgow Third Sector Interface, we work with all the key local and national third sector networks to shape and inform local and central government policy, looking to create a more inclusive city economy, and use the skills and know-how within our sector to improve the quality of life and life-chances of Glasgow’s citizens
We are a mature organisation that is going from strength to strength. Following our CEO’s retirement, we are looking for a new dynamic CEO to lead our highly experienced and qualified staff team into the next phase of our development.
The successful candidate: You will be a strong advocate for fairness and social justice, and an experienced and confident leader, who can motivate and inspire others. You will be a good communicator, and a strong networker and team player; you will have a successful track record in management, able to demonstrate a strong development background. Ours is a complex environment: you must be resilient and resourceful, calm under pressure and able to handle a varied workload, across a wide range of agendas, in varied settings.
To apply for this post, please email us your CV and Covering Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Covering letter: use the person specification and job description for reference, and tell us about your skills and experience, qualities and achievements, which you consider, make you the best candidate for the post. Please give relevant examples to illustrate how you meet the criteria.
The closing date for applications is MONDAY 22 APRIL 2019
There is a two-stage interview process:
Stage one – date, Tue 7 May 2019 or Wed 8 May 2019
Stage two – date, Tue 14 May or Wed 15 May 2019
GCVS strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is a Disability Confident employer.