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Job Vacancies - 3D Drumchapel

3D Drumchapel is a local charity that has been making a difference in the lives of children and families for over 22 years by providing support, strengthening relationships and empowering families to make positive change.They are currently looking for 3 dynamic and passionate individuals to fill their vacancies –


35 hours per week

Salary £18,804 - £20,355 + 6% pension contribution

The role –

To facilitate office administration, finance duties and deliver receptionist duties.

Skills & Experience required

  • Commitment to the values and ethos of 3D Drumchapel


16 hours per week

Salary £24,000 - £26,538(pro rata@35hours) plus 6% pension contribution

The role –

To plan, implement and deliver all aspects relating to communications and all key tasks relating to fundraising(outwith trusts & foundations) as part of the wider Communication and Fundraising Strategies.

Skills & Experience Required -

  • Commitment to the values and ethos of 3D Drumchapel


16 hours per week

Salary £24,000 - £26,538(pro rata@35hours) plus 6% pension contribution

The role –

To plan, implement and deliver all key tasks related to Trust and Grants fundraising as part of the wider Fundraising Strategy.

Phone 0141-944-5740 or email for an application pack detailing clearing which post you are interested in. Packs are also available to download on Goodmoves website. If you would like to discuss any of the posts or if you would like any further information, please contact Sharon Colvin on 0141-944-5740 / 07483121262

Closing date for applications is Monday 1st July at 9.00am.

Job Vacancy - Research and Administration Officer for GTSIN

Glasgow Third Sector Interface Network (GTSIN) is now looking to recruit an all-rounder with administration, research, communications and organisational skills to support GTSIN.

Applicants should have a degree or other demonstrable experience of synthesising information from a range of sources into essays, papers or similar. A reasonable knowledge and understanding of the third sector and the public sector and able to build rapport and work with people from a wide range of backgrounds are also essential. Experience of general office administration and up-to-date IT skills in the use of Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and database software are also vital. Full training and induction will be given to the successful candidate to enable them to understand the complex relationships and responsibilities of GTSIN.

Closing date for applications: Monday 24th June 2019.

Find out more information and how to apply here.

Job Vacancy: Part Time Community Development Officer

South West Community Cycles currently have a vacant position for a part time Community Development Officer. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Training & Development Co-ordinator in researching and signing up volunteers onto our volunteer programme, liaising with the volunteers in our partner organisations are making cross-referrals.

Recording and monitoring their progress, sharing progress with relevant SWCC staff and assisting the Co-ordinator with sourcing, designing and delivering relevant training courses, workshops and activities which will help them move on to a positive destination.

More information can be found here.

Job Vacancy: Community Cycling Coordinator, Bike for Good

Bike for Good are seeking an experienced cycling instructor to focus on increasing the reach and participation of their community cycling programme in our Glasgow South Community Hub.

Deadline: Thursday 30th May at 10pm

Please email completed applications to or post to Carol Harkins, 65 Haugh Road, Glasgow, G3 8TX

Role summary – Community Cycling Coordinator

Job description – Community Cycling Coordinator

Application form – Community Cycling Coordinator

Job Vacancy - Social Enterprise Development Officer with Community Enterprise

Community Enterprise is looking for someone to join our development team to meet the increasing demand for their services. The post involves delivering capacity building and development support to a wide range of third sector clients and projects across Scotland. Community Enterprise operates largely as a social enterprise consultancy agency – much of the role is that of a consultant undertaking specific pieces of work. Their core work includes Feasibility Studies, Options Appraisals, Community Action Plans, Research Papers, Marketing Plans, Funding Strategies and Business Plans.