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Job Vacancies - Project Ability

Project Ability currently have two new part time vacancies:

Digital Shop Assistant

Weekend Retail Assistant

Both position closing dates are 7th February. Click on the links above for more information and how to apply.

Board Vacancy - Glasgow Tool Library

The Glasgow Tool Library are looking for trustees to join their current board, who have the passion, energy and experience to support and help the charity grow.

The Glasgow Tool Library works like a normal library, but instead of sharing books they share tools. They also hold classes and events that teach sustainability skills and knowledge that aim to make individuals and communities more resilient.

The position of trustee provides an exciting opportunity for those with an interest in craft, DIY, environmental politics, and the sharing and circular economy to get involved and help shape an ambitious organisation.


Find out more and how to apply here.

Board Vacancy - Repairel CIC

REPAIREL CIC is looking for new people to join their board of directors. It is an opportunity to join them at this exciting time of shaping their new organisation and make a real impact.

REPAIREL CIC is a new social enterprise created to respond to the climate emergency at a local and actionable level. REPAIREL’s first aim is to create an environmentally conscious Shoe Repair Hub/Lab in the North West of Glasgow that will help people break away from the throwaway culture of buying and discarding shoes, reduce shoe waste and facilitate innovation and circular design practices through 3 interlinked elements joined together in one creative space:

  1. Repair Hub: Providing access to shoe repair equipment and support for people to repair their OWN shoes and extend their lifespan.
  2. Sustainable Fashion: Accepting shoe donations, fixing shoes that are repairable and repurposing those that are beyond repair to make our own sustainable shoe collection.
  3. Fab Lab: facilitating digital fabrication and rapid prototyping within a small-scale workshop, democratising access to the tools, education and resources for invention and manufacturing, rethinking supply chains and exploring how communities can be powered by technology at the grassroots level.

Closing Date - Friday 31st January at 12noon.

Read more and find out how to apply here.

Job Vacancy - Head of Operations, Impact Arts

Impact Arts are looking for a Head of Operations who believes passionately in Impact Arts values and vision and who wants to join them in their mission in tackling inequalities across Scotland.

The Head of Operations is a key leadership role within the organisation and is central to them realising their ambitions. They are looking for someone who is dynamic, with significant experience in leading the operational delivery of a multifaceted and vibrant organisation and who has exceptional organisational and operational performance management skills. The Head of Operations will be able to demonstrate considerable experience in successfully leading a team to deliver quality and impactful projects; someone who is empathetic to the challenges facing the children, young people and older people they engage and who can support their team of creative Programme Managers to deliver excellent, high quality projects.

Closing date: 20th January 2020 at 9am Interview date: w/c 27th January 2020

Find out more and how to apply here.

Job Vacancy - Community Food and Health Coordinator, Urban Roots

Urban Roots is an environmental and health improvement organisation working across the Southside of Glasgow. The Food and Health Coordinator will develop a programme of food and cookery related activities in Priesthill and Househillwood and other areas in the South West of Glasgow, including Carnwadric.

The programme will include healthy eating and cooking workshops, community meals and community growing activities. The post holder will work with partner organisations to establish food cupboards / pantries and explore other options for increasing access to free or low cost fresh fruit and vegetables in community venues and supporting dignified access to healthy food for people experiencing food insecurity. The role will also include development of training, volunteering and mentoring programmes with local residents.

Closing 14th January 2020.

Read more and find out how to apply here.

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