Current vacancies

Current vacancies

Rosemount Lifelong Learning is a charity based in Royston, Glasgow. Our mission is to increase life chances through learning for children, young people and adults living in Royston and wider North (North East & North West) Glasgow area. Our services encourage participants, from children to adults to raise aspirations, develop confidence and life skills and ensure that their progression routes are sustainable.

We are seeking to recruit 4 new team members to support the delivery of our new Positive Family Futures programme – an innovative project that provides an opportunity to join up a range of services for families and individuals within them living in the NE Glasgow communities. The aim of the project is to encourage participants to make positive changes within their own lives and become co-producers of the services.

 We are looking for 2 Family Engagement Workers who will work with local families and individuals to empower them to develop activities in line with their own interests and needs.

We are looking for a Manager for the Positive Futures programme to lead the project and support staff members.

We are also looking for a Volunteer Support Worker who will establish and support a service user involvement group as well as identifying and encouraging individuals to take up relevant volunteering opportunities.

These posts are funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.

Closing date:              Friday 28th October 2016

Interview date:          Week beginning 31st October 2016

To apply for the posts, please complete our application form and equal opportunities form (no CVs please) and send it to denise.mckay@rosemount.ac.uk

Family Engagement Worker Job Description

Manager Positive Family Futures Job Description

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Form

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Rosemount Lifelong Learning is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from under-represented groups.

Rosemount Lifelong Learning is a registered Scottish charity, no. SCO28909.

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