Current vacancies

Family Engagement and Well being Coordinator 

Location: Based in Royston (North East Glasgow)

Salary: £29, 121 

Rosemount Lifelong Learning are looking for a Family Engagement and Wellbeing Coordinator to support NE Communities and deliver/support 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 project will encourage participants to make positive changes within their own lives and become co-producers of the services. 

Deadline for application is Friday 30th October 2020

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SALARY:   £25, 431 pro rata


An opportunity has arisen within Rosemount Lifelong Learning for a Family Relationship Counsellor to work with and provide support for families affected by addiction and living in NE Glasgow.  The post will sit within the Family Links team and is funded at this time until end March 2021. (28 hrs per week)

We are looking to recruit an experienced Family relationship Counsellor with experience of working with children, young people and families who have experienced the impact of parental substance misuse. Together they will explore negative and harmful thinking & behaviours within families and assist them in positive change. The post holder will support individuals and families to develop healthy coping strategies and working through difficulties in relation to separation, loss and recovery.

Deadline for application 14th November 2020 

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Young Parent Coordinator

Location: North East Glasgow

Salary: £22,971 per annum 35 hours per week

City Wide Project

Rosemount Lifelong Learning are looking for a highly capable team member to work with us to support the development of  our Youngstart Young Parent project ,encouraging young parents  to  take ownership of the project and to assist them with the  design and delivery of workshops that will be directed by the needs of our Young Parents.

The successful applicant will also provide support advice & guidance to young parents who want to progress into employment, education, or training

You will be qualified to SVQ Level 4 in a related discipline or be able to demonstrate experience of working with individuals to identify and address barriers to progression.  

You will be required to be a confident, highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with the ability to manage caseloads and work independently. You will need to be an excellent communicator and be able to liaise with a wide range of individuals, employers and agencies.

A current driving licence would be advantageous, and you should be proficient in Microsoft office packages.

Closing date for applications 12 noon on Thursday 15th October 2020 please see below our job description and application form. 

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