Concrete Garden are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced youth worker for its Outdoor Play project in Possilpark, Glasgow.
This post will form part of a dedicated team of Outdoor Play and Learning Youth Workers who enrich and expand outdoor child-led play and learning in the Possilpark community. Outdoor Play and Learning is all about playing outdoors, but the right candidate will also find themselves involved in supporting children and young people to cook and eat together, build fires, make dens, climb trees, and use the nature around them to create art or design and build new playful structures.
We are keen to hear from people who are passionate about free play, community participation, promoting the rights of children and young people, and striving to create positive radical change through grassroots movements.
In return for choosing to work with Concrete Garden, we will offer:
For more information about the role, please see the Job Description document.
Concrete Garden is an urban community providing growing space, outdoor play, activities, events, and volunteering opportunities for the people of Possilpark and the wider North Glasgow area. We work alongside local folk to create a healthier, happier Possilpark by creating opportunities to grow, work, socialise, play, and learn together.
Concrete Garden charity began in 2010 with our flagship site at the St Matthew’s Centre. Since then, the organisation has grown to a second site – the ‘Back Garden’ – behind Possilpark Health & Care Centre.
Concrete Garden is a registered charity: No. SC043154.
Cerebral Palsy Scotland is an exciting charity that improves the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy through specialist therapy, support and information.
The Fundraising Manager will be part of our small but mighty fundraising and communications team. The post holder will lead on our portfolio of trust and foundations and individual supporters, contributing towards achieving the team’s annual income targets and ensuring donors have a positive experience of supporting Cerebral Palsy Scotland.
The role includes thinking imaginatively about our work for trust and grant applications and supporting individuals who raise funds to support our work. You will build and maintain strong fundraising relationships.
We don’t expect you to have experience of every part of the role, but if you are someone with fundraising experience, ambitious to take the next step in their career, then we will support you through in-house and external training to support your continued personal and professional development.
You will be joining a successful and well-established charity, bringing your skills to a truly fantastic cause and a fun, friendly and supportive team environment.
What we offer: