We are excited to announce an opportunity to join our Leadership Team. We seek a talented individual to assume the Director of Asset Management role. The selected candidate will lead our maintenance team, deliver our asset management strategies and ensure we comply with our procurement policy.
Formed in 1975, Milnbank Housing Association has a long and successful track record of supporting local communities in Dennistoun and Hagill. We believe in providing high-quality services to our tenants and owners. At Milnbank, we are proud of the role we play as a Community Controlled Housing Association.
The Director of Asset Management is an exciting and versatile role that involves overseeing various aspects, such as the management of planned and reactive maintenance services. Additionally, this position will hold a pivotal role in delivering our strategic objectives, ensuring rigorous compliance with health and safety regulations, and upholding our commitment to meeting the EESSH2 standards.
Looking to the future, our focus will be to continue investing in and improving our properties. We will also consider opportunities to build new social housing in partnership with the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council.
We emphasise the importance of understanding and embracing the core principles of a Community Controlled Housing Association. If successful, you will be expected to actively engage with our tenants, other customers, and the local community.
This role will play an important part in ensuring MHA takes forward an innovative and forward-thinking asset management strategy that will deliver a better service for our tenants and owners. If this resonates with your aspirations and you’re enthusiastic about this opportunity, we look forward to receiving your application.
We are looking for motivated people from all backgrounds who share our values and are excited about how our services can change lives. Our Trustees are responsible for the governance of our charity, making sure that everything runs smoothly and that we are making the biggest difference we possibly can.
With Kids is a Scotland-wide children’s mental health charity and provides an early intervention therapeutic service working with primary and nursery aged children who have experienced trauma, and their families. This includes individual therapeutic support for children, helping them build the personal skills and resilience to cope, alongside practical and emotional support to their parents/carers with a view to building networks of support.
We specialise in the provision of Play Therapy, employing Play, Art and Speech and Language Therapists and Community and Family Support Workers. Much of our work is based in schools or around a particular community. We run a Masters course in Play Therapy in collaboration with Queen Margaret University and we deliver a variety of highly regarded CPD trainings for other professions.
You need passion for our cause, a commitment to sharing your ideas and experiences, and the time to attend and prepare for Board meetings. We need people to bring diverse experiences, to think creatively, challenge the status quo, and have a strategic mindset. You will be welcomed into a supportive team who are ambitious and collaborative.
We currently have opportunities for people with experience in the following areas:
We are also keen to hear from people who have experience in:
Benefits of becoming a Trustee:
Trustees meet in person at our Glasgow office every eight weeks from 12 noon to 2pm on a Friday, with a break over the summer months (usually around 6 meetings per year). All Board roles are voluntary.
With Kids are committed to conscious inclusion that contributes to creating a sense of belonging and shared purpose. We welcome applications from everyone who feels passionate about our vision and mission.
If you think you have the skills, experience and personal qualities to support With Kids in delivering our strategy, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Rosemount Development Trust is seeking an enthusiastic individual with a broad skill set and experience of delivering community led regeneration.
Working closely with the community of Royston and Partners on the Royston Strategy Group the Trust is seeking to address the challenging problem of vacant and derelict land and buildings in Royston.
The post-holder will develop practical and innovative approaches to bringing different types of problematic sites back into productive use, two of which are already in progress, Provanhill Street and Glenconner Park. Both projects will be an initial priority for any successful candidate to take forward.
As the Community Development Officer, you will have excellent interpersonal skills. You will work collaboratively and innovatively with the local community and businesses, our partners, Glasgow City Council and external Consultants.
This is a unique post which will require excellent negotiating and communication skills, and knowledge of funding/financing and local initiatives and regeneration projects.
The post-holder will be based at Rosemount Business Park, 141 Charles Street, G21 2QA.