Bailliefields Community Hub
Bailliefields Community Hub

Charity registered in Scotland SC050740

Bailliefields Community Hub is a provider of health and wellbeing programmes based in Falkirk.

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Community Hub Officer

  • Part time
  • £21,840 – £23,400 pro-rata
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 30th April 2023

Join our award-winning Charity Community Hub to help make Bailliefields Community Hub ‘A Place for All’ .

There will also be opportunities for you to enhance your own skills and achieve personal goals while making a difference within a community organisation.

This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund

Purpose of post

To assist in the development of the Community Hub linking in with both established and new partner groups. This will include delivering sessions and building relationships with approved partner groups. The post holder will review the needs in the area regularly and communicate with the board to help identify potential new partnerships.

Main Duties

  • Identify new and alternative ideas/groups to help diversify and develop the activities of the Hub in line with the Hub’s Objectives
  • Work with our existing partner groups to manage the relationship and look at ways to grow
  • Grow the number of partner groups of the Hub
  • Provide information to the Trustees of current ideas/groups that are being pursued and update on confirmed new partnerships on at least a monthly basis
  • Work with the Hub’s board and existing volunteers to grow the volunteer base
  • Assist in delivery of the Hub’s programmes, training will be provided
  • Promote the Hub’s work both internally and externally on all channels including social media in conjunction with the Hub’s Social Media Co-ordinator
  • Assist in administration of memberships
  • Be responsible for the safe and secure handling of partner and membership data (PVG Check will be paid for by BCH)
  • Attend training/development activities as appropriate
  • Assist with funding applications where necessary

Other Duties

The activities in Main Duties are a broad picture of the post at the date of preparation and is not an exhaustive list. Should the duties change radically then the post will be reviewed. The jobholder will be expected to work in accordance with the organisation’s policies and procedures at all times.

Terms & Conditions

  • Salary £21,840 - £23,400 – Prorated year 1 at 2 days, year 2 at 3 days and year 3 at 4 days
  • 25-days Annual Leave (pro-rata as above)
  • 6% contribution to pension
  • Location – we are happy to discuss a hybrid arrangement, working between home and our new Hub building, once completed. Given the nature of the role we would anticipate at least 50% of a typical working week would be spent at the Hub once our new building is operational.
  • We will provide a Laptop and an allowance for any costs associated with working from home.
  • We will pay reasonable traveling costs.
  • Reports to Bailliefields Community Hub Board of Trustees

Person Specification

This is a new position and comes at an exciting time for Bailliefields Community Hub. We have listed below some of the skills and attributes that we would anticipate finding in a successful applicant. This list is not definitive, and we are primarily interested in finding someone who is the correct fit for our organisation and our ethos.


  • Demonstrate capacity to work on own initiative whilst also following written/verbal guidelines and procedures
  • Ability to undertake a professional approach to a range of activities and services
  • Ability to build strong and positive relationships with a range of key stakeholders including members of the Hub and of other groups
  • Experience of engaging with parts of the community with limited community engagement and activity uptake
  • Willingness to undertake additional training in a range of activities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with and relate to people at all levels; listen well; treat people with empathy and be non-judgemental
  • Proficient and comfortable in using social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
  • Organisational and time management skills with an ability to manage a wide range of planning and operational tasks often working to tight deadlines
  • ICT skills and competency in Microsoft Office
  • Passion for community engagement and involvement
  • Experience in a similar community, sporting, third sector or charitable organisation
  • Flexible working which may include some evening and weekend work
  • Driving licence with access to private transport