Lambhill Stables
Lambhill Stables

Charity registered in Scotland SC038504

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and sustainable social enterprise activity and to do so in an environmentally sustainable way.

Current vacancies

Bike Mechanic

  • Part time
  • £23,314 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 16th April 2024

About Lambhill Stables:

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

Job Purpose:

This post is currently funded to 31st March 2025, and will require the post holder to assist in providing service and maintenance to customer bikes, service our fleet of bikes available for community hire, and take part in community. As the Bike Mechanic the role will require an ability to organise repair jobs and management of personal workloads working as part of the wider staff team, whilst providing a high standard of customer service and community engagement. There is a further opportunity for the right individual to support in the development of our bike workshop and help it become a pivotal part of our outdoor activities programme.

Main Responsibilities:

• Ensure that health and safety and operational delivery is in adherence with written policies and procedures and assist to update these in line with good practice

• Provide bike maintenance within the bike workshop

• Liaise with Lambhill Stables departments to ensure the smooth running of timetabled activities

• Facilitate during bike events promoting initiatives in keeping with the project

Skills and experience required

Technical:

• Cytech level 3 qualified, or equivalent professional experience

• Experience of working in a bike workshop, booking system, cash handling and reconciliation of receipts

• Cycle Leader trained

Operational:

• Friendly, approachable and helpful attitude

• Maintain accurate records of business activity

• Ability to deliver a high level of customer service

• Motivated with excellent communication skills

• Good team worker

• Experience of supervising and training volunteers

• Ability to work with minimum supervision, multi-task effectively and to meet tight deadlines

• Willingness to undertake flexible working hours

• Willingness to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure check

Personal Qualities:

• Ability to foster “a can do” culture by motivating others and actively seeking solutions to problems

• Flexibility, enthusiasm and the ability to lead and work as part of a small team

• Self starter who is proactive in raising issues and problems as they occur

• Team player who values colleagues and advice offered

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Volunteer & Wellbeing Officer

  • Part time
  • £27,463.8 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th January 2024

Key Tasks, Responsibilities and Activities

A. Seek out new local volunteers/ students and manage;

  • Recruitment of new volunteers including PVG/Disclosure checks
  • publicity and liaison with different referring agencies and universities/colleges
  • inductions and regular reviews for each volunteer

B. Participate in seeking funding for the development of the project.

C. Participate in the development of corporate volunteering.

D. Host visits from community/youth/health/social work sectors, developing activities to suit each group.

E. Liaising with the Lambhill Stables team with regard to monitoring and recording all volunteer activity with a view to reporting back to funders.

F. Liaise with the various departments of activity and tutors involved with volunteers to ensure that tasks are suited to the volunteers carrying them out and that opportunities for feedback and training are provided.

G. Develop the “volunteer pathway” collaboratively with tutors. Providing progression for individual volunteers.

H. Encourage volunteers to take initiative, work independently and support them in trying new activities.

I. Motivate volunteers through recognition and feedback and encourage them to take ownership of their area of work.

J. Develop different ways of accrediting volunteers.

K. Review and update volunteer policies and documents when needed.

L. Work in line with the policies and procedure of Lambhill Stables.

Skills and Abilities and Other Duties

1. Experience of project administrative, reporting & monitoring procedures .

2. Ability to work with a wide range of users and local people.

3. Ability to work unsupervised.

4. Excellent IT skills in Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint.

5. Accurate record keeping.

6. Experience of planning, organising, and delivering community project activities/events.

7. Excellent time management and organisational skills.

8. Excellent written, presentational, and verbal communication skills.

9. Flexible, confident, self-motivated and of cheerful disposition.

10. Ability to work under pressure; to meet targets and deal with a wide range of complex tasks simultaneously.

11. Team player, open, friendly, positive, and participative.

12. High level of energy and commitment.

Reports to: General Manager

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity providing recreational, occupational, educational, training and employment opportunities to residents in the North of Glasgow.

Our mission is to develop a programme of innovative, community-based activities and to engage in viable and sustainable social enterprise activity.

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Administrator

  • Part time
  • £22,295 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 23rd October 2022

Reports to:General Manager

Purpose of the Job: The Administrator will assist staff members in an administrative capacity to support the delivery of the project as a whole.

Key Tasks, Responsibilities and Activities

Administrative and Financial Duties

  1. Managing filing systems, assisting in developing and implementing new administrative systems.
  2. Work alongside Bookkeeper ensuring timely return of office finance, petty cash, and income streams from café and bike hub.
  3. Staff meeting minutes and timetabling meetings.
  4. Update social media posts.
  5. Update web content.
  6. Respond to enquiries via website and email.
  7. Control incoming correspondence and liaise with other agencies, organisations, and local groups.
  8. Assist with office budgets, recording office expenditure and individual project expenditure.
  9. Assist with the preparation of progress reports, final reports, applications, and other reporting.

Personnel and recruitment

  1. Ensure personnel files are up to date.
  2. Update organisational membership.
  3. Sourcing and promoting staff development and training.
  4. Assist with the recruitment of new staff, sometimes including training and induction.
  5. Drafting contracts.

Marketing, Events and Community Engagement

  1. Maintain accurate email and contact database.
  2. Manage internal room bookings, market events, arranging catering etc.
  3. Update social media

Skills and Abilities and Other Duties

  1. Experience of project administrative, reporting & monitoring procedures
  2. Ability to work with a wide range of users and local people.
  3. Ability to work unsupervised.
  4. Excellent IT skills in Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
  5. Accurate record keeping.
  6. Experience of planning, organising, and delivering community projects, activities/events.
  7. Excellent time management and organisational skills.
  8. Excellent written, presentational, and verbal communication skills.
  9. Flexible, confident, self-motivated and of cheerful disposition.
  10. Ability to work under pressure; to meet targets and deal with a wide range of complex tasks simultaneously.
  11. Team player, open, friendly, positive, and participative.
  12. High level of energy and commitment.
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Bike Mechanic

  • Part time
  • £19,656 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd July 2022

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

This post is currently funded to 31st March 2023, and will require the post holder to provide service and maintenance to customer bikes, and service our fleet of bikes available for community hire.

As the Bike Mechanic the role will require an ability to organise repair jobs and management of personal workloads working as part of the wider staff team, whilst providing a high standard of customer service and community engagement.

There is a further opportunity for the right individual to support in the development of our bike workshop and help it become a pivotal part of our outdoor activities programme.

Key Task and Activities

  • Ensure that health and safety and operational delivery is in adherence with written policies and procedures and assist to update these in line with good practice
  • Provide bike maintenance within the bike workshop
  • Liaise with Lambhill Stables departments to ensure the smooth running of timetabled activities
  • Facilitate during bike events promoting initiatives in keeping with the project

Skills and experience required

Technical;

  • Cytech level 3 qualified, or equivalent professional experience
  • Experience of working in a bike workshop, booking system, cash handling and reconciliation of receipts
  • Cycle Leader trained

Operational;

  • Friendly, approachable and helpful attitude
  • Maintain accurate records of business activity
  • Ability to deliver high level of customer experience
  • Motivated with excellent communication skills
  • Good team worker
  • Experience of supervising and training volunteers
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision, multi-task effectively and to meet tight deadlines
  • Willingness to undertake flexible working hours
  • Willingness to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure check
  • Full driving licence is desirable

Personal Qualities

  • Ability to foster “a can do” culture by motivating others and actively seeking solutions to problems
  • Flexibility, enthusiasm and the ability to lead and work as part of a small team
  • Self starter who is proactive in raising issues and problems as they occur
  • Team player who values colleagues and advice offered
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Part Time Bike Mechanic

  • Part time
  • £19,656 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 7th April 2022

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

This post is currently funded to 31st March 2023, and will require the post holder to provide service and maintenance to customer bikes, and service our fleet of bikes available for community hire.

As the Bike Mechanic the role will require an ability to organise repair jobs and management of personal workloads whilst working as part of the wider staff team, whilst providing a high standard of customer service and community engagement.

There is a further opportunity for the right individual to support in the development of our bike workshop and help it become a pivotal part of our outdoor activities programme.

Key Task and Activities

  • Ensure that health and safety and operational delivery is in adherence with written policies and procedures and assist to update these in line with good practice
  • Provide bike maintenance within the bike workshop
  • Liaise with Lambhill Stables departments to ensure the smooth running of timetabled activities
  • Facilitate during bike events promoting initiatives in keeping with the project

Skills and experience required

Technical;

  • Cytech level 3 qualified, or equivalent professional experience
  • Experience of working in a bike workshop, booking system, cash handling and financial reporting
  • Cycle Leader trained
  • Full driving licence

Operational;

  • Friendly, approachable and helpful attitude
  • Maintain accurate records of business activity
  • Ability to deliver high level of customer experience
  • Motivated with excellent communication skills
  • Good team worker
  • Experience of supervising and training volunteers
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision, multi-task effectively and to meet tight deadlines
  • Willingness to undertake flexible working hours
  • Willingness to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure check

Personal Qualities

  • Ability to foster “a can do” culture by motivating others and actively seeking solutions to problems
  • Flexibility, enthusiasm and the ability to lead and work as part of a small team
  • Self starter who is proactive in raising issues and problems as they occur
  • Team player who values colleagues and advice offered
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Part Time Cafe Supervisor

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th August 2021

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

Job Purpose

To supervise operations of Lambhill Stables café & kitchen, including supporting staff and volunteers to provide excellent food, customer service and smooth running of the café & kitchen

Key Results Areas

· Oversee all café, food pantry and catering operations, including food preparation, inventory, equipment and events

· Train and supervise café staff including volunteers & trainees

· Prepare weekly work schedules in relation to the main café & kitchen areas

· Oversee good quality food preparation and service

· Maintain a consistent high standard of food quality, hygiene and health & safety

· Ensure café costs are within budget and identify ways to increase catering income

· Maintain records and prepare reports of daily, weekly and monthly revenues and expenses

· Keep records of all kitchen/catering related supplies and order new stock as required

· Resolve customer complaints regarding food or customer service

· Support and facilitate food provision at events

· Suggest new menu items based on customer feedback

· Identify strategies to retain and attract customers

· Ensure the café & kitchen areas are clean and tidy

Job Requirements:

● Identify & participate in any necessary training to acquire and develop skills

● Participate in and contribute to volunteer & staff team meetings as required

● Provide appropriate support to volunteers and trainees as required

Personal Qualities

  • Ability to foster “a can do” culture by motivating others and actively seeking solutions to problems
  • Flexibility, enthusiasm and the ability to lead and work as part of a small team
  • Self starter who is proactive in raising issues and problems as they occur
  • Team player who values colleagues and advice offered
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Assistant Bike Mechanic

  • Part time
  • To be confirmed
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th June 2021

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

Job Title: Assistant Bike Mechanic (Temporary, June – September 2021)

Remuneration: £TBC

Hours: 16 Hours

Job Purpose

This post is funded on a temporary basis from June to September, and will require the post holder to support the Bike Hub Coordinator to service to our fleet of bikes available for community hire.

As the assistant bike mechanic the role will require an ability to organise repair jobs and management of personal workloads within a small team, there will also be an element of customer service and community engagement.

There is a further opportunity for the right individual to support in the development of our bike workshop and help it become a pivotal part of our outdoor activities programme.

Key Task and Activities

  • Ensure that health and safety and operational delivery is in adherence with written policies and procedures and assist to update these in line with good practice
  • Assist with bike maintenance within the bike workshop
  • Liaise with Lambhill Stables departments to ensure the smooth running of timetabled activities
  • Facilitate during bike events promoting initiatives in keeping with the project

Skills and experience required

Technical;

• General bike maintenance

• Strip and rebuild all types of bicycles

• Broad knowledge of gearing mechanisms

Operational;

• Friendly, approachable and helpful attitude

• Maintain accurate records of business activity

• Ability to deliver high level of customer experience

• Motivated with excellent communication skills

• Good team worker

Personal Qualities

Ability to foster “a can do” culture by motivating others and actively seeking solutions to problems

Flexibility, enthusiasm and the ability to lead and work as part of a small team

Self starter who is proactive in raising issues and problems as they occur

Team player who values colleagues and advice offered

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This vacancy has now closed

Outdoor Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

Job Purpose

To assist with the delivery and development of youth work provision within the policies of Lambhill Stables.

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Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th April 2021

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

Job Purpose

To assist with the delivery and development of youth work provision within the policies of Lambhill Stables.

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Bike Hub Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £19,662
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st March 2021

Lambhill Stables is a community owned charity in the North of Glasgow providing recreational, educational, training and employment opportunities. Our aims are to develop and deliver programmes of community-based activities in support of our provisions, to engage in viable and socially inclusive activity and to do so in a sustainable way.

The successful applicant will coordinate activity within the Bike Hub at Lambhill Stables. They will play a key role in developing the bike workshop, community participation and social inclusion programmes relating to active travel. They will work with our management team to enhance our bike hub activity and overall community led approach to active travel.

The key outcome for this post is to ensure the smooth running of business within our Bike Hub, manage a community bike loan scheme, and develop cycle trails along the canal path for all ages and abilities encouraging active use as a community resource.

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