Centre for Entrepreneurship Education Scotland
Centre for Entrepreneurship Education Scotland
Centre for Entrepreneurship education Scotland is a community Interest Company based in Glasgow which provides a stable and sustainable work experience and training programme for young adults from a range of backgrounds. Some of our trainees have learning disabilities, and others are just unable to find work due to limited educational qualifications and a lack of opportunities in the jobs' market. We are a social enterprise, meaning that we are driven by social and environmental purposes rather than profit. Our programme employs a buddy system, partnering young people with learning disabilities with those from mainstream education for mutual benefit. It promotes social inclusion, challenges the impact of economic isolation and helps give confident individuals ability to make positive life choices.

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Youth Arts & Heritage Project coordinator will be responsible for:

A. Managing the day to day running of the project, coordinate and oversees the project and will be responsible for writing reports, monitoring, and managing budgets, and dealing with problems when they arise.

B. Defining key performance indicators, building relationships with stakeholders such as the community and establishing strategic partnerships.

Position is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Check.

This vacancy has now closed

Sessional (Community) Officer x 2

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th November 2023

The 2 Sessional (Community) Officer will work closely with the Youth Arts & Heritage Project Coordinator, volunteers, schools, and local institutions, and the project’s design.

A. The essential objective of this position is to encourage participation and interest in the Heritage Project which requires an understanding of the role and impact of heritage within the local community and experience of working in culturally diverse areas.

B. They will be responsible for the continuation of the delivery of an Activity & Interpretation plan in partnership with professional partners, community representatives, and council colleagues. Experience of procuring and managing suppliers; maintaining strong partnership relationships, keeping to budget, project evaluation and experience in heritage or working with volunteers particularly for heritage projects are required.

Position is subject to Enhanced Disclosure Check