Impact Arts
Impact Arts

Charity registered in Scotland SC032430

Impact Arts is a Scottish charity that works to help people and communities transform their lives through art and creativity.

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Project Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £24,500
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 15th May 2024

We’re looking for a project co-ordinator to work across many of Impact Arts’ areas of work including Impactful Starts, CashBack to the Future, and Creative Pathways, working with young people; a range of heritage and arts projects; developing and supporting schools-based work including art therapy and artist residencies; coordination of our parental employability projects and supporting delivery of our tenancy support project Make It Your Own.

We are looking for someone who is dynamic, who will bring considerable experience, creativity, energy and passion to the role and who wants to join our mission in tackling inequalities across Scotland. In return you will join a fun and vibrant team and an organisation which highly values our people.

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Finance Assistant

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th March 2024

Purpose

The Finance Assistant will contribute to the effective and efficient financial and administrative management of Impact Arts.

Main Responsibilities:

  • To assist in ensuring the timeous and accurate recording on Xero Accounts of all income and expenditure, in line with Impact Arts’ financial procedures with the inclusion of The Boardwalk, Impact Arts venue hire social enterprise
  • To deposit cheques and cash at the bank
  • To administer and reconcile petty cash, prepaid cards and banking feeds
  • To assist with financial reporting as per project and funder requirements
  • To process purchase invoices and manage purchase order system via apps, Xero and bank
  • To process payments for project participants and payroll for sessional staff wages
  • To carry out credit control
  • To reconcile and issue all sales invoices
  • To assist with online payments, preparation of weekly payment runs, in line with Impact Arts’ spend policy
  • To support with the induction of new employees
  • To work with the Finance Co-ordinator to document and improve systems and procedures
  • To assist with the central administration systems of Impact Arts, ensuring that financial processes and procedures are embedded across the staff team as well as ensuring that written procedures/ how to guides are documented and kept updated
  • To assist the Finance Co-ordinator and Head of Finance & Corporate Services in tasks as directed
  • To assist with all month end, quarter end, year end and audit processes
  • To maintain the finance filing system

You will be expected to be proactive and use own initiative and judgement to prioritise daily tasks and use this judgement in order to forward plan in the short to medium term.

  • To represent Impact Arts at events
  • To participate in training, meetings and events as required
  • To support and promote Impact Arts’ Values
  • To carry out any other duties appropriate to the post in line with Impact Arts’ needs
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Trusts & Foundations Officer

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £26,000
  • Glasgow with hybrid working
  • Closing 18th August 2023

Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a national arts organisation which tackles inequalities in Scotland through creative engagement. We envisage a Scotland where everyone values and benefits from the power of creativity to transform lives.

We are on the search for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our Development Team. This includes:

• Supporting and helping drive forward our goals, ambitions and annual income targets

• Ensuring the sustainability of our 3 year pipeline

We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic team member who can bring a proven track record of securing grant income through Trusts and Foundations, and/or has transferable skills and experience, including in the third sector with charities or social enterprises. Ideally you will be passionate about, and/or have experience across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Housing, Health, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work).

Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals.

Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits (See below).

If your skills and/or current experience aligns with our needs, we would like to hear from you!

In searching for the right person for this position, we are open to flexible working patterns/ hours and the potential to work from home (with visits to our main office in Glasgow). We place more importance on the skills and experience you can bring to our organisation. Do feel free to have a conversation with us and let us know what you need in order to perform at your very best.

Company Benefits

• Hybrid and Flexible working (by request)

• Home working (by request)

• Generous Annual Leave

• Staff Wellbeing (e.g. Employee Assistance programme, regular social events etc)

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Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd June 2023

Impact Arts is a leading Scottish creative social enterprise and registered charity. As such we are governed by our Board that is currently made up of 13 Trustees. All Trustees including our Chair (Jim Sweeney MBE), are volunteers and from a range of backgrounds. As a result they bring a wealth of experience and skills to the role. In order to take the organisation forward, the Trustees wish to appoint 2 new Trustees to the Board.

Trustee Responsibilities

• Accountable for the overall strategic leadership and direction of Impact Acts

• Championing and promoting the work of Impact Arts through their networks

• Overseeing the affairs of Impact Arts through efficient, effective and accountable governance

• Ensuring the organisation is professionally run, manages risk, operates strict financial controls and acts in accordance with its aims and objectives

• Upholding our core values

Trustee Duties

As a responsible charity, we take best guidance in upholding our duties and responsibilities as Trustees. The following link provides a full overview. scvo.org.uk/running-yourorganisation/good-governance/governance-roles and-responsibilities/

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) has produced ‘Guidance and Good Practice for Charity Trustees’. The document sets out in detail the duties and responsibilities of charity trustees in Scotland. v10_guidance-and-good-practice-for-charity-trustees.pdf (oscr.org.uk)

Trustee Specification

Our Trustees will uphold and represent our purpose, vision, values and mission in a personal and professional capacity and will come from a range of backgrounds and relevant experience. Our current Board includes Trustees with a range of experiences including youth work, employability, criminal justice, regeneration and placemaking, finance, HR and our youth Trustee with experience of Impact Arts’ projects.

We have a Board skills matrix which helps to identify the mix of experience and knowledge on our Board and also highlights what gaps exist and what priorities we should have for future recruitment.

We are keen to ensure that our Board is representative of those we aim to support through our delivery and as such we particularly welcome applications from:

• People who are based in North Ayrshire or with strong links to the local authority

• People with diverse lived experience to bring diversity of voice to our Board – being Black, Asian, Mixed Ethnic and/ or a person of colour, LGBTQI, living with a disability, care experience etc

Previous Trustee experience is not essential and we are particularly keen to receive applications from Trustees with experience or knowledge of the following areas:

1. Commercial Property Management

2. Social Enterprise

3. Arts/ culture/ creative industries

4. Government policy

5. Equalities & Diversity issues

In addition, the following skills & experience are beneficial:

• Innovative thinking

• Financial knowledge & understanding

• Ability to communicate effectively

• Collaborative team working

• Data analysis & interpretation

• Knowledge of or commitment to Charity Governance

• Leadership skills

This post is not remunerated however reasonable expenses are payable in line with our standard expenses policy.

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Development & Fundraising Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £30,000 – £32,000
  • Impact Arts’ Head office at The Boardwalk in Glasgow
  • Closing 9th June 2023

We are looking for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our Development Team and to:

  • Support and help drive forward our goals, ambitions and annual income targets (as outlined in our 5 year business plan)
  • Ensure the sustainability of our 3 year pipeline

We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic team member who is ready to develop into, or can bring a proven fundraising track record of, securing large grants/tenders. Ideally you will be ready, or have experience to deliver across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Health, Housing, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work). A confident and capable individual they will be a key part of the Development team

Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals. Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits (See below). If your skills and current experience aligns with our needs, we would like to hear from you! In searching for the right person for this position, we are open to flexible working patterns/hours and the potential to work from home (with visits to our main office in Glasgow). We place more importance on the skills and experience you can bring to our organisation. Do feel free to have a conversation with us and let us know what you need in order to perform at your very best.

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Trusts & Foundations Officer

  • Full time
  • £23,000 – £25,000
  • Glasgow Head Office
  • Closing 28th November 2022

Job Purpose

  • To work within the Development team and with the Head of Development to ensure that annual income targets are met and that our 3 year pipeline is sustainable.
  • To proactively take a lead role in developing strong relationships with and secure funding from a range of different Trusts & Foundations
  • To remain abreast of key policy developments and opportunities relevant to Impact Arts Strategic Plan and to develop viable opportunities for work aligned to these.
  • To liaise between Business Development, Delivery and Finance to ensure the smooth flow of communication between all departments in relation to funding awarded and developed
  • To support the Development Team with administrative tasks

Main Responsibilities:

  • Growing Impact Arts’ networks with Trusts & Foundations which result in strategic alignment of programme delivery and development and aligned with our Business Plan
  • Writing compelling proposals and funding applications which successfully secure income against agreed targets.
  • Communicating across the Development and Delivery teams to ensure developments are informed by learning and evaluation and that Delivery teams have clear outcomes and targets set.
  • Managing our internal bid library which contains template wording for funding applications and tender proposals and other key documents often required when applying for funding
  • Administration support, including keeping our CRM and filing systems up to date and collating feedback from funding applications and tenders
  • Carrying out any other duties appropriate to the post in line with Impact Arts’ needs.
  • Acting as an ambassador for Impact Arts at events, meetings etc.

Please download the Job Description below for further information about the role.

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Youth Volunteering Development Co-ordinator

  • Part time
  • £24,000 – £26,000 pro-rata
  • Flexible but travel to Edinburgh, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire and North Ayrshire required
  • Closing 4th October 2022

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Background

Impact Arts delivers a number of different services aimed at young people between the ages of 14 and 26 - in 2020/21 almost 80% of our work focused on children and young people alone.

As a result of resent co-design projects we are aware that many of the young people we work with, have a desire to continue their engagement with the organisation as volunteers. Through further conversation and consultation we heard that these young people wish to undertake volunteer opportunities as either a Sketchy Youth or Peer Support Volunteer.

Sketchy Youths– are Impact Arts’ Youth Steering Group. The group currently comes together to explore how we can best support the young people we engage with and adapt or develop projects that respond to their needs. Looking forward we would like to expand this group, provide them with stronger support; explore the roles and responsibilities of this invaluable group and equip them with the tools and knowledge that support them in their roles.

Peer Support Volunteers – young people, particularly those with protected characteristics, told us that they would like to support others to engage with Impact Arts by sharing their stories and experiences with peers (many of whom are seen to be hard to or are too nervous/anxious to engage); and that they would be keen to do so as volunteers where these opportunities supported them to grow their skills and move closer to employment.

The Youth Volunteering Development Coordinator will help us to:

• Design and deliver best practice volunteer policy and practices within Impact Arts

• Co-design youth volunteer positions in partnership with those we seek to engage

• Achieve our ambitions of embedding youth volunteering across our services

• Ensure that every volunteer benefits from strong support and development

Subject to PVG | Disclosure Scotland check

Purpose

To lead on the development of a new youth volunteering programme for Impact Arts that will significantly increase our number of youth volunteers and improve our offer to young people.

To develop robust youth volunteering policies and procedures

To coordinate the recruitment, engagement and development of youth volunteers at Impact Arts.

To enhance the capacity of Impact Arts and our staff to support young people with protected characteristics.

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Children’s Services & Safeguarding Manager

  • Part time
  • £36,000 – £40,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow with travel to Ayrshire
  • Closing 10th October 2022

Background

Impact Arts is a leading provider of school-based emotional and mental health Art Therapy services in Scotland. Established in 1994 its mission is to tackle inequalities in Scotland through creative engagement. It offers a flexible menu of school-based mental health services, available to children, their families and/or carers as well as CPD to teachers and staff of Glasgow’s schools and in a community setting within North Ayrshire. The opportunity has arisen for us to appoint this Children’s Services & Safeguarding Manager position which will allow us to effectively and safely deliver art therapy and other children’s services while looking to grow the reach of our children’s services nationally.

Purpose

To lead and manage all aspects of the Art Therapy and therapeutic counselling service, currently in Glasgow and North Ayrshire, in line with the delivery targets and quality standards set by the organisation.

To lead and manage a range of projects for children, including Creative Outdoor Play and creative collaborations with schools aimed at supporting wellbeing and attainment as well as creative expression.

To play an active role as a key member of the Programme Management Delivery team.

To be the organisational Dedicated Safeguarding Officer, supporting our delivery team working with children, young people and vulnerable adults to ensure the highest standards of safeguarding are upheld across the organisation.

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Children’s Services Administrator

  • Part time
  • £21,000 – £23,000 pro-rata
  • The Boardwalk, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow
  • Closing 4th July 2022

To support our Art Therapy and Children’s Services across Glasgow and North Ayrshire. To work closely with the Head of Service to manage referrals to the service, liaise with local schools and ensure that the service runs smoothly and efficiently.

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Art Therapist

  • Part time
  • £30,000 pro-rata
  • Impact Arts base in Irvine and delivery from Primary Schools across North Ayrshire.
  • Closing 4th July 2022

We have recently been awarded substantial funding from the Corra Foundation to deliver Art Therapy services across North Ayrshire. Our Art Therapy services are designed for children who may be experiencing significant barriers to their personal and educational development and present: low self-esteem, anxiety, aggression, depression, difficulties making transitions and/or engaging with their peer groups both in and out of school. This funding has a particular focus on children and families affected by substance misuse/addiction. Our Therapeutic group work is delivered where common themes amongst groups of children are identified. A particular focus will be on those at risk of struggling to make a successful transition from primary to secondary school (a key reason for referrals into our art therapy service to date).

A crucial element of this work is to make sure this is a fun, positive and supportive experience and not a stigmatised ‘therapy’ group. The group work aims to support those displaying emotional, social and behavioural issues, and the development of positive peer networks/ relationships, whilst helping to instil social skills/ emotional resilience that will enable successful and ongoing integration with mainstream education.

The purpose of the Art Therapist post is to provide Art Therapy for children identified and referred through the Art Therapy Programme, to assess children for suitability for individual therapy/ group therapy and to provide therapy and psychotherapy interventions for children on a 1:1 basis or in groups of 4-8 children. Caseload numbers will be discussed with the Head of Service. We require a skilled art therapist who is experienced in working with this client group, of working closely with statutory services to provide holistic care and for whom following robust safeguarding procedures is of utmost priority. In return we offer a supportive and professional working environment with regular supervision from our Art Therapy Supervisor, peer support sessions and support & supervision from the Head of Service.

This fixed term post is for the North Ayrshire region and delivery will predominantly take place from our Irvine base and Primary schools across the locality.

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Employability Compliance Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £21,000 – £24,000
  • The Boardwalk, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF (option for hybrid/flexible working)
  • Closing 27th June 2022

Impact Arts have successfully delivered youth employability programmes for over 12 years and in that time have developed a successful track record which has resulted in us securing large scale employability contracts such as Skills Development Scotland’s National Third Sector Funding. At this time, we are looking for an enthusiastic, organised and committed Compliance Co-ordinator to join Impact Arts, who will support the employability team by ensuring the highest standards of compliance are achieved and outcomes are maximised through effective evidence and claims.

The Employability Compliance Co-ordinator will be instrumental in ensuring that our internal controls, processes and systems are implemented effectively and compliant with funder requirements. They will support the team to successfully achieve desired outcomes for a range of funders.

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Marketing & Communications Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £27,000
  • The Boardwalk, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF
  • Closing 31st May 2022

We are currently looking to recruit a dynamic and experienced Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator to provide maternity cover starting in July 2022. This is an exciting role, that provides great opportunities for the right person to make their mark; build on the strong foundations built by our existing member of staff and take forwards the significant branding and website developments that are currently taking place.

Based at: The Boardwalk, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF. However, we are open to this role working in a hybrid way with a minimum of 3 days/ week based in Impact Arts’ Glasgow office.

Travel: You will be expected to work at other locations as required

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Employability Youth Worker

  • Full time
  • £24,526
  • Edinburgh – venue TBC
  • Closing 23rd May 2022

Impact Arts has a long history across Edinburgh and the East Coast delivering high quality youth engagement. We have recently been awarded funding through Edinburgh City Council’s Young Persons Guarantee to deliver a year round hub, offering creative and employability workshops to young people across Edinburgh. The role of Employability Youth Worker is essential within our organisation and reflects the increased need for specialised youth support within our employability work.

The role of Youth Worker has been designed to give our young people varying levels of support, from 1-2-1 conversations, group work, accreditation prep and ultimately, to support them to take their next positive steps.

We are looking for someone who is dynamic, who will bring considerable youth and/or employability experience, energy and passion to the role and who wants to join our mission in tackling inequalities across Scotland.

We use the arts and creativity to tackle social inequalities, but this role does not require the candidate to have any previous experience or qualifications in the arts. Our delivery teams are always made up of one artist and one youth worker to provide a balanced and rounded experience for our participants.

Purpose

  • To support young people attending Impact Arts programmes to achieve their outcomes and to progress on to further education, training or employment.
  • To lead on continuous improvements of programmes, ensuring high quality social outcomes and meeting stakeholders’ expectations.
  • You will be instrumental in the delivery of two of our most high profile programmes – Creative Pathways and CashBack to the Future.
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Development & Fundraising Officer

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £30,000
  • Glasgow - You will be expected to work at other locations as Impact Arts may reasonably require
  • Closing 28th February 2022

Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a national arts organisation which tackles inequalities in Scotland through creative engagement. We envisage a Scotland where everyone values and benefits from the power of creativity to transform lives.

We are on the search for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our growing Development Team and to:

  • Support and help drive forward our goals, ambitions and annual income targets (as outlined in our new 5 year business plan)
  • Ensure the sustainability of our 3 year pipeline

We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic and experienced team member who can bring a proven fundraising track record of securing large grants/tenders and can deliver across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Housing Health, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work). A confident and capable individual they will be a key part of the Development team.

Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals.

It is important to us that we recruit an individual with vitality and who can hit the ground running straight away. Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits.

If your skills and current experience aligns closely with our needs, we would like to hear from you!

In searching for the right person for this senior position, we are open to flexible working patterns/hours and the potential to work from home (with visits to our main office in Glasgow). We place more importance on the skills and experience you can bring to our organisation. Do feel free to have a conversation with us and let us know what you need in order to perform at your very best.

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Art Therapist

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 13th December 2021

We are currently increasing our pool of Art Therapists as demand for delivery of children’s Art Therapy across Glasgow and North Ayrshire has increased. Our Art Therapy services are targeted at those children most in need of support, including those experiencing significant trauma, those living with parental substance misuse and those residing in kinship care. We support high tariff child protection cases and as such require skilled art therapists who are experienced in working with this client group, of working closely with statutory services to provide holistic care and for whom following robust safeguarding procedures is of utmost priority.

Opportunities for work are available across the Glasgow and North Ayrshire regions and delivery will take place in a variety of settings including:

  • Impact Arts’ offices in Glasgow and Irvine
  • Schools across the areas
  • Community venues

The purpose of the Art Therapist post is to provide Art Therapy for children identified and referred through the Art Therapy Programme, to assess children for suitability for individual therapy/ group therapy and/or Dyadic therapy with a parent or carer and to provide therapy and psychotherapy interventions for children on a 1:1 basis or in groups of 4-6 children.

Caseload numbers will be discussed with the Programme Manager and will depend on the availability of the art therapist.

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Artists Mentoring Programme Manager

  • Part time
  • £29,000 pro-rata
  • Irvine, North Ayrshire
  • Closing 6th December 2021

Impact Arts has a long history of working in North Ayrshire, delivering high quality youth employability, mental wellbeing and community based work. In 2020/21 we worked in partnership with West Kilbride Community Initiative to deliver our highly successful Makers & Artists Mentoring Programme. We are delighted to have received Community Renewal Funding via North Ayrshire Council to deliver this project in North Ayrshire once more.

The Artists’ Mentoring Programme is open to artists who are currently unemployed or underemployed, and provides a structured training programme, 1 to 1 mentoring and hands-on experience in community engagement practice. As a result, and whilst engaging members of their local community, participants become equipped with the tools and skills needed to have a viable and sustainable career within participatory and community settings and/or to support the development of a self-employed portfolio career.

The successful candidate will lead on the delivery of the Programme as well as Creative Scotland funded wellbeing work delivered in partnership with local schools. They will be responsible for a Coordinator and a team of mentors who will support 10 Artists to develop their skills in participatory arts practice.

We expect the successful candidate to be passionate about artist development, creative engagement and the role of artists in engaging our communities. They will be at ease engaging with a range of partners from artists to senior stakeholders and funders to community groups and schools, implementing best practice in their engagement and support and knowledgeable of local and national policies. The successful candidate must demonstrate adaptability and excellence in programme management.

We are looking for someone who is dynamic, who will bring considerable experience, creativity, energy and passion to the role and who wants to join our mission in tackling inequalities across Scotland.

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Development & Partnerships Manager

  • Part time
  • £34,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow with option for home working
  • Closing 9th August 2021

We are on the search for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our growing Development Team and to:

  • Support and help drive forward our goals, ambitions and annual income targets (as outlined in our new 5 year business plan)
  • Ensure the sustainability of our 3 year pipeline

We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic and experienced team member who can bring a proven track record of securing large grants/tenders and/or who has a wealth of relationships with a wide range of Scotland’s stakeholders, (including Local and National Government, public bodies, housing associations and 3rd sector organisations), across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Housing Health, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work). A confident and capable individual they will support our Leadership team to be a public face for Impact Arts.

Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals. It may be that you are able to support us with all of our development needs – but we also recognise that you may have significant experience & proven results by being more of a specialist. It is important to us that we recruit an individual with vitality and who can hit the ground running straight away. Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits,

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Youth Recruitment Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £22,000 – £26,000
  • Glasgow - Remote home working may be required initially and dependant on local restrictions
  • Closing 20th July 2021

To help Impact Arts’ achieve its aim of developing the life chances of young people by engaging suitable referrals to a range of our youth facing projects.

To proactively develop strong relations with third sector organisations, youth delivery partners and statutory services and across the geographies in which Impact Arts delivers to ensure project engagement targets are met.

To bring a strong knowledge of relevant sectors including youth employability, homelessness and education to the Impact Arts team.

To find out more about the role, please download the Job Pack below.

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Trustee

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Head office is Glasgow based however we would welcome applications from across the central belt and beyond.
  • Closing 29th March 2021

Impact Arts is a forward-thinking community arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change. We consider the arts as a positive tool for change – helping people to build confidence and attain new skills, get back into work or education, source work in the creative arts and enjoy better health or improve quality of life.

We currently have 10 Trustees on our Board from a range of different backgrounds and are recruiting for one more Trustee. You will contribute to the overall governance of the charity and bring specialist knowledge in any of the following areas –

  • Mental Health
  • Youth Employability
  • Criminal Justice
  • Homelessness
  • Local Authority or Scottish Government Policy
  • Fundraising
  • The Arts and Creative sectors
  • Older People

The overall time commitment for this position is four quarterly meetings held in the evening, a half-day of strategy and the AGM. There may be ad-hoc duties throughout the year. Our Head Office is based in Glasgow, but we are keen to speak to individuals across Scotland.

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