The Women's Centre Glasgow
The Women's Centre Glasgow

Charity registered in Scotland SC007670

For over 25 years we have provided a safe space for women in Glasgow. We aim to empower women by offering them opportunities to strengthen their choices in a challenging economic climate leading to changing their lives.

Current vacancies

Wellbeing Project Worker and Volunteer Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £28,000 – £30,000
  • On site: The Women’s Centre Glasgow, 17 Shawpark Street, Glasgow, G20 9DA
  • Closing 17th June 2024

The Women’s Centre provides a holistic service to address the physical & mental health and wellbeing of women. The successful candidate will build on the existing health & wellbeing work and develop a range of new activities.

A key aspect of the role is to recruit, induct, manage and support volunteers to work across all aspects of The Women's Centre.

We are seeking a compassionate, enthusiastic worker to improve the lives of women and families across Glasgow.

About The Women’s Centre

The Women’s Centre provides a safe, confidential and welcoming space to women living in Glasgow. We provide a range of activities and services including; a drop-in café, counselling, health and wellbeing services, mother and baby classes, creative and educational activities. We welcome women of all identities and believe in the power of working together to bring about positive change.

What we offer

The opportunity to work in a vibrant community-based centre as part of a small, welcoming and dynamic team.

The Women’s Centre has a long history of making a difference to the lives of women in Glasgow. We are seeking to build on our existing programme by responding creatively to the needs of women who currently use the centre and to develop work which will attract new users to the centre. This work will positively impact and empower women.

The role offers an exciting opportunity to take responsibility for developing our wellbeing programme, and for establishing a volunteer programme which supports the work of the centre.

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