The Phoenix
The Phoenix

Charity registered in Scotland SC042716

Rock Community Church is a vibrant church community serving Dumbarton and the surrounding area. As part of our vision, we aim to be actively engaged in celebrating, supporting and loving the people within our community. In 2018 we created a community hub, The Phoenix, designed to primarily serve the people of Dumbarton West, namely the residents of Castlehill, Westcliff, and Brucehill. The Phoenix includes a community cafe and a wide and varied activities programme including youth work, toddler provision, adult learning, intergenerational events, art classes, fitness classes, wellbeing programme and volunteer opportunities.

Current vacancies

Adult Learning Worker

  • Part time
  • £23,773 pro-rata
  • On site: Dumbarton
  • Closing 24th July 2024

About the Organisation

The Phoenix is a Community Hub in Dumbarton West, it was set up in 2018 by Rock Community Church. The Rock is a vibrant church community serving Dumbarton and the surrounding area. The Phoenix is designed to primarily serve the people of Dumbarton West, namely the residents of Castlehill, Westcliff, and Brucehill. The Phoenix includes a community cafe and a wide and varied activities programme including youth work, toddler provision, adult learning, intergenerational events, art classes, fitness classes, wellbeing programme and volunteer opportunities.

Purpose of role:

We are looking for a passionate and dedicated Adult Learning Worker to support our activities programme working with the community, partners and the Phoenix Team.

You will help support Volunteer recruitment identifying training and learning needs putting together an annual syllabus of learning opportunities.

You will consult with our local community to identify opportunities for Dumbarton West to access opportunities to learn new skills and support the development of a users forum who will help implement the results of our consultation.

Key Responsibilities

  • To support Volunteer recruitment, identifying training, learning needs and creating an annual syllabus of learning opportunities.
  • Consulting with the local community around training, employability and learning needs.
  • To develop a users forum who will lead our community consultation, implementing their recommendations for our activity programme.
  • Delivering adult learning courses and stand alone sessions.
  • Developing links with third party organisations who can provide elements of adult learning programmes.
  • Develop links with local residents who can offer their skills and knowledge to the learning calendar.
  • Undertake training as required.
  • Support major events within The Phoenix’s calendar alongside the staff team.
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