The role of the Communities Manager is to engage with traditionally non-engaging communities within Glasgow and develop links for GCA. There is a particular focus on the LGBTQ+ communities as well as those affected by poverty, trauma, homelessness as well as those from the BAME communities.
The Communities Manager will lead/facilitate the Kinder Stronger Better (KSB) Operational Group and be the conduit to the KSB Steering Group as well as managing KSB Volunteers. GCA is the lead partner in Kinder Stronger Better.
KSB are a group of LGBTQ+ community members and professionals in Glasgow that came together to design a LGBTQ+ alcohol and other drug related health campaign and called it #KinderStrongerBetter. KSB works together towards communities and services that are visibly supportive of LGBTQ+ people who are affected by their own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use. This project is part of wider work being undertaken by the Glasgow LGBTQI+ Substance Use Partnership, comprising alcohol, drug, LGBTQ+ and family support services, as well as the NHS and academic researchers. The group was set up in recognition of the health inequalities experienced by LGBTQ+ people around substance use (alcohol & drugs) and following on from research showing that LGBTQ+ people can face additional barriers to accessing drug and alcohol support.
In return for choosing to work for GCA, the benefits you will receive are:
• Very generous annual leave entitlement: full time employees start with an annual leave entitlement of 37 days (inclusive of 12 bank holidays) which increases to 38 days after 2 years, 40 days after 5 years and 42 days after 10 years length of service.
• 5 duvet days where employees may take time off at short notice.
• Death in service policy of 2 times salary.
• Cycle to work scheme where employees can save money on a new bike and spread the cost.
• Training and development commitment to help employees perform to the best of their abilities.
GCA was founded in 1965 and is the oldest established Council on Alcohol in Scotland. GCA is a voluntary organisation working to reduce the harm caused by alcohol misuse through the provision of a range of high quality advice, information, counselling, support, prevention and education and training services.
If you need the application form in an alternative format please contact Glasgow Council on Alcohol, 14 North Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7LE Tel: 0141 353 1800 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Please note: A PVG membership will be required for this post. This will be arranged by Glasgow Council on Alcohol.
No CV’s please, submit completed applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org