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Programme Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £23,000 – £25,000 pro-rata
  • Easterhouse
  • Closing 6th December 2023

  • Advertised from 20th November 2023
  • 16 hours per week, varying, including daytime, evening, weekends. Fixed term until 31.03.25
  • 3% contributory pension.


Blairtummock & Rogerfield Partnership has secured funding to deliver the Easterhouse Creative Climate Futures project.

From now until March 2025, Creative Climate Futures will work with organisations and local residents in two “pioneer” neighbourhoods in Glasgow to understand what climate change means locally, to imagine what climate ready futures might look like, and to speed up local action to make these a reality.

Creative Climate Futures is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The funding has been awarded through Glasgow City Council’s Communities and Place Fund and is being led by sustainability charity Sniffer, workingwith Creative Carbon Scotland, Community Land Scotland, Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, the Scottish Communities Climate Action Network and Glasgow City Council. You can find out more general information about the project here.

Easterhouse has been chosen to be one of the ‘Pioneer Neighbourhoods’ and Pavillion will host a Programme Coordinator post to take this work forward with partners.

Purpose of Job

We are seeking a Programme Coordinator to lead the delivery of this project, working closely with local partners to ensure the local community shape and gain access to new and exciting opportunities, through delivery of a range of creative activities and conversations, that will bring positive change for the local environment and for local people, influencing and shape the priorities that matter to them.

Being creative, innovative and ideas driven, to support delivery of multiple programmes of activity and be able to forge strong positive relationships with partners and local people are key attributes for this post. The postholder will be responsible for taking a coordinated approach to implementing activities with partners that address the key identified environmental issues affecting local people.

The postholder will receive support to establish key outcomes and report against these over the course of the project. The postholder should have experience working with a range of age groups and are able to demonstrate experience in taking a community-led approach to service delivery.

Application notes

An application pack is available for download below.

Complete all fields truthfully, completely and accurately; failure to do so could invalidate your application. Your form should be completed and submitted via email to

Please note that CVs are not accepted.

Deadline for submitting applications: 5pm on Wednesday 6th December 2023. Interviews will be held on Friday 15th December 2023.