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Community Engagement Worker (Adult Programme)

  • Part time
  • £24,570 pro-rata
  • The Beatroute Arts Centre, 285 Wallacewell Road, Balornock, Glasgow. G21 3RP
  • Closing 4th February 2024

  • Advertised from 11th January 2024
  • 22 hours per week: £15,444.00* Monday to Friday with development time to be worked flexibly in line with the needs of the organisation. Occasional weekend working may also be necessary. Period of Contract: Permanent role, subject to continued funding for this post, and successful completion of a 6-month probationary period.
  • Holidays: 28 days, plus 8 public holidays pro-rata. Pension: 3% employer contribution, auto-enrolment to Nest upon start date.


Beatroute is a community-led music and arts charity based in Balornock, in the North East of Glasgow. From its premises 'The Beatroute Arts Centre', the organisation offers free, high-quality creative and holistic activities for local community with a particular emphasis upon young people and vulnerable community groups (such as older people and young people/adults with disabilities). Beatroute aims through its member-led programmes to improve quality of life for local people and to increase free learning opportunities for both young people and adults in an area sited as being within the 5% most impoverished regions in Scotland (Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation Analysis 2020), addressing the 'poverty gap' and advocating for a fairer and more equal society.

Main Purpose of Job: To deliver the adult engagement programme at the Beatroute Arts Centre and to work under the advisement of the Project Manager in the planning and development of all member-led activities.

*Beatroute Arts is currently trialling a 4-day working week which results in a percentage uplift in salary for part-time staff, rather than a reduction in hours. If this trial is to be continued beyond the trial period, this uplift will be reflected in contract for this post. To be discussed further at interview.

Application notes

An application pack is available for download below.

The deadline for applications is: Sunday the 4th February at 5pm