North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network is a progressive and forward thinking organisation which acts as a catalyst and a development forum for voluntary sector providers and community organisations in North West Glasgow. Our aim is to promote and enable effective information sharing, good communications and the exchange of ideas within the voluntary sector.  These advertised posts offer an exciting and challenging opportunity that will create real benefits for the successful applicants and to the local communities with which they will engage.

The Network is currently recruiting for the following positions, funded by Glasgow Community Planning Partnership:

  • Network Manager (28 hours), £32,505 pro-rata
  • Network Development Officer (20 hours), £27,300 pro-rata
  • Network Communication Officer (20 hours), £27,300 pro-rata

We are seeking to employ a capable and accomplished team to further develop and support the network membership, to be of assistance to its existing and new voluntary sector service providers, and to service the Executive Committee who are held accountable to its member organisations.

This post is funded initially to 31 March 2018 on a fixed term contract and then, subject to funding application, for a further fixed term of 3 years as the next stage of a continuing development programme.  The post is also subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check

Closing date for applications is Friday 30 June 2017. For more information and an application pack please e-mail margaret@drumchapellife.co.uk

Through good communication and team effort, you will liaise with voluntary service providers as well as a  wide range of partners in the public and private sectors.  You will present and co-ordinate the views of the NWGVSN Executive Committee and their member organisations by actively participating in and influencing relevant public and private sector bodies.  As a team, the post holders should be able to develop, encourage and recognise diversity through promoting the voluntary sector as an equal partner and by communicating the common interests of all voluntary sector service providers.

A qualification in Community Development or a similar field is preferred but we equally encourage applications from candidates with considerable relevant experience in a community setting