We have recently been granted funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Lottery Community Fund Awards for All which has enabled us to recruit new staff posts for some exciting projects.
Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator:
Full time. 2 Year contract.
The postholder will design and deliver a broad range of community engagement, paid traineeship and volunteer activities to actively engage and inspire the local community to learn about, enjoy and value their local heritage. The postholder will ensure that volunteers are valued and that local community links are nurtured. See job description and person specification for more details. This role is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Youth Programme Coordinator:
14 hours per week. 6 month contract.
Salary: £24500 (pro rata)
Provan Hall Community Management Trust have been awarded a grant by the National Lottery Community Fund Awards for All. The grant enables us to focus a programme of engagement with young people aged 8 – 18 across Easterhouse, Glasgow. The postholder will coordinate a programme of activities for young people to inspire enthusiasm and participation in heritage learning, conservation and creative arts at Provan Hall. The postholder will further develop our current connections with local youth groups and initiate new ones across the wider area. The role will include coordinating with our project partners, liaising with freelance professionals, staff and supervising volunteers.
Role profiles and Application Form below. Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Wednesday 16th August
Join our team at Provan Hall as Engagement Assistant. The postholder will carry out a wide range of tasks including ensuring a warm welcome for visitors and delivering activities to engage and inspire the local community to learn about, enjoy and value their local heritage. See our recruitment pack for more information.
Applications to be sent to email@example.com by Sunday 26th June at midnight.
This post is subject to ongoing/pending funding.
We invite applications from artists across various platforms to deliver creative workshops which provide guidance and inspiration for our local school community to design a mascot for Provan Hall. We are interested to hear from visual artists, crafters, the environmentally focussed and other artists, including those who work with people with additional support needs, those with sensory impairments, those who are neurodivergent and/or physical disabilities.
Project fee: £1680.00
Target audiences: School children P4 - P7
Project schedule: We envisage the preparation and delivery of this project to take 8 days between August – December 2023
We have a limited budget for materials so please give details of materials and an amount if you require materials for your proposed sessions.
As this is a freelance opportunity, public liability is required from all artists engaged at Provan Hall and an up to date and appropriate membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required for any artist who is in engaged in regular work with protected children or adult groups.
To receive a full project brief please email Christine Pont at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a proposal, please submit a covering letter detailing your experience of working with young people, interest/experience in working with heritage or charitable organisations, your proposed art focus for this project and your availability along with a CV to email@example.com by Tuesday 6th June 2023.
This opportunity is grant funded by a Glasgow City Area Partnership Award.
We have a range of exciting opportunities for you to get involved in at Provan Hall. If you're interested in getting outdoors with our gardening and conservation team, helping us set up our tours or social media content or delving into the building's history, take a look at the links below to find out more.
Let us know if and what you're interested in by completing the Volunteer Application Form and send to our new Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator, Saskia McCracken at firstname.lastname@example.org
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