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2018 Diary
C in the Park 2018
Sun 17th June '18
12pm to 4pm
ALL WELCOME
Board Meeting (126)
Thu 14th June '18
6pm to 7.30pm
PRIVATE MEETING
Board Meeting (125)
Thu 17th May '18
6pm to 7.30pm
PRIVATE MEETING
Board Meeting (124)
Thu 12th Apr '18
6.30pm to 8pm
PRIVATE MEETING
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES MEETING
Tues 10th Apr '18
10.30am to 12noon
come get a cup of tea and tell us what activities you would like to see for adults

Board Meeting (123)
Thu 8th Mar '18
6.30pm to 8pm
PRIVATE MEETING
Board Meeting (122)
Thu 8th Feb '18
6.30pm to 8pm
PRIVATE MEETING
Board Meeting (121)
Thu 11th Jan '18
6.30pm to 8pm
PRIVATE MEETING
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vacancies

See below our list of vacancies. Please carefully follow instructions on how to apply for each post.

 

Volunteering (THIS OPPORTUNITY IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE)

Opportunity Type: Volunteering Opportunity

BCDC are enthusiastic about the Barmulloch and surrounding areas and we expect volunteers to feel the same way. The company is going through many changes and has expanded dramatically in the last few years. We have many opportunities for people to volunteer including admin assistants, receptionists, clean up squads, event volunteers, the list is endless. We take care pride in anyone volunteering for us and you will be an equal amongst others in a wide range of skills and experience. Volunteering is an important part of personal development of anyone and is the ideal opportunity to enhance your CV and show potential employers your commitment to working. This is exciting and rewarding work and you will be able to determine the level of involvement that suits you.

Essential Requirements: PVG/Criminal record check will be required.

How To Apply:
Please send a brief email outlining in what way you would like to volunteer, if you have one, attach a CV and send to contact@bcdcglasgow.co.uk quoting reference VOLUNTEERING in the subject line.

Closing Date: Not Applicable

Number of Places: Unlimited

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Cleaner/Caretaker (THIS POSITION HAS NOW BEEN FILLED)

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22nd May 2017 

Opportunity Type: Part Time Cleaner/Caretaker

Part-time Cleaner/Caretaker – 16 hours per week at living wage

Overview:

The cleaner/caretaker will be a crucial staff member of the company and will be a trusted keyholder. We are looking for someone who is hardworking, honest, reliable, flexible, dependable and self-motivated who is willing to uphold the ethos of our Charity. You would be working between multi-sites with varied days and times.

Duties:

You would be working between local multi-sites on varied days and times. You will work in a close relationship with the Centre Coordinator and must be able to take direction. Duties will include vacuuming, dusting, polishing, collecting domestic refuse, sweeping, mopping, litter picking, small maintenance jobs and reporting defects. Experience in health and safety, risk assessments, COSHH and first aid is preferred but not essential as long as you have a willingness to learn. Basic numerical and literacy skills are required for safe measuring of cleaning fluids. You may be asked to carry out other reasonable duties relevant to the management and operation of the company as required. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Essential Requirements:

PVG/Criminal record check will be required

How to Apply:

Please forward CV or personal statement to - contact@bcdcglasgow.co.uk
quoting reference JCC01 in the subject line.

Alternatively please post to

F.A.O. Chairperson of BCDC
Reference JCC01
Hope House,
567 Broomfield Road,
Glasgow, G21 3HW

Closing Date: 31st May 2017

Number of Places: 1

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Centre Co-Ordinator (THIS POSITION HAS NOW BEEN FILLED)

Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity

Overview: The co-ordinator will be at the very heart of the Centre, responsible for its day-to-day management and development. A dynamic organiser and people leader, the job holder will be responsible for devising and implementing new ideas to serve community needs and to maintain a high level of business performance. The Co-ordinator will be the first line of contact with hall users and will be required to liaise, co-ordinate, administer and manage hall lets in accordance with Company policies, and maintain a high level of customer service and satisfaction. Responsible for the management of Staff and Volunteers, finances and implementing the policy and ethos of the company. This position is for 3 years and further information is available on request. Duties: •Receive and record all bookings for premises •Prepare timetables and staffing rota’s •Review and implement Health and Safety policies and practices to ensure all statutory guidelines and legal obligations are met. This should include overseeing the maintenance of appropriate records, including health and safety, risk assessment, COSHH, manual handling accident reporting, first aid etc. •Assume main key-holder status •Design and maintain an Emergency Action Plan •Create and implement day-to-day operating procedures •Ensure buildings, facilities and equipment are maintained to required standards (e.g safe, clean and in good working order, regular checks are carried out and records maintained) •Carry out simple repairs and liaise with external contractors •Devise and introduce an effective feedback system for users e.g. enquiries, information, bookings, complaints and suggestions. •Supervise IT Learning Centre •Manage Centre Business Plan and amend /update in conjunction with BCDC Development Officer. •In conjunction with Development Officer design an Annual Planned Preventative Maintenance programme and be responsible for implementation as stated •Take responsibility for security of premises •Prepare facilities for hall users, including setting up/down of equipment •Design new activities and programmes for the Centre in conjunction with the Development Officer. •Manage personal work pattern and that of volunteers to meet the needs of Centre activities, bookings and events •Maintain Company Website •Carry out other reasonable duties relevant to the management and operation of the Centre as required by the Development Officer

Essential Requirements: PVG/Criminal record check will be required.

How To Apply:
Please forward CV and cover letter to recruitment@jbg.org.uk
quoting reference NSGH Cen20085 in the subject line.

Closing Date: 21st March 2016 (extended by an extra 7 days)

Number of Places: 1

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