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Vacancies: LGBT Youth Scotland

CURRENT VACANCIES:

Youth & Community Development Officer (Scottish Borders)

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Full-Time until June 2014 (funding dependent thereafter)

£23,232-£25,716 per annum

You will lead the development of our work with LGBT people, groups and networks by working with groups of young people and in partnership with local stakeholders. Experience of community development, working with young people and knowledge of the local area is essential.

Closing Date: Friday 14th June 2013 (4pm)

Interview Date: Week Commencing 1st July 2013

Sessional Youth Worker (Based in Berwickshire)

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Approx 3 - 6hrs/week

£9.29-£10.31/hr (depending on experience and qualifications)

You will lead the delivery of a youth group and support young people on an individual basis. Experience of community development, working with young people and knowledge of the local area is essential.

Closing Date: Friday 14th June 2013 (4pm)

Interview Date: Week Commencing 1st July 2013

Development Manager (Glasgow)

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Full Time, 37hrs per week

AP5 £26,502 - 28,866 per annum

LGBT Youth Scotland is looking for a highly effective Development Manager within the Policy Team to manage key projects (domestic abuse and LGBT History Month) and further develop the work of the team. This is a key role and the successful candidate will need to work across the whole team to plan, deliver and evaluate activities and work with the Policy Director to develop the work of the team.

Closing Date: Wednesday 12th June 2013 (4pm)

Interview Date: Week Commencing 17th June 2013

HOW TO APPLY FOR A JOB WITH US

You can apply for any of our jobs by downloading and completing this application form. Completed applications should be e-mailed to helpdesk@lgbtyouth.org.uk or posted to our Edinburgh Office at 40 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6JD.

Completed applications should be returned by 4pm on the closing date. Applications received after this time will not normally be considered for short listing.

You should make sure that the personal statement section of your application demonstrates how your experience, skills and abilities meet the selection criteria set out in the Job Description. A Job Description can be found next to each job advertised.

We recognise the time and effort that goes into completing job application forms and that’s why we respond by phone or e-mail to everyone who applies for our jobs, whether successful or unsuccessful.

 
 

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