At Southside Housing Association we offer a highly challenging and rewarding work environment which gives employees the opportunity to make a real difference. The quality of our services depends on the quality and skills of our staff. Our departments work closely together to ensure our customers receive a great service and each of their needs are met.
Southside Housing Association continues to maintain its Investor in People (IIP) Award through formal and informal learning and development.
We offer a wide range of job opportunities from front line advice to management roles. Southside Housing Association has a diverse workforce of 80 staff to serve its diverse community. Southside Housing Association continues its commitment to Glasgow City Councils Living Wage campaign.
Southside Housing Association is committed to Equality of Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Southside Housing Association Ltd is a recognised Scottish Charity No. SC 036009
Southside Housing Association Ltd is a charitable community controlled housing organisation. We own and manage approximately 2,200 houses and through our own factoring company, SFARS, provide a factoring service to a further 800 houses. As a Community Anchor organisation we are involved in a number of Community based services and initiatives and are recruiting for a number of posts within our Community Services Teams.
Care and Repair Manager
EVH Grade 8 (£37,412 – £40,476)
Southside Housing Association manages Glasgow Care and Repair. We are seeking an experienced service manager with drive and energy to develop the Glasgow Care and Repair Service to meet the changing needs and demands of our client group and evolve the service to tackle funding and other challenges ahead.
The successful applicant will have sound technical knowledge and a proven track record of service management and improvement, understand their role as a manager of staff and volunteers and provide leadership and direction to the team.
Community Initiatives Team Leader
EVH Grade 7 (£31,282 – £34,350 Fixed Term for 12 months)
We are seeking a dynamic and creative individual who has the skills and experience to help deliver a range of services and activities as part of Southside Housing Association’s role in local communities.
The successful applicant will support the Association to improve and enhance the quality of neighbourhoods and the wellbeing of local communities through positive integrations with residents, community and statutory organisations. You will have excellent interpersonal skills.
The successful applicant will assist in accessing grant funding and generated income streams to build our community initiatives portfolio.
Volunteer Coordinator (21 Hours fixed term to 8.12.19)
EVH Grade 6 (£26,748 – £29,241) Pro Rata
As Volunteer Coordinator you will work within the Community Initiatives Team to establish a new volunteering approach within our Advice Team Service. We are looking for experienced candidates with great interpersonal skills to recruit, train and manage volunteers and their relationships with those they support. This is an opportunity funded by the Big Lottery Investing in Communities Fund and therefore is time limited.
Community Initiatives Coordinator (Fixed term to 31.03.18)
EVH Grade 6 (£26,748 – £29,241)
We have secured People and Communities Funding to allow us to deliver a range of activities and initiatives in the neighbourhoods we support. We are seeking a well organised individual to co-ordinate and promote these activities. The successful applicant will have an excellent track record of working with a range of individuals, groups and organisations. They will be able to demonstrate an enthusiastic and creative approach to engaging with individuals and bringing groups together.
Closing date for all posts: Friday 19th May 2017 at 12 noon
Interviews will be held Week Commencing 5th & 12th June 2017.
Southside Housing Association is a Registered Social Landlord and is required to follow Scottish Government guidelines for procurement by public bodies. When purchasing goods, services and works Southside Housing Association aims to achieve best value for money whilst maintaining the highest standards of honesty, integrity, impartially and objectivity.
Some of our high value contracts for works and services exceed the threshold for EU procurement, and in those instances the Association will utilise procurement processes which are compliant with the European Commission legislation.
The Association will procure contracts in the following ways:
We advertise all of our opportunities with a contract value of over £20,000 on the Scottish Government’s Public Contracts Scotland website and we encourage prospective contractors or suppliers to sign up to receive notifications about any contract opportunities.
If you see a contract advertised that your company is interested in tendering for, you should follow the instructions given in the Contract Notice or advert.
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