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Youth Programme Coordinator

Organisation: Provan Hall Community Management Trust

Salary: £25,500.00 pro rata

Location: Glasgow

Join our team at the medieval Provan Hall as youth programme coordinator, engaging young people at one of Glasgow’s oldest houses.

Provan Hall is an A listed medieval building, dating back to 1470s, located in Auchinlea Park, which sits at the heart of Easterhouse. The building has undergone a £2m restoration by Glasgow City Council that will safeguard this important heritage asset as a new hub for heritage, arts and creative learning and engagement, and a visitor gateway to the Seven Lochs Wetland Park.

Following its restoration, Provan Hall is managed and operated by the Provan Hall Community Management Trust. The aim of the Trust is to engage and inspire local people to value and take part in caring for their local heritage. We aim to provide cultural, heritage and creative opportunities that connect local people and visitors to Provan Hall through inclusive means of heritage interpretation and activities.

Provan Hall Community Management Trust were awarded a grant by the National Lottery Community Awards for All fund to initiate a youth programme at Provan Hall. Following on from the success of this project, we have been awarded a grant by The Graham Trust and The Robertson Trust. These grant enables us to focus a programme of arts, heritage and cultural engagement with young people aged 5 – 24 across Easterhouse, Glasgow.

The postholder will coordinate a programme of activities for young people to inspire enthusiasm and develop participation in our organisation. The post holder will further develop our current connections with local youth groups and initiate new ones across the wider area, furthering young people’s involvement in Provan Hall and our organisation. The role will include coordinating with our project partners, delivering and/or coordinating arts, heritage and cultural workshops, developing youth forums, liaising with freelance professionals, staff and supervising volunteers.

This is a maternity leave post initially covering 9 months of maternity leave but may extend to 12 months.

The work pattern is 14 hours per week (flexible and dependent on project activities/schedules).
The salary is £25,500.00 pro rata.

For full details and application form, please visit our website: https://www.provanhall.org/opportunities-and-volunteering

Applications deadline is Sunday 5th May at midnight. Applications to be sent to info@provanhall.org

Application Deadline: Sunday 05/05/2024