Minority Ethnic Advocacy Project (MEAP)
Recruitment opportunity
West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) and Govan Community Project are looking to recruit the following posts for our new and exciting Minority Ethnic Advocacy Project.
 
1.    Project Manager
full time @ £26,500 per annum
 
2.    IT Resource and Administration Officer
full time @ £25,000 per annum 
 
3.  Bilingual Advocacy Workers
2 x 33.5 hours per week (£19,500 Per Annum) pro rata
 
4.  Bilingual Advocacy Workers
4 x 15 hours per week (£19,500 Per Annum) pro rata
 
(All of the above are funded from 1st April 2018 till 30th June 2019)
 
Minority Ethnic Advocacy Project is working to deliver a new and innovative community-led advocacy service to vulnerable and harder to reach minority ethnic (ME) communities in Glasgow and Renfrewshire. Our aims are to empower and build resilient diverse communities through community integration and engagement with mainstream services.
 
Organisational Profile
West of Scotland Regional Equality Council challenges discrimination, reduces inequality and promotes good relations between all communities. We work closely with minority ethnic communities from across the West of Scotland to identify service needs and gaps and respond to them by delivering short and long term projects which meet these needs.  We have achieved accreditation in Investors in People.
 
These post are funded through the Aspiring Communities Fund (European Social Fund and Scottish Government)
 
Application and other documents can be downloaded via the button below
 
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Please complete the application as well as the monitoring form and email them torecruitment@wsrec.co.uk or post a hard copy to:
 
Recruitment
West of Scotland Regional Equality Council
Napiershall Street Centre, 39 Napiershall Street, Glasgow, G20 6EZ
 
The deadline for submission of applications is Tuesday 30th January 2018 12.00 NOONApplications received after this time will NOT be considered.  Please only complete the application and monitoring form as CV’s if attached will NOT be considered
 
Please note in advance that Interviews will be held week beginning 19th February in Glasgow
 
If you have any questions please call 0141 337 6626 or email admin@wsrec.co.uk

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