Fixed term 12 months
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced project planning officer to join our team and provide support to the planning and development of the North East Health and Social Care Hub at Parkhead. This significant investment in the East End of Glasgow will provide a range of health and social care services to the local population, as well as community resources such as café and library.
Key responsibilities include;
- the co-ordination and implementation of the Arts Strategy for the Hub
- communication and engagement with a broad range of stakeholders including local cultural and community organisations
- exploring opportunities for additional/ match funding from partner agencies and funding authorities
- related commissioning and procurement activity including developing briefs, contracts or agreements and remuneration mechanisms for the individual projects (working in close consultation and signed-off by the Arts Strategy Group and Executive Group)
- reporting to the Arts Strategy Group on progress, barriers and potential solutions
- and enabling a co-ordinated and inclusive approach to the integration of therapeutic design and art and on-going creative and performing arts activity ensuring it is inclusive and relevant to local communities in the Parkhead and wider NE/ Glasgow area.
The successful postholder should be educated to degree level education or equivalent and have excellent planning and project management skills.
Experience in planning and/ or project management is essential along with excellent communication skills. The postholder must be able to work collaboratively across teams and have ability to quickly establish their credibility with colleagues, partners and stakeholders at all levels.
Degree or experience in Arts, Design, Humanities, Arts Education or Applied Arts and Museums or Community Arts, Arts and Health or Museum Education is desirable.
The postholder will be self-aware and authentic, able to develop and maintain effective positive relationships with key partners to secure their engagement throughout the period of the development of the NE HUB and secure a positive legacy thereafter.
Monday to Friday
Alison Hodge, Change and Development Manager (Children’s Services and North East Locality) Landline 041 277 7466 Business Admin 0141 277 7452
Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Pack
EU Settlement Scheme
EU, EEA or Swiss nationals are strongly encouraged to join the EU Settlement Scheme prior to 30th June 2021. As part of the recruitment process, you will be required to produce proof of your EU Settlement status from 1st July 2021 to demonstrate your Right to Work in the United Kingdom.
Existing employees may be asked to provide evidence of their EU Settlement Status from 1st July 2021.
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NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have.