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NLC7 £24,108 – £26,764 (Pro Rata)
Working within the Community Learning & Development team you will be responsible for delivering CLD services as part of the Community Learning and Development Service, with a focus on community-based Gaelic services.
Your role will be to develop and co-ordinate community-based Gaelic services, in line with the North Lanarkshire Gaelic Language Plan, and CLD funding agreement. Your role will sit within the Adult Learning section, although you may also be required to work with families and young people.
Previous experience in working with young people, families, and adults desirable.
Fluency in the Scottish Gaelic language (written and spoken) is essential.
An enthusiastic and motivated individual, you will have knowledge of different approaches to working within communities as well as good communication skills and the ability to work well as part of a team. Experience of partnership working, funding applications, report writing, and events organisation are desirable.
CLD Support Workers will be allocated across North Lanarkshire and may be required to work daytime, evenings and weekends as part of the role and responsibilities.
A relevant qualification of SCQF level 5 and above is essential.
You will require to become a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme member prior to starting this post.
Work pattern: 10 hours per week (days/times TBC at interview)
Various and work patterns this will include daytime and evening provision, including hours weekends both day and evening provision.
This post is temporary until 30/06/2022.
Please note this is a re-advertisement. Previous applicants will still be considered and need not re-apply.
Working here at North Lanarkshire Council
If you’re considering a career with us, you’ll be keen to know what’s in it for you. We have a great package of benefits available, from health and wellbeing to finances and family. This includes 26 days annual leave and 6 public holidays*, and a wide range of offers available to you through our NLLife reward site. We also have a full package of learning and development through our learning academy LearnNL to help you reach your full potential and further your career.
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*For all casual/sessional roles, you will receive 12.1% of your hourly rate for every hour worked in total recompense for annual leave, including public holidays. These rates will be indicated separately on your payslip. You will only be paid for the hours that you work.
We are a Disability Confident Leader and offer a guaranteed interview to applicants who consider themselves to be disabled and who meet the minimum requirements for the position.
We have also adopted the Armed Forces Community Covenant to show our support for service personnel, veterans and their families. We offer a guaranteed interview for service leavers, spouses, reservists and veterans, as long as they meet the essential criteria of the person specification/job description.
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