The Circle Glasgow – Job Opportunities

We are thrilled to announce that we have job opportunities at The Circle Glasgow that are supported by the Government’s No One Left Behind LTU Programme. Facilitated by GCVS and MoveOn, we have a few roles within the hub starting in October.

Read on for the job opportunities we have available as we scale The Circle across Scotland.

Introduction 

The Circle is an award-winning More Than Profit® organisation that supports businesses to make a difference in their communities. A More Than Profit® business aims to make a profit, which will fund positive social change.

The Circle offers fair-rent workspaces within the friendly and inclusive ‘The Circle Community.’ Accessible business advice through ‘The Circle Consultancy’ and social entrepreneur training with ‘The Circle Academy.’

 

Job Title – General Assistant 

The Role 

Based within The Circle Glasgow team, you will work under the guidance of the Hub Manager across various aspects of the business. You are supporting where appropriate including covering reception, helping with essential cleaning duties or office admin tasks. As this is a development role, you will learn on the job as you go. 

Duties

Key

  • Make sure that the premises are clean, tidy and safe to use. 
  • Liaising with people who use the building. 
  • Storing equipment and supplies safely. 
  • Ensuring disabled access to the building where necessary. 
  • Ensuring wash areas and toilet areas are regularly replenished and kept clean and tidy 
  • Ensure all communal areas are clean tidy and replenished after each break time 
  • Office administration including scanning, filing, document management, research 
  • Organising meetings and diary management 
  • Maintaining internal records for tenants and liaising with appropriate 
  • Minute taking for meetings

Job Title – Cleaner

The Role 

Based within The Circle Glasgow team, you will work under the guidance of the Hub Manager across all aspects of facilities within the organisation including cleaning offices, training rooms and washrooms. As this is a development role, you will learn on the job as you go. 

Duties 

Key  

  • Make sure that the premises are clean, tidy and safe to use. 
  • Liaising with people who use the building. 
  • Storing equipment and supplies safely. 
  • Ensuring disabled access to the building where necessary. 
  • Ensuring wash areas and toilet areas are regularly replenished and kept clean and tidy 
  • Ensure all communal areas are clean, tidy and replenished after each break time. 
  • Maintaining adequate stock levels of cleaning products. 
  • Cleaning The Circle’s office including desks, printers, phones and keyboards. 

Job Details for both roles

Location – The Circle, 69 – 71 Aberdalgie Road, Easterhouse, Glasgow, G34 9HJ 

Hours – 30 hours per week, shift-based including some evening and weekend hours. No overtime will be paid but a time off in lieu (TOIL) system operates for additional hours worked. 

Accountability – Hub Manager 

Salary – £9.90 p/h 

Person Spec for both roles

  • Fall into the relevant criteria to qualify for the LTU funding 
  • Keen to develop your skills, knowledge and experience with a willingness to develop yourself  

Ability and Aptitude for both roles

  • Willingness to learn. 
  • Positive attitude. 
  • Hard-working. 
  • Customer service. 
  • Attention to detail. 
  • Desire to work to a high standard. 

 Benefits for both roles

  • 4-day work week 
  • 28 days statutory holiday, inclusive of public holidays (pro-rata) 
  • Two weeks of annual leave over Christmas and New Year, as part of your holiday allocation. 
  • Company pension scheme with NEST 
  • Internal Training opportunities 
  • Inclusion in many networking and social events throughout the year with our growing membership and reputation 
  • The opportunity to be part of one of Sotland’s most exciting new start-up, award-winning organisations

Eligibility for both roles

This vacancy is only available through the No One Left Behind LTU programme

  • All applicants MUST be residents of Glasgow
  • Aged 25 years plus
  • 12 months or more out of work
  • not in education or training
  • who would, without significant investment, struggle to secure/sustain employment
  • experience additional barriers to securing employment e.g. carer, ethnic minority, disability etc.

How to Apply 

Please send a CV and covering letter to glasgow@thecirclecic.org.uk 
Deadline – Midnight 18th of September
Proposed interview dates – 21st/22nd of September
Proposed start date – 3rd of October 

Both roles are for 6 months with the potential of extending to a permanent contract subject to funding.

Get in touch via the email above if you have any questions.

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