CLD Worker (Adult Learning)
CLD Worker (Adult Learning) - Grade 4: £24,743 - £27,993 per annum (Fixed - Term until 31 March 2019)
Glasgow Kelvin College is committed to promoting Excellence, Progression and Enterprise.
Applications are invited from candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to the ethos and vision of the College, and who can help shape and develop a learning organisation which best serves the communities of north east Glasgow and beyond.
The College is seeking to employ an additional Community Learning and Development Worker to support its community adult learning programmes would particularly welcome applications from people who can support partners to engage with the College's accredited adult learning programmes, have experience of assessing learning outcomes in community settings and have experience with community engagement and asset mapping.
This position is fixed term until end March 2019, relating to current funding, but the College will seek to gain extended funding.
The main adult learning programmes to be supported include:
- the Community Achievement Awards programme which supports community partners and their adult service users and volunteers to gain SCQF credit recognition of the learning arising from involvement in, delivery and development of community activities;
- a new Locality Planning Award which supports local people to engage in groups to help prioritise community planning programmes;and
- asset mapping within local communities of the north east of Glasgow and engaging with people and organisations in local communities in the North East of Glasgow
You should possess an HNC (SCQF Level 7) or equivalent in an appropriate subject or possess relevant and sustainable experience as an alternative to formal qualifications.
You will be experienced in community learning and development roles in adult or youth work settings and be able to transfer CLD principles, values and practice from one setting to another.
Previous experience of community work and excellent communication skills are essential.