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    Jobs

    Currently, Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) are not hiring, but please keep an eye on this page for any forthcoming positions.

    Equality & Engagement Manager
    Salary: £30,766.10 (£27,689.49 pro rata)
    Hours: 31.5 hours per week
    Contract: Fixed term until 30 September 2024, with the possibility of extension subject to funding

    Closing date: Midnight 11th February 2024
    Proposed Interview Date: 15th & 19th February 2024
    Apply by application pack only, CV's not accepted.

    Full details can be found here:
    https://goodmoves.org/.../Equality-&-Engagement-Manager

    Volunteer

    Volunteering has proven benefits to health and well-being. It also can help realise career and personal potential. It is important to the ethos of CSREC that this opportunity is open to as many people as possible and that volunteers kind enough to donate their time to us are drawn from the same richness of diversity of our communities.

    ** LIST OF VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES **

    To volunteer, complete this application form and send it to volunteer@csrec.org.uk or drop it off at our office.

    Join the CSREC Board

    If you are passionate about equality, diversity, inclusion, and human rights then this could be the voluntary role for you.

    Interested parties should have a passion and commitment for equality, diversity, inclusion and human rights, alongside the ability to provide strong governance and direction to ensure the delivery of CSREC’s objectives.

    Why choose CSREC?

    As a Director of CSREC,

    • you will be at the forefront of challenging inequality and promoting human rights
    • you will work with others to establish programmes and projects that will change the lives of a large number of people for the better
    • you will be part of a dynamic and high-profile organisation committed to promoting peace and justice by bringing together diverse people to minimise social fragmentation and exclusion by building community cohesion.

    Being a Director on the Board is a voluntary position, although out-of-pocket expenses can be claimed.

    What next?

    Applicants will be invited to an informal meeting with the Membership Subcommittee and invited to attend a Board Meeting to assess suitability.

    For more information, please contact us.

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