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Cassiltoun HA: Community Woodlands Officer  

Application Deadline: Sunday 01st May 2011
Community Woodlands Officer (With responsibility for coordination of the Commonwealth Community Woodlands legacy project). EVH Grade 6 23 169 25 381 (pay award pending) 2 year fixed term contract. Cassiltoun Housing Association, Glasgow, is seeking to build on its successful 26 years of delivering quality housing and regeneration to the people of Castlemilk.

The Association is seeking to appoint a Community Woodlands Officer who will be supported to develop and deliver a new and exciting project within Castlemilk Park (woods) and wider green space in Castlemilk. We are looking for an enthusiastic, personable individual with excellent communication skills who is self motivated, organised, confident and tenacious but with the ability to remain calm and engaged. You must be able to work on your own, using your own initiative and be willing to go that extra mile in making a positive difference to the community.

The role involves increasing the use of Castlemilk Park and the Cathkin Braes through engaging with the public and maintaining and developing excellent working relationships with other local agencies including the local schools, Police, Youth Complex, Jeely Piece Club, local Regeneration Agencies, and Housing Associations etc.

To apply E-mail Diane@evh.org.uk or tel 0141 352 7445.

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