Jobs

Please note we do not advertise all of the jobs we manage as we link these directly to our existing customers. 

To apply for any of the vacancies below, you must be a Glasgow City Council resident, be aged 16 or over, and be unemployed or working under 16 hours.

 

Hanlon Client Vacancies

Lists the latest vacancies added to this Hanlon Client database.

handy person

Reference: han24729
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Full time handyperson required for Company in east end that repair electric golf trolleys and golf buggies Mon To Friday 8.30 to 4.30 pm £10 per hour
Duties: • Good hand skills, to assist with the repair of electric golf trolleys and golf buggies. • Someone with an electrical or mechanical background would be advantageous . • A full driving licence. • Confident and pleasantly mannered as will be dealing with customers face to face and over the phone. • Will be required to book customers in, taking details of equipment requiring repair and customers contact details. • Taking card/ cash payments. • Full training will be given.
Essential Requirements: A full driving licence.
How To Apply: To apply please speak to your JBG advisor or call our customer service team free on 0300 123 2898
Closing Date: 6 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Community Impact Coordinator

Reference: Com24713
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Please note this position is a fixed term position for 9 months and that while the location is stated as Stirling, it is not essential for candidate to travel to Stirling due to current home working and COVID-19 restrictions. If you’re super-organised, a self-starter and enjoy no two days being the same, this may well be the role for you. You’ll work from our office in Stirling (Currently a home working position) supporting our Community Impact Team. This is a hands-on administrative and data management role – internal and external – so you’ll be a quick learner, adaptable and have great people skills. You’ll be joining a business that thrives on achieving results that benefit people and communities, and offers you incredible opportunities to learn, grow, develop and take your career in the direction you want. Your new role What you’ll do: Assist the team to drive and improve quality data management, coordinate processes to ensure consistency and compliance in recording and reporting information Take a lead role in information management in compiling project case studies, content for dept intranet and marketing community development related outcomes Responsible for developing and managing template documents, data collection, data analysis and supporting the production of regular reports for projects Provide advice and guidance on using internal recording and reporting system Implement and coordinate process for consistency and compliance in relation to Social Value and Frameworks Maintaining a library of supporting templates, tools and guidance information Manage and maintain structure and content of dept SharePoint page Recording data for Considerate Constructors Scheme and collating information for monthly distribution through Group Administrative support to Director of Social Sustainability and Group Community Development Manager Provide general administrative support to Community Development Advisors across the geography of the business. What you’ll need: Experience in an administrative/coordinator role Attention to detail and proficient in analysing data Experienced in using Excel to record and analysis data Excellent communication skills. Including written, oral and presentation. Must be comfortable in a variety of situations Proficient on all relevant software including all Microsoft office packages including outlook, word, excel and PowerPoint and willingness to learn new and develop new systems First class customer service skills are essential, together with a positive outlook and flexible team working attitude Can do attitude with ability to exercise initiative and prioritise duties accordingly Ability to work to a high standard against agreed timescales with limited supervision Quickly connect and establish credibility with people operating in key partners and stakeholders’ organisations Prepare summary information, intelligence and internal reports Who we're looking for: People are at the heart of everything we do and achieve at Robertson. To fit right into the team you’ll be polite and respect other people’s opinions; look for opportunities to learn; understand that processes and procedures really do matter; positively represent Robertson and contribute to the success of your team and our business.
How To Apply: For more information on this position and to apply please visit: https://careers-robertson.icims.com/jobs/6662/community-impact-coordinator---9-month-fixed-term-contract/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=706&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=0&jun1offset=60
Closing Date: 6 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Surveying Assistant

Reference: Sur24711
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description Individual required to fulfil the role of surveying assistant, providing general assistance to our Building Surveyors (B.S), Quantity Surveyors (Q.S) and Project Managers (P.M). Specific responsibilities as noted below. Key Responsibilities Accompanying senior P.M and Q.S colleagues on inspections of construction site visits and meetings. Taking records of the same to include written notes, meeting minutes and photographic records. Accompanying senior B.S colleagues on building surveys and site investigations. This will involve an element of carrying equipment such as ladders Assist with the composition of written reports following site inspections and surveys. To include the input and annotation of photographs into Word documents and the composition of meeting minutes General office duties, which may include answering telephones, typing, filing, taking deliveries, collecting items such as keys and generally assisting senior staff with their daily operations. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Experience of Microsoft Office Packages General numerical competence General verbal and written competence Presentable Professional manner An interest in the built environment
How To Apply: To apply please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Surveying assistant in the subject line.
Closing Date: 7 August 2021
Number of Places: 0

Apprentice Loft Insulator

Reference: App24735
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Fantastic opportunity available for an apprentice loft insulator. The position would suit someone who likes early morning starts and can work under pressure. The ideal candidate will be able to communicate efficiently with his teammates and the company owner regularly, maintain a company vehicle and company equipment, have CSCS card or working towards, be able to work at height and from ladders and has some building knowledge, be polite, have clean drivers’ licence (the person would be responsible for a small works van and teamed up with an experienced worker), be looking for long term prospects, be fit and ready for hard work Preferably have previous site experience The Role • Full time position (39+ on site hours per week) • Monday to Friday, occasional weekend where required • All works based in Central Scotland • Driving involved often before and after work The Company Offers • Opportunities to advance into an experienced role where they would be learning other skills within our company. • Pay above minimum wage / apprenticeship rate
How To Apply: To apply for this position please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Apprentice Loft Insulator in the subject line.
Closing Date: 9 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Hair Stylist (Part Time)

Reference: Hai24736
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Part-time Stylist for Curzons, Bishopbriggs • Part-time position available within busy salon. • Hours and days are flexible. • Preferably on a self-employed basis although will be flexible for the right person. • Must be fully qualified and competent in all aspects of hairdressing. We are based within Bishopbriggs and are a friendly and energetic team needing help with our growing client base. The salon is open 7 days a week with late nights. Hours and days are flexible.
How To Apply: Contact Christine on 07816896330 to arrange a brief chat followed by a model.
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 0

Packing Operative ( Backshift)

Reference: Pac24737
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Packing operative required for well established bakers based in Balmore Industrial Estate. Hours Mon to Thursday 11:30 – 8pm and Friday 11:30-3:30
Duties: Working as part of a team packing goods for despatch, adhering to health & safety and food hygiene regulations
How To Apply: To apply speak to your JBG advisor or call our customer service team free on 0300 1232898 to register
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Packing Operative(early Shift)

Reference: Pac24738
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Packing operative required for well established bakers based in Balmore Industrial Estate. hours 06:00-14:30 mon-thurs and 06:00 – 13:30 on a Friday
Duties: Working as part of a team packing goods for despatch, adhering to health & safety and food hygiene regulations
How To Apply: To apply speak to your JBG advisor or call our customer service team free on 0300 1232898 to register
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 2

Production line operative

Reference: Pro24739
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Production line operative required for Bakery production Shifts 6:00-2:30 mon – thurs and 6:00-1:30 Friday
Duties: Working on production line, adhering to health & safety and food hygiene regulations. repetitive work.
How To Apply: To apply speak to your JBG advisor or call our customer service team free on 0300 1232898 to register
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 4

Workshop Assistant

Reference: Wor24731
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Alloy wheel and tyre specialist based in the Southside of Glasgow are seeking to recruit a Workshop Assistant.
Duties: Duties include fitting and installing alloy wheels and tyres and serving and dealing with customers. General workshop duties such as keeping the workshop tidy, following health and safety process, answering the phone.
Essential Requirements: Excellent customers service skills, willing to learn tyre and alloy fitting, good team player, reliable and hardworking
Desirable Requirements: Similar experience
Additional Information: Rate of pay to be discussed with employer. Monday - Friday
How To Apply: Please speak to your JBG adviser or contact 0300 123 2898 to register.
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Childcare Practitioner

Reference: Chi24733
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Nursery based in Maryhill are seeking to recruit a Nursery Practitioner - although this post is to cover maternity leave you can expect to be offered a 2 year contract and could lead to permanent further down the line for the right candidate.
Duties: To care for and support the development of a group of nursery children assigned to you through implementing the agreed curriculum responding to the children’s interests.
Essential Requirements: Candidates should be enthusiastic and a good team worker as well as a knowledge and understanding of: Early Childhood Education Child Protection Curriculum for Excellence Childcare Nursery School Preschool
Desirable Requirements: Experience in a similar role
Qualifications Required: HNC in Childcare and Education or equivalent
Additional Information: Successful applicants are required to fill in a Protection of Vulnerable Groups form which will be paid by the employer.
How To Apply: Please speak to your JBG adviser if already registered or call us on 0300 123 2898 to register and apply.
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Trainee Administrator

Reference: Tra24712
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: Well established fabric supplier based on South Street are seeking to recruit a Trainee Administrator. This is an exciting, varied role with the opportunity to work towards a SVQ in Business Administration. This opportunity is open to candidates aged 16-19 years.
Duties: Duties include: Taking orders/answering enquiries by telephone & email Working with sage line 50 to process sales & purchase ledger invoices Stock control Import/export ledger VAT returns General office administration
Essential Requirements: A high level of English and Maths, a good communicator must be confident to speak with clients over the telephone and in person and able to work in a dynamic environment. Must have a strong interest in the administration sector and willing to work towards an SVQ.
Desirable Requirements: An admin or accounts qualification from school would be an advantage.
Additional Information: Full time hours – 9am-5pm Monday to Friday
How To Apply: Call our freephone number on 0300 123 2898 or speak to your JBG adviser if already registered.
Closing Date: 13 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

HR Admin assistant

Reference: HRA24709
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 A fantastic opportunity has arisen to provide administrative support to our small and friendly HR team. The main duties of the job will be to assist with the recruitment and induction of new staff, learning and development activities, payroll and maintaining accurate HR records. There will also be an opportunity to be involved with some HR project work. You will need to have excellent communication, teamworking and IT skills. Some experience of undertaking admin duties is required, however full training and support will be provided specific to this role. We are looking for someone who enjoys working with others, is enthusiastic to learn new systems and processes and is motivated to provide an efficient HR service within GSC. Key Responsibilities Assist with all aspects of recruitment administration – editing job descriptions, posting advertisements, preparing applications for short-listing, setting up interviews, arranging inductions and communicating with candidates throughout the process. Provide support for training courses or learning and development activities – issuing course information, creating and updating attendance lists, hospitality arrangements and communicating with attendees and course leaders throughout Work on individual HR projects and provide administrative support to wider HR projects as required Assist with payroll administration – updating records and preparing information for the Finance team. Assist with the administration and data input of records for HR and Learning and Development. Produce staff name badges, issue uniforms and locker keys as required. Provide general support to the HR team to include filing, mail duties and staff communications. Willing to participate in further training as required Ensure confidentiality in accordance with GDPR and other relevant legislation including GSC’s IT Policy. Implement the GSC 5-star Customer Service promise. Offer a fun, safe and welcoming environment to all customers. To work within the standards of the GSC’s health and safety policy. To carry out other reasonable duties/ tasks as required delivering and meeting the objectives of the HR team and GSC. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge/Qualifications Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 5 or 6 (National 5 or 6, Scottish Vocational Qualification level 2 or 3) or equivalent Detailed knowledge of Microsoft packages e.g. Word Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Desirable Knowledge of HR procedures Experience Previous experience undertaking administrative duties in a work, school or personal environment.
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting reference HR Admin in the subject line.
Closing Date: 15 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Chef

Reference: Che24710
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description As a member of the Piping Centre kitchen team, you must: Be able to work evenings and weekends and be flexible with your hours Have a strong work ethic and be willing to take on challenges Have the ability to cook and present fresh food to a consistently high standard Key Responsibilities Sorting and storing foods orders appropriately Preparing food and being able to give your team mates a hand in other areas Stock rotation and labelling food within EHO guidelines Maintaining your work station cleanliness and sanitation to ensure a safe working environment Essential skills, experience and qualifications No experience is essential as our team will train you to our highest standards Have the ability to push yourself in tricky situations Be eager to learn new skills Have an interest in food and presentation
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting reference Chef in the subject line.
Closing Date: 15 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Copywriter Officer

Reference: Cop24687
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description You will be responsible for bringing a creative brief to life, from concept development all the way through to delivery of brilliant finished work in the form of clear, compelling copy. You will be dealing with general administrative duties including emailing, client correspondence, and office. You will liaise with internal and external stakeholders, from set-up to completion, you'll be checking in with the team, partners, clients regularly, either by phone, email or face-to-face. Key Responsibilities To work with briefs and create impactful original ideas To work with creative teams to ensure that the visual elements of the webpage complement the words To use your understanding of customers needs and desires, supplemented with trends and research, to write effective copy that delivers results To write for webpages, blogs and potentially for social media, e-books, slogans, and video script and provide other digital content if required. Document control in line with GDPR regulations Essential skills, experience and qualifications Strong listening skills, so that you can understand what the client wants and effectively develop a project brief Excellent writing ability, including the ability to write in different styles and to other people's direction Good research and analytical skills to gain an accurate understanding of the subject in question The organisational ability to manage multiple projects, often to tight deadlines A creative approach, both in coming up with ideas for new projects and for getting a message across innovatively The ability to work independently and flexibly Good attention to detail, including the ability to proofread your own and others' work Strong interpersonal skills as you'll be working with a range of clients as well as creative and marketing team members An understanding of digital marketing and search engine organisation (SEO) Specific IT skills, such as an understanding of HTML or WordPress
How To Apply: Please send you cv to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting reference Copywriter in the subject line.
Closing Date: 15 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Digital Marketing Officer

Reference: Dig24688
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description Won Connect CIC is looking for a Digital Marketing Officer. The role involves the promotion of products and services through a variety of our digital organisation's multi-channel communication strategies and may work across several areas, or specialise in a few. Key Responsibilities Contribute to social media engagement and brand awareness campaigns Liaise with website developers and use web analytics software to monitor the performance of our websites and make recommendations for improvements Assist with paid media, including liaising with digital advertising agencies Develop and integrate content marketing strategies You will be responsible for managing our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pintrest) Researching and contacting potential joint venture partners for ad swaps Building our opt-in list and emails; join and engage with groups and pages on social media platforms related to our target market to post comments, offers, services and products on their walls and to find potential joint venture partners Drive traffic and leads to our website by generating leads and sales via our social media platforms and build niche posts that promote and sell our products and services Essential skills, experience and qualifications The candidate must have good attention to detail, analytical skills (data collection and analysis), technology skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, self-motivated, creative problem-solving skills, experience with major social media platforms. The candidate must be smart working, friendly, with a very good and positive mindset, courteous, business minded and driven individual who will enjoy being part of a thriving and buzzing environment in a progressive company.
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting reference Digital Marketing Officer in the subject line.
Closing Date: 15 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Sales Officer

Reference: Sal24689
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description Are you a salesperson looking for a customer facing Sales Officer role? Do you live in the Glasgow area? Would you like to grow a career in the creative industry with a successful social enterprise? The main responsibility for the role will be to achieve realistic revenue objectives through strategic sales and customer retention. To promote the business face to face with potential clients. They will be responsible for ensuring effective communications with our target market, partners, clients and communities. Key Responsibilities Sales- face to face and telephone based. Speaking with new and existing customers and take them through the full sales process. To take the lead in developing new and innovative ways to communicate with the business's beneficiaries, partners, and general public To provide full consultative support to existing customers and potential clients General Administration: general administrative duties including emailing, client correspondence, office Complete necessary reports, review figures, set targets and KPI's, budget accordingly and impacts of services To generate leads for Won Connect and liaise with the Marketing Team Essential skills, experience and qualifications The successful candidate should be a highly motivated individual with sales to reach their targets. It is a varied role that means no 2 days are the same in an extremely fast paced working environment. Ability to work strategically, use own initiative, collaborative team. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Highly organised,. Excellent attention to detail. Entrepreneurial mindset and hands-on mentality. Strong numeracy and analytical skills. Customer service and communication skills.
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Sales officer in the subject line.
Closing Date: 15 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Telesales/Sales Support

Reference: Tel24734
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: City Centre based telecoms and photocopier supplier are seeking to recruit a Telesales/Sales Support Assistant.
Duties: We are looking for someone to cleanse data by identifying a customers current requirements for mobile phones, WiFi & printing needs. Asking fact finding questions such as: • How many mobile phones does your business currently have? • What network are you currently on? • How much are you currently spending? • When does your contract end? Inputting data and passing to the sales team.
Essential Requirements: Excellent communication skills Confident on the telephone Accurate data entry skills
Desirable Requirements: Sales experience an advantage
Additional Information: Start date 1st Sept Hours either full time 9am-5pm Monday to Friday or part time 10 – 2/3pm depending on applicant £9.50ph
How To Apply: Please speak to your JBG adviser to register or contact us on 0300 123 2898
Closing Date: 20 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Content Creator (Marketing)

Reference: Con24723
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description As the Content Creator, you will be supporting logistics around marketing campaign activity and will work to ensure the smooth delivery of all our marketing materials for our website, blogs, socials and events. Objectives of this role: Developing our target audience and knowing who we want to target To develop insightful and educational content for our audience Inform our audience on regular updates within our company Knowing how to creator engaging and thought-provoking content for our audience Key Responsibilities Researching our target audience to know who we are addressing with our content Creating new pieces of content for social media and engaging on social media Creating bi-weekly newsletters for our suppliers. Creating educational and informative ebook and blog content for our website. Enhancing our website content, as and when required. Liaising with the Sales team to help generate content ideas for the marketing department. Assisting with creating the content calendar Essential skills, experience and qualifications Experience in content marketing or copywriting for digital platforms (web, social media, blogs, e-books…) or/and PR/offline marketing (press releases, magazine, newspaper… Exceptional skills in social media and proven data to back this up. Have solid knowledge in video editing Ability to work independently and with a team to meet deadlines. Excellent organisational skill and multitasking ability Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Google Docs. Proficiency in WordPress, Social Media and Video Editing software. A keen eye for detail and appreciation of great design
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Content creator (Marketing) in the subject line.
Closing Date: 27 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Event Designer/Coordinator

Reference: Eve24724
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description An Event Designer will organise excellent events. You will be responsible for every aspect of an event, from choosing venues to evaluating success afterwards. An event coordinator must be well-organised and competent in vendor management. Communication skills and attention to detail will set apart the best among the candidates. The goal is to organise unforgettable events that will ensure a great experience for guests and facilitate the completion of business objectives. Objectives of this role: Developing our target audience and knowing who we want to target To develop insightful and educational content for our audience Inform our audience on regular updates Knowing how to create engaging and thought-provoking content for our audience Key Responsibilities Understand requirements for each event Plan event with attention to financial and time constraints Book venues and schedule all stakeholders Research vendors (catering, decorators, musicians etc.) and choose the best combination of quality and cost Negotiate with vendors to achieve the most favourable terms Hire personnel Manage all event operations (creating schedules, preparing venue, etc.) Do final checks at the day of the event (e.g. tables, technology) to ensure everything meets standards Oversee event happenings and act quickly to resolve problems Evaluate event’s success and submit reports. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Proven experience as event coordinator A proven track record of organising successful events Proficient in MS Office Excellent vendor management skills Knowledge of basic recruitment practices Outstanding communication and negotiation ability Well-organised with multi-tasking skills Able to handle stress and remain calm Problem-solving ability Degree in hospitality management, public relations or relevant field is preferred.
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Events Designer/Coordinator in the subject line.
Closing Date: 27 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Brand Ambassador

Reference: Bra24725
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description This exciting role will allow someone to come in and really make their mark. We currently are represented across many platforms, including Website, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and Clubhouse. We also have YouTube, Facebook, Spotify and Twitter. We have had events featured on Sky Sports News, The BBC One Show, XFM, The Hearld+, and many other other outlets. As the Marketing Assistant for Panoptic Prestige, you will be supporting logistics around marketing campaign activity and will work to ensure the smooth delivery of all our marketing materials for our Prestige brand. You will have creative direction on the project. Key Responsibilities campaign management according to the year long event calendar Creative direction of the Prestige brand Creating brand materials Being reactive to news Working alongside Marketing Manager to market Panoptic's services to a global audience Writing copy for regular website updates & blogs Collating information for Newsletters Creating high quality marketing brochures Creating social content Copywriting Researching locations Researching event and marketing trends Form relationships with press and PR outlets Attending relevant industry networking events Finding new ways to market Being responsible for reporting performance Marketing live from events Updating our internal systems with the best information on destination management and luxury events trends Assisting with reporting Assist in other departments when necessary Essential skills, experience and qualifications Excellent customer service- must be professional Passion for marketing Demonstrate ability to communicate and present Experience in design, social media management and MS Office Proven ability to juggle multiple account management projects at a time, while maintaining sharp attention to detail Excellent time management Excellent listening, negotiation, and presentation abilities Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to communicate orally with suppliers, customers, management, and other co-workers, both individually and in front of a group Occasional travel is necessary A willingness to learn The ideal candidate has an MBA in marketing Desirable- A passion for events
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Brand Ambassador in the subject line.
Closing Date: 27 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Content Writer/Copywriter

Reference: Con24726
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description As the Content Writer, you will be supporting logistics around marketing campaign activity and will work to ensure the smooth delivery of all our marketing materials for our website, blogs, socials and events. Objectives of this Role Thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment with a high-volume workload often requiring short turnaround times. Continually raise the bar on creativity, writing fresh copy that connects with the desired audience and drives action Stay updated on appropriate style guidelines and brand voice for consistency in messaging. Key Responsibilities Interpret briefs to develop and produce creative writing pieces which represent all three of our brands (Events, Experience & Prestige). Research and understand our needs and target audiences, through online searches, reviews of existing research, interviews with subject matter experts, and in-person/online meetings. Write original copy and edit content for a range of digital marketing and communications materials. Collaborate with the events team and marketing team to assist with the delivery of final products. Present copy concepts and final deliverables to the marketing team, and to the client representative as needed. Revise copy based on internal and client feedback/direction. Create copy for blog, social media and e-books. Assist with reviewing other people's copywriting from within the business. Head of Marketing/CEO to have a final review. Liaise with the marketing team and events team (when proposals are needed) Essential skills, experience and qualifications Experience in copywriting for digital platforms (web, social media, blogs, e-books) and/or PR/offline marketing (press releases, magazine, newspaper) Exceptional writing and research skill Ability to work independently and with a team to meet deadlines Excellent organisational skill and multitasking ability Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Google Docs A keen eye for detail and appreciation of great design Proofreading experience and familiarity with standard style guides is a plus Experience working with content management systems, WordPress etc
How To Apply: please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting content writer/Copywriter in the subject line.
Closing Date: 27 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

SEO Specialist

Reference: SEO24727
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description As the SEO Specialist, you will be supporting logistics around marketing campaign activity and will work to ensure the smooth delivery of all our marketing materials for our website, blogs, socials and events. Objectives of this role: To improve our companies SEO performance and get our website ranked in top categories for our business Look into analytics and gauge our performance Host relevant keyword research to reach our full potentia Key Responsibilities Find popular and relevant keywords with good search traffic Analyse different competitors' websites to develop an SEO strategy Optimise our website and content (with assistance for Marketing Team) for the search engines and users alike Build high-quality links to improve a website's ranking on search engines working on on-page, off-page and technical SEO Keep up with the industry's ever evolving trends and strategies Tracking analytics to improve our website and source where our strengths and weaknesses are Looking at PPC ads, if required Essential skills, experience and qualifications Evidence of a strong personal online profile, e.g. a blog, website or connections and interactions on various social media platforms A commitment to keeping your technical skills and knowledge up to date A good understanding of search engines An ability to understand social media platforms and how to use them to distribute content, gain more links and build successful campaigns An understanding of how customers search, where they search and why they purchase something online A good understanding of the wider marketing context Strong analytical skills for understanding ranking algorithms An understanding of, or experience of, HTML coding, and preferably Javascript and PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) Proficiency in Microsoft Office and an excellent knowledge of Excel Some experience and knowledge of web hosting Experience in a similar role Qualifications from CiM or self-taught courses such as Google Digital Garage, Hubspot, etc...
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting SEO Specialist in the subject line.
Closing Date: 27 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Office Assistant

Reference: Off24728
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description Main purpose of the job: To undertake reception and host duties whilst supporting the effective operations of a financial life planning business with a human first approach. Key Responsibilities 1. Providing an efficient and effective welcome service to all customers 2. Answering internal and external telephone calls and patching though 3. Receiving and hosting visitors and providing onward direction 4. Informing Company employees are notified of visitors 5. Issuing visitor passes and ensuring security authorisation is in place 6. Keeping office areas tidy 7. Ensuring incoming and outgoing mail is handled correctly and in a timely manner 8. Relationship contact point for third-party suppliers / companies 9. General administrative support for the Client Team Essential skills, experience and qualifications 5 GCSEs at A-D grade (or equivalent)- Essential Minimum 3 months' experience in reception or customer service environment- Desirable Ability to multi task- essential Good organisation skills- essential Good communication skills- Essential Strong computer skills- Desirable Politeness- Essential Positive attitude- Essential
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Admin Assistant in the subject line.
Closing Date: 31 August 2021
Number of Places: 1

Stores Person

Reference: Sto24692
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To ensure that the Parts department provides an effective service to the other departments in the Company, and to retail customers. Key Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: To ensure that duties are carried out according to documented operational procedures. Receipting parts onto computer Organize PSA spoke orders prior to van parts delivery run. To ensure warranty parts returns and surcharge returns are signed for by collecting Supplier driver and passed to Parts Management. To ensure PSA Spokes are notified of parts delays on parts deliveries by email. Organise and supervise parts trade and IMT deliveries into relevant parts delivery bay. Health and safety of staff ensure fire escapes are opened and warehouse is clear of any dangerous hazards. Accurate processing of stock orders into stock, parts that are missing or damaged should be reported to parts manager ASAP. Ensure staff check all fragile parts for any damage, sign & date packaging. Locate stock into safe and suitable bin locations. Ensure that dispatch is cleared from all processed orders. To assist the parts manager in stock checking duties. Ensure that the department is kept clean, tidy, and safe. Attend training courses as requested. To carry out any other duty that is consistent with the content of this job description. Assisting van drivers to load parts delivery vans. Completing returns notes for parts to be returned to suppliers. Making up kits for parts sales To carry out any other duty that is consistent with the content of this job description. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Experience: Basic numeracy Knowledge of the automotive industry (desirable) Skills and personal qualities: Computer Literacy (Use of MS Office suite and other common office software). Ability to work in a team structure. Customer handling. Kerridge Experience (desirable). Sales Experience (desirable). Experience: Experience of working in a store environment. Experience of allocating parts to correct bins and receipting parts onto computer. Experience of working in an automotive environment. Areas of competence: Planning and organising. Responsibility and accountability. Driving licence (desirable). Forklift Licence (desirable).
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Stores Person in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

General Labourer

Reference: Gen24693
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description As part of the Allied Vehicles maintenance team provide support in the form of manual labour, assisting current staff with routine maintenance as required and generally keeping the cleanliness of the site up to standard. Ensure buildings and surrounding areas are maintained in accordance with company standards. Driving duties will also be required from time to time. These duties are to incorporate alongside any trade duties you may be employed to carry out, i.e., Joinery/Plumbing/Electrician etc. Key Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: Assist current personnel with routine repairs and maintenance for all on-site property and equipment to include building fabric, plumbing, drainage, heat, lighting, and joinery repairs. Assist in ground maintenance, fence and gate upkeep and roller doors. Assist in the daily collection and disposal of all waste / scrap material on site in containers provided. Clean and maintain lighting systems, replacing where necessary minor parts such as tubes, bulbs, fuse starters and diffusers. Assist the Facilities Manager in obtaining regular utility meter readings (monthly) Clear blockages remove foreign matter from sinks, toilets, drains, grease traps etc. and clean up spillages as required. Ensure that gullies, drains etc. are kept free from debris and that the facility grounds are litter free. Carry out routine repairs on Allied Property portfolio as and when required. During periods of adverse weather conditions assist in clearing and maintaining access roads and walkways (e.g., clearing snow, gritting etc.) Assist with driving duties, dropping off vehicles, collecting vehicles, airport collections etc. Carry out any trade/job specific tasks assigned to you effectively, efficiently and in a safe manner. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge of safe working practices e.g., working safely within set guidelines / processes. Knowledge of working within the Auto Motive industry (desirable). Knowledge of Portable Appliance Testing (desirable). Skills/Personal qualities: Strong practical, hands on skills. Good attention to detail. Conscientious & hard working. Self-motivated. Clear communication skills. Team player. Experience: Previous experience of working as a labourer (desirable). Experience of Portable Appliance Testing (desirable). Competence Areas: Planning and organising. Customer focused. Full clean driving license required. Class 2 HGV Driving License (desirable). Counterbalance Forklift License (desirable). IPAF ticket (desirable). Certified in Portable Appliance Testing (desirable)
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting General Labourer in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

Apprentice Vehicle Technician

Reference: App24694
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To undertake duties in connection with vehicle mechanical repairs subject to level of skill, experience, and knowledge and with appropriate supervision. Key Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: To attend college as prescribed and subject to your traineeship agreement, attending all in-house or manufacturer training To undertake supervised duties when mechanically repairing vehicles or associated activities ensuring that work is checked to provide customer satisfaction from the work above. To seek guidance/assistance from your manager where necessary To ensure a consistently high level of customer care/satisfaction through the execution of your duties and in accordance with the training you received To be aware of and adhere to all Health & Safety regulations and policies applicable to your position of environment. To carry out any other duties that are consistent with the job description as required. To drive vehicles in a safe, lawful manner taking into account the weather and traffic conditions, reporting all faults with the vehicles you drive Any other reasonable task as requested by your line manager. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge: National 4/5 or Standard Grade Math’s & English and a science
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Apprentice Vehicle Technician in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

Materials Handler

Reference: Mat24695
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To undertake accurate movement and tracking of parts and materials through the production stores process, including unloading, checking and allocation of parts at goods receiving, correct storage, picking of kits, issuing of parts to work orders. Key Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. To check parts received/delivered and prepare appropriate documentation for parts to be received on the system. Locate parts accurately and safely in their designated bin location. To pick build kits in line with production build plans and deliver kits to operator/work area. To charge out parts accurately for in-house customer To investigate and report any stock discrepancies to supervisor. To replenish Production’s consumables and floor stock To participate in stock counts when requested To ensure the parts storage area is kept clean and tidy and a safe area to work in To inform the Parts supervisor of any parts issues or delays in a timely manner Attend training courses as requested. Expedite parts through any part of the Production process as requested by Supervisor. To carry out any other reasonable duties in line with this job description Participate in overtime where required. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge: Basic Math’s qualification Knowledge of the Automotive industry (desirable).
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Materials Handler in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

Production Assembler

Reference: Pro24696
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To manufacture components and sub assembly components according to the Production plan to achieve required output whilst ensuring all quality standards are met. Key Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: Read and understand basic mechanical drawings & standard operating procedures. Skilfully use a wide range of air & hand tools. Follow a defined process without deviation. Use and maintain Company tools and equipment in a safe, clean, and workable condition. Complete all Company documentation where necessary. Maintain work areas to the Company standard. Collaborate with other staff to maintain a positive work environment. Follow all Health and Safety requirements and bring to management attention relevant matters. To maintain and build all assemblies to quality standard required. Report any non-conforming material and health & safety hazards to line manager immediately. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge: Worked with detailed drawings or operating manuals (desirable). Assembly experience (desirable). Skills and Personal Qualities: Good communication skills. Excellent attention to detail. Experience: Competent in working with power and air tools. Experience within a manufacturing site/production line. Areas of competence: Planning and Organising. Customer Focused. Can do attitude. Driver’s license (desirable).
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Production Assembler in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

Sales Administrator

Reference: Sal24697
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To offer administration and general support to the Sales Administration department. Responsibilities To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: Process Sales Order. Invoice finance companies. Call customers with updates, delays, progress etc. Processes vehicles deliveries. Taxing vehicles. Answer incoming calls. Liaise with vehicle dealers. Liaise with internal production department. Ad hoc administration duties. Knowledge: Excellent administration knowledge gained through experience. Automotive experience (desirable). Administration qualifications (desirable). Skills and Personal Qualities: IT skills including all Microsoft packages. Customer liaison skills. Excellent problem-solving skills. Communication skills. Good organisational skills. Excellent phone manner. Knowledge of MS Excel and MS Word (desirable). Experience: Experience of working in an Administration role. Motor trade sales administration experience (desirable). Area of competence: Planning and organising. Customer focused. Communication. Ability to work as part of a team or on own initiative. Ability to identify problems and suggest ways to improve. Relish a challenge. Work under pressure
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Sales Administrator in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1

Vehicle Assembler

Reference: Veh24698
Opportunity Type: Job Opportunity - Published to Website
Overview: This vacancy is funded through Step Up Glasgow. Eligibility applies to this vacancy. You must meet the criteria below to apply • Have a Glasgow City Council Postcode • Not claiming benefits • Aged 16-24 Job Description To carry out the adaptation of various vehicles in line with the standard operating procedures, responsibilities and duties as outlined below. To carry out vehicle modifications in line with specifications. General responsibilities: To comply with Company rules and regulations To perform duties in a cost-effective manner To contribute to and maintain good customer and employee relations. To present a well-groomed and professional image Maintain an active interest in Company developments. To live and promote the company values of respect, collaboration, courage, ambition, and passion. Key responsibilities: Undertake manufacturing duties as specified by line manager. Take all reasonable precautions to maintain vehicles in a clean and tidy condition. Read and understand basic mechanical drawings & standard operating procedures. Skilfully use a wide range of air & hand tools. Follow a defined process without deviation. Promote 5S and efficient manufacturing. To drive vehicles in a safe, lawful manner considering the weather and traffic conditions, reporting all faults with the vehicles you drive Use and maintain company tools and equipment in a safe, clean, and workable condition. Complete all company documentation where necessary. Maintain all work areas to the company standard. Attend all necessary training courses as required. Any other reasonable task as requested by your line manager. Report any non-conforming material and health & safety hazards to line manager immediately. Essential skills, experience and qualifications Knowledge: Automotive industry experience (desirable). Skills and Personal Qualities: Good communication skills. Team player. Attention to detail. Experience: Manufacturing/Production experience. Work to defined processes and standards. Work accurately and efficiently. Areas of competence: Responsibility and accountability. Communication. Quality driven. Driver’s licence (essential).
How To Apply: Please send your CV to michelle.cassidy@jbg.org.uk quoting Vehicle Assembler in the subject line.
Closing Date: 13 September 2021
Number of Places: 1