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Women's Project Development Worker 

Salary: £25,472
Closing date: Monday 9 March 
35 hours per week, 15 months fixed term

We're looking for a Women's Project Development Worker who can identify and develop fresh opportunities to support vulnerable women. You should be passionate about tackling poverty and injustice through intervention, advice and advocacy.  

Application instructions 

To apply please complete the application form and send it to us along with your CV. Full application instructions are contained within the Job Description. 

Job Description: (pdf) 
Application form (word)  
Job advert (pdf)

Applicants should have a Christian faith and a live church connection and we are seeking to employ a female candidate. These are Genuine Occupational Requirement in terms of the Employment Equality Regualtions 2010. Further details are in the application pack. 

Any future vacancies will be advertised here. If you would like to receive an alert of job vacancies please email us with your contact details. 

Volunteer with us

Could you join our volunteer team? Our City Centre project and Child and Family Centre are  looking for regular volunteers. 

How to apply to be a volunteer

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What we do


  • First Friday Tour: March

    Join us to see our work first-hand and enjoy a tour of our facilities. Followed by tea and coffee. Friday 6 March.

  • Kiltwalk 2020

    Kiltwalk 2020

    Spring is coming and with it the chance to raise money for Glasgow City Mission by taking part in the Kiltwalk on Sunday 26 April.
    All the money you raise will be topped by an amazing 50%.


  • Paula's story

    We featured Paula in our Connect magazine three years ago. At that point she had recently moved into a new flat on leaving prison following a ten-year cycle of addiction, prison and homelessness. Three years on and Paula is in a permanent flat, has stopped drinking, has a seven-month-old son with her partner and is planning to go to college.

  • Top marks for the Child and Family Centre

    We scored top marks once again for our Child and Family Centre from our latest Care Inspectorate report. We scored 5 out of 5 on ‘Quality of care and support’ and for ‘Quality of staffing’.

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