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Head of Projects

We want to see our city and its people flourish, where people are accepted and can experience real chance in their lives. As part of our ambitious 2016-2020 Who We Are, Where We’re Going service plan, we commit to examining ways in which we can better serve those caught up in poverty.

To enable this vision to be realised, we have committed to growing our services, and to ensuring we have the right ratio of staff/client one-to-one engagement to see real change in people’s lives. To help us with this, we are excited to advertise for a new position: Head of Projects.

Over the past five years Glasgow City Mission has grown dramatically in its role and influence within the city. Glasgow City Mission has three established and growing projects: City Centre Project, Child & Family Centre and Glasgow Winter Night Shelter.  In addition, we are helping to influence and shape the future of homeless service delivery in Glasgow. This has created multiple opportunities for additional projects which could significantly improve the lives of the men and women we work with. Glasgow City Mission is seeking a Head of Projects to assist in this exciting time in the charity and city’s development.


Please send a current CV along with a cover letter explaining why you would make an excellent Head of Projects for Glasgow City Mission to:

Recruitment Department (Private & Confidential)
Glasgow City Mission
20 Crimea Street
G2 8PW

Or email: with the subject line Job Ref HP 

Deadline for applications: Friday 23 June 2017, 12 noon.



Our City Centre project and Child & Family Centre project in Govan are both looking for regular volunteers. 

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