Job Vacancy: Sessional Project Worker

Job Vacancy: Part-time Sessional Worker

Glasgow Women’s Library delivers innovative events and activities across Scotland, from film screenings to women’s history courses. We are now recruiting a temporary, part-time Sessional Worker to work with our National Lifelong Learning team to cover a staff sabbatical and deliver some of these activities to a diverse range of women across Scotland. You will work with women and partner organisations in various community locations, including facilitating the Readers of Colour Group in Edinburgh and the Create and Connect Creative Writing Project.

Job title: National Lifelong Learning Project: Part-time Sessional Worker

A poem reading 'in spring light, dug deep, she grew, roots, to flower' written on plant markers and placed on ground.
Found Poem planted in the garden by Susan, as part of the workshop activity.
Credit: GWL

Main Role: Facilitation of GWL’s ‘Readers of Colour’ Group and ‘Create and Connect’ Creative Writing Project

Duration: February-April 2020 (with a possible extension in to May, to be confirmed) with one additional full day, and two half days from Dec-Jan.

Hours: Seven hours per week

Salary: £15.90 per hour gross

 

 

 

GWL National Lifelong Learning Sessional Worker, Job Description 2019
PART ONE GWL National Learning Sessional Worker, Application Form
PART TWO GWL National Lifelong Learning Sessional Worker, Application Form

This post is only open to applications from Women of Colour as the performance of this job requires candidates to have particular Protected Characteristics under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12 noon Friday 8th November 2019

As the shortlisting process will start immediately, no late applications will be accepted.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 4th December at Glasgow Women’s Library.

If you have any questions about this process please direct to mattie.roberts@womenslibrary.org.uk .

Completed application forms should be sent to mattie.roberts@womenslibrary.org.uk

 

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