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Previous Job Vacancies

Previous Job Vacancies

 

  • Clerk of Works (M&E)

    Salary:
    Competitive Salary
    Location:
    Glasgow

    We are looking for an experienced M&E Clerk of Works to join an innovative business who provide a variety of services to local authority housing and Housing Associations.

  • Fire Risk Assessment Manager

    Salary:
    Competitive Salary
    Location:
    Glasgow

    Our client has an opportunity for a fire safety professional to lead a highly professional team.  We’re seeking a Fire Risk Assessment Manager to ensure our clients organisation meets both statutory and non-statutory fire safety responsibilities.

  • Chair

    Salary:
    Non remunerated
    Location:
    Stirling

    Aberlour is the largest children’s charity working solely in Scotland and provides help to thousands of Scotland's most vulnerable children, young people and their families each year. They are now looking to recruit a Chair who will support the Chief Executive and the organisation to meet its charitable and strategic objectives.

  • Tenant Liaison Officer

    Salary:
    25k plus benefits
    Location:
    Glasgow

    McDermott is a recruiting a Tenant Liaison Officer.  The role will act as a crucial link between tenants, housing providers and the McDermott Group. Effective communication will be essential to ensure the success of projects and investment works. 

  • Clinical Psychologist - Part Time (0.6 FTE)

    Salary:
    Bands 7 to 8a
    Location:
    Swansea

    Maggie’s are looking to appoint a Clinical Psychologist to work within their Swansea Centre. The post holder will be responsible for providing Maggie’s programme of psycho-educational support. They will facilitate support groups, networking groups, workshops, courses and lectures, with the ultimate aim of enabling people affected by cancer to access all appropriate elements of Maggie’s programme of support.