We have two new vacancies and an artist commission opportunity:
Arts Project Manager (Culture Collective Project)
22.5 hours per week
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced, motivated and passionate Project Manager, with experience of Creative Producing, to join the Govanhill Baths team and lead on an ambitious arts project, following funding from Creative Scotland’s Culture Collective Fund.
The re-opening of the Govanhill Baths building as a community-led Wellbeing Centre is due to take place in Summer 2022 following major capital redevelopment. Creativity and art play a key role in the vision for the Centre.
Throughout 2021-2022 we will work with local community groups, artists, archivists, activists and arts organisations, to celebrate this monumental achievement. The theme ‘Occupy’ will be used to provide a rich framework for the overall project, highlighting what can be achieved through community activism and solidarity.
Closing date for applications is 9am Monday 12th of April 2021.
Rags to Riches UpHub Climate Project Manager
21 hours per week
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with a passion for sustainability, who understands the opportunities and challenges of climate change and to drive Rags to Riches ambitious new Climate Change focused project. The successful candidate will work with our partners and communities to move towards more sustainable practices. You will have previous experience of working within a climate change related role in the third sector. The successful candidate will be responsible for meeting the Uphub project outcomes and able to motivate and manage R2R Uphub project team, local partners to achieve high performance standards.
The position is varied in nature and there will be the opportunity to work with the local community in order to reduce our impact on the natural environment. A thorough knowledge and detailed understanding of current issues and professional Climate Change/Mitigation/Adaptation practices is essential, combined with excellent communication and team working skills. A community-focused approach is also important, plus the ability to work collaboratively with schools and community organisations.
If you’re looking for a challenge, plus the opportunity to be part of a bold and innovative organisation that has big ambitions both for GBCT and for the wider community this is an excellent opportunity for you.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday the 9th of April 2021
We are looking for an artist to create an illustration which will be featured in an upcoming book about the history of Govanhill Baths. This year we are celebrating 20 years since the occupation of the Baths’ building, which saw the longest occupation of a civic building in British history, and prevented the building from being lost to developers.
The commissioned artwork will be featured as a high quality reproduction in the book, credited to the artist. It will also be featured on some specially produced merchandise to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the occupation. The artist will receive complimentary copies of the book and merchandise, and will be invited to the book launch in August.
Application deadline: 30th April 2021