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Closing date:
Friday 25 April 2014
Salary info:
£22,968 – £23,697 (SCP Pt 26 – 27) dependent upon experience and qualifications
Post: Catering Supervisor Responsible To: Executive Chef Staff Responsibility: 12 catering staff Hours of Work 37 per week (some unsociable hours will be required including weekend...
Closing date:
Wednesday 23 April 2014
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Travel expenses will be paid. Reasonable childcare and elder care costs will also be paid.
Post: KIBBLE PANEL MEMBER (voluntary) Responsible To: Agency Decision Maker (Executive Director) via Kibble Panel Chair Staff Responsibility: None Hours of Work This is a voluntary...
Closing date:
Thursday 17 April 2014 at 4pm
Salary info:
£19,857 per annum (SCP 21)
Post: Construction Workers                   Ref: CW-04/14 Responsible To: Facilities Manager/Site Foreman Staff Responsibility: None Hours of Work 37 Hours per week, to be worked 5...
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Fees & Allowances c£37,000 (criteria apply)
Requirements Have one spare bedroom Live within a 25 mile radius of Paisley Minimum three years practical experience with young people 8-18 years (includes parenting) Be able to transport or...

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SkillZone@KibbleWorksAges 15 and upwards

Kibble offers Skillzone, a mixture of education, training and work experience for young people who are coming to the end of their school career.

The Skillzone curriculum is based on the Certificate of Personal Effectiveness qualification that has proved to be very successful in engaging young people who struggle to engage with a purely academic curriculum. It incorporates vocational tasks, health and fitness, community work, science and technology and community and charity work.

An important feature of Skillzone is the Skills for Work programme that focuses on employability skills. Young people benefit from trying out a variety of work experience opportunities in trades such as roofing and bricklaying and, as with the rest of the Skillzone programme, enjoy the benefits associated with work such as more self esteem and confidence, a sense of pride and achievement and a sense of purpose.

Kibble aims to secure the best learning experience for each young person that takes part and set them on the path to a brighter future.

Service Leader: Neil Govan

Contact: or 0141 889 0044



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