Recovery and Resilience Coordinator

Recovery & Resilience Coordinator

Part-time sessional role

20hrs per week

£15 per hour

Immediate start, contract ends 31st October 2020

As the Recovery & Resilience Coordinator, you’ll be responsible for the delivery of a critical project to assess the needs of LGBT+ people across Scotland in a post-COVID world. You’ll manage the delivery of practical support and assistance to local LGBT+ community groups and organisations to help them meet those identified needs, improving the resilience of the sector.

You’ll manage four part-time sessional workers who will be responsible for outreach work in a specific geographic area, or with particular communities of interest, to meet the project objectives.

You will support the team, who will work with LGBT+ groups to identify their assets, needs, barriers and opportunities, to ensure communities have a framework for recovery, overseeing effective and detailed community action plans, always ensuring local people are at the heart of a human rights-based approach to recovery.

The Coordinator will also be responsible for the production of summary reports and updates throughout the project and will produce a Recovery & Resilience Report based on the findings of the project by 31st October 2020.

You’ll report to the Executive Director of the charity.

Experience & Skills


  • Good working knowledge of the LGBT+ sector in Scotland
  • Sound knowledge of community development principles in action
  • Understanding of the financial opportunities for community groups in Scotland
  • Previous experience managing team members
  • Excellent office and administrative skills
  • Full clean driving licence
  • An ability to work to deadlines and with competing priorities

If you feel you’re the right fit for this opportunity, send your CV and a covering letter to by 5pm on Friday 17th July. A telephone or video call will be scheduled with shortlisted candidates soon after.

We’re committed to ensuring diversity in our organisation and welcome applications from those often under-represented in the LGBT or charitable sectors. You are welcome at Pink Saltire – we value your skills, your experiences and your contribution.

This opportunity is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.