Funded by the Big Lottery Fund, The British Deaf Association Scotland is seeking to recruit three enthusiastic and highly organised individuals for our Deaf Roots & Pride Scotland project:


Full time (35 hrs/week)
(Three years fixed term contract)

The Project Mentor will be responsible for developing and implementing the three-year programme. They will research, set up and deliver training, and recruit and support freelance mentors with due regard to safeguarding. They will also be required to work alongside these freelance mentors, to target Deaf children and young people.

See BSL video and more details here


Full time (35 hrs/week)
(Three years fixed term contract)

The Transition Officer will be responsible for organising and delivering three years of transition training. They will be working closely with educators, schools, colleges, universities and Deaf organisations to support Deaf children and young people between the ages of 8-20 years.

Both successful candidates will have an excellent working knowledge of all aspects of Deaf issues and experience of working closely with the local Deaf community.

See BSL video and more details here


ADMINISTRATOR, £21,500 (pro-rata)
Part time (21 hrs/week)
(Three years fixed term contract)

The Deaf Roots & Pride Scotland project requires an Administrator for a part time position. Their duties will include the full range of secretarial and administrative tasks, as well as maintaining financial and database records.

Applicants must possess proven secretarial and administrative skills, excellent communication skills and the ability to use their initiative.

See BSL video and more details here



All posts will be based in Glasgow and will cover the whole of the central belt of Scotland (including Glasgow, Falkirk and Edinburgh). The project must start by September 2016.

Closing date for all applications: Friday, 15 July 2016 at 12 noon

Interview dates:
Project Mentor – Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Transition Officer – Thursday, 28 July 2016
Administrator – Friday, 29 July 2016

For further information and an application form, please contact:

Peter Modestou - Administrator
Email: Tel: 020 7697 4140