Customer Services Assistant (Housing) Vacancy
18th January 2022
Fixed term until 31 August 2022
£21,323 to £24,112 (EVH Grade 4 – PA9 to PA12)
Pay award from 1 April 2022 pending
35 hours per week, SHAPS defined contribution pension scheme, 25 days’ annual leave and 15 days’ public holiday
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and committed individual to join our staff team as a Customer Services Assistant (Housing). Delivering an excellent housing service is central to our aims and having the support of an excellent and experience team will give you the opportunity to learn a wide range of skills. If you would like more infomration or would like ot apply for this post please click here for more details
Scottish Housing Regulator - Tenant Advisor Recruitment
12th January 2022
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR), with the support of the Tenants Information Service (TIS), has launched a Scotland wide advertising campaign on 10 January to recruit 12 new independent, voluntary Tenant Advisors to help inform the work of the SHR.
Further details can be found on the Scottish Housing Regulator's website
Scottish Housing Regulator invites applications for volunteer Tenant Advisors to help inform the future of social housing in Scotland | Scottish Housing Regulator
The closing date of the campaign is 14 February 2022 and all related enquiries from interested tenants should be directed to TIS - Tenants Information Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0141 248 1242.
20th December 2021
Roll up roll up the latest edition of Cernach News is now available! You can have a look at the photos from the official opening of Marion McDonald House, get to know our new staff member Tomi a bit better and there is a few festive activities for all the family to enjoy. What's stopping you, click here to find out more
COPE Winter Wellness
15th December 2021
COPE's winter wellness booklet is full with health and wellbeing tips and useful contact numbers. Please click here to view or download
Changes to Glasgow City Council Bulk Waste
29th June 2021
Glasgow City Council will be introducing charging for household bulk waste collections from 5 July 2021.
This decision brings Glasgow into line with the vast majority of Scottish local authorities, where charging for uplifting bulky items is a standard feature of their waste management services.
Requiring householders to pay for large items to be collected is also consistent with the Council’s new Resource and Recycling Strategy 2020-30 and ‘empowering Glasgow to become a zero-waste city’.
Charging aims to change the way citizens think about resources. By assigning value to bulky items we can encourage residents to reduce the amount of waste they produce or find other ways for items to be reused where possible. Extending the useful life of bulky items will help reduce Glasgow’s carbon footprint and help support the city’s aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
You can find out more about the Resource and Recycling Strategy 2020-30 by following this link.