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Featured Work from home Online interview Immediate startPosted by Tayvallich InitiativeUp to £275 per dayPart Time
We are looking for an experienced Project Development Manager who has the enthusiasm and versatility to help our community deliver its housing objectives. You will also have a successful track record in fundraising. This role is offered on a self-employed consultancy basis up to October 2025.
£21,826 to £22,665 per annumPart Time
Service: Education Closing Date: Friday 15th December 2023 ASN Assistant within Mid-Argyll Area (current hours are located within Lochgilphead Joint Campus) This is an opportunity to begin, or continue, a career working with children in...
Posted by The Co-operative GroupFrom £10.90 per hourPart Time
Customer Team Member Location: Oban Road, Lochgilphead, PA31 8NG Pay: £10.90 per hour + great benefits Contract: 21 hours per week + regular overtime, permanent, part time Working pattern: varied shifts including afternoons, late evenings...
£53,997 to £58,314 per annumPart Time
Service: Education Closing Date: Friday 8th December 2023 Education Support Officer, Early Years (covering Mid Argyll, Kintyre and Islay). Applicants should note that:- This post is not suitable for job share. The salary shown is...
£23,286 to £24,545 per annumFull Time
Service: Financial Services - Accounting and Budgeting Closing Date: Sunday 10th December 2023 Argyll and Bute Council's Financial Services Department are looking to recruit an Accounting Assistant. This is a temporary full time post, working...
£42,958 to £47,028 per annumFull Time
Service: Customer Support Services - ICT Closing Date: Tuesday 12th December 2023 Argyll and Bute Council is seeking to recruit an ICT Project Leader to undertake a specialist and key role within the ICT Projects...
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Living in Lochgilphead
Lochgilphead is the administrative heart of Argyll and Bute with the council headquarters at Kilmory Castle on the outskirts of town.
It is also home to a major industrial estate and there is also a hospital in the town.
The whole reason the town has grown is its ideal location at the head of Loch Gilp, close to the Crinan Canal and as near as dammit in the centre of Argyll and Bute. Argyll and Bute is a sprawling collection of peninsulas and islands from the Clyde to the Inner Hebrides and getting people together for an actual, physical, meeting can involve some impressive logistics. It can be a three-day round trip during the winter ferry timetable for someone to travel from one of the smaller islands to Kilmory to attend a council meeting.
Lochgilphead has an impressive new joint campus comprising primary and high schools and a community sports centre which takes children from primary schools in a wide surrounding area.
The central location also works in people’s favour when they are not in work – it means they are within easy travelling distance of all that Argyll has to offer in terms of entertainment, culture, shopping and the wonderful outdoors. And who wouldn’t want to drive along a shore road to get to work every day? Which ever road you drive into Lochgilphead upon, the scenery is stunning.