Thursday 5 March 2015

Recruitment: GLC Education Law Unit - vacancies for parent sub-committee members

  • Job type: Project Delivery Sub-Committee Members
  • Status: Management Board
  • Closing date: 31/03/2015
  • Location: Glasgow


Govan Law Centre’s Education Law Unit aims to uphold, protect and enforce the rights of pupils and parents across Scotland by providing expert legal, and non-legal representation at tribunals and courts; provide advice and information about education law; and work with stakeholders to influence legislation and policy with regard to education and the law.
We seek two parents to be part of our Project Delivery Sub-Committee to provide strategic guidance and manage the performance at the Education Law Unit alongside our current Committee members. The Committee’s functions are as follows:
  • Provide guidance and direction, make decisions to steer the progress and delivery of the project;
  • Monitor and approve the progress of the project against the aims of the project;
  • Approve project documentation provided by the project manager;
  • Provides timely and appropriate visibility of project progress and key risks and issues to the Board of Trustees as required; and
  • Proactively managed project risks.
The meetings take place on a quarterly basis and there is no payment to attend such meetings, although reasonable travel expenses can be met.

Organisation profile:

Govan law centre (GLC) is an independent, charitable community controlled law centre operating in Scotland.


Govan Law Centre (GLC) is a registered Scottish charity: SCO30193. All GLC legal services are provided by the independent legal practice of Dailly & Co., Solicitors. The Education Law Unit is partly funded by the Third Sector Early Intervention Fund, a joint initiative of the Scottish Government and the Big Fund in Scotland. Let’s Talk ASN is a joint initiative of Govan Law Centre and Kindred Advocacy (Charity No. SC000264). It is funded by the Scottish Government.

Application notes:

If you are interested, please contact Anne Taylor by email on or by letter to Govan Law Centre, Orkney Street Enterprise Centre, 18-20 Orkney Street, Unit 4, Glasgow, G51 2BZ. Expressions of interest should be returned no later than 31 March 2015.


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