All Cleaned Up (Scotland) Ltd, (ACU) is an Edinburgh-based cleaning company, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Apex Scotland. ACU has a number of social aims which it achieves by using the commercial element of the business as a vehicle to aid disadvantaged individuals achieve positive destinations.
ACU delivers a wide variety of quality cleaning services across the sector including stairwell and communal close cleaning for housing associations and local authorities, office and facilities cleaning, end of tenancy cleaning, void property and construction site cleaning, including builders cleans, sparkle cleans and site welfare cleaning.
Alongside its commercial activity, ACU delivers employability services aimed at helping individuals with convictions and/or with multiple barriers back into employment, creating and promoting a culture of inclusiveness while providing valuable voluntary opportunities, work experience and sustainable employment.
In an exciting development, we are now looking to recruit an effective, well organised and self-managed individual for the role of Contracts Capacity Manager.
The successful candidate will identify external opportunities and develop the capacity of the business to deliver on new and existing commercial projects. Working within the All Cleaned Up management team, you will manage a diverse portfolio of contracts, ensuring delivery of a quality service, while identifying new opportunities for commercial growth. As a growing business we are looking for someone who has experience in business development and contract management. Equally important however, we are seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic individual who can demonstrate an interest and willingness to work with social enterprise, especially around the area of criminal justice and the rehabilitation of offenders.
Travel will be required therefore a driving licence or access to a means of transport is necessary.
To apply, please refer to the attached job specification and send a cover letter stating why you are interested in this role and the value you would bring to the business, together with an up to date CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org
In view of the nature of this post and our commitment to work with vulnerable people, the post holder will be required to join the relevant PVG scheme.
Job reference: CCM/ACU
Rate of pay: Salary Scale £21,000 to £25,000 per annum
Hours of work: 35 hours per week
Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 19 November 2018