Join the Blythswood family
and you can make a difference


We want to give more people at home and across the world, real hope, a true purpose and an exciting future, by sharing the love of Jesus with them in practical ways. We want our staff and volunteers to share in our mission to make a difference, and for each of them to feel valued, supported and that they truly belong to the wider Blythswood family.


Hear from some of our staff…

Kelly Simpson

Shop Manager

Working at Blythswood is so rewarding. The work we are doing contributes to humanitarian needs around the world. Projects like our Shoe Box Appeal bring so much joy to others, it’s a huge part of why I love my job.

Paul Kubon

Operations Development/H&S Officer

The donations we receive are astounding. You can have an item in your hand and stop and think about its journey and how it will receive a second life. The revenue will then go to help another person and change their lives. It’s a privilege to be involved.

James McGillivray

Financial Assistant

Working for Blythswood is incredibly rewarding, being able to see the generosity of others is truly inspiring. It is a privilege to be part of an Christian organisation that seeks to promote God’s word round the world in many different ways.

Mairi McHardy

Prayer & Christian Literature Administrator

God’s Word, and prayer, have been vital to Blythswood’s work from the start. I am so grateful for the opportunity my role provides to send Christian literature across the UK and overseas and to update supporters on how to pray for the ongoing work.

CURRENT VACANCIES

Church Engagement Officer – Central / South Scotland

Contract type: Full-time, homebased

Contact: HR Department on 01349 830777

Email: personnel@blythswood.org

Closing date: 30th June 2024

We are looking for someone who can motivate and encourage our supporter churches in central / south Scotland, whilst engaging new churches to support Blythswood through praying, fundraising and our Shoe Box Appeal. You will work to raise awareness of the charity and also develop a growing network of volunteers to be enthused about Blythswood’s mission.

This post has an Occupational Requirement under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9 Part 1 that the post holder be a practising Christian as set out in the person specification.

This full-time position requires flexible working and commitment to the objectives of Blythswood Care. The post is homebased, but an office could be made available if required.

Applications must be submitted on the Blythswood Care application form. We do not accept CVs in lieu of a completed application form.