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New faces join the team at Dalmuir Park

Dalmuir Park welcome new staff members to the association.

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Dalmuir Park Housing Association has welcomed new staff members to its team.

They fill key roles within the organisation and have been welcomed by Chief Executive Anne Marie Brown.

Dougie Wilson – Customer Services Team Leader - Dougie joins the association with a wealth of experience in housing and comes with a vast knowledge of tenant participation and inclusion. Much of Dougie's work will focus on driving up customer service standards to meet the aspirations of tenants.

Andy Taggart- Asset Officer - Andy has been with Dalmuir Park on a temporary basis since the start of this year.  He has played a vital role during the health emergency notably in making “welfare calls” to ensure the wellbeing of tenants. His role has now been made permanent following an open recruitment process.

Jennie Cameron – Part-time Housing Officer - Jennie joins the Customer Services team on a part-time basis. Jennie has an extensive housing management background.

Also arriving at Dalmuir Park are new playworkers who have joined Dalmuir Park’s hugely-popular Out of School Care Group.  Lucie Maclean, Ashleigh Ruthven and Jenna McKay have all settled in well to their new roles.

Dalmuir Out of School Care Group was established in 1992 as a not-for-profit childcare facility. In 2008, DPHA became the new registered providers of the service and to this day remains a not-for-profit facility.

DOSCG provides a service for children between the ages of 4 and 12 and in the summer prior to children going to high school. It also provides a school escort service during term time – dropping off and collecting children from 3 local schools: Clydemuir Primary, Our Lady of Loretto Primary and St Stephen’s Primary.

It also facilitates a Playscheme during school holiday periods and in-service days, providing a range of activities to meet with the development needs of the children. The Playscheme is open to attendees of the three schools and the wider community.

Anne Marie Brown, Dalmuir Park Chief Executive, said: “We welcome every one of our new team members to Dalmuir Park and hope they will enjoy working with us. It’s not easy starting a new job during a pandemic. However, we’re looking forward to the future with confidence and with a strong desire to deliver the highest quality service for our tenants and the wider community.”

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