The Network Project is a new project that seeks to build inclusive and natural networks to reduce disadvantage and inequality, improve health and wellbeing and increase resilience in Lawrence Hill, Easton and Ashley. it is delivered in partnership by the Bristol Somali Resource Centre, Barton Hill Settlement, St Werburghs City Farm and Wellspring Healthy Living Centre, funded by Bristol City Council Impact Fund.
We are currently recruiting three people that understand the challenges faced by local residents and can use their experience and skills to help build sustainable solutions, including a…
Network Project Manager
35 hours a week, starting salary – £26,243, Scale 30 (G)
Overseeing day-to-day operational management of the Network Project, providing leadership, support and guidance to all Project Team members and leading on area-wide events.
Deadline: 12 noon, 27th July 2017. Interviews 7th or 8th August.
Recruitment undertaken by Barton Hill Settlement. Visit www.bartonhillsettlement.org.uk/get-involved/jobs/
2 x Network Project Coordinator
One covering Easton and one covering Ashley
Both at 35 hours a week, starting salary – £17,680, Grade D
Using a variety of community development methods to actively engage communities, supporting them to respond to challenges through empowerment, training, and active participation.
Deadline: 23rd August 2017. Interviews 6th & 7th September.
Recruitment undertaken by St Werburghs City Farm. Visit www.swcityfarm.co.uk/jobs-and-careers/