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#1 vicki p

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 04:16 PM

Hello All,

 

St Hugh’s Community Centre is recruiting:

 

TRAINEE COMMUNITY ORGANISERS x 2

 

Salary: £8.55 per hour

Hours: 30-35 hours per week

Contract: 51 week fixed term contract from February 2014

 

The Community Organisers are individuals who will work in the community around SE20 to bring people together, listen to their ideas, build networks and support people to tackle the local issues which are important to them.

 

This role may suit people currently working within their community, or those wishing to become active in community work. You will be supported with extensive training and personal development opportunities. 

 

We are looking for two motivated individuals who want to make a difference within the local community. This is an excellent opportunity for good communicators to get out and about to help improve and develop the local area by inspiring people to get involved and active. The hours are flexible but you will need to be resilient and have street smarts as you will be going out into the community listening to the people and taking on board their concerns and aspirations.

 

Closing Date for Applications: Monday 11th November 2013 (noon)

Information Sessions: Saturday 19th October 11-12pm & Saturday 2nd November 1-2pm

Interviews will be held on Monday 9th December

 

If you are passionate about your community and are open to doing things differently contact

Vicki Papworth at St Hugh’s on 07525 236 796 or www.hlca.org.uk/about-us/recruitment for an application pack.

 

If anyone has any questions about this, then I'm happy to answer them - I'm away for the next couple of weeks though, so don't despair if you don't get an answer straight away! after the 15th, feel free to get in touch on 07525 236 796 / victoriapapworth@gmail.com.

 

To find out more about the programme, go to www.cocollaborative.org.uk

To find out more about St Hugh's, go to www.hlca.org.uk

 

V.