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Avonmouth Community Centre Association
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£32,000 per year pro rata
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Avonmouth, Bristol City 5.72 miles
£32,000 per year pro rata
Permanent, Part-time, 30 hours a week
Job description

 Avonmouth Community Centre is looking for a new Centre Manager

This is an exciting opportunity to join a small, friendly and dedicated team at Avonmouth Community Centre in North Bristol.

Our building has recently been refurbished to a high standard following a successful community asset transfer from Bristol City Council.

The Centre is now able to offer excellent community facilities for the people of Avonmouth and its surrounding area, and we are delighted at the prospect of maximising this opportunity to build our contribution to improving the health, wellbeing and quality of life for residents.

The centre is managed by Avonmouth Community Centre Association (ACCA). ACCA is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity. We are looking for a confident and accomplished manager who can consolidate the position of the centre and lead the organisation into the next phase of development.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 8th of September 2021

If you have not heard from us by the 6th of September please assume that your application has not been shortlisted.

Job Description and Person Specification for Centre Manager

Post:  Centre Manager

Salary: £32,000 pro rata based on a 35 hour week

Hours:  30 hours per week, flexible, to include occasional evenings and weekends. Time of in lieu of additional hour’s worker

Company pension with employer contribution

Holiday- 25 days exclusive of bank holidays.

This post has a six month probationary period.

Responsible to: Avonmouth Community Centre Association (ACCA) Board of Directors

Responsible for: Staff employed by ACCA


Avonmouth Community Centre Association (ACCA) is a charitable company that aims to improve the quality of life for all residents of Avonmouth, Bristol through providing excellent community facilities and services. The post holder will be based at Avonmouth Community Centre, Avonmouth in Bristol.

Purpose of Job

To lead and promote ACCA in accordance with the mission and aims and objectives of the organisation

To be responsible for the leadership, strategy development and organisational management of Avonmouth Community Centre Association, in conjunction with the Board of Directors.

To be responsible for securing appropriate resources, working collaboratively with partners, and ensuring the delivery of high quality facilities and services, in line with the aims and objectives of the organisation.

To manage the community centre in compliance with the lease with Bristol City Council including facilitating the maintenance of a library service within the building

To lead on the implementation of the business plan and revision of the business plan as appropriate

To develop and manage a communication and marketing plan in conjunction with the board of Directors and the Booking and Marketing coordinator.

To lead on a plan to secure further improvements to the community centre building and improved facilities in the wider Avonmouth area

To build on and maximise the opportunities offered by the recent refurbishment of the centre, ensuring that the centre directly contributes to the better health and wellbeing of local residents through directly delivered services and events, or hosted activities and events.

To provide leadership and management in accordance with the law and best practice to the staff employed by ACCA to ensure efficient day to day operation of the community centre and that the wellbeing and development needs of the staff are met .

To proactively manage volunteers in line with the law and good practice ensuring that wellbeing and development needs are met.

Principal Duties

To work with ACCA’s Board of Directors, partner agencies, staff and volunteers in developing and delivering the vision and strategic objectives of the Association, and review, monitor and update ACCA Business Plan as required.

To work with the ACCA Board of Directors and partner agencies, ensuring that all legal and operational requirements of the company are met, including the requirements of funders, auditors, Companies House and the Charities Commission.

To attend regular meetings of the ACCA Board and provide reports as required.

To maintain and develop the staff management systems, ensure legal compliance and best practice in all employment policies and procedures and provide management of all staff employed by ACCA.

To oversee the creation, maintenance and development of good work practices, quality control and administrative systems, including finance, monitoring and evaluation systems.

To manage any SLAs, contracts, grants and MOA and ensure agreed targets and outcomes are met.

To ensure that ACCA’s services reflect the priorities and needs of the local community enabling users and association members to participate in and influence the activities of the Association.

To develop good working relationships with appropriate agencies and businesses, including funders, establishing and maintaining networks and partnerships that assist in the implementation of ACCA’s objectives.

To keep informed of changing local, national and international policies and best practice relevant to the work of ACCA.


Duties must be carried out in compliance with ACCA’s Equal Opportunities Policy, safeguarding and Health and Safety Policy.

Work carried out must accord with current legislation and/or regulations.

All employees have a responsibility for their own safety and must not endanger that of colleagues/visitors in the workplace.

Person Specification


  1. Understanding of and commitment to community development, voice and influence
  2. Commitment to equal opportunity practice and promoting diversity in ACCA and the wider community
  3. Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people
  4. Understanding of health and wellbeing issues  and the promotion of health and wellbeing in a community setting
  5. Proven leadership skills and the ability to  manage change within a small organisation
  6. Experience of managing staff and volunteers including knowledge of HR functions, legal and best practice
  7. Experience of asset management and managing services and buildings used by the public
  8. Sound financial management skills and an understanding of charity finance.

A sound understanding of charity and company law

  1. Experience of Health & Safety, including risk assessment, lone working  & maintenance management
  2. Experience of community development work and an understanding of Asset based Community Development
  3. Experience of developing mixed funding streams, securing grant funding and generated income from trading.
  4. Understanding of raising funding for capital projects
  5. A proven track record of working in partnership with public, private and voluntary sector partners
  6. An understanding of promoting (through marketing, outreach) services and events
  7. Good organisational and administrative skills.
  8. A track record of developing services
  9. A good understanding of managing projects, target setting, monitor outputs and measure outcomes from activities
  10. Ability to work flexibly and meet deadlines


  1. Experience of managing community buildings
  2. Experience of securing and delivering capital projects
  3. Experience of the commissioning process
  4. Experience of managing a not for profit company or charity
  5. Experience of working with a voluntary board of directors
  6. Experience of recruiting and  managing volunteers
  7. Experience of a customer facing role

Reviewed July 2021 

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Posted on: 03 August 2021
Closing date: 30 August 2021
Tags: Management,Business Development

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