Community Project Officer
Salary: £18,534 per annum
Working Hours: Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week (with regular evening and occasional weekend working)
Core Hours: from 10am – 4pm, with some flexibility of starting earlier/finishing later
Benefits: 25 days holiday, plus Bank Holidays. All necessary PPE will be provided by the company. Laptop, mobile phone, and mileage allowance.
Based: Tipton with regular travel across the West Midlands Region (currently remote working due to Covid-19).
Are you looking to make a difference every day to children and young people? Are you passionate about education and play? Do you want to join a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation and work as part of a friendly project team? Then this could be the role for you!
Groundwork West Midlands are offering flexible working conditions and plenty of on-the-job training and support.
Groundwork West Midlands is a registered charity based in the West Midlands.
What we need from you:
- Ideally you will have a qualification and experience working with Children and Young People, specifically 6-12-year olds (up to 16-year olds with additional needs).
- An understanding of the needs and issues relating to children and young people living in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
- Experience in planning and leading child-led sessions and resources for delivery.
- Hold a current UK Driving Licence, with access to your own vehicle as the position involves regular evening and occasional weekend work
- Experience in marketing and the use of social media and / video making software for engaging with audiences and promoting the project.
As a Community Project Officer on the Go Play Sandwell project you would be leading on the delivery of outdoor / indoor play activities that are age-appropriate, safe, child-led, creative, and engaging. Responsibilities and Tasks include, but not limited to:
- To deliver high quality, safe and creative after-school, and holiday play sessions.
- To deliver activities to children aged 6-12-year olds (up to 16-year olds with additional needs) in parks, community venues and across the Zoom video platform.
- To plan and develop new play, environmental, arts and crafts sessions and activities for physical and virtual sessions.
- To ensure all sessions offer children a variety of child-led play opportunities including sports, games, creative and imaginative play activities, arts and crafts.
- To ensure all paperwork, (including project monitoring, evaluation, participant data, risk assessment forms, safeguarding and incident/accident report forms) are kept up to date and inputted accurately in a timely manner and to the required standards.
**PLEASE NOTE: CVs will not be accepted without a covering letter stating how your experience/qualifications meet the requirements of this role.
Closing date: Friday 12th March 2021.
Please apply now to avoid disappointment!
To Apply and for More Information:
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An Enhanced DBS check will be carried out for this post.
No agencies please