An exciting opportunity has arisen for a pro-active and tenacious person to join our friendly and purposeful team.
The Community Business Manager will play a key role in HMHC's Senior Leadership Team, working collaboratively to deliver the organisation's strategic development plan, generate earned income and develop beneficial partnerships.
The Community Business Manager will lead on managing, developing and scaling our food and community development offer and services, including Gorton Central, Community Grocer projects and the Cafe & training kitchen at No 93 Church Lane, Harpurhey.
The Community Business Manager will report to the Chief Executive Officer.
Salary: £30,750 per annum
Location: Based at Gorton Central, Gorton Community Centre, Manchester, M18 8PE with travel to No 93 Church Lane, Harpurhey, Manchester, M9 5BG.
Position type: Fixed term until 31st October 2022.
Working hours: 37.5 hours over (5 days) Monday – Friday.
- 5% employer pension.
- 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays rising 1 day per year to a maximum of 30 days.
- Plus 1 leave day for employee birthday and 1 wellbeing day accompanied by £100 wellbeing budget.
- Sick-pay is 4-weeks full pay, 4-weeks half-pay followed by statutory sick pay (subject to satisfactory probation period).
HMHC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and celebrates diversity. We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQIA and from different socio-economic and educational backgrounds.
Healthy Me Healthy Communities is a not-for-profit social enterprise founded in 2012 making a positive difference to people’s health, lives and local communities. HMHC operates on the principles of coproduction, bringing together a range of partners, resources and assets for achieving positive outcomes in neighbourhoods across Manchester. At the heart of our work is involving people who benefit from our work, believing everyone has the skills and capacity for improving their own, families and communities’ outcomes.
HMHCs’ Strategic Vision is:
“Enabling people to improve their own and communities’ life expectancy and quality of life by reducing health and life inequalities, resulting in health and social-care savings”
So “everyone enjoying a long, healthy and happy life.”
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