Oasis Hub North Bristol works to build social capital across the area we work, providing integrated, high quality services that benefit the whole person and the whole community. Our growing success means we are looking to appoint a Change Maker Project Lead to work with the North Bristol hub team and community.
Working alongside the Hub Leader the Change Maker Project Lead will help create a strategy and lead the delivery of the implementation of a community-led programme of change. You will be working alongside students and community members to list priorities, garner support, publicise via social media, record and monitor outcomes. You will have a small budget for resources and will need to enlist and train volunteers and Change Maker champions. The success of this role is dependent on creating meaningful relationships with the local community.
To be successful in this role, applicants will require:
- Proven experience in leading community change projects with children and young people aged 4-16 years
- Excellent maths/budget, communication and presentation skills.
- A flexible approach to changing priorities and demonstrate initiative.
- The ability to work with people from a broad cross-section of backgrounds.
- The ability to work Tue (08.30-16:00), Wed (11:00-16:00) and Thu (08.30-16:00)
In return you will:
- join a global charity, with full support from a team of experienced professionals.
- receive a generous holiday allowance (25 days plus 8 BH for full time staff)
- join a non-contributory pension scheme with 7% employer contributions
If this opportunity interests you and you would like further information, please go to the Oasis UK charity website or click "Apply" on this page. We actively encourage applications from people of all ethnic backgrounds and minority and underrepresented groups.
Completed applications should be returned by Midday Monday 4th October.
Interviews will take place in Bristol week beginning 11th October.
OASIS HUB NORTH BRISTOL
2 YEAR FIXED TERM CONTRACT
Part-Time: 20 hours per week, (0.5 FTE)
Salary: £10,392 per annum (£20,783 as 1.0 FTE)
All applicants will actively support the ethos and values of Oasis. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff with be subject to appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks and referencing. Candidates must have the right to work in the UK. Oasis cannot help with sponsorship or visas.
Oasis supports Equal Opportunities. Registered Charity No. 1026487
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