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Starfish Services
£28,500 per year (pro-rata)
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Starfish Services
Stafford, Staffordshire
£28,500 per year (pro-rata)
Contract, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

Starfish have secured funding from the National Lottery for an exciting new project starting later this month.

Title: Hub Co-ordinator
Responsible to: Area Lead
Salary: £28,500 (pro rata)
Contract: Initially 6-month contract
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Based: in the Stafford area, travel required, car user preferred.

This post is initially for a six-month period projected at 37.5 hours per week, but applications from those wishing to work shorter or longer hours, job share, or combine posts will be considered.

About the project

CONNECT FOUR is an exciting new digital project uniting Wolverhampton, Stafford, Cannock and Stoke all about Mental Health & Wellbeing.  

Building on existing support and assistance Starfish will be creating an open and inclusive space to share ideas, learning and experience, build peer to peer support and develop self-supporting groups as well as sharing important resources and information.

The project will:

  • Boost and enrich our current digital offer, increasing and extending opportunities and enabling individuals from across the midlands to access a range of interesting and exciting digital spaces to support and improve mental health.
  • Offer direct Mental Health & Wellbeing support to those experiencing difficulty as a result of the current COVID-19 situation (directly or indirectly), working in partnership with others to ensure joined up support and opportunities.
  • Work to address the challenges of digital inclusion via the triangulate issues of equipment, data and ability.
  • Promote and nurture Peer Support work and the development of Mutual Aid groups as an asset based and grass roots solution to many of the problems we are experiencing.
  • Support other organisations in dealing with the many demands on their teams.

About the role

This team member will work within the Midlands Connect 4 Team, coproducing and actioning a comprehensive communications and promotional plan.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Overseeing the creation and/or development of an overarching and localised web site with supporting social media activity capable of facilitating the sharing of ideas and information, providing real time and downloadable learning and development opportunities and providing space for individuals and groups to set their own developmental agendas and support each other.
  • Helping to establish a rich flow of people into the project, ensuring smooth transitions and continuity throughout Nurturing & encouraging cross contract and organisational interaction and engagement.
  • Enabling effective evaluation of experience alongside the development of ongoing improvements. 
  • Working with other organisations also co-ordinating training and support to them and their teams.

This person will also provide appropriate follow up support and offer assistance to other team members and peer/volunteers over the term of the project, and will work with other partners and community groups to build awareness and effective joint working mechanisms.

The closing date for applications is 5th October, with interviews taking place between 6th-8th October.

Please apply using the attached application form.

No agencies please.

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Application Form (.docx)
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (.docx)
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Posted on: 28 September 2020
Closing date: 05 October 2020
Job ref: 157035_ss
Tags: Admin,Project Management
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