91 Ways is a community focused social enterprise, working with the 91 language communities of Bristol to celebrate our diversity, crossing divides and breaking down barriers using the power of food, bringing us together through food and the sharing of stories.
We are looking for a new person to join the team at 91 ways! If you’re the right person for the role, please send a cv and cover letter to email@example.com by April 3rd. Full job description below.
Job Title: Community Coordinator
Salary: £15 per hour
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom
Reports to: Founder
Type Of Employment: Part-time (10-16 hours a week)
We are looking to appoint a Community Coordinator for a 2 day a week role (flexible) with the possibility of more hours and/or an extended contract, depending on the progress and needs of the project.
The successful applicant will be based in or close to Bristol due to the need for in person community outreach. Ideally they will have strong existing ties to some/all of the following areas: Stockwood, Bedminster, St Judes, St Pauls and Southmead.
The successful applicant must have a working laptop and ability to make calls. Working days and hours are flexible.
91 Ways is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants of all ethnicities, ages, abilities and identifications. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need the application form in another format.
The application deadline is April 3rd and interviews will be held the following week.
Community Coordinator Role
Connecting with individuals, organisations and community groups across Bristol and the South West, to develop relationships to create new opportunities for our communities to work with 91 ways
To design and implement activities and projects within the community which recognise the needs of specific groups
Maintain existing relationships and help deliver our current programme of activities.
To put the project findings together into a document that can be shared with other organisations and policymakers
To strengthen 91 Ways connections to the communities in Stockwood, Bedminster, St Judes, St Pauls and Southmead
Maintain project planning documents including any documents needed for funding reporting. Monitor effectiveness of projects and people reached.
To increase the immediate effectiveness and efficiency of the existing provision in a community, to those suffering due to inequalities and due to Covid-19 (increase the number of people able to access healthy food on a regular basis)
To identify and support the increase the provision of healthy food (and other necessary items) in the area
To increase the collaborative working relationships of the local community organisations, allowing these relationships to continue beyond the duration of this project
Experience of working with diverse communities
Strong existing links to existing communities and organisations providing Covid relief in Bristol
Excellent organisational and planning skills
Social media skills
Self motivated with strong time management skills
Strong written communication skills
Confident and friendly verbal communicator, food at forging relationships and putting people at ease
Confident with spreadsheets
Positive can-do attitude
Experience of project management including monitoring and analysis
Experience of working with charities and/or public sector
Stakeholder management and development skills
Own vehicle and clean driving license
Apply with your CV and a cover letter (no more than one A4 page) explaining your precious experience and why you believe you are a good fit for this role.
For more information or to make informal enquiries, please contact email@example.com