Community Asset Lead Vacancy (12 month fixed term contract) at Spider Project CIC

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Spider Project is a Wirral based Community Interest Company, dedicated to creating opportunities for people to be happier, healthier and well-connected. We are committed to transforming peoples’ lives and places through creativity, social, environmental, enterprise and democratic action. We believe everybody has a place within our community and everyone is an asset. We provide a creative environment for our Members to be the best they can; we do not have clients, customers or service users – only Members, welcomed by our values: ‘Community-Trust-Honesty-Respect.’
Spider Project resources are open to individuals overcoming substance misuse issues and people with low level mental health issues who are disconnected from community.

Please note that Spider Project welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.

Applications should be made to Caroline Williams, Project Manager – [email protected]

The closing date for all applications is 5pm on Thursday April 12th 2018.

Reporting to the Project Manager and supervising a team of volunteers, the role will oversee all aspects of our volunteering programme including delivery support for our ‘Move on Up’ project across Wirral. In collaboration with local communities, the role will develop a co-ordinated, efficient and robust creative arts and community health and wellbeing service provision for Members (aged 18+). The aim being to support their engagement, development, employability and quality of life.

Hours – 37.5 per week

Salary – £22,000 – £24,000 (depending on experience)

For more information, please visit https://www.spiderproject.org.uk/vacancies/.

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