Are you an excellent communicator who enjoys bringing different types of people together and wants to make a real difference to the local community? If so, come and join the Groundwork team to coordinate all aspects of this exciting programme.
Full Time – 37.5 hours
Employed by Groundwork North Wales, based in the Wrexham Office
We are looking for an enthusiastic, confident Community Consultation Coordinator to work with the Connah’s Quay community to help make this project a huge success. You will need to be friendly, a self-starter, able to work on your own initiative and with excellent facilitation skills.
With funding from Big Lottery’s programme ‘Create your Space’, Groundwork North Wales have been supporting communities to come up with their own vision and plan for conserving and improving their local natural environment in a way which meets their needs and those of future generations. Since early 2016 we have been working with the community in Connah’s Quay to develop a proposal – “Our Back Yard” – to enable people to be more involved with, and get more enjoyment from, their local open spaces. “Our Back Yard” has secured funding in 2017 for 5 years and will provide opportunities for training, formal and informal learning for people of all ages.
We are currently recruiting for the following role to continue coordinating and delivering all aspects of the programme ensuring the required quality, timescales, processes and evidence requirements of funders are adhered to.
Closing date: Friday 22nd June 2018 at midday
Interviews: Friday 29th June 2018
For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Karl Delamar or Lorna Crawshaw on 01978 757524.
To apply for a position, please send a CV and covering letter explaining why you feel you would be suitable and how you meet the requirements of the person specification, along with the following completed documents:
Completed documents should be returned to [email protected]
Groundwork is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all members of the community.