Salary: £24,135 (National Joint Council pay spine 22)
Contract: Fixed term to 31st October 2019, with possibility
We’re looking for an individual
who wants to make a difference. As
Community Development Officer, you will make full use of your interpersonal
skills and ecological knowledge to lead on the coordination and day to day
planning of a community cohesion project focused in Mile End (Shandy Park) and
Aldgate East (Swedenborg Gardens) as part of London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Community Cohesion Pilot Programme. We’re looking for a candidate with
excellent communication skills: to encourage, support and facilitate the
participation of residents and others in the design, delivery and management of
this innovative project.
This role will drive the
development and delivery of this project to enable people to meet others who
share an interest in nature, both face to face and through activities, and to
allow people to deepen their contact with nature in their local areas.
The role will also take an active
lead in organising, leading and implementing events within Tower Hamlets
Cemetery Park, and assist external event leaders.
We understand that the role of
Community Development Project Officer could be demanding, with a very varied
workload, but we’re looking for an individual who likes a challenge and is
looking to be part of a motivated team that works closely together to fulfil
the vision of the charity.
Closing Date: 1st June 2018
Interview Date: 18th June 2018
Location: Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London
To apply for this vacancy please send your current CV along
with a cover letter informing us of your suitability for the post. To view the full job description and role profile please click HERE.
Short listing is carried out objectively by assessing the
information you provide against the requirements of the job as set out in the
vacancy details on our website. If you are short listed, you will be contacted
and invited to attend an interview.
We will also tell you if we need you to do anything else
such as a skills test, or presentation.
We only accept on-line applications. However, if you require
assistance to participate in the recruitment process, for example due to
disability, please contact us at on 0208 983 1277 for assistance.
Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you
from working at the Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. In reaching a decision we will take account
of the nature of your work, the circumstances and background of the offence(s)
and the time elapsed.