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We have a fantastic opportunity that has become available for an experienced Project Development Officer to join Manningham Housing Association and help us to deliver our community investment initiatives. Working in culturally diverse and vibrant communities, you will be eager to make a big difference to the lives of our residents and the wider neighbourhoods where we work.
Click here to learn more: Community Project Officer 17.05.2021
Position: Project Development Officer
Salary: £25,832 (pro-rata)
Location: Manor Row, Bradford
Hours: 18.5 hours per week (flexible /remote working)
Period of Contract: Permanent
Although this role is part-time initially subject to successful funding there may the opportunity for it to become full time
We are looking for someone with the right mix of skills and abilities to support our Community Partnerships and Investment Manager to deliver new projects and initiatives established to deliver our Community Investment Strategy. The successful candidate will also work in partnership with our tenants ensuring we provide a fantastic and high-quality service to our customers.
If you are passionate about making difference to vulnerable people and marginalised communities in tackling health and social inequality and have the appropriate experience of designing and delivering community-led/owned projects, we want to hear from you!
How to apply
For full details of the job and essential criteria for the role please look at the Job Description and Person Specification then send us your CV and covering letter demonstrating how you meet the job description/specification in no more than 2 A4 sides.
The deadline for this is Friday 11th June 2021 Midnight (11.59pm) and please send your application (CV & Covering Statement) to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more info
If you want to know more about the role(s) and for an informal chat about this exciting opportunity with Manningham Housing Association please contact Nas Hussain, Community Partnership and Investment Manager email@example.com.
Please note interviews for this post will be held on Thursday 17th June 2021.
Are you a Manningham Housing Association tenant or resident? Do you want to learn new skills or polish up on your exiting skills to gain working experience to move into paid employment? Are you passionate about your local community and do you want to volunteer in the following areas?
Volunteer Office administration
Volunteer community Development officer
Volunteer IT/Digital/Media Worker
Volunteer Research Assistant?
Volunteer Funding Assistant
Volunteer Tenant Member
Volunteer youth or over 50s worker
In addition to the above, you can choose to volunteer in other areas, such as; community/people empowerment, development or community regeneration, health and wellbeing, community business development, employment and/or welfare advice. If you would like to get involved please get in touch with Aisha Begum firstname.lastname@example.org
The Xperience Volunteering Project (XVP) was launched in January 2020 where local people and service users will be given an opportunity to learn new skills and gain confidence, improve self-esteem and build emotional resilience and work towards moving into paid employment.
The project will offer accessible opportunities for local people to volunteer using their own strengths and skills-set from 2 hours right up to 20hrs a week with expenses paid for by MHA.
In addition to this, all volunteers will have full access to a range of personal development training such as how to be assertive, how to become more confident, using Social media, including word, excel, budget management training, first aid and other training such as food hygiene training.
If this is of interest and you can speak multiple languages and/or English is NOT your first language, then we would be happy to hear from you and offer you volunteering opportunities with either MHA or our partner agencies such as Bradford CAB and wider.
Manningham Housing Association (MHA) is looking for flexible sessional and/or freelance workers to deliver daily, weekly/bi-weekly and monthly sessions on a range of support areas such as improving confidence through online coffee mornings, arts and crafts, supporting communities to get online, social media training, and/or or delivering dance/yoga /bhangra-cise sessions online.
If you’re a sessional worker wishing to work on a sessional/flexible basis (1-2hr per session) daily, weekly, and/or monthly then we want to hear from you.
MHA will have many opportunities for local people to lead PAID sessions to help and support people and communities most in need across the Bradford District.
To register your interests or to find out more about this work and various paid opportunities we have available please email Aisha Begum email@example.com
Manningham Housing Association is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are invited from all sections of the community.
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