Community Project Officer Bellingham Community Project Ltd (BCP)
Annual Salary: £30,000 (pro rata)
Hours: Part time 14 hours per week, 1 year temporary contract position with effect 1st July 2017.
Location: Bellingham SE6 3BT, London Borough of Lewisham
Closing Date: Friday, 16th June 2017 at 5pm
This post is part funded by Bellingham Community Project Ltd, Phoenix Community Chest and the Bellingham Festival Fund.
Would you like to work for a small charity in Bellingham, South East London?
BCP is working in the heart of the Bellingham Community, an area high in deprivation, to provide sport/leisure facilities at affordable prices to our local community.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard working person who is able to work on their own initiative with previous community development experience, preferably in the delivery of health-related projects. Experience of budgeting, production of reports/statistics required as per funder’s terms and conditions, development of community projects, and monitoring and evaluation.
You will undertake outreach work in the Bellingham area to promote health and well-being projects and deliver a community Festival. To engage with Bellingham and Phoenix Community Housing residents, ensuring participation, promoting community cohesion, diversity and inclusion for all age groups, taking account of the equality and diversity of the residents of the area.
To manage specific projects efficiently and effectively to time and on budget, so that agreed funder’s targets/outcomes, terms and conditions are met.
To liaise with local groups, potential funders, representing BCP at community meetings, events and projects to ensure BCP remains embedded in the community.
Application Information: In order to apply for the role of Community Project Officer please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0208 461 2213 for an information pack.
Deadline for receipt of applications is Friday, 16th June 2017 at 5pm; interviews will take place week commencing 19th June 2017.
Find out more about the Bellingham Community Project