Vacancy: Full Time Project Manager at All Saints Community Project

Vacancy for a Full Time Community Project Manager at All Saints Community Project Trust

Location: The Magpie Community Centre and Café, 33 Magpie Hall, Chatham, Kent, ME4 5NE

Hours: Monday to Friday 37 hours per week although some flexibility may be required due to the nature of community work.

Salary: Circa £23,000 per annum depending on experience.

The Trust is situated in Chatham working from the Magpie Community Centre.  Over the past decade it has worked with the local community in areas such as housing and benefits, employment, training, debt counselling, Foodbank, arts and crafts and mental health support groups working alone or in partnership with other providers seeking wherever possible external funding for these and our other activities.  This work is taking on a wider role as it now covers a large part of the community in Medway.

We are looking for a dynamic person who will manage the project on a day-to-day basis, look for new opportunities of engagement, work with partners and not be afraid to get stuck in. The Trust wishes to appoint a suitably qualified person, starting ideally on or before the 1st January 2017.

Application

The Job Description can be obtained from the Trust Office or online at www.allsaintscommunityproject.org.uk. Information on the Trust and its activities can be found on the website. 

Applications to be made by sending a CV and covering letter as to your suitability for the job with the names and addresses of two referees.  

For further information contact Linda Fiddyment or Linda Jones on 01634 845419 or by e mail lindaf@allsaintscommunityproject.org.uk or lindaj@allsaintscommunityproject.org.uk

Closing Date: 5 pm on Thursday 10 November 2016

Interview Date: Monday 21 November 2016

As to the nature of the work a clear Enhanced DBS certificate must be obtained and any offer of employment will be subject to this.

For job description details follow the link here : Job Description Community Project Manager