Opportunities

 

Healthy Me Healthy Communities is recruiting a Project Coordinator for Miles Platting Community Grocer.

The Project Coordinator will be responsible for developing the Miles Platting Community Grocer including the social‐café and supporting members to take an active role in developing and delivering new activities.

Salary: FTE £21,000 per annum with actual salary for 2‐days being £8,400 per annum.
Location: The role will involve working from Miles Platting Community Grocer, Queensbury Court, M40 7DD.
Position type: Temporary until 30 July 2019.
Working hours: Core hours are Wednesday afternoon and all‐day Thursday with flexibility for the additional hours between Monday and Friday.

Other details:

  • 5% employer pension.
  • 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays (pro-rata for 0.4 FTE) rising 1 day per year to a maximum of 30 days.
  • Plus 1 leave day for employee birthday and 1 day wellbeing day accompanied by £100 wellbeing budget.
  • 4‐weeks full‐pay and 4‐weeks half‐pay subject to successful probation period.

Equal Opportunities:
HMHC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and celebrates diversity. We welcome applications from people living in Manchester looking to return to work and may not have continuous employment history.

Application and recruitment details:

  • A word-document detailing your education, work and volunteering history with a statement about how you meet the essential and desirable criteria as outlined in the 'Job Description and Person Specification' (click text to download). This document should not exceed 3-pages, A4, 12-font.
  • Submit an ‘Applicant Form’ and ‘Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form’  (click text to download).
  • Submit application to richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk by Thursday 25th October, 5pm.
  • Shortlisting will take place by Monday 29th October. Please note that feedback will only be provided for applicants attending interview.
  • Interviews for this post will be held on Monday 12th November 2018.
  • Appointment subject to the receipt of satisfactory references.

 

For further information, in the first instance, contact richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk with your query and a telephone number.


 

Healthy Me Healthy Communities is recruiting a Community Grocer Project Coordinator.

We are recruiting a Project Coordinator who will be responsible for developing and strengthening the Community Grocer, working closely with the Senior Project Coordinator. The role will involve supporting several Community Grocer volunteer‐led projects and leading on the securing of additional food donations.

Salary: £21,000 per annum.
Location: Office base tbc with the role will involve working across Manchester from various locations. Access to vehicle required.
Position type: Permanent.
Working hours: Monday ‐ Friday with core working hours being 10am‐4pm. Some evening work maybe required to meet the needs of the participants. Job‐share applicants welcome:

  • 5% employer pension.
  • 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays rising 1 day per year to a maximum of 30 days.
  • Plus 1 leave day for employee birthday and 1 day wellbeing day accompanied by £100 wellbeing budget.
  • 4‐weeks full‐pay and 4‐weeks half‐pay subject to successful probation period.

Equal Opportunities:
HMHC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and celebrates diversity. We welcome applications from people living in Manchester looking to return to work and may not have continuous employment history.

Application and recruitment details:

  • A word-document detailing your education, work and volunteering history with a statement about how you meet the essential and desirable criteria as outlined in the 'Job Description and Person Specification' (click text to download). This document should not exceed 3‐pages, A4, 12‐font.
  • Submit an ‘Applicant Form’ and ‘Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form’  (click text to download).
  • Submit application to richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk by Thursday 25th October, 5pm.
  • Shortlisting will take place by Monday 29th October. Please note that feedback will only be provided for applicants attending interview.
  • Interviews for this post will be held on Monday 12th November 2018.
  • Appointment subject to the receipt of satisfactory references.

 

For further information, in the first instance, contact richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk with your query and a telephone number.


 

Healthy Me Healthy Communities is recruiting a Community Grocer Development Worker (Ambition for Ageing)

We are recruiting a Development Worker responsible for developing and strengthening active citizenship and social entrepreneur skills for Community volunteers and members aged 50-years. The post will involve delivering community organising / social entrepreneurship training that will develop and test participant‒led community projects. Therefore, the successful applicant will have the skills for supporting and mentoring participants. The post is funded by Ambition for Ageing, led by GMCVO and funded by the Big Lottery Fund, aimed at creating more age friendly places by connecting communities and people through the creation of relationships, development of existing assets and putting older people at the heart of designing the places they live.

Salary: Actual salary £20,800 per annum for 0.8 role (FTE £26,000).
Location: Office base tbc with the role will involve working across Manchester from various locations. Access to vehicle required.
Position type: Fixed term for 16‐months and not exceeding March 2020.
Working hours: 30 hours to be agreed Monday ‐ Friday with core working hours being 10am‐4pm. Some evening work maybe required to meet the needs of the participants. Job‐share applicants welcome.

Other details:

  • 5% employer pension.
  • 25 days holiday plus 8 statutory bank holidays (pro-rata for 0.4 FTE) rising 1 day per year to a maximum of 30 days.
  • Plus 1 leave day for employee birthday and 1 day wellbeing day accompanied by £100 wellbeing budget.
  • 4‐weeks full‐pay and 4‐weeks half‐pay subject to successful probation period.

Equal Opportunities:
HMHC strives to be an equal opportunities employer and celebrates diversity. We welcome applications from people living in Manchester looking to return to work and may not have continuous employment history.

Application and recruitment details:

  • A word-document detailing your education, work and volunteering history with a statement about how you meet the essential and desirable criteria as outlined in the 'Job Description and Person Specification' (click text to download). This document should not exceed 3‐pages, A4, 12-font.
  • Submit an ‘Applicant Form’ and ‘Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form’  (click text to download).
  • Submit application to richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk by Thursday 25th October, 5pm.
  • Shortlisting will take place by Monday 29 October. Please note that feedback will only be provided for applicants attending interview.
  • Interviews for this post will be held on Monday 5th November 2018.
  • Appointment subject to the receipt of satisfactory references.

 

For further information, in the first instance, contact richbrowning@healthymehealthycommunities.co.uk with your query and a telephone number.