LGBT Foundation - Village Development Coordinator

Job Title: 
Village Development Coordinator
Contract Type: 
Fixed-Term
Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
£23,353
Location: 
Manchester
Recruitment Type: 
External
Deadline: 
Wednesday, 27 January, 2021 - 09:00

LGBT Foundation are recruiting for the exciting position of Village Development Coordinator. We are looking for someone who can co-ordinate a number of local projects and support community groups and community members to get involved in LGBT life in Manchester (through online activities, small face-to-face groups and larger community events).

Funded by Manchester City Council, the Voluntary and Community Sector Grant aims to support voluntary and community sector organisations to carry out activities that make an important contribution to meeting the outcomes of the Our Manchester Strategy.

The post holder will be expected to work with stakeholders and partners to make the Gay Village in Manchester a safer, more attractive, and well-maintained environment, in which LGBT people can be safe and happy. They will also empower community involvement and action in relevant stakeholder groups and initiatives.

The post holder will work with programmes within LGBT Foundation to put community members at the heart of what we do, and work to support community groups and initiatives that create vibrant LGBT life in Manchester.

For more information on the role and to apply please follow the recruitment link. 

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