Title: Richmond Ward – Community Project Coordinator
Term of contract: 12 months
Employment: 12 hours per week at £20 per hour. This position is on a self-employed basis.
Location: Remote Working and various sites across the Richmond Ward, Sheffield. Some travelling will be expected.
Closing Date: Monday 2nd May
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• Create a partnership organisation to serve and represent Richmond, formally constituting the group with bank account, and organise the network of partners.
• Work with partners to make a Project Plan that outlines what the group wants to achieve based on local consultations that have been carried out. Community group representatives will also be involved in this work.
• Establish better communications with residents by;
➢ Developing a social media presence and website for the group, raise the profile and improve communications in Richmond.
➢ Support member organisations with their social media offer and help organisations attract new volunteers.
➢ Follow on the existing progress with the ‘What’s on Guide’ leaflet for every Richmond property and provide the capacity for groups to continue this with future editions.
• Develop existing Richmond organisations, build on strength, sustainability and scope.
• Bid writing to secure funding for the new organisation and support for existing community groups within the Richmond Ward
• Help the co-ordination of activity across the area, maximise opportunities, find gaps and plan a long-term strategy the Stakeholder Group can take forward.
• Identify new opportunities for the area.
• Represent the Richmond Group with service providers and city-wide networks
• Give the ward the capability to engage and address key issues that are preventing a strong healthy community. This includes non-engagement with People Keeping Well, social isolation, mental health and digital exclusion