Real Food Education and Sustainability Coordinator – Fixed Term to 31 May 2021
Full time - 35 hours per week
Salary: £25,377.32 - £29,790.77 per annum, dependent upon skills
This is an exciting fixed term opportunity to support the delivery of the Real Food Wythenshawe Programme.
Working within the Real Foods team this role is rresponsible for overseeing evidence based evaluation of the Real Food Programme, collation and collection of appropriate data including demonstrating of key funding outcomes and future financial sustainability of the project, developing referral pathways with local healthcare and community providers and continue to expand partnership working across Wythenshawe and Manchester.
Successful candidates will have knowledge / awareness of the key issues affecting the Wythenshawe Community, including food poverty, sustainable food issues and the environment. Work based knowledge of research monitoring and evaluation including the collation of data is essential, coupled with the ability to develop and nurture relationships with Universities, external Funding bodies, key Partners and relevant Organisations. In addition candidates will have the ability to support access to training opportunities related to improving well-being and mental health. Excellent communication / customer service / IT skills and the ability to work flexibly, independently and as part of a team are also essential.
For further information, please see attached the job description and person specification.
- Real Food Education and Sustainability Coordinator JD (PDF)
- Real Food Education and Sustainabilty Coordinator PS (PDF)
- WCHG Application Form
- WCHG E & D Form
If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete the attached application form & diversity monitoring information and return to Human Resources, 1st Floor Wythenshawe House, 8 Poundswick Lane, M22 9TA or alternatively, return to email@example.com
The closing date for all applications is 9am Thursday, 18 April 2019
Interviews will take place on Thursday, 02 May 2019