This is a temporary post, fixed term for 6 months and part time 16-20 hour a week. The project workers will organise Food packs and home activity packs for children and adult refugee in Bradford.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of BEAC refugee community members to help them to maintain health and engaging with physical activities at home in this period all our leisure centres remains closed. Candidates must be keen, hardworking, reliable, and flexible. They should also have a good level of manual dexterity, along with good attention to detail and the ability to follow instructions
We are looking for a committed and motivated individual, with experience of providing support and guidance to refugees during this Pandemic. You should also have excellent communication and language skills. Knowledge in African health food and African culture and languages would be beneficial.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the community members we support. All successful candidates will be subjected to enhance DBS
The role will involve:
Please email a CV and Cover letter detailing how you would deliver the project to: beaccommunity@outlook