Ravenscliffe Community Association Also known as The Gateway Centre
Do you want to help change the lives of the people of Ravenscliffe and Eccleshill?
Have you got the skills to help us?
JU:MP Connector (Physical Activity Facilitator) – 18.5 hours per week - Salary: £26,511 pro rata. Actual Salary; £13,256.
1 year maternity leave contact
PLEASE NOTE: Interview date Wednesday 26th January 2022.
The JU:MP Connectors will develop increased opportunities for physical activity for children and families; creating an environment where everyone chooses to make physical activity and sport an everyday part of their lives. This work will be carried out in partnership with voluntary and statutory agencies in Eccleshill as well as putting families at the heart of decision making through the establishment of community forums.
JU:MP, the Bradford Local Delivery Pilot (LDP) is a four-year pilot programme led by Active Bradford and funded by Sport England with at least £3 million of funding, across the North of Bradford, that aims to test and learn more about what helps children and families to be active taking a whole systems approach.
Purpose of the post
1. Building social cohesion through bringing together individuals and changing communities. Seeking to understand each other and celebrating our differences, leading to a thriving neighbourhood.
2. To equip people with skills, knowledge, confidence and resilience to enable them to meet their needs and discover new solutions.
3. Work together with children, young people and families to encourage increased physical activity.
4. To be a community resource that promotes good health and well-being.
Please contact 01274 636602 or via email email@example.com for an Application Pack.
Closing date for post: Friday 21st January 2022 at 2pm.
Interviews to be held on Wednesday 26th January.
Working for the Ravenscliffe Community Association at The Gateway Centre
Working at The Gateway Centre will give you a fantastic life and career enhancing experience. You will be part of a thriving, cutting edge, community led Centre which will make the best use of your commitment to improving peoples’ lives and empowering communities. It will provide a challenging opportunity for you to develop new ways of working, in partnership, with local people and organisations.
The Gateway Centre was opened in 2005 following years of fundraising, lobbying and partnership development initiated by the local community. The Centre is community-led, and we encourage and support the participation of Centre users in the management of the facility.
In partnership with a range of statutory, voluntary and education providers, the Gateway Centre offers a range of regular services including: an advice service; a counselling service; volunteer opportunities; a range of adult education and personal development courses; employment support programmes; a community cafe; a range of weekly social activities including arts and craft club, seniors luncheon club; family play sessions and practical support classes such as cook and eat sessions.
www.thegateway.co.uk Tel 01274 636602