Sporting Equals - Community Activator, Birmingham - Sporting Equals - Hours of Work Initially 30 hours per month - Closing date 29 November 2021

£30 monthly
  • SportsJobFinder
  • Birmingham
  • Nov 17, 2021
Full time

Job Description

Hours of Work Initially 30 hours per month (flexible hours)

Salary - £100 per day (one day is 8 hours)

Sporting Equals is a national charity established to promote ethnic diversity in sport and physical activity. We are seeking an experienced activator in Birmingham with local community links and an existing network to help support our projects.

You will have some understanding of working in the sport and voluntary sector supporting projects working in partnership with agencies along with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage with diverse audiences. A passion for race equality is important and an understanding of community engagement and the key barriers facing ethnically diverse communities.

The ability to work independently to achieve KPIs, steer projects, create monthly reports and make decisions are all skills you take in your stride. With experience in community work and how to successfully support and progress projects involving and working with both volunteers and local partner organisations.

A flexible approach to work is expected as evening and weekend working will be required.

Closing Date: 10am, Monday 29th November 2021

Interview Date: w/c 6 December 2021

Sporting Equals is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in all its forms. As part of our recruitment process, we request anonymous monitoring data be provided by all applicants. This data is not linked to the applicant at any point and we use this anonymised data to inform our statistics on representation of the categories listed in order to monitor the effectiveness of our advertising strategies and recruitment programmes to ensure they are open and accessible to all.

TO APPLY VISIT OUR WEBSITE

https://sportingequals.org.uk/jobs-and-volunteering/sporting-equals-community-activator-birmingham-2.html