Wellbeing Development Officer
£7199.40 per annum for 13 hours a week. Plus 3% pension.
(Fulltime equivalent £20,490)
6th January 2020- 31st March 2022 (likely to be extended to March 2023)
An exciting opportunity exists for a well qualified and creative person to join the team of staff and volunteers at the Govanhill Baths Community Trust (GBCT). We are looking to recruit a Wellbeing Development Officer to develop and coordinate the Govanhill Baths Wellbeing Programme.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust (GBCT) is a grassroots anchor organisation based in Govanhill. Our goal is to re-open the Govanhill Baths as a Wellbeing Centre and at the same time contribute to the wider social, health, cultural and built regeneration of Govanhill.
The Wellbeing Programme was established in 2012 with the vision of promoting a holistic approach to wellbeing and community regeneration. The programme was developed in response to a lack of services in the area which strived to promote and maintain positive health outcomes for local people. The programme is aimed at those suffering physical and mental illhealth, longterm unemployed, isolated and/or disadvantaged local people.
Application: Applicants will be required to outline, by referring to the job description and specification, their relevant experience, qualifications and information as to why they believe they are the right person for the post and what they can bring to the ongoing development of the Govanhill Baths Trust. A CV may also be attached.
Format: No more than 2 sides of A4 paper using 12 point font.
NOTE: Applications exceeding the required format will be rejected.
Applications should be made via email and marked ‘Wellbeing Development Worker’: Confidential’ and emailed to email@example.com.
No hard copies will be accepted.
Deadline: Applications must be in by 5.00pm 6th of December 2019.
Interviews: 16th of December 2019.
The Trust conforms to all the requirements of the Equality Act and its Duties under Positive Action. Applicants from members of minority/members of protected characteristic groups are particularly invited to apply.
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