VACANCY: Ziggies Project Coordinator
15th September 2016
Ziggies Project Coordinator
Swansea City's Community Trust, as part of the Ziggies Consortium, have secured funding from Sports Wales to deliver the Ziggies Project in Neath Port Talbot & Swansea areas.
The post is fixed term until August 31, 2017. An extension beyond that date is subject to funding.
Salary: £20,000 Pro Rata
Location: Initially based at the Liberty Stadium & Neath YMCA, (outreach in schools across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot).
Working hours: 20 Hours per week; 39 weeks of the year; term-time only, with the salary averaged over 12 months (including occasional early mornings, evenings and weekends).
Role: Ziggies is an innovative project that co-ordinates after school clubs for foundation phase families across South Wales. The Project Coordinator will work closely with Ziggies' central team and other Community Trust Projects to promote Ziggies to schools in the Neath Port Talbot & Swansea area.
The Coordinator will recruit and coordinate the activities of volunteers. Provide support and facilitate training for volunteers with the central Ziggies team.
DBS VETTING: This post, due to its nature, duties and responsibilities will be subject to a check by The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). The level of check which will apply will be an "Enhanced Disclosure".
If you would like more information or to receive an application pack please contact Swansea City Community Trust on 01792 556520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Application closing date midday Monday, September 19, 2016
The company is an equal opportunities employer. The company does not tolerate less favourable treatment of any employee or job applicant on any ground, including but not limited to gender, marital status, race, racial origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, membership or non-membership of a Trade Union, pregnancy, childbirth, political affiliation, relationships in the workplace, or any other prejudice.
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