Neighbourhood Coordinator - Friary Park
Employer: Catalyst Housing Limited
- Reference: CHL/17/36611
- Published on: Tue 13/06/2017 09:14 AM
- Closing on: Sun 09/07/2017 09:14 AM
- Working Pattern: Full Time, Permanent
- Salary: Up to £38,000
- DBS Check: Enhanced
- Location: Ealing
Fixed Term 2 Years
We are currently seeking an experienced and proactive Neighbourhood Coordinator to join our well established but highly ambitious organisation. This is an exciting time to join Catalyst as we embark on an accelerated period of growth and change with a clear plan to push forward the Commercial arm of our business.
Catalyst is one of the leading housing associations in London and the South East, developing homes for both rent and outright sale, and acting as an agent for change within local communities. We are constantly adapting and evolving our services to meet a changing environment and the changing needs of our customers. At Catalyst we are fiercely proud of our mission to become the model 21st century provider of homes: applying social and commercial entrepreneurship to tackle social exclusion, and building innovative mixed-tenure communities.
As a Neighbourhood Coordinator you will be required to inform and coordinate the delivery of key aspects of the Friary Park Neighborhood Strategy. You will play a lead role in the development and delivery of social, economic and financial inclusion opportunities to help build a strong, sustainable and well-managed neighborhood. This role will involve engagement with local residents and agencies to identify options for the future management of community facilities and to outreach activities to raise awareness of access to services and opportunities. You will also be required to assist with local groups and residents to access funding opportunities to support community initiatives. Maintaining community insight data, mapping services and understanding of partner priorities to identify gaps in services will be expected in order to understand how these might be addressed. You will be required to work some evenings and weekends in this role as a Neighbourhood Coordinator.
You will have high levels of literacy, numeracy and networking skills with the ability to work both strategically and to your own initiative. You will have proven knowledge and experience of community development, developing and supporting projects and social programmes. You will have experience engaging with people from all communities and be able to prepare and write funding applications and reports for funders and stakeholders. You will be able to demonstrate experience in building the capacity of individuals and organisations with the use of IT systems such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
We recognise that our success lies within our people so if you have the ambition, skills and experience we are looking for, you are inspired by our vision and you believe you can make a difference we’d love to hear from you.
The role is subject to an enhanced check.
If you have the relevant skills and experience for the role and would like to apply, please visit our careers page: www.chg.org.uk/careers.
Closing date: 9th July 2017