Job vacancy: Time Bank Coordinator

Job vacancy: Time Bank Coordinator

 Fri, October 18, 2013

We’re looking for a dynamic and pro-active individual to take on the role of Time Bank Coordinator at our thriving community association in the heart of Camden.

The Castlehaven Time Bank is a project that allows members to give their time to other individuals and organisations in the local community and to get something back for themselves in return. For every hour participants ‘deposit’ in the Time Bank, perhaps by giving help and practical support to others, they are able to ‘withdraw’ equivalent support in time when they themselves are in need. The Time Bank aims to develop social capital in the local community and offers people the opportunity to learn something new, get practical help, meet new people and become more active.

As Time Bank Coordinator you will manage the day to day running of the Time Bank project by recruiting and training members, facilitating time exchanges, and initiating projects to involve participants in health, wellbeing and environmental improvements for themselves and their community.

If you are a skilled communicator, presenter, and relationship builder, and have proven administration and organisation skills together with a talent for working in partnership, then this is the role for you!

Castlehaven Community Association offers activities, classes and facilities to people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We develop innovative solutions to respond to the needs of local residents and recently won the 2013 Dragon Award for Social Inclusion.

To apply to join our award winning team, please email a completed application form to amy@castlehaven.org.uk.

Click here to download the Application Form.

Click here to download the Job Description & Person Specification.

Working hours: 18 hours per week (by negotiation)

Salary: £25,525 per annum Pro Rata

Application deadline: 9am on Thursday 14th November

Interviews: Friday 22nd November

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