Community Inclusion Specialist- (World Gymnastics Championships)

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    £24k - 27k per year

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  • Published:

    21 days ago

  • Consultant:

    Shweta Prabhakar

Community Inclusion Specialist- (World Gymnastics Championships)
Contract :14-month FTC
Salary : £24,000 - £27,000
Location: Widnes

UK's largest health and social care charities are seeking a Community Inclusion Specialist. They have the privilege of developing a ground-breaking volunteering and personal development programme for one hundred people who have care and support needs this incredible event, which takes place in Liverpool.

Key responsibilities
The project is targeted specifically at people who require support in their everyday lives. This might include people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health concerns, dementia, or other support needs.

As a Facilitator, you will enable 100 people to volunteer at the event, recruiting people who are supported by community Integrated Care and other local people.

Before the tournament kicks off, you will design and deliver exciting volunteering placements and projects for your volunteers, which are designed to meet their individual skills, goals and interests. Taking inspiration from the World gymnastics Championships, you will create opportunities that enable people to explore their talents and achieve their dreams.
At tournament time, your volunteers to be at the heart of this exciting event. Working with their families and support networks, you will enable them to enjoy a diverse range of vocational opportunities at the World Gymnastics Championships that promote great outcomes for every individual. You will continue to work with your volunteers in the months following the event too, providing mentoring and identifying opportunities that support their ongoing progress. It is important to emphasise the creative nature of this position.

Person specification

  • Experience of creating, delivering, and supporting participation in community projects
  • Experience of working with disabled people (or other highly relatable experiences)
  • Confidence in working with a high level of autonomy, within an agreed framework and with support.
  • Natural partnership worker, with skills in creating and managing community partnerships or social projects.
  • Understanding of how to make their work accessible, adaptable and engaging.
  • Strong communications and planning skills.
  • Creative thinker, with abilities to identify opportunities that change people's lives and create special experiences
  • Exceptional people skills, which can bring the best out of people who have care and support needs and their support networks.
  • A natural planner, with abilities to manage risk.
  • Ability to deliver monitoring and evaluation.