- Flexible Working
- Starting Out
Important: To be eligible, you must be aged 16-24 and currently receiving Universal Credit. Consult with your work coach to check your eligibility. See here for more information.
About The Role
This is a 25-hour per week role as a manager of a new online hub for community organisations in the London Borough of Waltham Forest – writing and editing content about the work of local groups and their activities, along with information on funding and business development.
The WFWellComm online hub will provide charities and community groups with news updates about funding opportunities, training and events – and include interviews with local charities and social enterprises promoting and explaining their work.
It will also enable local people to find out about volunteering opportunities (and other ways of supporting charities in their area) via an online map.
The online hub manager role is ideal for someone with strong all round communications skills and an interest in writing, social change and local community action.
The role will be based at Social Spider’s office at The Mill, 7-11 Coppermill Lane, E17 7HA, however, the current situation will necessitate some remote working.
How To Apply
Please apply by sending a CV and covering to email@example.com – please also check with your work coach to make sure you are eligible for the Kickstart scheme.
About Social Spider CIC
Social Spider Community Interest Company (CIC) is a not-for-profit social enterprise that publishes five community newspapers – and carries out research and consultancy projects focused on social enterprise and social innovation.
WFWellComm Community Interest Company (CIC) is a consortium social enterprise made up of Social Spider CIC, Community Transport Waltham Forest and HEET. It owns the local community newspaper, Waltham Forest Echo and manages a community building, Waltham Forest Resource Hub (Central) at 1 Russell Road, E10 7ES.