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Important: To be eligible, you must be aged 16-24 and currently receiving Universal Credit. Consult with your work coach to check your eligibility. For more information see the Government’s FAQ.
About The Role
This is a 25-hour per week role as a manager of a new online hub for charities and community organisations in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The online hub is run by social enterprise Social Spider CIC, as part of a wider consortium WFWellComm CIC. The WFWellComm online hub enables local people to find out about charities and community groups in their area via an online map and information on volunteering. It also provides charities and community groups with news updates on funding opportunities, training and events. The online hub manager role will involve engaging with charities and community groups to update the information on the site – and keeping up-to-date with both local news that is relevant to local organisations.
This role is suitable for someone who has strong written and oral communication skills. It is not necessary to have prior paid experience in maintaining websites, however a strong interest in local community action is essential and a knowledge of Waltham Forest would be beneficial. 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
If you are eligible for the Kickstart scheme, you can apply via your work coach. For further details about the role email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Do mention Journo Resources when you apply – it really helps us out.
Social Spider Community Interest Company (CIC) is a not-for-profit social enterprise that publishes four (soon 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.