Join our team to reach new communities in the Eastern Region

Monday, 19 March 2018

The New Groups Project in the Eastern Region was launched in June 2017, and is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport. This three-year project will see us grow new groups for young people aged 10-18 in Norwich, Suffolk & Cambridgeshire.

We are now seeking to expand our team for the next phase of this exciting project.  

If you are energised by Woodcraft Folk's values of co-operation and social justice, and have the skills to engage children and young people, to recurit and train new volunteers, or to support a team of staff and volunteers to reach our stretching targets, we'd love to hear from you.

We are currently recuriting for:

Development Officers (home based)

Posts available in Ipswich, King's Lynn and Wisbech, 14 hours per week, fixed term contract until 31 July 2019; £23,378-£25,975 pro rata, plus homeworker allowance

Working with our existing volunteers and staff, Development Officers will be responsible for recruiting, training and supporting a team of volunteers, and delivring a programme of outreach activity to attract young people to join Woodcraft Folk groups.

We are also willing to consider applications from candidates to cover both King's Lynn and Wisbech, working 28 hours per week.

The closing date for applications is 17:00 on Tuesday 24 April. For further information and to apply for these roles, please download the job description, person specification, application form and other supporting documents below.

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Eastern Region Development Officer JD.docx18.66 KB
Development Officer application form.docx25.38 KB
Theory of Change.pdf139.75 KB
Aims & Principles.pdf120.13 KB
Staff EO policy.pdf214.7 KB