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Current job vacancies.

With thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund, we are very excited to announce that we are recruiting for 8 roles:

Operations Manager (18.5 hrs per week)

The purpose of this role is to manage and develop the work of the Community Interest Company in accordance with the Articles of Association and the agreed Business Plan in line with our grant from The National Lottery Community Fund. To ensure the safe, happy working and development
of staff and volunteers and to oversee budgeting and reporting.

Inclusion Lead (18.5 hours per week)

The purpose of this role is to challenge and support everyone working as part of Touch to ensure our community is genuinely open to all and to ensure we have done all we can to ensure our community is equally accessible for all.

JD Coaching Mentoring and Signposting Lead (22.5 hours per week)

The purpose of this role is to provide support for all storytellers (whether online or face to face) before, during and after telling their story, ensuring they are supported, can get the most out of the opportunity, feel sure that it is the right thing for them and feel safe and supported as a result. The role includes leading on www.myamazingstory.co.uk and also developing a service whereby we can support any members of our community to access more specialist services as and when needed. The role will also include promoting the service www.togetherall.com to our community and working together with our Safeguarding external consultant to ensure we are supporting our community in the best way possible and in line with good practice.

Fundraising and Communications Lead (37.5 hours per week)

The purpose of this role is to build and maintain positive relationships with current and new funding bodies, donors and the community. With the view to raising funds through statutory or philanthropic grants and/or community and donor initiatives, this includes leading on increasing the time donated by our volunteers. Through meeting our fundraising goals, we will be able to facilitate our cohesive storytelling community that prevents mental ill health beginning or getting worse.

Event Champion (4 roles) (15 hours per week)

The purpose of this role is to to support up to four local neighbourhoods to be get involved in monthly storytelling events in a variety of ways. To get to know people in these neighbourhoods, to invite people to tell stories and become guests at the events and to generally facilitate making
events happen, with the support of our Inclusion Lead and Coaching, Mentoring and
Signposting Lead.

If you are interested in applying, please click on the links above to view the Job Descriptions and please complete our Online Application Form

If you would prefer to complete an application form in a document, please request one from [email protected]

The Closing Date for all applications is Tuesday 6th April 5pm, and we will let you know by Friday 9th April if you are successful for an interview. Interviews will take place between Monday 12th and Friday 23rd April.

 

Volunteer.

Our volunteers are the driving force behind Touch, and we really appreciate the time they contribute to moving our vision forward.

We aim to build a team of people who are ‘do-er’s’ and want to help us all to do ‘life together’.

We are always looking for people to support with administration, event hosting and management, story management, transcribing, proof-reading, graphic design, marketing and much more!

If this sounds like you, please contact [email protected] to organise a coffee and introduction.

For existing volunteers who wish to take the Touch eLearning course, please click here and sign in with the log-in details you have been given.

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