SHOUT Development Officer

Birmingham LGBT is seeking to recruit to a highly motivated individual to the post of SHOUT Development Officer, funded by Arts Council England. The successful candidate will lead a review of the governance, operation and programming of the annual SHOUT Festival of Queer Culture.

The post will also be responsible for the sustainability of this exciting festival and will work with key stakeholders and partners to develop a year round programme of LGBT cultural activity in Birmingham and develop a regional programmer’s forum focused on queer arts development.

The successful applicant will join a motivated and enthusiastic team based at the Birmingham LGBT Centre in Central Birmingham.

Terms:
NJC scale S01 point 29 £25,440 pro rata
Plus up to 5% matched pension contributions
Flexible 20 hours per week, with regular evening and weekend work; 25 days annual leave entitlement.
15 month Fixed term contract ongoing subject to funding.

Birmingham LGBT is an equal opportunities employer.

Closing Date for applications is on Friday 13th March at 5pm.

DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION PACK HERE

For more details contact David Viney on 0121 643 0821

Funded by

Lottery-blackweb

Volunteer Coordinator

Birmingham LGBT is seeking to recruit a dynamic and motivated individual to the role of Volunteer Coordinator funded by the Health & Social Care Volunteer Fund. The Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting, training and mentoring volunteers to support delivery of services at the LGBT Health and Wellbeing Centre in the city.
Areas of work include developing and facilitating a volunteer training programme, developing volunteer work plans, recruiting and supporting volunteers, arranging volunteer support meetings, coordinating the community outreach and wellbeing assessments programme, as well as managing volunteer placements in the centre.

The successful applicant will join a motivated and enthusiastic team based at the Birmingham LGBT Centre in Central Birmingham.

Terms:
NJC SO1 point 29, £25,440 (pro rata)
plus up to 5% matched pension contributions.
Based in Birmingham
18 month fixed term contract on going subject to funding
18.5 hours per week, with evening and weekend work
25 days annual leave entitlement, pro rata.

Birmingham LGBT is an equal opportunities employer.

Closing Date for applications is on Friday 13 March 2015 at 5pm

DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION PACK HERE

For more details contact Steph Keeble on 0121 643 0821

Funded by
HSCVF

Befrienders/Peer Mentoring Volunteers

We also have volunteering opportunities available for activities and events support as part of this project, please contact Ann Strach for more details annstrach@blgbt.org

Funded by

bcclogoweb

 

 

 

 

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