Role: Exeter Homeless Partnership (EHP) Co-production and Engagement Manager
Job Reference: Ref: CEM 07/19
Responsible to: Director of Learning & Innovation
Salary: £29,636 (NJC 26)
Hours: 37 hours per week – Full Time
Contract: Fixed Term (3 years)
The Exeter Homeless partnership will bring people with experience of homelessness together with statutory, voluntary, business, and community sectors. Increasing understanding of the issues and co-designing community led solutions, this will effect immediate positive change in people's lives.
The EHP Co-production and Engagement Manager will be responsible for co-ordinating the Exeter Homeless Partnership; bringing together people with experience of homelessness, with statutory, voluntary, business, faith, and community sectors to achieve immediate benefits and long term structural change to the way that homelessness is addressed in the city of Exeter.
This is an exciting new partnership and we are looking for exceptional candidates who are comfortable and confident communicating in a variety of professional and community settings and situations, who are self-motivated and organised, and who are able to demonstrate significant experience and knowledge in at least two of the following areas:
Demonstrating our values of compassion, welcome, collaboration, and ambition, the post holder should be positive about working in collaboration with partners and be committed to providing non-judgemental and inclusive support to ensure that people with lived experience are actively involved in the development of this project.
Colab Exeter promotes equality and diversity and we welcome applications from all sections of society.
How to Apply: Submission of an up to date CV and covering letter summarising why you are interested in the role and how your experience, skills, and values align with the job description and person specification. Email applications to email@example.com.
Application Deadline: 5pm Friday 26th July 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 7th August 2019
CoLab Exeter is an award winning wellbeing and innovation hub that works in collaboration with agencies across sectors to achieve positive community outcomes around homelessness, addiction, (re)offending, and health inequality.
Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.