Job Reference: CAPT0921
Role: Community Ambassador (Lived Experience) Part Time
Responsible to: EHP Business Co-ordinator and Learning Manager
Salary: £19,701 FTE (pro-rata)
Hours: Part Time 18.5 Hours per week
Contract: Fixed term for 1 year only
Closing Date: 18th November 2021
Interviews: 25th November 2021
Are you passionate about supporting people to feel connected, to get involved and to have their say, do you have lived experience of homelessness, do you enjoy meeting new people and being creative? If so our new Community Ambassador role might be just what you are looking for.
We are looking for people to join our team and use their own lived experience of homelessness to inform, support and promote the project across a range of activities including; developing meaningful activities, attending partnership meetings, having a say in citywide ‘conversations’, and in the development of educational resources.
Most importantly we are looking for people who are comfortable talking to new people and who are able to listen to and relate to our visitors and the organisations that we work with. We are looking for people who will bring a friendly and positive approach, and who can use their lived experiences to build connections and develop meaningful activities for people experiencing homelessness.
Make sure that you read through the How to Apply section of the application pack as it gives important guidance and information about what to include.
If you need any more information or support, or if you have any questions please come along to our Information Event (see below) or call us on 01392 202055, email us at email@example.com or pop in to Colab.
Come along to our Information Event:
Wednesday 10th November from 10.30am - 12pm at Colab Exeter
We want to make sure that anyone who wants to apply for this role understands what we are looking for and feels able and supported to make the best application that they can. We also understand that not everyone applying for these roles will have a traditional education or employment history.
We can offer support with things like:
- understanding the application and recruitment process
- understanding what the job will involve
- understanding what to include in your written application and how to lay it out on a page
- or we can look at providing access to a computer at our office if you need it to type things up.
If you are available why not pop along and meet our project staff, to ask any questions about the jobs, and to find out what support is available to help you put in an application.