Granby Four Streets Vacancies

The Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust (CLT) is a non-profit community based organisation that is delivering affordable homes and regeneration in the Granby Four Streets area of Liverpool. Members are made up of local residents in Granby, local community organisations and businesses. The organisation is looking for new staff to help deliver its projects.

Freelance Project Support Officer

Hours: 15 hours per week

Salary: £10 per hour

Contract: 10 months –  self employed

The aim of this job is to support the Project Development Manager in implementing the plans of the Community Land Trust. This will include providing admin support, publicising CLT events/projects, liaising with community members and assisting with the recruitment and co-ordination of volunteers.

You are flexible and have experience of providing admin support, good writing skills and an understanding of L8 and experience of the impact of racism.

To apply, send you current CV and covering letter of no more than two sides of A4 explaining what interests them about the role and how they meet all the requirements listed in the “who you are” section of the job description. You should provide two referees including a current or most recent employer.

The role is offered on a self-employed basis. Applicants must be willing to work from a temporary office and possibly from home until a new project base is found.

You can download the Job Description here.


Freelance Market Officer and Handyperson

Salary: £10 per hour

Hours: 7.5 hours per week

Contract: 10 months – self employed

The aim of this job is to ensure that the Granby Street Market has a team of volunteers to help with setting it up, taking it down and distributing leaflets. This will include liaising with organisations in L8, recruiting volunteers from the local community and co-ordinating them in the run-up to market day and on the day itself. It also involves responsibility for minor repairs for CLT premises and for improving the look of our streets for market days, cultural festivals and in general.

You are flexible and have:

  • Experience of community work
  • Experience of working on outdoor events
  • Ability to undertake minor repairs
  • Understanding of L8 and experience of the impact of racism

You can download the Job Description here.


For more information on either post, email John.McGuigan@nwhousing.org.uk and return your letter of application and CV to him by email or by post to NWHS, 19 Devonshire Road, Liverpool, L8 3TX.

Deadline for applications: Friday 10 March 2017, 10am

Interviews: Tuesday 21 March 2017

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