Are you passionate about making a difference to those who are hungry or struggling to put food on the table in Liverpool today?
St Andrew’s Community Network is seeking to appoint a passionate and enthusiastic individual to oversee all aspects of the delivery of North Liverpool Foodbank. This includes encouraging emergency food donations, coordinating the storage and distribution of emergency food, and supporting partners to ensure the best possible support to vulnerable people. We require the ideal candidate to have a demonstrable knowledge of what foodbanks are for, the way they work and the values they hold.
North Liverpool Foodbank is a complex operation involving multiple volunteers and partnerships with other churches and community groups. Working alongside a team of volunteers, logistics driver and development officer this role is a wide and varied role that requires the ability to plan very effectively and will need excellent organisational and management skills. The ideal candidate must have experience of managing diverse projects and people.
We’re looking for an eye to detail, an ability to assure quality, and encourage positive changes in practice. You must be able to work effectively as part of a team but be self-motivation and a good communicator.
The post is 22.5 hours per week normally spread between Monday – Friday, paid at £23,166 pro-rata. Occasional weekend work will be required. Due to the limitations of our insurance policy, you will hold a current, valid driving license and be over the age of 25.
Applications should be made by sending an email outlining why you are interested in this role and how you feel you meet the requirements of the job description. You should also include a copy of your latest CV and two references, at least one of which should be your current / previous employer.
A copy of the detailed role description is available here
Applications should be sent to email@example.com by midday on Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
Shortlisting 23rd – 25th April
Interviews 1st or 3rd May 2019 to be confirmed.Back to blog