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Beacon Wellbeing – Programme Coordinator wanted

11 April 2018

                                                        Beacon Wellbeing

                                                   Programme Coordinator

Job description

Job Title: Beacon Wellbeing Programme Coordinator

Job Purpose: To coordinate wellbeing sessions with 16 – 25 year old people

Responsible to: Beacon Wellbeing Management Group via named person

Hours worked: Flexible, sessional, 4.5 hours a week over a 20 week period

Appointment term: Hours to be worked between 01.06.2018 and 31.03.2019

Pay: £9 per hour, plus expenses

Tasks and responsibilities
1. To plan and run wellbeing sessions for 16 – 25 year olds.
2. To be alert to new possibilities in relation to wellbeing work with young adults.
3. To take practical day-to-day responsibility for health and safety and safeguarding during sessions.
4. To liaise with volunteers and other sessional workers.
5. To ensure that any volunteers are appropriately supported.
6. To liaise with other professionals and voluntary groups working on wellbeing.
7. To update the management group on progress and write a short report at the end of the period, which should include both work done, numbers attended, feedback using an appropriate validated tool and proposals when appropriate for new development.
8. To participate in regular supervision and always work within the values of Beacon Wellbeing.

Person Specification – Project coordinator

E = essential – D = desirable


1. Some understanding of wellbeing.  E 
2. Some experience of working within a diverse community. E 
3. Some experience of working with volunteers. D


1. Knowledge of voluntary and statutory agencies working promoting wellbeing. D 
2. Knowledge of and transferable skills in working with young adults. E 
3. Sympathetic to the Christian faith. E 

Skills and abilities

1. Ability to relate to a wide range of people. E 
2. Basic IT skills. E 
3. Ability to work on own initiative. E 
4. Basic report writing skills. E

Personal qualities

1. Willingness to work in a flexible way. E 
2. Commitment to working in a welcoming and inclusive way. E 
3. Calm approach. E
4. Creative. E
5. Good sense of humour. E

Closing date for applications is Monday 30th April.

An application form is available for download HERE

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