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Position: Community Engagement and Wellbeing practitioner for the Somali Community
Role: Community Engagement and Wellbeing practitioner for the Somali Community
Hay Grade £20,923 per annum pro rata (£8927 for 16 hours)
- As one of Wellspring’s workers on The Network programme, this post will deliver support to Bristol’s Somali community, with a focus on Inner City and East Bristol to improve the health and wellbeing of community members and increase their engagement with The Network as well as their access to other support agencies.
- The service will be delivered in a confidential and culturally-appropriate manner, and the post-holder will use language translation and interpretation skills to support clients to overcome barriers and to access other services.
The post will be subject to a standard DBS check.
The post is 16 hours per week.
Permanent contract subject to available funding.
Holiday entitlement is 25 days per annum (pro rata) plus statutory holidays.
The closing date for applications is noon on Thursday 18th July.
Interviews are planned for Friday 2nd August.
All information about the role is contained in the job pack, however after reading should you still have any questions, please contact Louise Spencer, Community Projects Manager, email@example.com / 0117 304 1440.
Please note we cannot accept CVs.
How to Apply:
Please download and read the Role Description and application form below.
Position: Gardening and Allotment Volunteers
About the role
We are always on the look out for volunteers who keen to get involved with our allotment project.
Our next allotment volunteers session is on Tuesday 13th June. It is a short evening session where we'll be removing rubbish and clearing more space for the allotment. This is a great opportunity to support a community project, to get close to nature and to enjoy improving your own sense of health and wellbeing.
Contact David on 0117 3041432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note: our allotment is at Beaufort Road
Position: Trustee of Wellspring Healthy Living Centre
Volunteer Role: 2-3 hours a month
Contract Details: Minimum 12 month commitment
About the role
Wellspring is a community-owned, purpose-built health and wellbeing facility offering a huge range of services to our community and at the forefront of the social prescribing approach to tackling health inequalities. We operate both locally and through our partnerships, across Bristol to build resilience in communities.
We are hoping to attract 3 – 4 new Trustees to the Board of Wellspring Healthy Living Centre. Trustees are expected to attend six Board meetings annually and are encouraged to use their skills and expertise to contribute to various sub-groups.
Before you commit to the role you will be invited to attend three Board or sub-group meetings so that you can gain an understanding of the nature of the role and its demands.
Wellspring has a focus on the locality of Lawrence Hill and Easton (BS5) and we would be particularly keen to recruit Trustees who live in the area. If you have a passion for community-led health and wellbeing solutions but do not live locally, we would also value your experience and do welcome a minority of non-local Trustees to our Board.
The Chair is particularly interested in recruiting members who reflect our diverse community and with experience and expertise in the following areas:
- NHS contracting
- migrant health
- clinical supervision
- communications and marketing
If you have questions, please call Elaine Flint on 0117 304 1424.
To apply please submit your CV by email to Elaine.Flint@wellspringhlc.org
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Wellspring Annual Report 2017/18
Another busy year under our belts! It seemed to go by in a flash but when we take a look back it's small wonder. Take a look at our Annual Report to see what happened in 2018.