Challenging Hate Crime
Disability Equality (nw)
Ltd, a disabled people’s organisation and registered charity is looking to
appoint to the following posts for our exciting new Big Lottery Funded project,
addressing the issue of Disability Hate Crime and anti-social behaviour :
Hate Crime Project Co-ordinator:
35 hours per week, £25,000 per annum.
Hate Crime Project Development Worker: X 2:
18 hours per week, £16,000 pro rata.
Hate Crime Project Development Worker (Volunteers):
20 hours per week, £20,000 pro rata.
All contracts are fixed term until
end January 2018.
Disability Equality (nw) Ltd are looking to recruit people with personal experience of disability and an in depth knowledge of disability hate crime, community development, project management and recruiting and supporting disabled volunteers.
The project team, led by the Chief Executive and Project co-ordinator will be responsible for a meeting a number of targets as outlined in the project delivery plan.
Applicants must be flexible and have relevant experience of working within the voluntary and community sector.
Applicants also need to have an understanding of the social model of disability and the day to day issues faced by disabled people.
For an application pack please send a large A4 envelope with 78p stamp to: Steve Dickson, Office Manager, Disability Equality (nw) Ltd, 103 Church Street, Preston, PR1 3BS.
Please state if you
require the application pack in an alternative format.
Closing date: 5pm Friday 20th February 2015
Shortlisting: Monday 23rd February 2015
Interviews will be held on one of the following dates (depending on post applied for): 5th or 6th March 2015.
These posts are funded through the Big Lottery Fund
We are delighted to announce that our new Disability Hate Crime project has been awarded over £386,000 of Big Lottery funding.
This is a new project that will:
- raise awareness of disability hate crime.
- support disabled people to report crimes and incidents.
- recruit disabled people as hate crime volunteers.
- identify the community assets and support disabled people to access them.
- run disability awareness events in local communtiies.
Please contact us if you require any further information at this point.
We will be posting more details regularly over the next three months as the first stages develop.
Tel: 01772 558863 (Ext 2012)
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