“TWO NEW JOBS – Come join our team!”

“TWO NEW JOBS – Come join our team!”

PLANED are recruiting for two new roles, to work on two brand new projects which we have secured funding for.

The first is working on a new project focusing on the creation and support of community food hubs across Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire.

The second is for the Coordinator role on a project that will work with young people across Pembrokeshire, to encourage their greater participation and involvement in local groups within their communities such as Town & Community Councils.

More details on the roles, the projects, and the applications forms are below….

CWBR Youth

Following the success of the two year LEADER EU funded project via Arwain Sir Benfro, PLANED has now secured new Lottery funding for the CWBR project to continue, with its focus now to be on young people across Pembrokeshire.

CWBR Youth (Community Well-Being & Resilience) will build on the successful outcomes of the previous CWBR project, which had already delivered a suite of resources to help and assist Town & Community Councils, to engage more so with younger residents within their communities.

With £100,000 funding from the People & Places Fund of the Big Lottery, PLANED will now further develop and focus specifically on working with our partners on engaging more young people in the local democratic bodies across Pembrokeshire.

We are looking for:

Project Coordinator – 37.5 hours, 24 months fixed term (£27,000)

CWBR Youth Coordinator Job Description

Job Application Form

If you wish to discuss further, please email iwan.thomas@planed.org.uk

 

WALES COMMUNITY FOOD DISTRIBUTION INITIATIVE

PLANED are excited to be recruiting to deliver a brand new collaborative pilot project covering Pembrokeshire, Carmarthen and Ceredigion.  The Wales Community Food Distribution Initiative will operate a flexible, inclusive, environmentally and economically sustainable distribution model, bringing together community groups, food producers and suppliers in Wales.

To be successful in this role you will develop community groups to be able to access affordable food whilst facilitating skills development within the communities you work with.  You will need to be organised, be able to engage communities and stakeholders with your practical approach and be solution-focused.

We are looking for:

Development Project Officer covering Ceredigion/Carmarthenshire – 37.5 hours, fixed term to June 2023 (£25,000)

Project Officer – Job Description

Development Project Officer- Job Application Form

If you wish to discuss further, please email alice.coleman@planed.org.uk

Closing date to receive completed application forms – 5pm, Monday 17 January 2022