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JOBS: Vacancies at Pilton Community Health Project

NECN Contributor1 26th May 2015 Jobs and Training, Local News Comments Off on JOBS: Vacancies at Pilton Community Health Project

PCHP are advertising a couple of sessional work positions to support our Living in Harmony work. They are particularly keen to hear from local people who have the skills to take either of these positions.

Conference organiser

We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced worker to work with us to plan and deliver a one day community equalities and diversity conference to take place late summer/early autumn (by end October).

The conference style event will encourage local residents and organisations to come together to support better inclusion in the area and could result in an area wide action plan for equalities and diversity.

We are offering a total of 100 hours to be worked over the period June to October 2015.  The hours are flexible and should be agreed with your line manager.  The hourly rate is £12.76, and you will be paid monthly through payroll (less any deductions for tax and national insurance). You will also receive holiday pay at the end of the project.

For more information and how to apply, click here

Chat café organiser

We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced worker to work with us to plan, publicise, deliver and evaluate chat café sessions in north Edinburgh as part of our Living in Harmony work.

The chat café is a space where ALL residents can come to share food and talk to each other.

English speakers meet people from other ethnic backgrounds and find out more about them – frequently overcoming negative stereotypes in the process.

People from the BME community have a chance to practice their English conversation, find out more about what is going on in the area AND overcome their own stereotypes.

We are offering a total of 180 hours to be worked over the period June to end March 2015.  The hours are flexible and should be agreed with your line manager.  The hourly rate is £12.76, and you will be paid monthly through payroll (less any deductions for tax and national insurance). You will also receive holiday pay at the end of the project.

For more information and how to apply, click here

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