HWCP are recruiting for the new part-time Operations Manager post (£30,659-£38,324 pro rata) to oversee the charity’s work. Hartcliffe and Withywood Community Partnership (HWCP) was formed in 2001 to lead regeneration in the area. Today HWCP run the fully-let @symes community building, the well-established Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership, and the expanding CATT community bus project and is committed to working with local people to improve the area for all.
We are looking for an experienced, dynamic Operations Manager to oversee all functions, including supporting the board of trustees and line managing the four managers responsible for finance and day to day service delivery.
We are looking for someone with a passion for public service who can hit the ground running and with the energy to oversee our current funding arrangements and also with an eye to developing new opportunities in line with the charity’s objectives.
If you are interested download the covering letter, Operations Manager application form, job description, HWCP staff structure and equal opportunities monitoring form. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please note – this is a re-advertisement.
Closing date – Wednesday 21 September 2016, 5pm.
Interviews are planned for w/c Monday 26 September 26 2016, day to be confirmed.
CVs are not accepted. For an application form and job pack, please contact HWCP by telephone (0117) 903 8044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership?
The Neighbourhood Partnership facilitates a range of services designed to give local people a say in what happened in their area and to have a positive influence on the quality of the services they receive.
- We manage and have representation on various forums
- We encourage residents to participate in citywide local initiatives
- We facilitate and support the distribution of certain grants
- We produce and distribute the Wham! magazine
Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership has changed shape
For nearly eight years we’ve covered three wards – Bishopsworth, Hartcliffe and Whitchurch Park – but on 5 May ward boundaries all over the country will change and Whitchurch Park ward will no longer be part of our Neighbourhood Partnership.
Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership helps local residents shape services such as street cleaning, park maintenance, local recycling schemes, minor traffic schemes, highways maintenance and community safety. Around 30,000 people live within this area which includes the neighbourhoods of Bedminster Down, Bishopsworth, Hartcliffe, Headley Park, Highridge, Uplands and Withywood. The partnership is an alliance of local councillors, neighbourhood police teams, voluntary and community organisations, private businesses and public agencies.
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