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This is an exciting opportunity to lead a collaboration partnership project between TCC, Wrexham Citizens Advice, and Wrexham Foodbank. This project will work to reduce poverty and the impact of poverty on people living in Wrexham.

The project coordinator role will be supported by management from the three partnership organisations.

The project coordinator will be responsible for the management and coordination of the project including budgeting, planning and implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. They will coordinate the project partners and wider stakeholders to support an influencing campaign in Wrexham funded by Lloyds Bank Foundation England and Wales.

Key Tasks Include:

  • Raising awareness of the problem of poverty and its structural causes amongst those living and working in the county

  • Making local elected officials, policy makers, and local organisations aware of the drivers of poverty and encourage them to take steps to alleviate these drivers

  • Running community workshops, training, and other engaging activities to partner with people, including those with lived experience of turning to poverty support organisations (such as a food bank)

  • Think strategically about how best to bring about change locally, working with a range of stakeholders, and enabling local people to engage with local policy makers

  • Collaborative working – bringing the partner organisations together in a strategic and creative way

  • Coordinating the setting of agreed project milestones with partners and track progress

  • Being the main point of contact for all partners

  • Coordinating partnership meetings (confirming chair, finding meeting venue, sending invites, setting meeting  agendas, and distributing notes)

  • Preparing presentations and reports with input from all partners

  • Coordinating and implementing monitoring and evaluation of the project

  • Being the main point of contact for funder

  • Managing project budgets and finances alongside the project finance lead

  • Ensuring people with lived experience and grassroots organisations can input meaningfully

Essential Experience:

  • Experience of project coordination

  • Experience of bringing people together to achieve change

  • Understanding of poverty in the local area

  • Experience of working with people with lived experience of poverty

  • Experience of working in line with safeguarding and GDPR policy

  • Excellent communication skills and experience of report writing


Terms and Conditions: 

  • Salary £11,856 (FTE £27,434)

  • 16 hours per week

  • 2 year fixed-term contract

  • The project coordinator will be employed by TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru/ Together Creating Communities).

  • Annual leave starting at 23 days holiday per annum pro-rata (plus statutory bank holidays pro-rata),  increasing 1 day per year of service up to a maximum of 30 days pro rata   

  • A pension contribution of 10% of salary, subject to the employee contributing 5%  

  • 3 month probationary period

Apply via CharityJob here.

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