Three new job vacancies at Grapevine

25 November 2019.

This week we’re advertising three new career opportunities at Grapevine for people who like people, are searching for a challenge and want no two days to be the same!

The three roles are based at our offices in Spon End, Coventry but two will be active and mobile in Warwickshire. Here are some brief details of each with useful links to more detailed information, salary scales and application packs. Please read through thoroughly before applying – we look forward to hearing from you!

Closing date for all three opportunities is Monday 9 December.

Job vacancy at Grapevine

Empowerment Worker

Our Warwickshire Empowerment Service aims to ensure that disabled people in the county have the greatest possible opportunity to be involved in the design of services. But it doesn’t stop there. We also look at local issues, trying to change areas for the better to allow people to have safe, healthy and well-connected lives.

To be successful in this role you will need to be adaptable and creative, making tough subjects easy to understand. We need people who are outgoing and willing to partner with other organisations, forging connections that can help make change.

Click to go to CharityJob advert.

Community Organiser

Community organising is about building relationships and networks that mean people can tackle their local issues together. As our organisers do that, communities form that are ambitious for their member’s health and happiness, as well as for wider change.

To be successful in this role you will need to be the sort of person who relishes responsibility, because you’ll have lots of it.

You will create and implement a carefully structured work plan that will deliver change led by young people. You will need to be brilliant with young people and brilliant at thinking and working in a planned, strategic way too.

You’ll have a flair for fun and doing things differently too.

Click to go to CharityJob advert.

Community Organiser

Community organising is about building relationships and networks that mean people can tackle their local issues together. As our organisers do that, communities form that are ambitious for their member’s health and happiness, as well as for wider change.

You focus on listening, building relationships and organising people to take action that makes a difference.

To be successful in this role you will need to be the sort of person who relishes responsibility, because you’ll have lots of it.

You will create and implement a carefully structured work plan that will deliver change led by Warwickshire people. You will need to be brilliant with all kinds of people and brilliant at thinking and working in a planned, strategic way too.

You will be great at meeting new people, figuring out what matters to them, connecting them and sparking their ideas into life.

Click to go to CharityJob advert.