Want to help reduce the impact of the cost of living crisis on local people in Ashburton and Bovey Tracey? Passionate about creating local sustainable food networks or fighting food poverty? Are you organised with great communication skills and want to build on your experience of developing community? You could be our new Growing Spaces Community Project Worker
Bovey Tracey and Ashburton Methodist Churches are recruiting a new worker for a new project. 30 hours/week, £25,000 p/a full time equivalent. Initially for 18 months, with the potential of an extension to the contract continuation and further development of which will dependent on the outcome and experience of the pilot.
This project seeks to develop the existing Growing Space Project in Ashburton and to encourage residents around Bovey Tracey and Ashburton who have gardeners to identify a patch of land / their garden and to grow vegetables and fruit that will then be made available to our residents via the moorland-based community food hubs, community fridges and foodbanks. We aim to grow food, people and community.
Take a look at the Job Description and Person Specification in the Job Pack, which is available from Kevin at email@example.com. Applications (CVs will not be accepted) to be submitted by Monday 27th Feb 2023 at 5pm. Interviews held in early March.