BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) Male Project Worker

Inclusion Gloucestershire believes that everyone has gifts, ambitions, aspirations and strengths. Sometimes, people with disabilities or mental ill health experience barriers, setbacks and challenges which hinder their personal potential.

We have an exciting opportunity to join our expanding talented team as a Male BME Project Worker, working in partnership with the Friendship Café to run a men’s Inclusion Hub, engaging with BME communities to offer advice, support, activities, information and consultation opportunities.

Summary of the Role

This role will deliver a project that aims to increase knowledge of health inequalities within the BME (black and minority ethnic) communities, assess the extent of social isolation experienced by BME members with disabilities & provide effective solutions.  This will be done through the delivery of a men’s Inclusion Hub, run one day a week from the Friendship Café in Gloucester, for people from BME communities with disabilities. The Hub will offer consultation opportunities, talks on healthy living, advice, support and leisure pursuits. The Project Worker will have knowledge of the diverse communities of Gloucestershire and experience of effectively engaging them and will work alongside a colleague with lived experience of disability and expertise in social inclusion and a women’s Inclusion hub project worker.

To view the full job advertisement click here https://www.inclusiongloucestershire.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/BME-Project-Worker-Job-Ad-2.docx

To view the job description click here https://www.inclusiongloucestershire.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/BME-Project-Worker-Job-Description.docx

If you would like to apply for this role please download and complete our application form  https://www.inclusiongloucestershire.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/BME-Application-Form.docx Email the completed application form with a covering letter to info@inclusion-glos.org  We do not accept CV’s.  

CLOSING DATE – 23rd APRIL 2019