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Current Job Vacancies Boiler House Building Co-ordinator Grade/Salary: £19-24K (pro rata and depending on experience) Hours:  3 days per week. Contract: Fixed Term until May 2022 with continuation subject to funding Probationary Period: 12 weeks Location: Based at the Boiler House (9 Wilcock St, Moss Side, M16 7DA) An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our small, dynamic and growing social enterprise. The successful applicant will help to co-ordinate activities at the Boiler House venue and run community activities. Background to the Role Sow the City have recently taken on the Boiler House (www.boilerhouse.org), a new centre in Moss Side, which we are developing into our long-term home. The Boiler House is a friendly community workshop space dedicated to making and mending, just a mile from the middle of Manchester. Our vision is to empower communities to grow and live sustainably. We offer access to a wood workshop and DIY workshops and run free community activities that provide skills for employment, improve health and wellbeing, develop a circular economy, and promote gender and race equality. Full job description and person specification can be downloaded here. For an informal chat about the post, please contact Jon Ross, Sow the City on 07708 622 368. Application and recruitment details Submit your CV (no more than 2 sides) detailing education, work and volunteering history and a        1-page cover letter to info@boilerhouse.org by Wed 7th April, 5pm. Shortlisting will take place by Fri 9th April AM. Interviews for this post will be held on Tues 13th April. Appointment subject to the receipt of satisfactory references. Please note that feedback will only be provided for applicants attending interview.
Many hands make light work! As a not for profit organisation volunteers are important for many of our projects. We regularly need help in a variety of ways including constructing or maintaining community gardens and planting fruit and vegetables. These sessions are outdoors, good fun and great exercise. If this sort of hands-on work interests you we can add you to our pool of volunteers and contact you when we need some help. We occasionally recruit a more permanent volunteer to help to provide help in the office. This role involves a range of tasks from practical help as listed above, to helping us out with project administration. Our permanent volunteer position is ideal for people that want to gain experience of the environmental/ sustainable food sector. If you are interested in volunteering for Sow the City email us at info@sowthecity.org.
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