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The Trust wishes to develop and deliver
a programme of community led environmental regeneration initiatives
working in partnership with a variety of groups and organisations
across East Durham with the direct aim of building sustainable
communities and raising the quality of life within areas of
We require a well motivated and
enthusiastic individual to work with local communities to develop
and deliver projects which improve local communities. The
post will concentrate on allotment gardening and health and will
require weekend and evening work.
Educated to degree level or equivalent
in a relevant subject the successful candidate will have a proven
track record of working with community groups and delivering
environmental regeneration work in formal or informal. An interest
or knowledge of health issues and allotment gardening initiatives
would be beneficial.
Candidates wishing to have an informal
discussion about the role should contact Stephen Armstrong on 0191
Contact Laura Parker for an application
pack at Groundwork North East, Grosvenor House, 29 Market Place,
Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP. Tel 01388 662666 or by email to
This post is supported by the BIG
Interview date: 27th
Download the following forms and then submit the application either online or via post.