We’re looking for new Trustees – application deadline 29th march 2021
Why not become a trustee for The Boiler House?
Now in our second decade of operation, The Boiler house is facing a future full of exciting possibility, change and growth.
There has never been a greater need for quality local initiatives which directly work with the community to promote community cohesion and wellbeing, provide practical opportunities for learning and employment and to provide much needed practical support in times of crisis.
We have immediate vacancies for four new trustees to work with us as we move forward. In addition to your capacity and willingness to undertake the roles and responsibilities described in the person spec (see link below), we are specifically looking for :
- People from the community The Boiler House serves.
- People with sound financial experience and interest.
- People with experience of community development.
- People who have experience in organisational change and growth.
Click below for more details and to view the person spec.
There are always opportunities to be part of the team at The Boiler House.
Projects and Engagement Manager (Youth & Communities)
3.5 days a week – circa £30k pro rata
Do you want to make as difference? Are you passionate about youth and community development? Can you make things happen?
The Boiler House Community Space Charity is a grassroots organisation, we aspire to realise the huge potential in strengthening community networks and in the civil society that we are part of. We aim to live our values.
We manage three community spaces in Hackney, working with local people to provide positive and dynamic opportunities and support community resilience.
At the start of our second decade, The Boiler House is facing a future full of exciting possibility, change and growth.
Now more than ever we need to get ahead of the pandemic and the inequalities this has highlighted. We plan to do this by designing and delivering innovative, and future-focused community projects that support wellbeing, innovation, cohesion, and a fairer, more sustainable society.
Our next phase will focus on two key areas of work, ‘Youth’ and ‘Food Provision’. This role offers an exciting opportunity for an aspirational and pragmatic person to join our team at this transitional moment. You will work with our CEO and youth team to design and deliver projects and encourage youth and community involvement throughout the charity.
We are keen to deliver projects that enhance wellbeing, skills development and employability opportunities. Thinking ahead to what resilient communities and the future of work may look like, including innovative thinking around the types of skills and practices that may become even more valuable in a climate-changing and post-pandemic world.
For the full JD and Person spec please click here .
Since the Pandemic, we have been working with lots of volunteers around our food bank and community support.
If you would like to get involved and help out at the Food bank or other activities on a regular or ad hoc basis, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0208 806 8013