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Community Food Coordinator

Job Introduction

Community Food CoordinatorWoughton Community Council is the council closest to the communities of Netherfield, Coffee Hall, Eaglestone, Tinkers Bridge, Leadenhall, Peartree Bridge and Beanhill. Supporting a population of around 15,000 people, the parish has some challenges but is a vibrant and welcoming community. An innovative and forward-thinking council, we are committed to the highest standards of delivery in everything we do.


This role is a permanent role, for 26 hours a week to be worked flexibly.

You will not be considered if you send a CV. You must fill out an Application pack.

Please visit the ‘Vacancies’ page on our website for full job description and details on how to apply.

Closing date is 9am on Monday 24th June 2024.

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Pay: £27,681.00-£30,030.00 per year - pro-rota depending on the hours worked 

Expected hours: 26 per week

Main Responsibility

This role sits at the heart of the community department, focusing on ensuring that the council priorities of addressing food poverty, social interaction and reducing waste are met. Working with colleagues from across the council, partners from outside agencies and volunteers, as well as members of the local community, you will be working to build upon the work already undertaken on this project that supports access to affordable and nutritious food, providing a welcoming environment and supporting community members and groups in Community Cafes, Fridges, and Larders.

The Ideal Candidate

We are looking for someone with an understanding of menu creation and café management, who can work to develop a team of volunteers and support provision of the community café, ordering and managing supplies and ensuring the highest standards of hygiene and service delivery, as well as researching, developing, and delivering both existing and new projects across the parish.

With a committed, passionate team in place, the right applicant has a chance to make a real difference to the lives of local people, whilst developing professionally in a friendly and supportive environment.



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