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Job opportunities: Community Enterprise Catalysts in Suffolk

A message from Community Catalysts

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Community Catalysts CIC is a busy, buzzy social enterprise that tries hard to live up to its name. We’re extending a successful project that has been running for 2 years in partnership with Suffolk County Council and need three energetic, and imaginative people to coordinate things for us.

We are looking for three Catalysts who will lead the Suffolk Community Enterprise Project which will support local entrepreneurial people and community organisations to offer new and creative care and support options for people who need help at home and in the community. In this way we will help people to get the support they need to live the life they want.

To do this job you must:

  • Understand the world of care – but maybe feel it could do with a bit of a shake up!
  • Be a real people person – able to work well with all sorts of folks with confidence.
  • Instinctively make connections – and join up dots that are sometimes less than obvious.
  • Be able to spot what people are good at and nurture it.

Salary £32,960 per annum
37.5 hours per week
2-year fixed term contract

Have a look at our website and the Job Description and Personal Specification for more information about us and the job. You will be employed by Community Catalysts and based in Suffolk, the project new focus areas will be in the west of the county as well as Ipswich and the east.

If you have any specific questions contact: Jill Wighton, Director of Business Operations, jill.wighton@communitycatalysts.co.uk.

Follow the link to download an application pack which includes the job description and person specification.

Closing date for applications is on 5th July 2022 at 12.00pm and interviews will take place in Suffolk on 12th July 2022.

We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community.

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