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Job opportunity: The Federation of Stadium Communities

The FSC supports those communities living in the vicinity of sports stadia. It is a national organisation with over 150 member groups. Our aim is to improve the quality of life in stadium neighbourhoods. We are seeking:

Information and Development Officer - Ethnic Minority Communities.

Based in Stoke on Trent, 37.5 hrs a week.

3 year contract 16,500 per annum

The post holder will be expected to assist the development of the FSC through the provision of:

A targeted support service to ethnic minority groups.

The development of extensive links with relevant public, sporting, statutory and voluntary agencies.

Applicants will need to demonstrate:

An understanding of different cultures.

An awareness of issues impacting on ethnic minority communities.

A commitment to developing and empowering disadvantaged groups.

Experience of working in multi-cultural communities.

An understanding of Equal Opportunities issues.

An ability to gather, analyse and disseminate information in various forms.

We particularly welcome applications from individuals possessing a working knowledge of relevant community languages.

For further information contact:

The Federation of Stadium Communities, The Lodge, Burslem Park, Moorland Road, Burslem, Stoke on Trent, ST6 1EA

Tel/Fax: 01782 234032


Applications in writing should be forwarded to the above address by Wednesday 30 May.

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