Streetworks – Outreach and Communications Worker needed

StreetWorks is a unique community – led project to improve the Norwood Road and re-design the Tulse Hill one-way system. We are looking for a part time Outreach and Communications worker, self-employed, initially for a period of 6 months conditional on funding.

The hourly rate for this post is £15

If you are passionate about community issues and would like to work closely with people to make a difference in your local area, then please get in touch attaching your CV and a covering letter, outlining what makes you suitable for the post. The closing date for applications is Thursday 13th April at 5pm.

To submit your application, or for more information please email:

The hours are very flexible but are likely to be in the region of 10 hours per week on average. The role will involve some evening and weekend work.

The main purpose of the role is to support the Streetworks project and its engagement activities within the community, to ensure that we reach the diverse communities in the local area

The duties are likely to include:

Website update, newsletter production and email updates.

Managing our social media presence

Promoting specific events, for example the upcoming public art competition

Facilitating collaboration with local schools ( City Heights, St Martins and Elmgreen) on various community projects along Norwood Road.

Building relationships with the business community

Collating the information collected from the open discussions to inform a future plan feeding into updates and the gyratory development

Assisting with gathering information to support monitoring and evaluation

Developing and updating the Streetworks communications plan

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