Health and Wellbeing worker opportunity

Moseley Road Baths is looking for an enthusiastic part time worker to set up and then run two projects. The first is funded by Birmingham City Council’s Prevention & Communities Programme to programme health and wellbeing swimming sessions for the disabled, 55+, mental health users and those suffering with dementia. There will also be provision for carers to swim or relax. This programme extends until 30 September 2021. The second is funded by Awards for All to help local community groups to lay on a series of 12 pop up events at the Baths over the next 12 months. 

Moseley Road Baths is seeking to develop its existing weekly disabled and older adult swimming sessions. It wishes to build upon the recently commenced mental health user swim and start one focussed on dementia. Facilities for carers are integral – they may either swim or take a break. The candidate will also help local community groups to deliver 12 events within the Baths over 11 months, and will need to reach out to these community groups who might want to put on events. 

£9.30 per hour (self employed), 
Year 1: 7.5 hours per week, 46 weeks.
Year 2 to 30th September, 2021: 2.5 hours per week 

Closing date: 5pm on 29th December 2019
Anticipated Interview dates: Week of 6th January 2021


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