Two job opportunities at the Park
As part of the on-going re-organisation of its operational management, Moseley Park and Pool Trust is offering two or more exciting part-time job opportunities. These jobs will be on six-month self-employed contracts in the first instance, but could become permanent positions in the longer term. Moseley Park and Pool is a beautiful and well-used green space in the heart of Moseley which is open to the public on a daily basis. These contracts are required to provide essential services for the smooth running of the Trust and the safe and secure operation of the Park and Pool. The Trust actively encourages applications from all sections of the community.
Executive Support Services (job description, one post available)
You will be responsible to the Chair and the Board for organising and supporting Board meetings and co-ordinating the implementation of the Board’s decisions and actions through to the operational team of rangers, maintenance workers and administrator.
You will have graduate-level or equivalent competences and relevant work experience, preferably to include work in the NFP sector. You should possess excellent communication and organisational skills and good IT skills – particularly the management of databases. Experience of managing subscription systems and organising outside events would be an advantage. You will be expected to play a central role as both a coordinator and a team player in a small but efficiently-run charitable Trust, with a commitment to protecting an historic Park for the enjoyment of future generations. Flexible and at-home working is available, but with some evening and weekend work required, over an estimated 15 hours a week (negotiable), at an hourly rate of £15 per hour.
Park Ranger Services (job description, up to three posts available)
You will be responsible to the Chair and the Board of Trustees for routine supervision of Moseley Park and Pool, ensuring that the Park is clean and safe for visitors, that the access system is working satisfactorily, that visitors are obeying the Park rules and behaving reasonably and that any breaches of the rules or hazardous situations are reported. You will also offer help, guidance and information to visitors, organizing small-scale activities for the education and recreation of visitors of all ages.
You should possess relevant work experience, preferably to include previous experience of working in Parks or other open spaces in a paid or voluntary capacity. An interest in the care and management of green spaces is essential together with a demonstrable commitment to providing a service to members of the public. Good communication skills and some experience of organising small-scale open-air activities are essential. Flexible working would be required including some weekend work on a rota to be agreed in advance. Hours worked per week is negotiable with a likely maximum of 15 hours per week available at an hourly rate of £10 per hour.
For further information and informal discussion of these opportunities please contact the Chair of the Board, Professor Trevor Hocking, email@example.com, to whom your letter of application and CV should be sent. The closing date for applications is 5.00pm on Monday 11 June 2018.