Community Coordinator – Rainbow Services

Posted on: July 1, 2022

Are you a creative and pro-active individual? Do you have the skills and experience to deliver a health inequality project in Harlow and Epping Forest? If so, we would love to hear from you!

At Rainbow Services, a charity based in Harlow, we are looking for a highly motivated individual to work in partnership with the local Integrated Care Service, to deliver a project which enables volunteer Community Health Champions to tackle key health issues in their community and reduce health inequality.

You will need to have a flexible approach to working hours, be able and willing to work occasional evenings/weekends and have the ability to travel within West Essex, and occasionally further afield.

This is a 2-year fixed term position, 14 hours per week, flexible days and hours, with a salary of £12.70 per hour.

For an informal discussion regarding the role, please call 01279 210404 or email [email protected]

For an application pack, please email [email protected] or telephone 01279 210404.

Closing date 4pm Friday 8th July 2022

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

Citizens Advice cost of living data dashboard – update

Britain is facing its biggest cost of living crisis in decades. Citizens Advice has seen more people coming to us for help with crisis support, energy problems and not having enough money to make ends meet than ever before. In this dashboard we share insights from across our service on how the crisis is affecting
Read more…


Expert free training – Sage Foundation

Sage Foundation NPO Success is committed to helping non-profits by providing valuable learning opportunities suitable for employees, leaders, trustees and volunteers. We have partnered with three established industry providers, Colour Accounting, Charity Digital and NCVO to build a tailored range of courses that will meet your needs regardless of where you are on your learning journey. All of are courses
Read more…


Charities Act 2022: Summary of Changes

Earlier this week, guidance was issued by the Charity Commission on some of the changes that will begin coming into force later this year with the introduction of the Charities Act 2022. These include: Fund raising appeals: where fundraising appeals exceed, or fail to reach their target, the obligations on charity trustees will be simplified. For
Read more…