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Community Development Worker required


The Joining Hands Across The Common project is a partnership between Avenue St Andrew’s and Freemantle United Reformed Churches in Southampton, working with TWICS (Training for Work in Communities). We wish to recruit a Community Development Worker to develop a new phase of work with our two local communities either side of Southampton Common.


  • Are you passionate about communities working together and supporting each other?
  • Do you have the skills and ability to develop asset-based work out of building relationships with people, projects and churches?
  • Do you have the knowledge and skills to support voluntary projects with grant applications and management?


Hours:  16 per week.

Salary: £12 per hour

For further information and an application pack email:


Closing date for applications:  Friday 18th January 2019

TWICS is a registered charity, number 1085977.




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