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DRC is a great place to work and we offer a number of benefits to our staff as we recognise they are our greatest asset. Please see below for all our recent vacancies. Click on each vacancy to find out more information and how to apply.

If you’re interested in working for us but we do not have a suitable vacancy, then please take a look at our current volunteering opportunities.

Current Vacancies

For all roles, candidates are asked to submit an application form. Application packs can be downloaded here: DRC Recruitment Application Form Please ensure you include a response to the additional information in support of the application section, outlining your relevant knowledge, skills and experience against the job description and person specification.

Please send your completed application form and equal opportunities form to Sarah Walker at the Disability Resource Centre by email to swalker@disability.co.uk or by post to Information Health and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 18, ACE Business Park, Mackadown Lane, Kitts Green, Birmingham, B33 0LD.

We currently have the following vacancies:

Post: Community Development Worker Emergency Food Assistance Programme (NNS)

Hours: Part Time( 20 Hours) Fixed Term Contract (3 months)

Salary: NJC SCP 17 – 22, currently £23,836 – £26,317

Birmingham City Council has been allocated an Emergency Food Assistance and Essential Supplies Grant to support people of all ages who are struggling to afford food and other essentials due to COVID-19 with the intention of establishing two pillars of essential support for the vulnerable citizens: Children & Families and Vulnerable Adults.

As well as being a point of contact for the Emergency Food Assistant Programme in Yardley, the main responsibilities will include connecting and being aware of other existing pathways support for vulnerable citizens; providing effective advice and acting as a contact point for Social Workers, BCC contact centre and specialist agencies,

The post holder will hold an NQF level 3 or equivalent qualification in advice and guidance and/or a relevant level 3 teacher/training qualification, have a proven track record of supporting community development work and working in collaboration with other organisations and assets, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and good working knowledge of MS Office and data management.

For more information, please download the job description and person specification here: Community Development Worker Emergency Assistant _JD PS_2021 UPDATED

Closing date for submissions: Monday 15 March 2021.