Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation is pleased to announce that we will are currently in search of a Community and Digital Media Co-ordinator courtesy of the Government’s kickstart scheme.
The Government’s kickstart scheme is focused on developing young people who have been hit hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the Foundation being just one of the hundreds of organisations offering work to 16-24 years olds currently receiving income through universal credit.
With the world returning to some sort of normality ahead of 2022, we are now in the position to offer a six-month, 25-hour-a week, paid work placement within our Community Foundation, working across our Rugby League, Health, Wellbeing & Inclusion and Media departments.
The successful applicants will work with our Rugby League Development Officers and Project Officers to deliver a variety of sessions, whether this be in school delivery or community-based projects, with the successful candidate being exposed to a wider range of new experiences.
The individual appointed will also assist within the Foundation’s Media Department, with the main area of focus being to support the Media Executive, highlighting and supporting our Disability Rugby League programmes as well as producing and publishing content for our Women’s Rugby League team.
More information will be made available in due course, but to have an informal chat about the roles we are set to offer, please email email@example.com.
To apply for one of our two roles, please click here.