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Do you have what it takes to help create more living streets around the UK?

Our staff, volunteers and trustees are what makes Living Streets so successful, and what gives our work such passion and focus. Join our work creating more safe, attractive and enjoyable streets.

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer

Living Streets takes pride in being a diverse organisation, enriched by the participation of all individuals and communities.  Our aim is to overcome discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion/belief, marriage/civil partnership, maternity and pregnancy. 

We have safeguards in place and will make all reasonable adjustments to ensure that no one experiences either direct or indirect discrimination as part of the recruitment process or in their day to day work.  If you feel that there are ways in which our process could be improved we would welcome your feedback - recruitment@livingstreets.org.uk / 020 7377 4900

Trustees (Voluntary Role)

We accept expressions of interest in becoming a Trustee of Living Streets throughout the year. 

 

If you would like further information please contact recruitment@livingstreets.org.uk

Director of Policy and Communications

Job title: Director of Policy and Communications

Salary range: £50,548 - £56,307

Reporting to: Chief Executive

Location: London

Budget responsibility: Department budget

Management responsibility: Head of Communications and Marketing

Head of Policy and Research

Head of Public Affairs

Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: 2 February 2015 at 9am

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

To lead and develop the Policy and Communications department, ensuring successful delivery of Living Streets’ policy and campaigning priorities, including leading on the development of the Community for Change. To lead on all communication and marketing priorities, including in relation to campaigns, media and lobbying and also to support income generation.

As a key part of the Senior Management Team, the post holder will lead on all influence work across the organisation and will ensure effective communications and marketing support to strategic priorities.

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

For further information on the Job Role please see the documents below

Candidate Pack (Part 1)
Candidate Pack (Part 2)
Equal Opportunities Form

Communications and Regional PR Coordinator

Job title: Communications and Regional PR Coordinator

Salary range: £27,727-£34,125 (including London Weighting)

Reporting to: Communications and Digital Manager, matrix support to Media Manager

Location: London (preferred)

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: 1 April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9.30am Monday 2 February 2015

Provisional interview date: Monday 16 February 2015

 

Living Streets is looking for an innovative story teller with a flair for online and offline communications media. Ideally based in London, but involving travel around the UK, this exciting post is the perfect opportunity for an experienced PR coordinator with a passion for social media and a talent for creating a buzz.

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

To support and deliver the communications and PR needs of the organisation with a particular focus on regional communications. The post holder will liaise with regional staff to identify opportunities to raise our profile regionally and support the development and delivery of regional communications strategies for priority locations.

They will work with colleagues across the Communications and Marketing team to deliver regional communications and national communications ensuring the regional voice is heard across our communications, marketing, media, digital and campaigning.

The post holder will also lead on gathering and communicating human interest stories that demonstrate the impact of our work and work with different teams to find innovative ways to tell those stories on and offline.

 

For further information on the role and how to apply, please see the documents below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities form

Project Coordinator (Buckinghamshire)

Job title: Project Coordinator (Buckinghamshire)

Salary range: £24,227 - £30,625

Reporting to: Project Manager (South East)

Location: Buckinghamshire Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: 1 April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 30 January 2015

Interview date: W/c 9 February 2015 or w/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

 

For more information on the role and how to apply, please see the documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities form

Project Coordinator (Hampshire)

Job title:Project Coordinator (Hampshire)

Salary range: £24,227-£30,625

Reporting to: Project Manager (South)

Location: Hampshire Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: 1 April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 30 January 2015

Interview date: W/c 9 February 2015 or w/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

 

For further information on the role and how to apply please see the documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities form

Project Coordinator (Surrey)

Job title:Project Coordinator (Surrey)

Salary range: £24,227-£30,625

Reporting to: Project Manager (South)

Location: Surrey Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: 1 April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 30 January 2015

Interview date: W/c 9 February 2015 or w/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

 

For further information about the role and how to apply, please see documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities

Project Coordinator (West Sussex)

Job title:Project Coordinator (West Sussex)

Salary range: £24,227-£30,625

Reporting to: Project Manager (South)

Location: West Sussex Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: 1 April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 30 January 2015

Interview date: W/c 9 February 2015 or w/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential. 

 

For further information about the role and how to apply, please see documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities

Project Coordinator (Hertfordshire) - maternity cover

Job title: Project Coordinator- Maternity Cover (Hertfordshire)

Salary range: £24,227-£30,625

Reporting to: Project Manager (South East)

Location: Hertfordshire Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 35 per week

Starting date: Maternity Cover commencing April 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 10 February 2015

Interview date: W/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

 

For further information about the role and how to apply, please see the documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities form

Project Coordinator (Hertfordshire) - part time

Job title: Project Coordinator (Hertfordshire) Part Time

Salary range: £24,227-£30,625 (pro rata)

Reporting to: Project Manager (South East)

Location: Hertfordshire Local Authority

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility: No

Hours: 21 per week

Starting date: Part time commencing June 2015

Closing date for applications: 9am 10 February 2015

Interview date: W/c 16 February 2015

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The post holder will coordinate the delivery of assigned project(s) within the Local Authority and act as a key contact in the Local Authority liaising with schools, workplaces, communities, the local authority and any other stakeholders.  They will be responsible for recruiting target project audiences (schools and workplaces as well as engaging with communities), organising the distribution of resources and supporting project audiences in the implementation of each intervention.  This will be a varied role and an ability to embrace a diversity of tasks is essential.

 

For further information about the role and how to apply, please see the documents listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales, applicants are advised to apply directly using the links below.

 

Candidate Pack (Part 1)

Candidate Pack (Part 2)

Equal Opportunities form

Project Associate (Schools)

Title: Project Associate (Schools)

Salary range: £27,727 - £34,125 (pro rata)

Reporting to: Head of Projects (Schools)

Location: Living Streets’ London office//home working/on-site

Budget responsibility: No

Management responsibility:No

Hours: 35 per week

Closing date for applications: 5pm Wednesday 4 February 2015

Starting date: By 16 February

Contract type: Workers’ contract (payment through payroll)

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

The Project Associate will coordinate the two Walk to School related contracts: the Green Chain waking project in Bromley, Greenwich and Lewisham, and the Camden project. They will act as a key contact with Local Authority partners, as well as liaising with and delivering activities in participating primary schools. This will involve delivering school presentations, planning and delivering events for pupils and their families, distributing project resources and supporting project audiences.

Living Streets is working with Green Chain to engage with at least ten primary schools in Bromley, Greenwich and Lewisham promoting both walking to school and leisure walking to children and their families. The aim is to develop greater awareness and appreciation amongst pupils and their families for the Green Chain as a resource for health and recreation.

 Living Streets is also working in Camden to promote walking to school in three schools as part of an initiative to close linked roads to traffic during the school run. Living Streets also deliver workplace and community based engagement, for example through Walk Doctors and led walks, and the Project Associate may be asked to support these additional activities in London.

We are looking to recruit an associate worker to support the delivery of these project from February 2015 to the end of April 2015.

 

For further information about the role and how to apply please see the document listed below.

 

Please note that we request no contact from agencies or media sales.  Applicants are advised to apply directly using the document below.

 

Project Associate (Schools) Candidate Pack