Bradford Community Environment Project (BCEP)

BCEP recruiting new CEO

BCEP wishes to appoint suitably qualified
Chief Executive Officer (Ref: CEO15)
Full time 37.5hrs per week, flexible (100%),
including some evenings, weekends and school holidays.
This contract is permanent, subject to funding.
Salary Level from: £32,778 plus 5% matched pension contribution.

See the advert attached or follow the link below.

http://www.bcep.org.uk/about-us/jobs/

Good luck

BCEP recruiting new CEO

BCEP wishes to appoint suitably qualified:
Chief Executive Officer (Ref: CEO15)
Full time 37.5hrs per week, flexible (100%),
including some evenings, weekends and school holidays.
This contract is permanent, subject to funding.
Salary Level from: £32,778 plus 5% matched pension contribution.
See attached advert or follow the link...
http://www.bcep.org.uk/about-us/jobs/

Good luck.

BCEP vacancy

BCEP wishes to appoint suitably qualified

Community Environment Worker (Ref: TtR CEW 15)
Part time 7.5hrs per week, flexible (20%), including some evenings, weekends and school holidays. This contract is for 16 months.
Salary Level from: SCP 24, £21,530 per year pro rata
plus 5% matched pension contribution.

Post is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund
Postholder will be subject to enhanced DBS check and require essential qualifications;
most of this work will be physical and outdoors in all weathers.

Please see attached advert

Allotment Celebration Day

10 Jul 2012 - 13:00
10 Jul 2012 - 15:00

Join us for an afternoon enjoying BCEPs community allotments on Scotchman Road Manningham.
Enjoy....
- a tour of the plot,
- a rocket stove demonstration
- find out about our starter plots
- harvest, cook and eat
- plants for sale
- creative activities
.....and more

Community Environment Youth Worker

BCEP are currently recruiting a Community Environment Youth Worker for details please see our vacancies page. http://www.bcep.org.uk/what_vacancies Closing date for applications is noon, Friday 29th June 2012. We will accept application forms by post or email (please email well ahead of the closing date and time to guarantee delivery before noon). Interviews will take place on Friday 6th July 2012.

Enterprise & Innovation in Practice

The Enterprise and Innovation in Practice Module is a new undergraduate module which will run for the first time from January 2012. It offers final year undergraduate students the opportunity to work on a project of their own choosing or within an organisation on a ‘real world’ challenge or opportunity the organisation is facing. The organisation could be of any size in the private business, social enterprise, public, community or voluntary sector.

Social & Therapeutic Horticulturalist Vacancy

BCEP wishes to appoint a suitably qualified

Social & Therapeutic Horticulturalist

New community growers network

We have recently set up a new Bradford and District Community Growers Network. The aim is to share ideas, skills, knowledge and resources between local growers. We have had one meeting so far, plus a visit around 3 local projects. It is supported by the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens.

The next meeting will be held on Fri 4 Nov, 9.30-11.30am at Wibsey Community Garden, Reevy Ave, more or less opposite Buttershaw Enterprise College. If possible, please park outside the park and walk into the Park, entering the Garden using the third big gate you come to on your left.

Wibsey Community Garden

BCEP are holding an 'get your hands dirty' event as part of the Coop and Federation of Community Farms and Community Gardens programme.

Wibsey Community Garden (formerly Wibsey Park Nursery), Beacon Road, Wibsey, BD6 3.
Tuesday 6 September, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm

Places are FREE but booking is essential.
Further details and to book on www.farmgarden.org.uk/north,
alternatively telephone 0161 275 9725 or email north@farmgarden.org.uk

Get Your Hands Dirty

6 Sep 2011 - 09:30
6 Sep 2011 - 15:30

Wibsey Community Garden (formerly Wibsey Park Nursery),
Beacon Road, Wibsey, BD6 3.
Tuesday 6 September, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm

Places are FREE but booking is essential. Further details and to book on www.farmgarden.org.uk/north, alternatively telephone 0161 275 9725 or email north@farmgarden.org.uk

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