Job Opportunity: Black & Green Ambassadors for Bristol

Ujima Radio in collaboration with the Bristol Green capital partnership, and funded by the Lottery present the
Black & Green Ambassadors for Bristol Programme
Are you an organised and compassionate individual with a desire to help and empower others?

  • Would you like to work with individuals, businesses, and diverse communities to support the next generation of leaders working towards a green and fair future for Bristol?
  • Are you passionate about creating environmental change for your city and want to ensure that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic voices are included in those conversations? The Black & Green Ambassadors Coordinator may be the role for you!

The Black & Green Ambassadors for Bristol is a three-year programme that will recruit, mentor and support nine emerging leaders – representative of Bristol’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities – to work between diverse communities, businesses, other organisations.
The coordinator will play a crucial role in this project by delivering a tailored professional development programme for Ambassadors, whilst also providing day-to-day support and practical guidance to help Ambassadors deliver a wider programme of engagement activities including events, radio shows, workshops and research.

Closing date: 6pm on Wednesday 24 June.

This is a part time position

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Sandra Gordon, Director at Ujima Radio CIC, to arrange an informal discussion via phone call:
See below links for how to apply & job description.

How to Apply info
Black & Green Ambassador – Job Description
Black & Green Ambassador – Equalities Monitoring

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