We are now recruiting:
We have a number of vacancies with North Smethwick Development Trust (registered charity number 1035308).
- Caretaker (Casual Workers Contract)
- Car Parking Steward
All posts are based at the Brasshouse Community Centre in North Smethwick
To apply for any of the vacancies please submit the associated application form and a covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4, which should outline your interest and proven experience in any of the positions advertised to firstname.lastname@example.org unless stated otherwise.
While we would like to contact all our candidates, unfortunately, this is not possible so if you haven’t heard from us a week after the closing date, your application has not been successful.
Please note that all posts are subject to a satisfactory DBS check and associated references.
Caretakers (Sessional workers) - Open recruitment
Car Parking Steward - (Fixed Term Contract) - Open recruitment
North Smethwick Development Trust began life in 1988 as a residents association and then became an incorporated organisation in 1992 and a registered charity. The organisation has strong roots in the neighbourhood of North Smethwick and is a well-established, independent community led organisation. The Trust is locally owned by board of 8 volunteers, 6 of whom live in the neighbourhood of North Smethwick. In addition, the Trust is supported by local volunteers.
The Trust is a community anchor organisation and an essential partner for agencies working in North Smethwick and the wider area. We run a wide range of activities at the centre and have a long standing reputation for offering needs-led community activities, often in partnership with local voluntary organisations and statutory agencies. We also run several small social enterprises employing local people and hire out our community facilities to local families at an affordable rate.
We are host for the local neighbourhood tasking meeting where issues affecting local people such as anti-social behaviour, environmental issues are shared and acted upon and local councillor surgeries are also held at the centre.