The Tigers Trust are seeking a ‘Community Health & Wellbeing Activator’
Posted on 5th November 2021 at 10:03
The Tigers Trust are seeking an enthusiastic and innovative young person, aged 18-24, to fill the role of ‘Community Health Activator’.
The ‘Community Health & Wellbeing Activator’ will play a key part in maximising the Tigers Trust's Health and Wellbeing programmes. This role will be based at the Tigers Trust Arena and will be responsible for supporting our Head of Health in developing, managing, and delivering numerous existing and new health programmes/activities.
This is a paid position for 9 months and during this time you will pick up valuable, transferable skills and experience within the health and wellbeing sector. You will be supported through your personal development with additional training and mentoring and the placement will help build exit routes into further employment or education post-placement.
This role is in partnership with the UK Year of Service and is to help young people get ‘world-ready and work-ready’. By taking on this role, you will become part of a network of young people that want to make positive change in their community, and you will have further opportunities to attend UK Year of Service events across the placement and build a network of peers from all around the UK.
If being a ‘Community Health & Wellbeing Activator’ interests you, then please express your interest here and we will be in touch for more information.
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