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Work with us: Community Connector

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We are recruiting two community connectors for a short-term project in Bedminster, working for 13 days between June – October 2024 (flexible hours with key dates to be arranged with successful candidates)

The role:

The community connectors will be responsible for engaging members of the local community (Redcliffe and Bedminster) in sharing stories and taking part in creative workshops that work towards an exhibition in Bedminster Library, to be designed with Knowle West Media Centre, in partnership with Filwood Community Centre and Library.


£2275 (calculated as £175 per day for 13 days of work over 4 months)

We also have a limited budget to cover expenses that arise as part of the role, be that travel or other access costs.

Who we are looking for:

We have identified that men and people of the global majority (people from black, Asian, mixed, and other ethnic groups who are often racialised as ‘ethnic minorities’) are underrepresented in our current programme of work therefore we are particularly keen to hear from men (from any background) and people of the Global Majority (of any gender).

Application Criteria

We are looking for applicants that are:

  • Confident talking to and working with a wide range of people including vulnerable and marginalised people
  • Passionate about seeking out less heard stories and histories
  • Proactive, able to tap into existing networks as well as building connections with people who are yet to engage in community activity
  • Desired but not essential: We are particularly interested in hiring someone who is based in Bedminster or Redcliffe, or has a strong connection to this location

Application Process

If you are interested in the role and feel you meet the application criteria, please apply by sending us

  • Your full name, gender, preferred pronouns, contact details and confirming you have the right to work in the UK
  • A short description explaining how you meet the application criteria
  • A short response (no more than a paragraph/minute) to the following task:

This project is about celebrating under-heard stories, particularly from people of working class or diverse backgrounds, please share three examples of communities, individuals or groups that would be your starting point in order to seek out these stories.

Please submit your application by 5pm Thursday 6th June 2024

We accept applications in a variety of formats, feel free to submit your responses:

  • via email:
  • via video or voice memo to the acta mobile: 07494 479 343
  • via an in-person conversation- use either the email address or phone number above to arrange an informal conversation

We are keen for the process to be as accessible as possible, if you would like to talk through any of the questions or the role in more detail, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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