Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change are recruiting for a Community Food Worker for the Food For Change Project.

As the Community Food Worker, you will support the success of the Food for Change programme, working with participants to facilitate their learning and knowledge around a variety of food topics, as well as supporting them with progression.

Specifically, you will plan, develop and deliver cooking, food preparation, nutrition, healthy eating, food relationship and other food-related community learning activities.  

Additionally, you will: 

- Develop and lead a programme of community learning and engagement activities  
- Organise, risk assess and facilitate visits to food industry/related destinations  
- Help to recruit and engage individuals to take part in the programme  
- Support participants in dealing with any challenges or issues, including signposting them to other CN4C staff or external services 
- Work online and from home during the COVID-19 lockdown period until it is deemed safe to do otherwise

About You  

To join us as our Community Food Worker, you’ll need:  

- Experience of developing and delivering community learning activities 
- The ability to lead on developing an inspiring programme of food-based activities 
- Knowledge of cooking, nutrition and healthy eating
- Knowledge of the voluntary and community sector  
- An understanding of barriers to employment and/or training  
- Knowledge of community development and learning needs  
- To have, or be working towards a teaching qualification - Level 3 or higher (PTLLS or other)
- Good organisation and strong communication skills 
- A Basic Food Hygiene certificate or a Basic Health and Safety qualification 
- A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle 
- Secure access to the internet and the ability to work from home

A Level 3 or higher qualification in a food-related subject would be beneficial, as would an IT qualification. An understanding of the local labour market (or the willingness to develop this) would also be an advantage. 

Other organisations may call this role Community Learning Facilitator, or Community Food Programme Worker. 

This is a part-time role, working 18 hours per week. 

To apply, go to the webrecruit website here