Hull Sustainable Food City partnership co-ordinator – Job Ref:CPC01 – Closing date 12pm Friday 28th April 2017

The national Sustainable Food cities project has recently entered an exciting second phase of work and Hull has been awarded funding to employ a passionate, committed and enthusiastic person to support, enhance and promote the workings and governance of the Hull Sustainable Food Partnership operations group enabling the group to become authoritative and visible within the developing landscape and planning of the City of Hull.

This role is jointly funded in partnership with the Sustainable Food Cities and Hull City Council Public Health and hosted by the Goodwin Development Trust (GDT).

Hull Sustainable Food City partnership co-ordinator – Job Ref:CPC01

28 hours per week, Actual – £17,027.02 (FTE Salary £22,500)

This role is fixed term for 12 months from appointment


Your primary responsibilities will be to facilitate and co-ordinate the effective functioning and governance of the Hull Food Partnership group, developing and developing a city-wide partnership Action Plan developed with active participation of and contributions from these local partnerships and stakeholders. The successful candidate will co-ordinate the writing and delivery of a successful SFC Bronze Award application, identifying and highlighting opportunities and threats throughout the work, manage the development, promotion and adoption by the city of the Hull Food Charter and support the HFP in identifying and securing income and resources to sustain both the Partnership and the Hull Sustainable Food Cities programme over the longer term. The post holder will use a wide range of communication media to effectively brand and publicise the work of the HFP group and will develop a consistent and credible message of food sustainability within a city context.

The successful candidate will have proven experience of working collaboratively with mixed groups and ability to resolve different opinions professionally. Experience of project management and proven experience of communicating complex issues to diverse stakeholders.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Eddy Niblet on 01482 587550

For an Application Pack please visit our website – or contact the HR Department by email or phone (01482) 594319 (answer machine – leave your full contact information and details of the job you are applying for)

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References

Application forms should be returned stating Job Reference CPC01 to: HR Department, Goodwin Development Trust, The Octagon, Pod 5, Walker Street, Hull, HU3 2RA no later than 12pm Friday 28th April 2017 (CV’s not accepted). Interviews will be held w/c 1st May 2017, If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful.

“Goodwin – a registered charity is an equal opportunities employer”

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Fareshare Volunteering Opportunity

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Are you interested in gaining skills and experience in warehouse operations, Food storage, distribution and quality control, and have some free time to volunteer?

We are looking for people with a keen interest in warehousing and a willingness to learn the associated skills to work at the Fareshare Hull and Humber, warehouse on Malmo Road, Hull.

Our current available roles are:

    Delivery Drivers
    Warehouse Operatives

We need people who are reliable and punctual, who can attend sessions they have agreed to. Good communication skills and the ability to work well in a team as well as work on their own initiative are required. Due to the nature of the role, you will need to have the ability to do some manual labour.

For a Volunteer Application Pack and Role Description, please email or ring Goodwin Development Trust on 01482 587550

FareShare Hull & Humber


FareShare Hull & Humber is run by The Goodwin Development Trust. It redistributes surplus food from the food industry to more than 70 organisations throughout the region – with more signing up every day to become Community Food Members (CFMs). This means that FareShare Hull and Humber’s network of CFMs is now feeding more than 5,000 people who are directly affected by food poverty. If you are a community organization working with people who are who are struggling to put food on the table – then go to our website and get in touch

To find out more information about how we can help and what we do, check out our Impact Report.

If you’d like to join our Community Food Network to receive food from FareShare Tel: 01482 337999

Or email the depot manager: be