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Fairway Fife - Leisure and Outdoor Activities Facilitator
Post: Leisure and Outdoor Activities Facilitator
Hours: 30 - 34 hours per week
Salary: £12.10 - £14.10 per hour
Fairway Fife is looking to recruit a Leisure and Outdoor Activities Facilitator.
Main responsibilities include:
To work in partnership with Schools, Colleges, and Local Authorities to carry out Outcomes Focussed Transition Assessments.
To plan, prepare and facilitate leisure, social, outdoor learning and sports opportunities that will enable members to meet their personal goals and outcomes.
To supervise, instruct and lead indoor and outdoor-based activities.
Provide instruction to groups in specialist areas including outdoor activities, outdoor learning, and sports development.
To recruit and support volunteer peer mentors to be positive and supportive role models.
To support the Management Board to develop Charity's aims and objectives.
To achieve recognition and support for the work of Fairway Fife.
To assist and support our Volunteer Peer Mentors to access relevant training opportunities.
To network and work in partnership with local organisations.
To liaise with and support the work of the Charity through a programme of capacity building, training, and governance. - To support Volunteer Peer Mentors, ensuring that they have the knowledge, skills, and support to carry out their roles and responsibilities.
To ensure that partnership working within Fife is maintained and developed to the benefit of Fairway Fife and its members.
To organise and facilitate leisure activities and events that are tailored to the needs of individuals.
To ensure that Fairway Fife plays a prominent role within the geographical area by representing the organisation on key policy and good practise within the Disability Sector.
To identify and support general fundraising events.
To participate in all relevant training and personal development opportunities.
To ensure Health and Safety requirements are met, including risk assessments which are continually checked and updated.
To liaise and build positive relationships with our members and other significant people around them.
To maintain up-to-date knowledge of changes in legislation and policy which affect people with Learning Disabilities, Charities, and the voluntary sector.
To assist and support the Management Board of Fairway Fife in carrying out their responsibilities.
To ensure Fairway Fife targets are met, as agreed by members and Management Board.
To ensure that all policies and procedures are read, understood, and implemented wherever needed to safeguard the organisations legal and moral responsibilities.
To maintain strong links with various organisations, and other key partners, as determined by the Management Board and members.
Set up and Facilitate group experiences and activities including outdoor learning and sports development opportunities.
To monitor and evaluate the work of Fairway Fife.
Undertake other duties which may be required, and are commensurate with the post.
A full job description and application form can be found here. This applicant letter details how applicants should submit their completed forms. Should you wish any further information about the post, please e-mail [email protected]