Community Engagement Coordinator & Communications Officer

Two positions are available to support the Brent African Caribbean Alliance (BACA) initiative to tackle social and health inequalities.  The full job description for each post can be found below underneath the application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

  • Community Engagement Coordinator
  • Communications Officer

To apply, email (1) the Application and (2) the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form to Susan Cave at susan.cave@cvsbrent.org.uk. Note that applicants can also send a CV but must complete a supporting statement that reflects the essential criteria outlined in the person specification. 

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Community Engagement Project Coordinator Job Description

£21,000 per annum (FTE £35,000) 
21 hours per week
Contract (12 months)
Closing date: Wednesday 1st November / Interviews to take place on Monday 6th November 2023.

An opportunity to manage a new project designed to collate the views and experiences of African Caribbean (AC) residents with the aim of tackling inequalities in Brent. This role requires knowledge of AC communities and the ability to map resident needs and to identify priorities. The Coordinator will disseminate findings and lead a collaborative effort to advocate, to influence policy and to support change. For more details, please download the Job Description:

Communications Officer Job Description

£24,000 per annum (PRO RATA) 
6 hours per week
Contract (12 months)
Closing date: Tuesday, 26 September Noon / Interview: Wednesday, 4 October 2023

Working closely with the Community Engagement Project Manager, this role will publicise activities and events on social media and in organisational networks to raise the profile of BACA and its community consultation and policy projects. The successful applicant will use their skills in graphic design and digital communications to foster partnership working and to improve participation. For more details, please download the Job Description.

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