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Development Officer Vacancy

Feeding Liverpool is Liverpool’s food alliance, connecting and equipping people and organisations to work towards good food for all.

Building on our work since 2015 tackling hunger and food insecurity, Feeding Liverpool is developing and driving forward Liverpool’s Good Food Plan in partnership with communities and organisations across the city. This recruitment process is the next step towards an exciting future.

Feeding Liverpool is looking to recruit a Development Officer to grow and develop our existing network, connecting together organisations concerned with good food for all.  Working with and often through existing community, faith and non-statutory organisations, we are looking for someone to develop and support mechanisms for communities to shape the future of their local food environments.

Through facilitating processes of co-production, we are seeking a Development Officer who can support local people of all ages, and abilities including those with experience of food insecurity, to develop local influencing strategies and campaign for change, as together we seek to create a city where everyone can eat good food.

This role is funded for three years by The Trussell Trust as part of their Organising and Local Mobilisation Programme. Ongoing training and support will be provided as part of this programme.

Recruitment Pack
Applications should include:

  • An up-to-date curriculum vitae including the names and contact details of two referees (References will not be taken up until after the interviews).
  • A letter of application indicating your interest in the post and how your knowledge, experience, and competencies equip you for it, taking into account what the person specification shows to be required.
  • The equal opportunities monitoring form which will be kept separate from your application form and will not be seen by the shortlisting or interview panel and should be returned separately to [email protected]

Applications should be sent to the Good Food Programme Director Dr Naomi Maynard by midnight on Sunday 12th December.  Please address any queries to Naomi either by email at [email protected] or telephone 07835 947583

Interviews will take place at the Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Offices, Croxteth Drive, L17 1AA on Monday 20th December. For candidates invited to interview, but unable to make this interview date, the panel will seek where possible to offer an alternative interview date of Friday 17th December. 

Development Officer Job Description

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form