On this page we advertise full-time, part-time and apprentice opportunities. Bath City Farm has a positive approach to equality and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
Project Coordinator, Training at the Trough
This is an exciting opportunity to lead in delivering the Farm’s successful Training at the Trough project, which supports adults living with a learning disability to engage in meaningful training opportunities in catering, preparing food for the Farm’s café and catered events. The role will support participants to learn new skills in cooking, food safety and customer service, as well as develop key skills such as numeracy, literacy, problem solving, team building and social communication. You will also assess participants wishing to carry out entry-level accredited AQA awards in catering.
Salary: £22,730 per annum (pro rata)
Hours: 8 hours per week on Fridays
Contract: 1 year Fixed Term, renewable subject to funding
The post holder will be subject to an enhanced DBS check
To apply please download and read the Job Description and Person Specification and the Privacy Notice for Applicants below, then download and complete the application form and send by email to email@example.com or by hand/post to Sarah Neale, Bath City Farm, Kelston View, Bath, BA2 1NW
Closing Date: Friday 8th November 2019, by 5pm
Interview date: in week commencing 11th November 2019
Bath City Farm is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and of vulnerable adults.
Click the links below for the detailed job description and person specification, application form, and a copy of our Privacy Notice for Applicants.
At an incredibly exciting time for Bath City Farm, we are looking to strengthen our board of trustees and add to the range of skills and experience our fantastic team already brings.
We have recently had our planning application to build a new café approved, which is a huge step towards our ambition to offer year-round opening, be a place to eat and have a drink whatever the weather, and allow us to involve our volunteers in preparing, cooking and selling what the Farm produces. We will be starting a huge fundraising effort to secure the several hundred thousand pounds we’re going to need to build it!
Following a recent skills audit, and the resignation of two long standing Trustees, we are now looking to recruit new trustees who, in addition to sharing our passion for the great work of the farm, have specific skills and a background in:
• Health and safety law, policies and procedures
• Farm services: mental health, education, horticulture, and catering.
• Legal, IT, and Fundraising
If you are interested in becoming a trustee, or would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org