Outstanding “people person” wanted for Wintringham, St Neots

6 October 2020

Urban&Civic are looking for an outstanding people person to deliver a positive, proactive and inclusive approach to supporting the new community at Wintringham, as part of Urban&Civic’s commitment to building strong and sustainable communities. The purpose of the post is to support an active, empowered and cohesive community by:

• ensuring residents are involved in and shaping the development;
• forging connections between new residents and neighbouring communities;
• evolving events, activities and sustainable initiatives to deliver this, and;
• providing the business and our partners with insight and intelligence into the make-up of our new neighbourhoods

The role works extensively with residents and with a range of local partners, both within the development and across the local area. It works closely with the Community Development Lead for Alconbury Weald and other Urban&Civic developments, as well as with local networks of people with similar roles in Cambridgeshire. The role is on a two year fixed term contract in first instance but has the potential for extension or further development at the end of the two years.

Rebeca Britton, Head of Communities, Communications and Partnerships at Urban&Civic said:

“The Communities team play a vital role in helping new residents settle into their new homes and be active members of the new community. The role at Wintringham is really exciting because you will be starting right at the beginning and able to get to know families as they move in. At the same time we have close links with the community at Loves Farm and with St Neots, and with such vibrant people and places all around and future investment on site and across the local area, you can be part of creating something really special.”

You can find out more at www.wintringham.org or by following us on social media @wearewintringham. Or for a job description please call Katheryn Owens on 01480 413141 or email katheryn.owens@urbanandcivic.com.

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