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Community Projects Officer

Deadline to Apply: 5 July 2024 @ 5pm

The Role

As a Community Project Officer at RJ4All, you will be a confident and ambitious individual with a passion for making a positive change in your community. You will be responsible for managing and delivering local, national, and international projects within our charitable objectives, conducting research and fieldwork, monitoring project impact and finances, developing new ideas, and leading discussions and policy debates.

You will report to the Community Projects Coordinator, and line-manage interns and volunteers. This is a full-time role, 5 days a week, with a salary range of £24,932-£30,771.

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Key Responsibilities

Community Project Delivery & Communication:

  • Lead community projects, including planning, promoting, and delivering youth activities, sports projects, and community events
  • Conduct research, analyze findings, and report on project outcomes
  • Manage budgets and expenses for allocated projects
  • Stay up-to-date with policy and legislative changes affecting RJ4All
  • Collect and analyze project data for reporting and evaluation
  • Develop Theory of Change for each project and monitor progress

Volunteer/Interns Management:

  • Line manage part-time interns for each project, supporting their training and skills development


  • Uphold RJ4All’s Equality and Diversity Policy and founding values
  • Comply with the Handbook and grant agreements
  • Attend internal meetings and participate in team work
  • Maintain confidentiality and treat sensitive information with discretion
  • Perform other reasonable duties as required by the Director



  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • 1 year of experience in research and fieldwork
  • Experience leading/managing projects including project planning, delivery, and reporting
  • Experience in using planning projects’ budgets, monitoring spendings, and signing off project expenditures
  • Strong written and verbal communication, including the ability to contribute to decision-making and planning
  • Excellent attention to detail, well-developed organizational skills, and ability to deliver on a deadline
  • Ability to work independently and communicate proactively  
  • Commitment to the restorative justice values and RJ4All’s overall mission
  • Ability to remain professional and maintain clear boundaries when handling sensitive and confidential information


  • Master’s degree in related field
  • 1 year of experience working in a non-profit, government or NGO environment
  • 1 year of experience in Sports & Development
  • Experience in line-management of volunteers and interns
  • Ability to develop new ideas and lead discussions and policy debates resulting from their work
  • Awareness of current safeguarding legislation for children and vulnerable adults
  • Passion for sport and sports & development

How to Apply

Deadline to Apply:
5 July 2024 @ 5pm

Send your application, including your CV, cover letter, and Diversity Monitoring Form to

with the subject line ‘Community Officer’

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