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Published 5th November 2019

Updated 5th March 2021

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An new exciting opportunity with one of TCT's Partners


15 hours (2 days) per week


12-month initial contract.

Do you want to be part of an exciting new role championing the wellbeing of people across the business community in Birmingham?

ChaplaincyPlus is looking to recruit a part-time Project Lead for the City Wellbeing Initiative, an exciting project that forms a key part of our 2020-2023 strategy.

ChaplaincyPlus is an independent Christian charity providing a neutral and safe space giving Birmingham professionals space to explore issues of life and work, whatever their beliefs or background. We have been offering mental, emotional and spiritual support to the business community in Birmingham since 2003.

Closing date: Midnight on 25th April

Initial applications, in the form of a CV and covering letter to be sent to Steve Bavington, Executive Director – Feel free to contact Steve for an informal conversation.

Digital Buddy Lead with Just Straight Talk

Deadline for applications is the 21st April 2021 at 5pm

Public Health in Dudley are funding Just Straight Talk (JST) to deliver a project called ‘Digi Dudley’.

Job Role: Digital Buddy Lead

Project: Digi Dudley

Location: Dudley

Salary : £22,000

Contract terms: 18 months (fixed term)

The 18 month project aims to ensure that the older population and carers age 45+ reduce their risk of loneliness and isolation and build on their individual and community resilience by ensuring that they have opportunities to become more socially connected, feel confident in participating in community activities and accessing services remotely.

Digi Dudley has been developed in response to local partners in the voluntary, community and faith sector who have told us that digital exclusion is a key issue for many people in the borough and that it should be addressed urgently. Digital exclusion particularly in the older population is not a new issue but one that has been highlighted from the impact of the pandemic.

Find out more at:

Digi Dudley buddy lead vacancy –