Tuesday
Mar202018

We're looking for an Office and Finance Administrator

Based at our new office in St Paul’s Learning Centre, Grosvenor Road, St Paul’s, Bristol

Permanent – 18.5 hours per week – Salary £9,960 (£19,920 pro rata, 0.5 FTE)

You will provide the day to day general and finance administration to ensure the smooth running of the organisation and will include the following areas of work:

  • Providing administrative support and office management for the ‘Wildly Different’ team
  • Supporting the monitoring & other reporting requirements to funders
  • Responsibility for all financial recording and providing reports as required
  • Supporting communication between the Programme team and the Board of Directors
  • Supporting the design and delivery of marketing materials and facilitating communication to the ‘Wildly Different’ programme participants, target groups and delivery partners through paper based and electronic systems
  • Managing the website, the signposting service and social media opportunities
  • Researching funding and income-generating opportunities

Would you enjoy?

  • working across intercultural and professional boundaries with colleagues and partners
  • supporting the general workload of the organisation to ensure the success of the programme
  • being an active team member, using your initiative and leading on agreed areas of work

You will be offered the opportunity to work a 3 or 4-day week.  Flexibility of working hours can be given and will be required to allow for occasional evening meetings and events

How to apply:

Download the job pack here or request a job pack via email: admin@imayla.co.uk

For an informal discussion about the post please contact the Imayla office: 0117 914 5490

Closing date:  5pm, Monday 9th April 2018

Interviews will take place on: Wednesday 25th April 2018        

 

 

Wednesday
Nov222017

Applications are now open for the Wildly Different Programme 2018

Getting out there to the sea, to the forests, to the hills - with music, films, arts, dance and a wildly different mix of outdoor activities.

We are now welcoming applications to the Wildly Different programme 2018, which runs from February to November 2018.

Email info@imayla.co.uk for an application form or download it here

To download our posters please click here for 7-12 yr olds or here for 12-16yrs olds. 

If you'd like to pass on the information, or read a bit more see our flyer here and here

And you can read more information about the programme here

If you would like find out more about Wildly Different please get in touch by email to info@imayla.co.uk or call us on 0117 924 0735

 

Friday
Jan132017

Applications for the Wildly Different Programme 2018 will be open in December 2017

Getting out there to the sea, to the forests, to the hills - with music, films, arts, dance and a wildly different mix of outdoor activities.

We will welcome applications from December 2017 to the Wildly Different programme 2018, which runs from February to November 2018.

If you'd like to pass on the information, or read a bit more see our flyer here and here.

And you can read more information about the programme here.

If you would like find out more about Wildly Different please get in touch by email to info@imayla.co.uk or call us on 0117 924 0735

 

Friday
Oct212016

Singing a song of nature

As part of Healthy City Week, we are running 'Seeding a song of nature: Closer to home'

Saturday 22nd October 2016 with Jules

 2–4.30pm at St Werburgh’s City Farm (meet by the cafe)

Join Imayla for an autumnal roam around the Farm, the Community Garden and Narroways Open Space and harvest a song from these beautiful spaces, We’ll be ending up at Boiling Wells for
refreshments and a song around the fire. Hope we might see you....


All ages.


Friday
Oct212016

3-year funding success

We are delighted that we have been successful with our 3-year continuation bid to the BIG Lottery 'Reaching Communities' Fund.
Thank you to all who gave support, testimony and useful stats over the past year and we look forward to working together into the future.
In the new year we will be able to take our work forward from the 'Wildly Different' project onto 'Even More Wildly Different', continuing to support children and young people in care or living in difficult circumstances, their families, carers and communities across east and central Bristol.
We look forward to working with new and existing contacts. If we haven't worked with you before and you'd like to be involved when the programme restarts in the new year, get in touch.