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Location: Derby
Weekly Hours: 35 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract: ends March 2022
Rates of Pay: £27,500 per annum
Closing Date for Applications: 22/01/2021

The Multi-Faith Centre is looking for an experienced project manager to join our team. The role will develop our Race and Religion Hate Crime project. Commissioned by the Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, the purpose of this project is to co-ordinate the victim services from the voluntary and community sector to race and religious hate crime.

This project co-ordinates community groups across Derbyshire to create safe spaces for dialogue, build resilience and develop joined up networks to support victims and report incidences of religious hate crime. MFC manages a network of 35 community groups to build bridges, improve communications and shape better police responses and interventions around this agenda. The network supports communities that might not otherwise know about services such as the Derbyshire Victim Service or feel confident to speak to the police directly. It also identifies and flags issues of community concern. MFC then co-ordinates efforts to tackle religious hate crime through this network and its close links with the Derbyshire Office for the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Please send your CV and supporting statement to [email protected] by the 22nd January.

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