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Future Projects was created in 2000 by two dedicated volunteers who were concerned about anti social behaviour in their local community. Today Future Projects provides a range of services to the local and wider community as a result of the dedication, skills and support of staff and volunteer teams.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic, dynamic individuals to fill the following posts:



Position title: WONDER+ Coordinator

Job status: Fixed Term – up to 28 February 2021

Hours of work: 30hrs per week (Mon-Fri)

Salary & benefits: £23,400 pro-rata (circa £19,000 per annum - actual).

Application deadline: Monday 29th January - 5pm

Submit Applications:

  • Email to: info@futureprojects.org.uk or
  • Post to D. Childerhouse, Chief Executive Officer, 65/67 Knowland Grove, Norwich, NR5 8EG

Interviews: Thursday 1st and/or Friday 2nd February 2018.

Full Job Description

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Future Projects is seeking to appoint a highly organised and effective coordinator as part of the female led WONDER+ Project.

The Coordinator will act as a single point of contact for stakeholders, delivery partners and female service users of the WONDER+ project, coordinating inward referrals, and allocating casework to a team of specialist Link Workers across Norfolk.

The project is female led and will offer a ‘Whole System Approach’, supporting women with a connection to Norfolk at every stage of their Criminal Justice System journey. The case model our partnership will adopt will provide a holistic, tailored support service to women presenting as vulnerable, with complex and multiple needs. The service will address mental health, homelessness, isolation, poverty, risk of (re) offending, drug and alcohol issues and unemployment. The service will offer opportunities for housing, work, prosperity, stability, belonging, aspiration and treatment.

This role is particularly suited to individuals with strong administrative and organisational skills and a good understanding of the issues faced by females at risk of entering the criminal justice system.

More information on the project and the role can be found on the Job Description.

Future Projects is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks. We are an equal opportunities employer.

welcome to the Future

The Project works with hard-to-reach groups and empowers individuals to reach their full potential. Situated in the NELM area; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators.

Future is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area.

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