We are currently looking for a Project Manager and Digital Champions for Digital Gwynedd, freelance researchers to work with us, as well as a volunteer delivery driver in the Brighton & Hove area. See below for details of who we’re looking for and how to apply.

Project Manager (Digital Gwynedd)

Full-time, 6 month contract. Closing date for applications: Friday 3rd December.

Digital Gwynedd is funded through the Community Renewal Fund offered by the UK Government. This project will focus on coordinating and delivering the provision of essential digital skills support to economically inactive adults and vulnerable people who lack the skills and confidence to use digital.

The project will develop capacity in the community through a number of means, including raising awareness of the benefits of digital skills and connectivity to deliver social and economic benefit to the local communities. Key to the approach will be re-engaging with community organisations we have worked with previously, and engaging a further 25 to improve capacity for digital skills support.

The time scale for the project is short, so we’re looking for an experienced person who can hit the ground running. You will have excellent people skills, and be comfortable working with people from diverse backgrounds. You will be enthusiastic about digital technology and the benefits it can bring to society.

Please see the job descriptions (available in English and Welsh) below for full details of the role and how to apply.

Download Job Description (English) (pdf)

Download Job Description (Welsh) (pdf)

Applications should be made through the job advert on Indeed.com.

If you have further questions about the role, please contact Laura Simpson by email loading... or on 07551171309.

Digital Champions (Digital Gwynedd)

Variable hours, 6 month contract. Closing date for applications: Friday 10th December.

Digital Gwynedd is funded through the Community Renewal Fund offered by the UK Government. This project will focus on coordinating and delivering the provision of essential digital skills support to economically inactive adults and vulnerable people who lack the skills and confidence to use digital.

The post-holders will work alongside the Project Manager and will be supported by the wider Citizens Online team. You’ll have a good knowledge of digital skills, but first and foremost you’ll be passionate about helping others – you’ll need to have excellent people skills and be comfortable working with people from diverse backgrounds. You will also be enthusiastic about digital technology and the benefits it can bring to society.

The time scale for the project is short, so we’re looking for an experienced person who can hit the ground running. You will have excellent people skills, and be comfortable working with people from diverse backgrounds. You will be enthusiastic about digital technology and the benefits it can bring to society.

Please see the job descriptions (available in English and Welsh) below for full details of the role and how to apply.

Download Job Description (English) (pdf)

Download Job Description (Welsh) (pdf)

Applications should be made through the job advert on Indeed.com.

If you have further questions about the role, please contact Laura Simpson by email loading... or on 07551171309.

Researcher (freelance)

We’re looking for freelance researchers to work with us on a range of digital inclusion research projects.  If you’re passionate about making a positive difference through your work to the lives of people who are older, on low income, disabled or with low educational attainment, then we’d love to hear from you.

As well as being a fantastic researcher, we are looking for you to be a great communicator, producing research that is engaging to a diverse audience. We need researchers to: undertake research interviews, facilitate focus groups, write reports and present findings.

If you’re interested in working with us, please send your current CV, availability over the next 6 months, day rate and a short covering letter explaining why you’d like to work with us to  laura.simpson@citizensonline.org.uk.

Download Job Description (.docx)

If you have further questions about the role, please contact Laura Simpson by email loading... or on 07551171309.

Volunteering

Volunteer delivery driver, Brighton & Hove

Our Digital Brighton & Hove project has been running since 2015 to tackle digital exclusion in the city. We offer people remote and in-person support with digital skills and access to  devices and data.

We are looking for a Volunteer Delivery Driver to collect and deliver devices in and around Brighton & Hove. These will be tablet devices as part of our tablet loan scheme, and refurbished computers, laptops, mobile phones and tablets which are provided through our partnership with Tech-Takeback.

First and foremost you’ll be passionate about helping others. Many learners may have never used the internet before, and could be vulnerable. The role is ideal for someone who likes driving and getting out and about and can be flexible around your other commitments. Mileage expenses will be paid.

For fuller information about the role and how to apply, please download and read the Role Description document below.

Download Role Description (.docx)

Volunteer Digital Champions required

We have volunteer opportunities for in-person digital champions to support our projects in North Yorkshire and Merseyside, and we are also looking for remote digital champions to provide support to people over the phone. Find out more here.