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GFIG Communication & Business Support Coordinator

Greenwich, London

Posted: 7 Aug 2022

Deadline: 21 Sep 2022

Compensation: £25,707 pro rata (£12,853.50 for 17.5 hrs a week)

Paid Part-time


Job description

Good Food in Greenwich is a network of communities, organisations and businesses that want to make Greenwich a borough where fair, healthy and affordable food is accessible to all.  You will be working with the Good Food in Greenwich (GFiG) team to raise awareness of this network by creating social media content, by putting together website blogs and content, newsletters and by supporting outreach.  You will also provide secretariat support to the GFIG network.  

Role description  

  • Support the implementation of communication strategies by: 
  • Preparing, programming, and posting relevant GFiG updates and information on all the GFIG social media platforms  
  • Maintaining the GFIG website information pages, blog etc up-to date (based on information given by colleagues.  
  • Preparing and producing bimonthly GFIG newsletter, with support of the team 
  • Provide secretariat support for GFIG steering & network groups  
  • Actively outreach in the community to support the work of the partnership and grow the membership of the network. 
  • Actively outreach to third sector groups, community centres and businesses to support them to sign up to the appropriate charters. 
  • Promote relevant national and local events in newsletters and on GFIG social media & website pages 
  • Support planning and delivery of events – specifically supporting GFIG sub-groups related to Growing and Food insecurity 
  • Support work of the GFIG action plan where necessary 

Offer high quality customer service 

  • To ensure you respond efficiently and appropriately to all enquires and requests. 
  • This applies to GCDA’s customers, suppliers, programme users and colleagues  

Comply with all of GCDA’s policies including: 

  • Food safety requirements 
  • Manual handling requirements 
  • Any other areas highlighted in the risk assessment  
  • Equal opportunities policy 
  • Safeguarding policy 
  • Environmental policy 
  • Promotion of GCDA programmes at all opportunities (Making every Contact Count) 


  • Attend Training as required 
  • Perform other reasonable duties as requested by your line manager 
  • Attend meetings e.g. Team Meetings as may be required 
  • Attend training as required 
  • Support GCDA at events when required  
  • Perform other duties as required by the Directors and the Development Worker. 

Application information

For more information and application pack, including job description and person spec, please email or call 0208 2694880 or visit our website.

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About GCDA

Greenwich Community Development Centre Social business and sustainable communities