Another non-job...

June 18, 2008 3:10 PM

A TPA supporter emailed in this non-job today, which we’ll leave to your own interpretation from Bristol City Council:


Sex Work Strategy Co-ordinator
£27,594 - £29,726


The Safer Bristol Partnership is responsible for developing and delivering the crime and drugs agenda in Bristol's diverse, multi-cultural urban environment.  This new position working within the Crime Strategy Team has been developed to co-ordinate the Sex Work Strategy for the city, in line with the Safer Bristol Partnership Plan 2008-11.


As the Sex Work Strategy Coordinator, you will work with the Community Safety Project Manager to develop and coordinate our strategic responses to Street Sex work. You will be enthusiastic and keen to work with a wide variety of departments across the City Council, as well as with the Police and the Voluntary Sector.


Your role will be to develop; implement and monitor project plans, including the development of new initiatives so proven project management skills and experience is a must.


The post holder will need an understanding and knowledge of community safety issues and legislation and policy relating to Sex Work.


There is funding available for this role until 31st March 2009, with a high probability of further funding.

A TPA supporter emailed in this non-job today, which we’ll leave to your own interpretation from Bristol City Council:


Sex Work Strategy Co-ordinator
£27,594 - £29,726


The Safer Bristol Partnership is responsible for developing and delivering the crime and drugs agenda in Bristol's diverse, multi-cultural urban environment.  This new position working within the Crime Strategy Team has been developed to co-ordinate the Sex Work Strategy for the city, in line with the Safer Bristol Partnership Plan 2008-11.


As the Sex Work Strategy Coordinator, you will work with the Community Safety Project Manager to develop and coordinate our strategic responses to Street Sex work. You will be enthusiastic and keen to work with a wide variety of departments across the City Council, as well as with the Police and the Voluntary Sector.


Your role will be to develop; implement and monitor project plans, including the development of new initiatives so proven project management skills and experience is a must.


The post holder will need an understanding and knowledge of community safety issues and legislation and policy relating to Sex Work.


There is funding available for this role until 31st March 2009, with a high probability of further funding.

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