We have a dedicated team of staff and a committed Board.
Humma is qualified in Youth & Community Development and has over 15 years’ experience of working in the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) to manage projects focussing on mental health, employment, advice & guidance, looked-after children, suicide prevention, refugee resettlement, organ donation, cancer screening and health inequalities. She has worked with a number of organisations including Womenzone Community Centre, Lancashire BME Network, The Children’s Society and Leeds City Council.
Humma is currently a member of the Bradford District VCS Assembly Steering Group, co-chair of both the Equalities Forum, and the Race Equality Mental Health Collaborative in Bradford.
After graduating with an MA degree in American Studies in 2018 from the University of Manchester, Hattie worked at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre in Manchester for over two years. This work involved researching and promoting the archive’s collections around race, ethnicity and migration in the UK and working closely with ethnic minority communities across Manchester to deliver events and workshops.
In October 2020 Hattie returned to Bradford to begin working at Race Equality Network. Her role includes maintaining strong relationships with the REN-supported community organisations, and building REN’s digital presence.
Adiba has over 15 years voluntary experience, having worked with the Domestic Violence Forum and charities such as Facing the World, specialising in working with vulnerable women and children.
After moving up from the South, Adiba spent lockdown undertaking counselling and mental health projects, and brought her skills to REN.
In February , Adiba joined the team at REN as a project co-ordinator, delivering projects such as the Covid Vaccination Programme, whist developing relationships and delivering the projects to our community partners and building REN’s community reach.
Could this be you?
Project Communications Officer
We are looking for a Communications Officer to join our current Community Champions Project team. This project will be focused on supporting mental, physical health and wellbeing of Bradford’s minoritised communities.
This individual will co-ordinate and deliver a communications strategy, as well as working directly with our grass-roots partner organisations to support delivery of the project.
If you’re passionate about supporting communities, have creative skills and experience in producing comms, we’d love to hear from you!
Please download the full Job Description here: Comms Officer Job Description and Personnel Specification Oct 2021
Please download the application form here: Project Communications Officer Application Form Oct 2021
Deadline for applications: Friday 29th October 2021
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