Bristol is a thriving, diverse and growing city. But it can also be a fractured city, with inequalities across race, age, class and location.
As the city develops and moves forward, creativity and determination are required to make sure that nobody gets left behind. That’s why in April of this year David Barclay started a secondment from the Good Faith Partnership to the City Office as an Advisor on Inclusion.
The Good Faith Partnership is a social consultancy which works to help leaders in the worlds of faith, politics, business and charity work better together on common issues. The secondment is funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and is designed to help the Mayor and the City Council to work more strategically with others in the city to make Bristol more inclusive and integrated, with a particular focus on newcomers to the city.
The Good Faith Partnership is now looking to hire a Deputy Advisor to assist David in this work. The role will involve a range of activities, from relationship building and networking to research, project development and contributing to larger initiatives such as the Global Parliament of Mayors Summit and the One City Plan. The successful applicant will work for 3 days a week starting as soon as possible.
Further information and contact details are included in this document: Deputy Advisor on Inclusion JD