The London Recovery Board brings together leaders from across London’s government, business and civil society, as well as the health and education sectors, trade unions and the police, to oversee the long-term recovery effort. Chaired jointly by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and the Chair of London Councils, Georgia Gould.
They have one grand challenge – to restore confidence in the city, minimise the impact on London’s communities and build back better the city’s economy and society. In response to this grand challenge, the Board has committed to taking a missions- based approach and has agreed nine recovery missions across economic and social policy.
The Building Strong Communities mission aims to ensure that ‘By 2025 all Londoners will have access to a community hub ensuring they can volunteer, get support and build strong networks’.
They are looking for two ‘co-leads’ to lead this mission, working with colleagues at the Greater London Authority, London Councils, partners in the voluntary and community sector and elsewhere, as well as the Chair and co-chairs of the Social Recovery Strand of work, to ensure this mission delivers for Londoners.
Find out more about the role and how to apply here - https://londonplus.org/news/invitation-for-interest-london-recovery-programme