GMCVO are recruiting for a Project Assistant to help us to deliver some of our projects.
This role is being offered as either part time or full time (21 to 35 hours per week). The contracted hours will be negotiated with the succesful applicant based on their availability.
You will primarily work with our Policy & Research Team to help organise and support a range of different events and meetings - both online and in person. You will be a lead point of contact for the meetings, manage records and it is important that you have note taking skills. There will also be some general administrative duties.
GMCVO works to drive economic and social inclusion in Greater Manchester. We do this in a number of ways, including investing in social enterprise, supporting equalities networks to represent our diverse communities, supporting communities to own more assets and enabling those furthest from employment into work.
Some of the benefits of working for GMCVO:
You will help reduce economic and social inequality – Greater Manchester has some of the nation’s most deprived areas. Your work with us could support investment in community owned businesses, reducing social isolation or reducing economic, racial and age related inequalities
You can work flexible hours – as well as offering flexible working hours, we are willing to negotiate reduced and flexible hours where needed and where possible. As a carer friendly organisation we adapt our work to support colleagues with care responsibilities
You can have flexibility in work location – negotiate how much you use our offices (close to Piccadilly Rail Station) or work from home. We support agreed home working with the necessary IT, and furniture etc if needed
You will be valued - Our Employee Representation Group plays a critical role in developing our practice and ensuring wellbeing is at the heart of our work
You will be supported - As well as support from your Line Manager, we also encourage staff to support one another, both within and across teams
You will have social interaction with like minded people - staff 'away' days, informal wellbeing drop ins and other social events are part of working here
This is a rolling recruitment; applicants will be interviewed as soon as they apply so we encourage early application. The role will be taken down once we have recruited.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter, outlining appropriate skills that match the role description, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an informal conversation about this post contact Beth Sharratt on 07510 076 081 or email email@example.com.
GMCVO is committed to fairness in our recruitment processes. This includes ensuring all candidates are assessed against the same questions and we do not discriminate against candidates with gaps in their employment record. There is full access to the St Thomas Centre. We are Open to All and Real Living Wage Employers.