Greater Manchester
£24,000 per year
Contract, Part-time, Temporary
Job description


- Act as the central point of contact for CYF Manchester for external parties, volunteers, students and other CYF programmes.

- Act as the central point of contact for the city for CYF management.

- Oversee accounting, expenses and funding with appropriate support from CYF management.

- Organise the booking of venues, childcare and, where necessary, transport for class purposes.

- Liaise with volunteers, students and CYF management to help develop the direction of CYF as an organisation and the activities of the city cohort.

- Programme development and sustainability.

- Develop partnerships with other organisations to help support the functioning of regular classes as well as to support training and employability for students/graduates.

- Take an active role in student recruitment and contact suitable organisations to facilitate this.

- Process student and volunteer applications for the course and arrange meet-ups when required.

- Undertake communication by email and monitor the functioning of the central email account for city.

Essential Skills & Experience

Suitable candidates should be able to able to demonstrate the following attributes in their application and interview:

- The ability to self-organise and manage a range of tasks required to fulfil the responsibilities of the role

- Knowledge of social issues faced by refugees, asylum seekers and otherwise socio-economically disadvantaged people, especially in relation to access to education and employment

- Knowledge or connection to local organisations that assist refugees, asylum seekers and otherwise socio-economically disadvantaged people

- An understanding of the organisation and delivery of small scale projects

- An ability to work across multi-disciplinary teams of volunteers in dispersed locations

- Good office IT skills using Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Gmail and Calendaring applications

- A working knowledge of social media platforms

Working Hours

This is a part-time role requiring 15-20 hours work per week, depending on requirement. This includes an expectation that some weekend working may be needed to support student & mentor needs during class sessions.

Please include a cover letter.

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Posted on: 03 October 2019
Closed date: 04 November 2019
Tags: Admin, Fundraising

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