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Greater Lincolnshire MOVE Project - Job Vacancy

Here at Sortified, we are passionate about working with people to make things better. We are currently looking for someone to support the delivery of unpaid Carers, and to support Carers to reach their training and employment potential. We want someone who is committed to putting people at the centre of everything they do.

PLEASE NOTE this is a fixed term post, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund until the end of March 2022.

Greater Lincolnshire MOVE Project – Project Support Officer (15 hours per week) - £18,000 per annum (pro rata). Pro rata approximately £7,120 per annum for 15 hours per week

We are looking for someone with experience in project administration, organising events and workshops and most importantly, the ability to understand the issues and needs of unpaid carers living in Lincolnshire.  

The role will be based at our offices in Bourne and will involve supporting both the Project Officer and Project Manager to deliver interventions to unpaid carers across Lincolnshire to reach their volunteering, training and employment goals.  

You must be able to demonstrate key skills associated with this role, have a friendly and professional manner and be willing to work with a very small number of participants if required.

In return, we offer flexible working, cover work travel expenses and provide opportunities for personal and professional development.  

We are a small team, seeking to make things better for people.  Finding the right person for this role is the most important thing to us, so please do get in contact if you think this is you.

To apply send your CV and a covering letter stating why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for the role to:

gill@sortified.com

or

Gill Collins, 1st Floor, 2 North Road, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9AP.

This post will be subject to a DBS check

The closing date for role is Friday 14th June. Interviews are scheduled for the week commencing 17th June 2019