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Job: Programme Officer

Hours: Full time, flexible

Salary: Approx £24,000 including London Weighting    

Contract: Permanent

The Living Wage Foundation has an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team as a Programme Officer. We have expanded the team and have two vacancies for highly motivated and organised individuals to coordinate our accreditation scheme and help us to deliver our growth strategy. The roles will provide support to our network of Living Wage employers, Friendly Funder and Service Providers whilst supporting new organisations through the accreditation process, with a specific regional and sector responsibility.

The Programme Officers will support our Managers to deliver project strategies to grow and deepen engagement with Living Wage employers through associated schemes. There will also be some communications responsibilities to ensure our online and publicity materials are well written and up-to-date and opportunities to coordinate events to support and grow our network of Living Wage employers.

Key responsibilities of the role include:

  • Provide a high-quality client experience for employers that are interested in the Living Wage.
  • Respond to telephone and web-based enquiries by providing advice and support to employers and supporters.
  • Support the development and implementation of projects to promote and grow Living Wage accreditations and develop the quality of service offered.
  • Organise events to celebrate and grow our network of Living Wage employers, including playing an active role in the delivery of Living Wage Week.

 

Application Procedure: 

Download the full job description here

Method: Download and complete the application form here. Please save file as ‘Name – Programme Officer Application and send to accreditation@livingwage.org.uk.
Please note: The subject heading of the email should contain the words ‘Programme Officer Application’

Applications deadline: 12pm on Monday 23rd July.
Interview dates: W/C 30th July
 

21st June 2018, 10:30
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