Project Coordinator – ‘A Chance to Trade’ Project
The Millin Charity has been running since 1999, helping local people facing significant challenges in their lives; providing access to a range of services and local links, enabling people access provision that most suits their own needs. We have been helping people become socially and economically empowered, and more capable of making an active contribution to the local community, bettering their quality of lives. Over the years, the charity has been delivering to women in particular, who face significant barriers to becoming financially independent.
Through funding received from the NatWest Skills Opportunities Fund, we plan to deliver our #ACHANCETOTRADE project and looking to recruit a Project coordinator to join our team.
The appointed person will work to deliver the ‘A Chance to Trade’ Project which aims to enable unemployed women to fast-track their enterprise idea from a service or a product that they make at home to trading to the public. This will be delivered through a unique Enterprise Training Programme with a focus on supporting women to explore and become self-employed.
The candidate will have Working knowledge and experience of delivering projects / new initiatives within a community setting and experience of giving advice and guidance on a one-to-one basis.
This post is a fixed term contract funded until the end of March 2019 with a possible extension of contract depending on funding.
This role is for a female applicant due to the nature of the role and the client group we plan to engage. Equality Act 2010 Sch.9 (para.1) applies.
Salary: £25,000 pro rata
Hours: 17 hrs per week
Pension 6% employer contribution
HOW TO APPLY
Please email email@example.com or ring 0191 272 5115 for an application pack
Applications to be returned by Monday 27th August 2018
Interviews to be held: Wednesday 5th September 2018
If you require any further information or would like a chat, please contact Shewley Haque via telephone or email firstname.lastname@example.org