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Our client, a national trust, is about to launch a major new national programme to benefit children and has an exciting opportunity available to join a project team that will be dedicated to this new programme. This project officer role will be focused on programme delivery around community, family and business volunteer engagement. This role will be mainly focused on the Birmingham, Stoke and Manchester regions. Key responsibilities for this Project Officer opportunity: Identify opportunities to recruit volunteers from locally based businesses Engage potential volunteers and organise training events Train volunteers to deliver events and engage with families Gather case studies from events, families and volunteers Present to local business partners about the programme Work with the Project Manager to develop a robust knowledge of area volunteers Maintain project plans and budgets, and report on these as required Provide other adhoc administration support as required Essential criteria for this role: Demonstrable experience recruiting and supporting volunteers Good knowledge of volunteer management and safeguarding Proven experience in providing project support in a charity or educational context Track record in community engagement and/or workshop events Experience of maintaining project plans, budgets and reporting against them Excellent working knowledge of MS Office Word, Excel and Outlook Good knowledge of schools and education, and parental engagement Strong attention to detail, with excellent written and spoken English *Desirable: knowledge of effective early years practice To apply for this Insight Project Executive role, please email your CV to quoting reference number 68451DT. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
A specialist arts education institution based in Leeds is looking for a new senior subject librarian to assist and advise the University Curator in the efficient and effective organisation and running of the libraries on two campuses. The role is a fixed term contract for 3 months starting in Febuary 2019, paying £33,199 per annum. The successful candidate will be able to commit to a flexible working pattern involving evening and weekend working. This an exciting opportunity for an experienced senior Librarian to support the University Curator in the operational running of the library including supporting and managing staff, ordering stock, inducting and advising and assisting student and staff users with resources and facilities. Your responsibilities will include: • Maintaining and managing the development of the library management system and playing a lead role in the development of e-resources. • Deputising for the University Librarian in their absence as acting as an operational lead in budgetary control. • Ensuring the smooth running of the arts shop situated within the library. • Participating in course reviews and validations if required and providing support in the preparation for and execution of external reviews by awarding and accreditation bodies as required. The successful candidate will have: • A recognised library qualification and be a member of a relevant professional body. • Demonstrated knowledge of, and active interest in, electronic media and library applications, as well as good computer skills including use of Word and Excel. • Excellent and proven customer care skills, as well as great organisational and administrative skills. • Good line management and leadership skills and be able to work well in a team If you are looking to join a friendly team in a dynamic and creative environment please get in touch