NEWS: We’re hiring! Events & Engagement Officer

Come and join an award-winning team

Events & Engagement Officer

Contract details: 30 hours per week
Location:
Home based, with some meetings in Sussex.
Salary:
£25,000 – £27,540 pa, pro rata + generous holiday

We are looking for someone with experience in delivering and administering different types of events, both online and in person – an enthusiast for people, experiences, ideas and learning.

We can promise that you’ll be contributing to exciting projects, you will learn new skills and be part of a dynamic and friendly team who look after each other. The breadth and range of work will keep you on your toes but you will see positive change in the organisations and networks with whom we work as a direct result of your support.

We don’t care what school you went to, if you have a disability, what colour your hair is, your gender, age, ethnicity, sexuality or favourite Spice Girl. We want someone with integrity, who can learn quickly, who cares about what they do and has a brilliant track-record of supporting the delivery of incredible events and experiences.

Is it you?

Check out the job description for full details >>> Events & Engagement Officer JD

How to apply:

Please send your LinkedIn profile or CV along with a video or covering letter describing:
  • how you meet the essential criteria
  • how working with us might be a mutually valuable experience

Videos do not need to be professionally filmed or edited and should be no more than 5 minutes. You do not have to appear in the video if this causes anxiety, we’re happy for you to find any creative way to show and discuss your eligibility and suitability.

Send links or files to: hireme@alwayspossible.co.uk

Timeline:

Application deadline: Friday 3rd June 2022
Interview date: Tuesday 14th June 2022
Preferred start date: wc 11th July 2022

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