NEWS: We’re hiring! Project Officer (x2)

Come and join an award-winning team

Project Officer

Contract details: 2x positions – one full time, one part time 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 a self-starter with bags of discipline and meticulous attention to detail to join our friendly team of specialist thinkers and do-ers.

As a Project Officer you will be contributing to exciting projects and supporting organisations to make real change.

We are delivering and developing some big projects and small projects, growing our impact and reach by up to 40% year on year. We need new colleagues who have extraordinary enthusiasm for people, experiences, ideas, learning – and are all-round passionate human beings – to join us.

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 member of Little Mix – as long as you have integrity, can learn quickly, care about what you do and have a brilliant track-record of organising, analysing and administrating to make brilliant things happen. And as long as its Jesy.

Does this sound like you?

Check out our jobs page for full details and job description.

 

How to apply:

Send your CV and a covering letter to hireme@alwayspossible.co.uk

Your covering letter should incorporate the following information:

  • What interests you most about the role and working with always possible?
  • Please send a link to something that has recently inspired you and briefly explain why.
  • How can working remotely still enable you to thrive?

Timeline:

Application deadline: Sunday 10th July 2022
Interview date: wc 18th July 2022
Preferred start date: tbc

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BLOG: Click to read more about the workplace culture always possible is cultivating in a post by Head of Project Delivery, Sarah Freeman.

BLOG: Click to read a blog by Project Officer Letitia Mc Conalogue about what kind of workplace helps women to thrive.

PODCAST: Trade unionist and employment rights advocate KATE BELL on collective action, the future of work and why change is good.

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