PROJECTS SUPPORT OFFICER

16 hours per week – £6,832 (actual annual salary)

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KCU is a locally embedded charity with a vision that everyone in our community is able to reach their full potential and improve their quality of life. We do this through relieving and preventing social and economic disadvantage through the provision of support, advice and services. With the help from the National Lottery Community fund and the Tudor Trust, we are at an exciting time in our development and are seeking to recruit a Projects Support Officer to add to our small, but highly committed team.

In this role, you will play a key part in providing practical and administrative support to KCU’s projects and their partnership meetings. Your role will also include ensuring monitoring and performance information is captured and kept up to date. You will have the ability to balance competing demands and to achieve agreed targets on time.

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For further information please click on the link provided.  The closing date for applications is mid-day (12.00pm) on Friday 14th June 2019.  Interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th June 2019.

Application Pack Project Support Officer

Application Guidance

Application form Project Support Officer

GDPR Recruitment and Selection Form

KCU Equality and Diversity monitoring form

CRISIS SERVICES COORDINATOR

25 hours per week – £11,050  (actual annual salary)

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KCU is a locally embedded charity with a vision that everyone in our community is able to reach their full potential and improve their quality of life.  We do this through relieving and preventing social and economic disadvantage through the provision of support, advice and services.  With help from the National Lottery Community fund, we are at an exciting time in our development and are seeking to recruit a Crisis Services Coordinator to add to our small, but highly committed team.

In this role, you will play a central part in developing our Dignity in Crisis Project, which focuses on providing practical support to people facing temporary or ongoing financial difficulties. Your role will include managing referrals for support and ensuring sufficient supply of essential food, household goods and clothing through public and other donations. You will have the ability to create and maintain effective relationships with a diverse range of people and organisations.

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For further information please click on the link provided.  The closing date for applications is mid-day (12.00pm) on Friday 14th June 2019.  Interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th June 2019.

Application Pack Crisis Support Coordinator

Application Guidance

Application form Crisis Services Coordinator

GDPR Recruitment and Selection Form

KCU Equality and Diversity monitoring form

 


Please ensure your application form, general data protection and equality and diversity forms are sent to lynn.chapman.kcu@btconnect.com and not any other KCU email addresses as these may not be picked up.

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