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Mayor's Fund For London

SCHOOLS PROJECTS MANAGER
£30,000 – £35,000 pa (depending on experience)
Reports to: Head of Employability and Education
Hours: Permanent, Full-time 
Closing date: Wednesday 27 October 2019
VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION HERE

The purpose of the role is to manage the in-school delivery of Access Aspiration, a careers and employability programme that provides support and guidance for 16–24 year old young Londoners who are making key decisions about their future.

In partnership with London’s business community, we aim to create more visibility of employment pathways by working with businesses to provide aspirational work placements, employer insights and meaningful employer encounters in schools.

Core activities will involve designing, organising and facilitating the delivery of school-based interventions. The role also involves managing a network of volunteers, regularly sourcing new volunteers and developing employer supported volunteering relationships with businesses.

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply via the Charity Job website sending in a covering letter and your CV

The Mayor’s Fund for London is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone. The Equal Opportunities form is voluntary but the information we collect here is very useful to us as it helps us to make sure that we are an inclusive employer.


 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT AND OFFICE MANAGER 
£24,000 – £28,000 per year 
Reports to: Chief Executive
Hours: Based on a 35 hour week and depending on experience (we are open to conversations about a 30-35 hour week and flexible working)
Closing date: Thursday 31 October 2019
VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION HERE

The Executive Support Officer is a pivotal role within the Mayor’s Fund for London. The job holder will be responsible for the smooth operation of the executive functions of the charity, including support for governance (board and subcommittees), some HR functions (such as inductions), office management, plus team diary support.

The successful candidate is likely to have significant experience in supporting administration functions in a busy working environment, able to liaise confidently at a senior level and to have a proactive and problem solving mindset.

Although experience within a charity environment is not essential, interest and empathy in the Mayor’s Fund work would be an advantage.

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply via the Charity Job website sending in a covering letter and your CV

The Mayor’s Fund for London is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone. The Equal Opportunities form is voluntary but the information we collect here is very useful to us as it helps us to make sure that we are an inclusive employer.

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