ASSIST is Recruiting a Resource Manager!
Job Title: Resource Manager
Responsible for: Work of ASSISTs Resource volunteer teams
Community and Events Worker
Finance and Admin Worker
Hours: Part-time: 21 hours. Some evening and weekend work will be required
Salary: £28,000 pa, pro rata’d to 21 hours
Leave: 25 days p.a.+ statutory bank holidays, pro rata’d to 21 hours per week
This is an exciting opportunity to lead our experienced and diverse volunteer teams in delivering high-level back office support services for a unique Sheffield charity supporting destitute asylum seekers. The postholder will join a small leadership team, collectively holding responsibility for the work of ASSIST.
You will be committed to the wellbeing of asylum seekers and to the values of solidarity and respect which underlie ASSIST’s work.
You will have experience in developing and implementing successful fundraising strategies, as well as in financial management. A confident and proficient user of information technology you are able to effectively manage projects from design to completion, including projects outside your area of expertise.
You will be confident in enabling other staff members and volunteers to work effectively and collaboratively across the whole organisation, thrive on teamwork in a dynamic and challenging environment, and will be ready to bring your skills to new leadership structures in a vibrant, learning organisation. You are an excellent communicator, committed to forging positive relationships with partners, and ready to hold responsibility confidently and transparently.
ASSIST is committed to equal opportunities policies and practices and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Applications must be submitted by email to jobs [at] assistsheffield.org.uk by 5pm on Monday 9th October 2017
We aim to contact shortlisted applicants by Monday 16th October and interviews will be held on Friday 27th October.
Queries about the role and the application process can also be addressed to jobs [at] assistsheffield.org.uk
Paper applications will not be accepted. Please refer to the following application pack documents for further details: