£22288 - £25472 per annum
4 days ago
We are delighted to be working exclusively with Refuge, UK's largest provider of specialist services for victims of all forms of gender-based violence. Every day they support over 6,000 women and children in their national network of services. There is an opportunity to join their team as a Project Support Officer. You will be responsible for a diverse range of activities to support the delivery of projects related to the 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline, and help to support the smooth running of a specific, fixed-term project by working closely with the senior transformation manager and wider Helpline implementation team.
Job title: Project Support Officer
Salary: £22,288 to £25,472 per annum pro rata
Contract type: Fixed term until 15 May 2021
Hours: 37 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9:00-17:30)
Reports to: Senior Transformation Manager - National Domestic Abuse Helpline
Location: This role would usually be based in Refuge Head Office in London. Under current social-distancing guidelines initial working arrangements are likely to be remote, home-based.
You will provide support with activities such as the running of implementation meetings, desk-based research, stakeholder engagement, project evaluation and funder reporting.
You will need strong administration, research and communications skills, and an understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse and the barriers many women face in seeking support. Playing an important role in the continued development of a high-profile, national service for women experiencing and fleeing abuse.
Please note we are looking to move quickly with this opportunity so please apply by sending a tailored CV in Word format ASAP to avoid disappointment.
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