Location: St Luke’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Auchmuty, Glenrothes.
Role: Could you be part of building and strengthening connections across our community? We have an exciting opportunity for an out-going and versatile individual to be part of our community project known as Peace ‘n’ Jam.
In this role as Admin & Outreach Worker, you will be essential to the smooth running of the wider (non-pantry) activities under our Peace ‘n’ Jam project.
There is already exciting work taking place, and we are looking for someone with proven administrative experience and also the ability to reach out to and support people and community organisations, groups and individuals using our spaces and facilities.
Operating from the project’s base at St. Luke’s Church in Auchmuty, (or from home where practical and feasible), you will work with minimum supervision as part of a small team. You will undertake a variety of duties and should have a “hands on” approach
Applicants should be reliable with a positive and flexible approach to work.
This role requires a Basic disclosure
Salary: £22,660 pro-rata
Hours: Up to 15 hours per week on a flexible basis to include some evenings and some weekends (to support community needs).
Pension: The employee will be assessed under auto-enrolment pension legislation and if eligible, minimum contributions will be made.
Annual Leave: 25 days, plus public bank holidays pro rata
Contract: Part-Time, fixed-term post funded initially to December 2023.
Funding: The National Lottery Community Fund
Closing Date: Friday 16th September 2022 at 12 noon
Interview Dates: mid/late-September 2022
Next Steps: For more information on the role, you can find the job description and person specification for the post in our Application Pack here.
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