Job Title: Executive Assistant (EA).
Reporting to: Chief Executive Officer.
Job Type: Temporary, 9 month maternity leave cover.
Hours: 25 hours per week initially, with the possibility of hours increasing.
Salary: £20,000 – £22,500 (pro rata) depending on experience; plus pension contributions and an annual pay rise due from April 2018.
Location: ARUK’s office in Southall, West London with some flexibility for home work.
Purpose of Job: To run an efficient and effective Chief Executive’s office, and provide executive-level assistance to the CEO to maximise the effective use of his time in leading and managing the organisation internally and in representing the organisation externally.
To apply for the temporary EA post applicants should read the full job description and person specification, available here then send a CV of no more than two pages, along with covering letter explaining why they want the job and how they meet the Job Specification, to the CEO Andy Atkins, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with copy to email@example.com by the closing time of 9am Monday 11th December.
Please note that interviews are likely to be on Friday 15th December
Organisation: A Rocha UK
Salary: £22000 – 23000 (pro-rated)
Home based, but requires some travel, initially three days week with possibility of increased hours after first year.
Closing date for applications: Friday 29th December
Are you an enthusiastic graduate, with a passion for people, nature and the outdoors?
A Rocha UK has operated a support scheme for Christian land owners (hotels, retreat centres, outdoor education centres) since 2010. The Partners in Action programme focuses on providing advice, event support, equipment and training for partners wishing to develop their conservation work in a faith context. Currently we support 8 projects around the UK; from an outdoor centre in Oxford, to a conference centre in Devon and from a youth camp in Gower to an education centre in Dumfries and Galloway. Each project is actively involved in working to increase the abundance of wildlife on their sites and engage more people in a passion for nature.
We need to expand our work to provide a truly national coverage and to do so we are recruiting a new manager to support our Conservation Director in overseeing the existing portfolio and develop new strategic partnerships.
The National Partners in Action Manager will be responsible for managing/supporting existing relationships and helping to find and then develop, new partnerships for the organisation. In addition, the manager will be reporting back to A Rocha on new species that have been recorded, new events and activities that are planned and new churches and community groups that are keen to get involved. Working closely with the Conservation Director, the role is a unique opportunity to help shape and expand A Rocha UK’s work at a time of significant growth.
For a full role description please use contact below.
To apply, please send an up to date CV, together with a cover letter explaining why you would be suitable for the role to the Conservation Director: firstname.lastname@example.org