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JOB: Operations Officer

Hours: Part time, 3 days a week

Contract: Permanent

Salary: Approx £24,000 pro-rata (including London Weighting)

The Living Wage Foundation has an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team as an Operations Officer. We are looking for a highly motivated and organised individual to maintain, develop and improve our systems. The role will provide technical support to the Living Wage Foundation team and ensure the integrity of our systems, often overseeing development projects with external partners.

The Operations Officer will need to be highly numerate and have great analytical skills in order to support our monitoring and evaluation functions and the financial management, budgeting and forecasting for the Living Wage Foundation. The suitable candidate will have an eye for detail and enjoy seeking out improvements, be a creative problem solver and ideally have experience working with Salesforce systems.

Key responsibilities of the role include:

  • Provide a high-quality support service to the Living Wage Foundation team and our regional franchises enabling our ability to accredit Living Wage employers.
  • Proactively seek out systems improvements to make our processes more efficient and provide a better service to Living Wage employers.
  • Liaise with the team to identify required systems improvements and oversee development with Living Wage team and external developers.
  • Oversee our evaluation systems to ensure we can accurately monitor our success against business plan targets.

Application Procedure:

Download the full job description here.

Method: Download the application form here, please save the file as 'Name - Operations Officer Application'. Send completed application form to accreditation@livingwage.org.uk

Please note: The subject heading of the email must contain the applicants name and the words 'Operations Officer Application' 

Applications deadline: 12pm on Wednesday 25th April
Interview dates: W/C Monday 30th April

 

4th April 2018, 13:09
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