Job vacancy: GCP Coordinator

 
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Come and work with us!

Globe Community Project is looking for a new Coordinator to build our networks, oversee projects, fundraise, and manage day-to-day running of our office. Working alongside our engaged and active Management Committee, you’ll be based at our St Margaret’s House office in Bethnal Green, shared with Triratna Arts. The contract is eight hours per week, which can be worked as one full day or spread across more days, giving you flexibility around other responsibilities you may have. Pay is £15 per hour, equivalent to £31,200 per annum (pro-rata). One year fixed-term contract initially. Six weeks paid holiday per annum. To start as soon as possible.

About Globe Community Project

Globe Community Project is a Buddhist-inspired charity working to benefit the local community. We are run by a Management Committee made up mostly of Triratna order members and mitras practising in and around the London Buddhist Centre. Current projects include Wellbeing for Elders and Take Back Your Life, a community mindfulness course for people with chronic pain.

How to apply

Please send a copy of your CV plus a covering letter (max 2 pages), detailing how you meet the criteria in the person specification below, to gcp@globecommunityproject.org by 9am on 2nd April 2019. Any questions, drop us a line.

Person Specification

Education

Degree level education or similar – essential

Experience

At least 2 years experience in charities or the third sector - essential

Fundraising with trusts and foundations - desirable

Financial management - desirable

Skills

Excellent communication skills, including written and spoken English – essential

Great interpersonal and networking skills – essential

Collaboration and relationship building – essential

Computer and IT literate – essential

Financial management and budget development – desirable

Using website content management systems and social media – desirable

Qualities

Collaborative and able to work well with others – essential

Good attention to detail – essential

Able to multitask effectively – essential

Able to suggest, initiate, and instigate – essential

Good all-rounder – essential

Flexibility within agreed hours and parameters – essential

Good sangha connections within Triratna Buddhist Community – desirable

Existing networks with local community organisations – desirable

 

 

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