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Salary: £22,000 – £26,000.
Hours per week: 37.5 hours.
Days per week: 5 days per week (Monday – Friday).
Reporting to: Operations Manager.
Location: Liverpool, L1 0AB.
The Women’s Organisation is a social enterprise that has for over a quarter of a century been driving the transformation of the business support ecosystem, to effectively support women who are starting and growing their own businesses in the Northwest of England, the wider UK and across the globe. They are continually developing an innovative portfolio of professional business advice, learning, seminars, workshops, accredited training, incubation, and consultancy services to help their clients meet their business ambitions in a rapidly changing world.
The power behind The Women’s Organisation is the people who work for it. They are expanding their diverse team of creative, ambitious, and talented people with a range of skills, knowledge, and aptitudes to meet their clients’ needs, both culturally and commercially. Come join a social business on a mission to build a more diverse, inclusive, and sustainable economy and world.
Is this you?
- Can you produce accurate work to deadlines, supporting existing and new partners to deliver their projects in a compliant way?
- Do you know your stuff and how to share it so others can understand stuff too?
- Can you support partner team members to be confident and capable to meet their project objectives?
- Are you able to communicate effectively, verbally and through your written work, with stakeholders at all levels?
If the answer is yes, you may be a match.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate great communication skills, excellent IT, organisational, and administration skills and attention to detail. They are looking for a new team member who can work in a positive and constructive way with partner team members, project clients and key stakeholders at all levels, and bring a well-developed understanding of audit, compliance, supplier and partnership liaison.
You will be the key contact for multiple partners across a range of projects undertaking monthly audit and partner checks, particularly in relation to ESIF (European Structural and Investment Funds) and other funded programmes; compliance support and assist in capacity building support for individual partners and consortiums.
You will work with partners to review project delivery quality and assist the sharing of good practice across partnerships and added value for clients. Ensuring the partnership is delivering to meet both the client and the commissioner’s needs.
You will report regularly on partner and project performance to the Partner Co-Ordinator via regular reports and internal project meetings to enable effective partner and project management; partner performance in relation activity and claims in line with their projected profile.
To read the full job description and to apply, please go to the Women’s Organisation website.
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0151 706 8111.