HEAR is looking for a sessional worker to support our Stronger Together project-deadline 10th November

HEAR is looking for an hourly paid sessional  worker to provide support for their Stronger Together project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund Awards for All.

 

About HEAR:

 

HEAR, the London voluntary and community sector’s pan-equalities and human rights network, is connecting and supporting equalities specialists across all equality characteristics and across London to get their voices heard, and to influence policy and the environment within which people work for equality and human rights.  We are doing this by acting as a strong and authoritative, regional pan-equalities voice and a combined source of knowledge and expertise on issues pertinent to equality, impacting on the voluntary and community sector and its effectiveness.  HEAR’s values continue to be under-pinned by the conviction that those who have direct experience of inequality and discrimination are best placed to develop strategies to achieve equality.

 

About Stronger Together:

 

Stronger Together aims to support those HEAR network members across London from small community groups and grass roots and user-led organisations, and individual community campaigners, to bring them together for solidarity, increase confidence, reduce isolation, strengthen skills and celebrate success.

 

The work will be offered on a flexible sessional hourly paid basis until March 2021, approximately 21 hours per week at £12 per hour.

 

We will consider work on a self-employed or PAYE basis for the appointed person

 

Currently HEAR is operating on a ‘work from home’ basis whilst government restrictions remain in place

 

You will have good current  skills in WordPress, a general good level of digital   skills and ability to learn new applications and work under minimal supervision. You will ideally have previous experience of working in or with the voluntary and community sector, a commitment to equality and an understanding of digital accessibility and varied communication needs.

 

You can find the Job Description and Person Specification here:

 

Hourly Paid Sessional Worker Job Description and person specification

 

 

To apply please submit a CV and covering letter, outlining  how you meet the Person Specification, to:

 

contact@hearequality.org.uk

 

Please include the names of 2 referees (we will not contact your referees unless you are offered the position)

 

Application deadline: by  5pm on 10th November 2020

 

If you have any questions of clarification please address these to the same email or call 07466 119268

 

Interviews will be conducted Via Zoom week commencing 16th November 2020

 

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