Vacancies

Thanks for taking an interest in working for us! We’re a close-knit bunch and work by the values of excellence, integrity, ownership, compassion and team. If that sounds like you, we’d love you to apply for one of our vacancies to join us in delivering our vision to impact individuals and influence systems.

By working with us, you will be offering solutions that are characterised by renewed hope, developed confidence and improved skills; our programmes release people to be agents of change in their communities.

PS: We don’t always wear orange t-shirts! We got together with the rest of the LifeLine family and put on a fantastic fun day for local families last year.

If you decide to apply, please return your completed applications to Carey Luke, unless otherwise specified.

Nursery Room Leader

Opens for applications: Friday 17th September 2021
Salary: £19,000
Hours: 40 hours per week - Monday - Friday
Location: Ilford
Duration: Permanent
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Description

We are currently looking to recruit a Nursery Room Leader to be based at our Ilford Nursery to work effectively as part of the nursery team, providing a stimulating and caring environment for children aged 3 to 5 years of age. Supporting team members to provide a high standard of care and education.

The Room Leader will be the main contact for the designated Nursery room, working alongside a team of Practitioners. Planning, preparing and participating in a range of activities in line with the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Service) Framework, to promote each child’s physical, intellectual and emotional needs to enable them to reach their full potential, while implementing activities which encourage linguistic and social interaction between children and their carers. Supporting the Nursery Practitioners and students in the implementation and evaluation of children’s planning and progress.

The successful candidate will be required to be qualified to an NNEB / CACHE, BTEC or NVQ in Childcare at Level 3 or above. Recent experience of working in a care / education early years setting, experience of planning, short, medium and long-term plans in an early years setting to meet the needs of both individual children and those in a group setting and experience of providing a nursery curriculum for 0-3 and/or 3-5 year olds. Knowledge / experience of meeting the needs of children and families.

If you would be interested in applying for this role please email careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk

Nursery Manager – Ilford

Salary: £28,000 - £32,000
Hours: 40
Location: Ilford
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Description

Little Learners, Leading the way, learning through play.

LifeLine Projects is a charitable organisation serving the community by delivering public services (such as childcare, health and social care, housing, youth programmes and employability). Under the maxim ‘Leading the way – learning through play', our Ilford Nursery is purpose built with a large garden, giant indoor sandpit and brand new soft play area.

The Nursery Manager will equip all children to function as a member of a socially inclusive group and enable them to develop positive, co-operative and supportive relationships with peers and adults. In your role, you will be required to provide:

  • Training and support for staff
  • Propagate exemplary practice in childcare and education
  • Develop and manage all aspects of the nursery including marketing and administration
  • Ensure a high quality of education and childcare by following all Ofsted requirements as set out in the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage

The successful candidate will be required to hold a NNEB/CACHE, BTEC or NVQ in Childcare at Level 3 or above and have previous management experience within a day care setting and of child protection and safeguarding.

To apply, please visit our website where you can download the relevant application form or email careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk for an application pack

Previous applicants need not reapply.

Deputy Nursery Manager / Room Leader

Hours: 40 Hours
Location: Ilford
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Description

We are currently looking for a Deputy Nursery Manager / Room Leader to work in partnership with the manager to develop, coordinate and manage all aspects of the nursery, ensuring a high quality of integrated education and childcare.

  • The Deputy Nursery Manager / Room Leader will
  • Work with the Manager and additional Deputy Nursery Manager / Room Leader to develop the nursery in accordance with the Early Years Foundation Stage framework (EYFS)Take responsibility and coordinate the planning, monitoring and evaluation of the work of the nursery to ensure systems are in place to produce monitoring information
  • Work in conjunction with the manager for the management and development of the day care provision
  • Monitor and evaluate staffs ability to motivate and progress children’s development through planning, observations and profiles in accordance with EYFS and Every Child Matters
  • Work with the Manager to recruit, support and supervise staff employed at the nursery and ensure the fulfilment of contractual obligations. This will include in-house training and team meetings with other partner agencies as appropriate
  • Undertake one to ones and appraisals with the team working with the Manager
  • Provide support and ensure that all staff, volunteers and students working in the nursery comply with all relevant policies and procedures
  • Review and update all policies and procedure with the manager and informing the team of changes
  • Ensure good communication between staff, parents and other outside agencies and professionals, to ensure that the service reflects changes in the evolving programme

The successful applicants will be required to:

  • Hold an NNEB/CACHE, BTEC or NVQ in Childcare at Level 3 or above, have recent post qualifying experience within a Nursery environment and a Paediatric first aid qualification

The desirable qualifications are a basic food hygiene certificate, Level 3 in Safeguarding and a Level 3 in Special Educational Needs.

The successful applicants should have experience as a Room Leader in a day care setting, experience and knowledge of child protection and safeguarding policies and procedures, the ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of people including parents and other professionals, excellent written and oral communication skills, an understanding and knowledge of Ofsted standards for inspection requirements, knowledge of the Children Act 1989 and The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and experience in managing and developing a team.

If you would be interested in applying for this role, please return a completed application form by email to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk.

Sessional Nursery Practitioner

Salary: £8.91 per hour
Hours: As and when required
Location: Ilford, IG1 1NL
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Description

Little Learners Nursery and Preschool for children aged 3 months- 5 years are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, energetic and committed Sessional Nursery Practitioners to work on an as and when required basis and to come and join our excellent staff team!

We want your early year’s specific skills, your passion, your creativity & determination to make a difference to children’s lives. The Sessional Nursery Practitioners will work effectively as part of the Nursery team, providing a stimulating and caring environment for children. Support team members to provide a high standard of care and education. This includes creating a warm, friendly and stimulating atmosphere in which the children can develop emotionally, socially and educationally through individual attention and group activities.

Duties include: -

  1. To help plan, prepare and participate in a range of activities that promote each child’s physical, intellectual and emotional needs to enable each child to reach their full potential.
  2. To assist with the implementation of activities which encourage linguistic and social interaction between the children and their carers.
  3. To complete Tapestry entries for children within the setting by observing, monitoring and recording each individual’s development.
  4. To attend parents evenings/open days and staff training as required.
  5. To communicate with parents/carers about the day to day needs of the children by fostering parental involvement and encouraging positive parenting skills.
  6. To help children acquire self-help skills including dressing, feeding, toilet training and an awareness of personal hygiene.
  7. To help ensure that the Nursery meets safety and hygiene requirements and to report any issues to a senior member of staff.
  8. To be flexible within working practices in the Nursery. Be prepared to assist where needed, including undertaking certain domestic jobs within the Nursery.
  9. To be aware of and comply with all LifeLine’s policies and procedures including Safeguarding, Child Protection Policy, Confidentiality Procedures and Equal Opportunities.
  10. To keep up to date with developments in childcare and parent education through regular training as appropriate.
  11. Be available and willing to work across all Little Learners Nurseries.
  12. Additional hours may be required to maintain ratios.
  13. To undertake such other duties and responsibilities of an equivalent nature as required from time to time.

The successful applicants will have:-

  • NNEB/CACHE, BTEC or NVQ in Childcare at Level 3
  • GCSE – Maths and English – Grade C and above / or Functional Skills – Level 2 – English, Maths and ICT
  • Paediatric First Aid Certificate
  • Recent knowledge of Safeguarding

Experience - Essential

  • Experience of working in a care/ education early years setting
  • Experience of planning age appropriate, short, medium and long-term plans in an early year’s setting to meet the needs of both individual children and those in a group setting in compliance with EYFS.
  • Experience of providing a nursery curriculum for 0-3 and/or 3–5-year-olds.
  • Knowledge/experience of meeting the needs of children and families.
  • Experience of maintaining accurate records and children’s profiles.

Experience - Desirable

  • Experience of working in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Experience of working with children with special needs educational needs.
  • Recent first aid qualification
  • Knowledge of EYFS and/or Foundation Stage and the ability to implement this.

Relationships - Essential

  • Ability to demonstrate verbal reasoning and listening skills.
  • Ability to work with people from a wide range of backgrounds and organisations.
  • Ability to build relationships with children.

Skills & Knowledge - Essential

  • Be able to work independently using your own initiative as well as within a team.
  • Ability to identify and deal with problems and to know when to refer on.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks and work under pressure to meet deadlines.

Communication - Essential

  • Ability to communicate clearly and simply both verbally and in writing.

If you would be interested in applying for this role, please complete the attached application form and return the to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk.

Charity Business Development Manager

Salary: £37,000 - £45,000 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hours per week or between 22.5 hours – 37.5 hours per week negotiable
Location: LifeLine House, Dagenham
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Description

The Charity Business Development Manager will lead our small in-house business development team, developing funding and new business proposals to support the growth and sustainability of the charity’s activities.

This will comprise a blend of grant and trust funding proposals, pursuing corporate funding partnerships, and responding to relevant commissioning opportunities and tenders. The appointed individual will also support the SMT in continued business and fundraising strategy planning.

In your role, you will be required to:

  • Work with operational managers to identify relevant funders and funding opportunities to support continued growth and evolution of LifeLine’s core activities in public health, community programming and young people’s services
  • Generate new business leads through relationships with a range of funders and partners, including corporate contacts
  • Manage an active bid pipeline to ensure an efficient and effective work rate across the team, with a focus on quality, consistency and impact of submissions.
  • Produce high quality, competitive funding proposals and tender submissions (typical values range from approximately £25,000 to £2 million)
  • Oversee the bid production process, supervising the work of our bid writers and ensuring input from relevant operational and technical managers
  • Support, through guidance and insight, the application of evidence and relevant project evaluation to the bid writing process and to organisational knowledge and expertise
  • Manage relationships with funding partners, delivery partners, stakeholders and external consultants to ensure LifeLine’s business interests and objectives are achieved and that we continue to build on our strong reputation for approachability, positivity, and being practically minded
  • Identify and manage risk during the tender process to support successful project implementations and handover to operational leads
  • Work with project managers and operational leads to develop implementation plans to ensure management and resourcing requirements are met and key milestones achieved
  • Work closely with the SMT to develop LifeLine’s business and fundraising strategies

The successful candidate will be required to have:

Qualifications – Desirable

  • Preferably educated to degree level and / or with research experience

Experience – Essential

  • Proven track record of effective bid management and administration at a senior level and management of multi-disciplinary teams. This must include a proven track-record of successfully securing significant funding
  • Understanding and experience of business development within the voluntary sector
  • Experience of Community and trust/grant Fundraising

Experience – Desirable

  • Understanding and experience of European public sector procurement
  • Previous experience of developing and implementing fundraising strategy in relation to public health / community programming and/or young people’s services

Essential Skills

  • Highly articulate with excellent writing & communication skills
  • Excellent analytical skills and the ability to distil and summarise information clearly and engagingly
  • Excellent research skills, including into Government Policy and the ability to obtain and update varied demographic information
  • Commercially astute and detail focused with negotiation skills
  • Resilience with the ability to manage multiple initiatives
  • Self-motivated, solutions-oriented and flexible

Knowledge

  • Demonstrable knowledge of commercial, finance and market related requirements for tenders

Completed application forms need to be returned to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk.

Please note that we are unable to accept CVs for this role. Previous applicants need not reapply.

Charity Business Development Officer

Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 (Full Time)
Hours: Full-time 37.5 hours per week or Part-time 30 – 37.5 hours per week (negotiable)
Location: Dagenham, Essex
Duration: Permanent
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Description

The Charity Business Development Officer will form part of our small in-house business development team, developing funding and new business proposals to support the growth and sustainability of the charity’s activities. This will comprise a blend of grant and trust funding proposals, pursuing corporate funding partnerships, and responding to relevant commissioning opportunities and tenders.

The role will involve:-

  1. Working with operational managers to identify relevant funders and funding opportunities to support continued growth and evolution of LifeLine’s core activities in public health, community programming and young people’s services
  2. Identifying and Researching and vetting business development opportunities in order to present to the SMT
  3. Generating new business leads through relationships with a range of funders and partners, including corporate contacts
  4. Contributing to an active bid pipeline to ensure efficient and effective work, with a focus on quality, consistency and impact of submissions
  5. Producing high quality, competitive funding proposals and tender submissions (typical values range from approximately £25,000 to £1 million)
  6. Contributing to the bid production process, liaising with partners and external bid writers whilst ensuring input from relevant operational and technical managers
  7. Supporting, through guidance and insight, the application of evidence and relevant project evaluation to the bid writing process and to organisational knowledge and expertise
  8. Managing relationships with funding partners, delivery partners, stakeholders and external consultants to ensure LifeLine’s business interests and objectives are achieved and that we continue to build on our strong reputation for approachability, positivity, and being practically minded
  9. Identifying and managing risk during the tender process to support successful project implementations and handover to operational leads
  10. Working with project managers and operational leads to develop implementation plans to ensure management and resourcing requirements are met and key milestones achieved
  11.  Working closely with the Business Development Manager to deliver LifeLine’s business and fundraising strategies
  12. Contributing to the vision and values of LifeLine as a community focused organisation

The successful applicant will be required to:-

Qualification

Preferably educated to degree level and / or with research experience

Experience

  • Previous experience of developing and implementing fundraising strategy in relation to public health / community programming and/or young people’s services
  • At least two years proven track record of effective bid writing and administration
  • Understanding and experience of business development within the voluntary sector
  • Experience of Community and trust/grant Fundraising

Skills

  • Highly articulate with excellent writing & communication skills
  • Excellent analytical skills and the ability to distil and summarise information clearly and engagingly
  • Excellent research skills, including into Government Policy and the ability to obtain and update varied demographic information
  • Commercially astute and detail focused with negotiation skills
  • Resilience with the ability to manage multiple initiatives
  • Self-motivated, solutions-oriented and flexible
  • Able to manage staff, associates and the business development process including finance and operations

Knowledge

  • Demonstrable knowledge of commercial, finance and market related requirements for tenders

Completed application forms need to be returned to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk

Please note that we are unable to accept CVs for this role. Previous applicants need not reapply.

Youth Development Worker

Salary: £22,000 - £25,000 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hours including some unsociable
Location: Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Thurrock and Redbridge
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Description

We are currently looking to recruit a Youth Development Worker to mentor and support young people in their schools and on their estates that are on the edge of school exclusion, mental health issues or Serious Youth Violence through 1-2-1’s, after school and positive activities and holiday programmes.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Experience of working with young people on the edge of school exclusion and serious youth violence OR young people with boarder line or undiagnosed mental health issues.
  • A minimum of two years’ working with challenging young people in a full time paid capacity as well a experience of detached youth work.
  • Particular experience of working with young people with boarder line or undiagnosed mental health issues OR those at risk of serious youth violence and managing safeguarding incidents.
  • Experience delivering positive activities/youth clubs.
  • The ability to use database packages
  • Additional interests that could be used to run activities for young people, e.g. sports, film, music, etc.

To apply for this role, please complete the attached application form, which is mandatory, and return the completed form to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk

Outreach Youth Development Worker

Opens for applications: Wednesday 8th September 2021
Hours: Up to 24 hours per week negotiable, including evenings and occasional weekends and residentials.
Location: Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge, Thurrock
Duration: Permanent
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Description

We are currently recruiting for an Outreach Youth Development Worker to join our team and carry out detached outreach and positive activity work adapated for the COVID-19 situation.

You will:

  • Actively engage in the detached and outreach programme.
  •  Support young people in their schools and on their estates that are on the edge of school exclusion, mental health issues or Serious Youth Violence through after school 1-2-1s, positive activities and holiday programs.
  • Liaise and build rapport with Statutory, community and voluntary youth organisations in order to provide warm introductions to the young people we work with.
  • Carry out community profiles and mapping of young people in their communities developing and co-designing programs that meet the needs of the youth in her communities.
  • Work with our adapted COVID-19 detached and outreach plan.

A succesful applicant will:

  • Have at least a Level 3 youth work qualification or equivalent, and at least a Level 2 English qualification.
  • Have experience with young people on estates, streets, and in community and outreach settings
  • Have experience working with challenging young people in a full-time paid capacity.
  • Have experience working with young people with borderline or undiagnosed mental health issues.
  • Have experience managing safeguarding incidents.
  • Have experience delivering positive activities or youth clubs.
  • Have experiences with specialist activities, e.g. dance, sports, arts.

This vacancy will remain open until all posts are filled. Interviews will be conducted and reviewed on an ongoing ad-hoc basis.

Please return completed application forms to CareyLuke@lifelineprojects.co.uk

Trainee Nursery and Social Media Administrator – via The Kickstart Scheme

Salary: National Minimum Wage
Hours: 25 hours
Location: Ilford, IG1 1NL
Duration: 6 months
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Description

We are currently looking for a Trainee Nursery and Social Media Administrator – Kickstart Scheme

To support the Nursery Manager in the day-to-day running of the Nursery, providing support on the Kindersoft system and social media assistance across all Little Learners Nurseries.

The role will involve:-

  1. Assist and support the Nursery Manager in all day-to-day aspects of the administration for the Nursery including:
    • dealing with general email queries
    • filing, scanning, photocopying and archiving.
    • Booking settling in appointments
    • Preparing paperwork so it is readily available for new settlers and enquiries / viewings.
    • Completing offer paperwork for new children joining the nursery, ensuring that all paperwork is fully completed and filed securely in a timely manner.
    • Printing weekly registers making them accessible to the Nursery rooms / staff.
    • Printing display board documents where necessary.
  2. Provide and coordinate all reception duties and act as a first point of contact within the Nursery including:
    • answering the telephone in a polite and timely manner, directing callers to the relevant information
    • offering advice and guidance to visitors attending the Nursery
    • ensuring that visitors sign in and out of the building on the correct register or visitor’s book
    • Ensuring that the reception area is always clean, tidy and presentable with up to date information available.
  3. Maintain robust communication links between all Little Learners Nurseries and LifeLine Projects.
  4. Maintain and order supplies and equipment for the Nursery, including the weekly Asda shopping, developing a robust inventory system for the setting.
  5. Attend training, staff meetings and inter-agency meetings where necessary. This may include setting up, taking, typing and disseminating the minutes.
  6. Support the development of an accurate, up-to-date and accessible bank of local information to support families with young children.

Kindersoft / Nursery Finance

Be the Kindersoft Super User for the Nurseries, keeping updated on any changes to the system.

  1. Ensure that all Kindersoft bookings are updated correctly with all new starters, leavers, changes of days and ad-hoc bookings details. Ensuring that individual details are regularly checked and child bookings updated once they become eligible for funding across all Little Learners Nurseries.
  2. New child data is inputted from their registration forms and that registration and deposit charges are applied.
  3. Ensure that the enquiry tracker is regularly updated.
  4. Ensure that weekly occupancy reports are produced in a timely manner for management meetings.
  5. Ensure that room occupancy reports are updated with changes for the month ahead and regularly monitored for spaced to be offered to new starters and movement to the next age group, relaying this information to both the Nursery and Deputy Manager.
  6. Ensure that invoices are generated across all Little Learners Nurseries and emailed to parents / carers in a timely manner.
  7. Ensure parent declaration forms are fully completed / signed and filed for funding audit.
  8. Parent / carer queries relating to booking updates are responded to in a timely manner and that any additional correspondences and updates are sent to parents when necessary.
  9. BACS payments and vouchers are added to parent accounts and receipts emailed to parents across all Little Learners Nurseries.
  10. Cash and card payments are received on an as and when required basis, and receipts are filed on children’s files promptly.
  11. Debtors and email statements are regularly monitored and outstanding payments followed up directly and through liaising with the LifeLine Finance Department.
  12. Ensure that monthly gross income reports are completed across all Little Learners Nurseries.
  13. Funding headcounts for Ilford are completed every term, with accurate child data and hours uploaded to portal.
  14. PRs are completed for all orders and invoices within the Nursery and forwarded to the Finance Department in a timely manner.
  15. Petty cash spreadsheets and refills are completed
  16. Banking of cash payments from the Ilford Nursery is completed at the end of the month.

Social Media and Marketing

  1. Be responsible for all social media communications for the Little Learners Nurseries via Facebook, Twitter and Pininterest activity. Liaising with the Nursery Managers for ways to promote the nurseries through fortnightly blog posts.
  2. Regularly update the Little Learners Nursery website page, ensuring that all information is current and relevant to the nurseries and that the website is engaging to external visitors.
  3. Support the development and production of the regular Nursery newsletters and other publicity material for the all Little Learners Nurseries promoting the Nurseries and up and coming community events available in line with LifeLine’s branding, ensuring quality is maintained all times.
  4. Assist in the production of graphic design / page layout for sales / marketing flyers and brochures.

Please note the above mentioned duties are not exhaustive and the post holder may be required by management to carry reasonable duties in line with the role.
The post holder will be consulted by LifeLine on any material compulsory changes to the Job Description.

The successful applicant will be:-

Education – Desirable

  • Diploma / NVQ in Business Administration or equivalent

Experience - Essential

  • Experience of working in an office environment in a customer facing reception / administration role
  • Experience of dealing with enquiries from the general public and providing advice and guidance where necessary
  • The ability to work on your own as well as part of a team
  • Experience of using a nursery package, ideally Kindersoft

Skills - Essential

  • The ability to communicate effectively with people from different backgrounds
  • The ability to work on your own as well as part of a team
  • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills – written, face to face and telephone
  • The ability to present information in writing to a range of audiences, adapting the format as appropriate
  • Effective time-management skills, producing high quality work during stretching deadlines
  • Able to manage own workload, work to deadlines and work well under pressure
  • Willingness to support others and share skills
  • Good IT skills with direct experience of Microsoft Office packages including Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Ability to service meetings to include taking clear and concise minutes, sometimes of complex and politically sensitive issues
  • Experience of dealing with conflict and resolving issues

Knowledge - Essential

  • Experience of working with children and families
  • Experience of working in a multi-cultural environment
  • Knowledge of Data Protection Act 1998 and Freedom of Information Act 2005

If you would like to apply for the role please complete the attached application form and return this to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk.

Trainee Design and Social Media Assistant – via The Kickstart Scheme

Salary: National Minimum Wage
Hours: 25 hours
Location: Dagenham, Essex
Duration: 6 month role
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Description

We are currently looking for a Trainee Design and Social Media Assistant – via The Kickstart Scheme

The role will:-

  1. Provide all round support to the Communications Team to ensure the smooth running of the Communications Department.
  2. Perform administrative tasks effectively including dealing with telephone queries, email queries, filing, scanning and photocopying.
  3. Assist in the production of graphic design / page layout for sales / marketing flyers and brochures.
  4. Regularly update LifeLine’s website pages, ensuring that all information is current and relevant and engaging to external visitors.
  5. Support the production of regular newsletters and other publicity materials.
  6. Promote LifeLine at up-and-coming events in line with LifeLine’s branding requirements, ensuring quality is maintained at all times.
  7. Liaise with printers and other appropriate outside organisations.
  8. Research best options and ensure cost effectiveness and value for money in all activities.
  9. Provide support to the other department where necessary and at the request of the Social Media Communications Co-ordinator.
  10. Provide administrative support for events.
  11. Observe and operate the organisation’s procedures, including Equal Opportunities, Data Protection and Health and Safety.
  12. Participate in all training and development activities relevant to the role, as identified during staff reviews and one to one sessions.
  13. Have an excellent understanding and ability to abide by LifeLine’s values and ethos.

The successful applicant will be required to have:

  • GCSE in Maths and English, Grade C or above

Communication - Essential

  • Ability to communicate clearly and simply both verbally and in writing
  • Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate both face to face and over the phone
  • Ability to work well as part of a team.

Personal Skills and Abilities - Essential

  • Good organisational skills with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks with different deadlines.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Packages, particularly Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
  • Excellent levels of attention to detail.
  • To be reliable, punctual, with a good attendance record.
  • The ability to remain calm in challenging circumstances.
  • Ability to work in a self-directed fashion, organising own workload and taking initiative.
  • Good understanding of the vision and values of the organisation.
  • An understanding and ability to promote the values and aims of the organisation.

Experience or Knowledge - Desirable

  • Adobe Creative Suite, particularly InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.
  • Working understanding of confidentiality and professionalism.
  • Experience of copywriting for marketing purposes.

If you would like to apply for the role please complete the attached application form and return this to careyluke@lifelineprojects.co.uk

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