Opportunity to work for Waymarking
Waymarking is currently recruiting for a:
Freelance role: Business and Programme Support support
Contract: Approximately 24 days over 6 months
'You don't have to know the outcome, but you do know you can explore and be creative, make mistakes and test and trial as a welcomed part of the journey. You will get there in collaboration with Waymarking'. From a Waymarking Client
Waymarking is based in Manchester and works with communities supporting them to shape and influence how their neighbourhoods are developing, through community-led planning, regeneration and economic development, by combining creative and arts-based approaches with urban design and community-led regeneration techniques to create bespoke, place-based capacity building programmes.
Following a successful first year as a social enterprise, Waymarking is seeking freelance Business and Programme Support to continue its development and expansion to deliver its increasingly vital social mission. The person will work closely with the Director to bring specialist skills and experience to the organisation’s Business Support, including developing, delivering and reviewing business processes and systems including HR, IT, GDPR, Health and Safety; enabling day-to-day smooth-running operations; data management, project monitoring and reporting; community and contractor liaison; marketing and social media support.
You will need at least 2 years’ experience in Business Support, and will be computer literate with a good knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel, and experience of office systems and organisational policy setting.
We are looking for a freelancer who is keen and excited to support an organisation on an exciting journey of growth and development with a flexible and collaborative approach to working together; with good attention to detail; up for a challenge and committed to the social purpose and principles of social enterprise and social justice.
Some face-to-face work will be required and good local knowledge of Greater Manchester.
Monday 4th April 2022
Please download the Freelance Brief and Recruitment Pack here