Black Country Together CIC Black Country Together CIC was founded in 2013 by the four Councils for Voluntary Service in the Black Country with the aim of increasing levels of funding coming into the sub-region.

We believe that locally-designed, locally-delivered solutions to social challenges offer the best outcomes for communities and the best value for funders. We are a young and vibrant organisation with a strong track record of success, which this role will contribute towards.

Family Matters is one of the 4 projects making up Building Better Opportunities in the Black Country, funded by the European Social Fund and Big Lottery. It represents a huge opportunity for the Black Country, and our 19 strong partnership delivery team will work with 1,600 Black Country people and their families to develop a journey that is right for them and can move them closer to the mainstream labour market.

 

Family Matters Project Assistant

We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised officer to join our small Programme Management Team. The ideal candidate is good communicator with excellent problem solving skills and an eye for detail; experience of Management Information Systems and understanding of audit and compliance. In addition to supporting the team with audit/compliance and the preparation of financial claims and quarterly monitoring reports, the post holder will provide general administrative support to the team.

 

Salary: £21,500 (pro-rata) 24 hrs per week
Location: Dudley (with travel across the Black Country)
Job Type: Part-time 
Category:  Projects
Sectors: Voluntary Sector

 

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Applying for the role:

For further information on how to apply and to complete the Black Country Together application form, interested parties should visit https://blackcountrytogether.info/category/news/
or alternatively call 01384 573381

Black Country Together is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

          Application deadline: 5pm on 3rd April 2017

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