5 Jobs at the Council of Somali Organisations Deadlines 5th August

The Council of Somali Organisations is recruiting 5 part time posts:-

  • Digital and Information Development Officer London, Greater London £30,000 per year plus 5% pension Contract, Part-time 0.8 Home Working an option.

  • Job description: The development of digital and information resources to support the charity's information and advice gateway. To work with managers, staff and the charity's users in producing content and resources that optimise the CRM, website and social media functions allied to our website, our UK Community Hub Website and social media accounts such as Twitter.

  • Training Coordinator London, Greater London £30,000 per year plus 5% pension Contract, Part-time 0.8, Home Working an option.

  • Job description: The Training Coordinator will coordinate, administer and deliver CSO Resilience 2020 program training and take a key role in managing relationships with customers & CSO Members in implementing this program.

  • Membership Coordinator London, Greater London £30,000 per year plus 5% pension Contract, Part-time 0.8, Home Working an option.

  • Job description The Membership Coordinator will coordinate, administer and deliver CSO Working Groups, which are based on thematics as per CSO's Restructure 2020 (see our website) and take a key role in managing relationships with CSO Members and the Director and the organisation.

  • Executive Assistant to Director London, Greater London £30,000 per year plus 5% pension Contract, Part-time, 0.8, Home Working an option.

  • Job description The role will involve organising and coordinating the team's schedule by organising key external and internal meetings, administrative support as well as communicating with key stakeholders on behalf of the Director.

  • Somali Speaking Mosques Outreach Officer London, Greater London £30,000 per year plus 5% Pension, Part-time 0.8, Contract

  • Job description This post is primarily responsible to support in the collation of evidence and writing of a report into the needs of Somali-led Mosques in the UK (3 days). Secondary responsibilities include dissemination of information about the EUSS Scheme through the mosques (1 day).

    For an application pack, please visit our website:

    www.councilofsomaliorgs.com

    Closing date for applications: 5th August 2018 1pm all applications to be returned to jobs@councilofsomaliorgs.com.

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