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Project Manager (Global Living Wage Initiative) - Living Wage Foundation

Project Manager - Global Living Wage Initiative

Hours: 3 days a week, flexible, 22.5 hours per week

Salary: Up to £35,505 including London Weighting pro rata

Pension: 10% employer contribution

Contract: 12-month fixed term contract

Based: London, currently working remotely

Holiday: 25 days pro-rata

Please click here to see full job advert and job description.

The Living Wage Foundation has an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic team as a Project Manager. We are looking for a highly motivated, strategy focused individual to oversee the development and expansion of our Global Living Wage Affiliate Network, a group of existing and nascent Living Wage accreditation bodies around the world.

The ideal candidate would be a proactive project manager with outstanding communication skills and a track record of network building. We are looking for someone who will expand the geographical reach of the network and strengthen member capacity through ongoing engagement with a diverse range of global and national stakeholders.

Application Procedure:

Method: Fill out application form which you can download here. Please save file as ‘Name – GLWI Project Manager Application’

Submit to: recruitment@citizensuk.org
Please note: The subject heading of the email must contain the applicants name and the words ‘GLWI Project Manager Application’

Applications deadline: Midnight on Monday 24th May 2021
Interviews: Tuesday 8th June 2021

The Living Wage Foundation is committed to being an inclusive employer. We value a diverse workforce and encourage anyone with an interest in this role to apply, regardless of whether you meet all the desirable criteria. We invest in our staff and will support you to develop the skills and knowledge required to deliver the role. We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are underrepresented at the Foundation. Please contact us if you would like to discuss flexible working arrangements ahead of applying.

There is a voluntary and anonymous Diversity Monitoring Form which helps the Living Wage Foundation to monitor against the aims and commitments of our Equal Opportunities Policy. We appreciate your help and cooperation by filling in this form.

For more about the Living Wage Foundation please visit www.livingwage.org.uk.

Posted by Abdul Quader on 28 Apr, 2021

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