MCFly 28- gizza job!

MERCi are looking for highly motivated and proactive individual(s) to be a Sustaining Change Development Officer, for a programme which “aims to create a cohesive network of voluntary and community sector organisations and social enterprises who are committed to operating sustainably and willing to share this best practice throughout the sector.”

The post is funded until 2012 through Big Lottery Basis Funding. Salary is 21,833 working five days a week 37.5 hrs (possible job share) with up to 5% matched pension contribution. Deadline for completed applications is 12 noon Mon Aug 3.

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As part of its developing partnership with Manchester City Council, Action for Sustainable Living needs two self-motivated individuals to cover its expanding work in South and East Manchester. Both posts will run until 31st March 2010 but, subject to achieving targets, these temporary posts may lead to an extended contract. Sustainability Coordinators lead teams of up to 15 voluntary Local Project Managers to help people take simple next steps towards leading more sustainable lifestyles and help communities find local solutions to local sustainability problems. Salary £22380. Interested? Download the job pack from http://www.afsl.org.uk/coordinator or telephone 0845 634 4510 for a printed copy. Email your application form, CV, personal statement and equal opportunities form to opportunities@afsl.org.uk

Closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday July 17. Interviews will be held on Friday July 24.

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