Partnerships and Engagement Officer – ECVYS

Posted on: June 29, 2021

We are really excited to announce that we are looking to develop the work of ECVYS by employing a partnership and engagement officer to amplify the voice of our members in partnership meetings, strengthen our network, and raise the profile of the voluntary youth sector in terms of resourcing, collaboration & communication.

We are looking for a dynamic networker, for a new administration & communications role within ECVYS who would like to be a part of our small, but amazing and impactful charity.

  • Part-time, 21 hrs (equivalent to 3 days a week), flexible hours
  • 3 year post initially
  • Home working, but with travel to meetings within Essex, Southend & Thurrock
  • £23,000-£26,500 per annum pro rata

Feel free to contact our CEO Rachel if you would like an informal chat [email protected]

Take a look at the job description attached to this email (also available on our website www.ecvys.org.uk ) with details on how to apply

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