Giz a Job: A History of the 1981 People’s March for Jobs
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Role description: A self employed, freelance contract to oversee the coordination and delivery of National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) project Giz a Job: A History of the 1981 People's March for Jobs.
Job title: Project Officer
Responsible to: Senior Solicitor
Project Dates: December 2022 – March 2024
Hours per week: 4 days per week 7 hours per day. Schedule to be discussed with the Centre upon recruitment
Hybrid working: on site at the Centre, at home and at external locations
Freelance fee: £31,200.00 (£17.14 per hour @ 4 days each week x 65 weeks)*7 hours each working day.
How to apply:
Please email your CV alongside a personal statement outlining why you would like to be considered for the role to email@example.com.
The deadline to apply is 12:00 pm 5 December 2022
Vauxhall Community Law and Information Centre provides access to justice on a range of social welfare issues. Established in 1973, we support sick and disabled people, those affected by the cut to Universal Credit including people working in the gig economy and on a zero hours contract. We are an inclusive and non-discriminatory organisation. We work with and advocate for members of the community that face injustice, irrespective of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, disability or immigration status. We take a strong stance against all forms of bigotry and work to challenge prejudice and injustice wherever we find it.
Our charitable values
1. Combat social exclusion by raising income levels, maximising benefits and helping to control debt levels through advice work
2. Make available to people advice and representation to which they would not otherwise have access so that they can better assert their rights
3. Provide a high quality, independent advice service which is free to users
4. Reduce poverty and improve people’s sense of health and well-being and promote independence for disabled people and their carers through the provision of welfare law advice
5. Promote equality and the active challenging of discrimination through advice and representation