Part-time Programmes Officer Maternity cover

Excellent opportunity to join the dynamic + lovely SEUK team to deliver SEUK’s pioneering health programme Building Health Partnerships (BHP).

BHP works across sectors and will offer the successful candidate a unique chance to engage with new health structures; Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) footprints, social enterprises, the wider public + social sector, as well as national bodies. 

This is a fixed term role for 2.5 days per week. Social Enterprise UK is looking for a skilled and effective officer.

If applying directly please submit a covering letter and CV. If considering the position as a secondment we would ask that in the first instance you discuss this opportunity with your existing employer to obtain their support in principle for your application. In return and to ensure capacity and commitment to the programme, there will be a set amount of funding to back fill your current role, this will be for a finite period.

Questions and applications (CV and letter) to Director of Corporate Services Sabira Kanji on

Host Employer: Social Enterprise UK

Location: London Bridge

Salary: £25,000 - £28,000 per annum depending on experience + 6% Employers pension

Hours: Part time 16 hours per week

Application closing date: 31st July (We will be hiring for this position on a rolling basis if a suitable candidate is found before the closing date. For this reason please send in your application as soon as possible).

About the role

The post holder leads on the project management and co-ordination of SEUK’s Building  Health Partnerships Programme, and other health-related activity.

About you

  • Experience in coordinating projects and providing project management for the Building Health Partnerships programme, delivered in partnership with the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR).
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent
  • Building constructive relationships, liaising and negotiating with a range of statutory, public, commercial and voluntary bodies.
  • Preparing and presenting reports for internal use and also to external organisations
  • Experience of managing budgets
  • Writing reports for the purpose of providing information, influencing and decision making
  • Experience of project managing programmes with multiple partners and geographies
  • Experience in coordinating projects and provide project management for the

About us

Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) is the national membership body for social enterprise. Social enterprises are businesses with a social or environmental mission. At SEUK, we offer business support, do research, develop policy, campaign, build networks, share knowledge and understanding and raise awareness of social enterprise and what it can achieve. We also provide training and consultancy to organisations in the public, private and social sectors.

SEUK was established in 2002 as the Social Enterprise Coalition and is a dynamic, membership organisation. Our members are not just social enterprises. They come from all sectors and include private businesses, charities and public sector organisations. What unites them is their belief in the power of social enterprise – business where society profits.

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