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East Yorkshire Food Bank - WE ARE RECRUITING…

1st July 2020

We have a new exciting role here at the East Yorkshire Foodbank. We are looking for a part time Project Manager. Reporting to the Trustees, you will be responsible for the day to day operation of the foodbank, working closely with our team of volunteers.

The success applicant will…

  • Lead projects of the Foodbank as we look to expand to meet demand
  • Oversee the day to day operations of the Foodbank
  • Ensure the sustainability and resilience of the Foodbank as we continue to work in these challenging times.
  • Promote the Foodbank and the services it offers,
  • Experience working with volunteers and managing people
  • Have the ability to build relationships and identify common needs with a wide variety of partners.
  • Confident in use of email, Microsoft applications and the internet.
  • Clean UK driving licence

The role is for 25hrs per week over 5days Monday-Friday with occasional work on evenings and weekends.

Salary £14,300

To apply for this position, please send your CV and covering letter to info@eastyorkshire.foodbank.org.uk

Application closing date Monday 6th July,

Interviews to be held Friday 10th July 2020

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