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Office Administrator

Job title: Office Administrator

Organisation: Women's Resource Centre

Closing date: Monday 30 November 2020, 12pm

Type: 28 hours per week (4 days a week)

Salary: £22,000 pro rata

Contract: until 31 March 2021

Location: remote/home-based

About the role:

Are you committed to women’s rights and substantive equality? Are you an excellent administrator with an eye for detail and a head for coordinating activities and events? If so, the vacancy at Women's Resource Centre might be perfect for you!

Women’s Resource Centre, the national umbrella body for the UK women’s sector, is looking for an Office Administrator to help with the smooth running of its busy operations!

You will be organised with excellent administrative skill, be a clear and confident communicator who works flexibly and to tight deadlines. 

This is an entry level job, as such we do not expect you to be an expert on the aspects for this job. However, we do expect you to have a willingness to learn, to show initiative and a commitment to the work and organisation.

A commitment, interest and understanding of current issues facing women and the women’s sector, particularly organisations for Black, ethnic minority and/or refugee women, is important.

How to apply: Please complete the Application Form and Equal Opportunities form and return it to us on or before 12pm on Monday 30th of November 2020. Please email your application to [email protected] and write "Office Administrator Application" in the subject line.

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Filmmaker (freelance)

We are looking for a fantastic, feminist filmmaker!

Our new project, Sisters Doing it for Themselves, is set to document the experiences of leaders & activists in the women’s charity and community sector and their contribution to social change.

An element of the project will involve year 7-10 school girls interviewing some of the leaders, and we are looking for a camera-woman to capture this on film. Filming will take place onsite of two London schools on 13th & 14th May. You need to be fully available on both days.

The film along with other materials created through our project will be promoted at events etc., then housed and archived at the Women’s Library in London.

If you are a camera-woman, with your own equipment for recording and post production, we'd love to hear from you.

Budget and time frame will be shared when we meet potential candidates. We will be meeting women interested in this piece of work in March 2020.

If you are interested, please email [email protected] detailing your experience by 26th February 2020.


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