Hiring Friday: 29th June

This proved quite popular last week so I thought it was worth a repeat – here are some of the job opportunities I’ve come across in the last week.

On Thursday Fallowfield Library held a ‘work club’  jobs fair event with information about local vacancies and training opportunities. A lot of the jobs and apprenticeships that were advertised there are on The Works website, so if you’re in Manchester it’s definitely worth a look.

Living Streets are a London-based organisation who work to make our public spaces safer and more attractive. They’re looking for an admin assistant and a number of coordinator posts – have a look here.

The World Society for the Protection of Animals are after a Digital Project Manager – the deadline for this one is Monday! Hurry!

And if you want a job in politics – both Luciana Berger and Chi Onwurah are looking for paid interns, on the London Living Wage. These and other opportunities with Labour MPs are up on W4MP.

Hiring Friday

I know lots of talented people, and some of them need jobs. (I am one of them.) What’s more, despite the fairly dire employment situation (unemployment up more than 10% on this time last year in Manchester, since you ask), I do occasionally see adverts for jobs. I am not qualified for most of them, but I probably know someone who is. Have a look at the links below – and click on them sharpish if they appeal, some of the deadlines are getting close!

Finance Administrator at George House Trust

Inclusion and Independence Group Coordinator at the Factory Youth Zone

Northern Service Young Women’s Development Worker at Women in Prison

UK Director of Business Development, Change.org

Senior Policy & Campaigns Officer, British Youth Council

And there are lots going at the Co-operative Legal Services.

Hope this is helpful to someone! Will try and mix it up a bit with some more school-leaver/recent-grad-friendly jobs next week.