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The Food Partnership is a Living Wage Employer


Recruiting for Project Support role

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are recruiting a full time Project Support role. We are looking for someone with good office skills, a confident telephone manner, attention to detail and an interest in healthy and sustainable food.

This role will provide administrative support for the organisation’s work on policy, strategy and partnership work. The role involves organising and attending meetings, workshops and events across the city, providing administrative support to the Project Managers and will be integral to the establishment of a contact and relationship management system for the organisation. The post holder will be expected to be flexible and committed to the work of the Food Partnership

37.5 hours per week, salary £22,217 with 25 days paid annual leave (+ bank holidays)

Fixed term contract to 31st March, 2019 (with possible extension depending on funding).

Closing date for applications is 5pm Wednesday 19th July 2017. The interview date will be on Monday 31st July at our offices in The Brighthelm Centre, central Brighton. This is a new role and we are looking for someone to start as soon as possible.

Download the Job Application pack in Word or PDF format. The pack includes the full Job Description and Person Specification for the role. If you have any questions please contact us on or 01273 431700.

If you prefer to download the APPLICATION FORM ONLY (without the full Job Description and Person Specification), it is also available in Word or PDF format.

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Location of work:      Offices are based at Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD.

                                    The role is both office and garden based. The gardener is expected to work in the office and travel across Brighton & Hove to deliver work at various gardens.

Post Term:                 July/early August 2016 until September 2017

Salary:                         £14,784 per annum (for 22.5 hours per week)[1]

Hours:                         22.5hrs hours/week. These hours will usually be spread over Wednesday, Thursday & Friday but the post holder will sometimes be required to work on different days, including the occasional weekend and evening, as gardening session’s dictate.

Reports to:                 Harvest Manager

Responsible for:         Volunteers and BHT Intern

Application deadline: 10am Wednesday 15th June

Interviews:                 Wednesday 22nd June 2016

[1] We are waiting to hear about funding for a project from September onwards which may increase the hours available to 24 hrs per week if  the successful candidate is interested.