We're excited to announce that we have funding to recruit a paid member of staff to help run the Food Hub. The Hub has grown beyond all expectations since it started in April 2016. We now have 45 volunteers, collect food from 8 stores and get it to 32 community groups.
If you can help run our food rescue operation, please get in touch. Initially the post is for 6 months. All the details are here.
JOB SPECIFICATION - DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER - 2.5 DAYS PER WEEK
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Deputy Project Manager is responsible for managing the operations of the Food Hub including the rota, health and safety and relationships with volunteers and member groups. The Food Hub is seeking to expand its operations which will mean that the role will change. The role is to keep the day to day operations steady as The Hub grows.
Recruiting, managing, training and supporting our volunteer drivers and admin supporters
Managing the relationship with groups on an on-going basis
Organising the weekly rota of collections
Compliance with health and safety
Identification and implementation of improvements
WORKING HOURS AND LOCATION:
The deputy project manager will work 7am – 2pm, 2 days a week plus on call and evening duties. Please note this role requires being on call to support drivers between 7 - 8.30am (Monday to Friday) and receiving food alerts in the evening, Sunday to Thursday.
The deputy project manager will initially work from home or at other team member’s houses, but once we have a depot they will be based there for their working hours apart from on call and evening duties.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Good organisational skills with track record of managing a volunteer team
Good communicator, both verbally and written
Good Excel spreadsheet skills
Demonstrated ability to problem solve and make decisions independently, using guidance provided
Clean driving license with access to a vehicle
Committed to reducing waste and building a stronger community in Shrewsbury
Ability to identify stories and get photos for social media
Level 2 Food Safety Qualified (training can be provided)
REPORTING AND ACCOUNTABILITY
The Deputy Project Manager will report to the Project Manager, Katy Anderson. Training will be provided.
This will be a temporary part-time position for 6 months. There will be a probation period of 1 month. Payment is £8.45 per hour, 7.5 hours per day for 2.5 days per week.
Please submit your CV with a covering letter demonstrating your suitability for the role to Katy Anderson email@example.com with the heading “Deputy Project Manager Application” in the subject line. The application deadline is midnight on Tuesday 25th April 2017. You will be notified if you are selected for interview by Friday 28th April. Interviews will take place on the Tuesday 2nd May.