Vacancies at Aspire

fiber_new Data, Evaluation and Social Impact Lead Officer – National Lottery Community Fund 
(16 hours/week) Funded till September 2021

Would you like to use your skills to make a difference to vulnerable women and girls? Are you an excellent communicator with experience of evaluation and social impact activities? If so, please get in touch!

We are a welcoming and friendly organisation and we are searching for someone who shares our commitment to provide opportunities for women and girls to learn and grow in confidence.  
This part-time position will be responsible for leading the planning, monitoring and evaluation of our Supporting Sisters’ Programme to demonstrate the outcomes, social impact and learning of this important work. The role will also include working with the executive lead, liaising with programme staff and volunteers and the Community fund commissioned learning and impact service provider to support the programme data collection systems and evaluation.

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role, monitoring and evaluating activities, preferably within a community-based or charity environment. You will be an excellent communicator, with strong numeracy and literacy skills, able to produce well-crafted reports and present findings effectively. A team-worker, you will be proactive and solution-focussed. Excellent IT skills, including Microsoft Office, are essential.

Due to the nature of the role, it is an occupational requirement, allowable under The Equality Act 2010, that applicants must be female. A DBS check is required for the position. 

Salary range £22 – 26k per annum (pro-rata).

Interested? Send your CV and a covering email to alison.schreiber@hrdept.co.uk by 14th March 2019 telling us why you are the candidate we are looking for.  Short-listed candidates will be invited for interview and assessment on 20th March 2019.

Aspire Learning, Support and Well-Being CIC is a not-for-profit organisation supporting women and girls. We provide a comprehensive range of first step learning, support services, health and wellbeing initiatives and volunteering opportunities.

This post will be to support the National Lottery Community Fund Women and Girls at Risk programme. 


fiber_new Marketing, Media and Communications Officer – National Lottery Community Fund - (10 hours/week)

Would you like to use your skills to make a difference to vulnerable women and girls? Are you an excellent communicator with experience of marketing and social media? If so, please get in touch!

We are a welcoming and friendly organisation and we are searching for someone who shares our commitment to provide opportunities for women and girls to learn and grow in confidence.  

This part-time position will be responsible for producing and implementing a marketing, communication and public relation strategy primarily for The Supporting Sisters’ Programme, undertaking similar tasks in other areas of Aspire’s work as appropriate. The role will also include drafting and design of external and internal publications, ensuring effective web and social media presence and support of branding and promotional events.

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a marketing/communications role, in managing social media and producing visual media. You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to pay close attention to detail. A team-worker, you will also be self-motivated and solution-focussed, being able to manage your own workload and effectively prioritise. Excellent digital and IT package knowledge is essential.

Due to the nature of the role, it is an occupational requirement, allowable under The Equality Act 2010, that applicants must be female. An enhanced DBS check is required for the position. 

Salary range £18 – 22k per annum (pro-rata).

Interested? Send your CV and a covering email to alison.schreiber@hrdept.co.uk by 10th March 2019 telling us why you are the candidate we are looking for. Short-listed candidates will be invited for interview and assessment on 14th March 2019.

Aspire Learning, Support and Well-Being CIC is a not-for-profit organisation supporting women and girls. We provide a comprehensive range of first step learning, support services, health and wellbeing initiatives and volunteering opportunities.

This post will be to support the National Lottery Community Fund Women and Girls at Risk programme.