Glasgow Social Enterprise Network
Glasgow Social Enterprise Network

Charity registered in Scotland SC047282

Glasgow Social Enterprise Network (GSEN) is a members led organisation providing a range of support and development opportunities to social enterprises in Glasgow which include the promotion of members through newsletters, social media and print; peer support through regular networking meeting, training and events; and representation on a number of committees including the newly formed Glasgow Partnership for Economic Growth. GSEN have recently coproduced with Glasgow City Council a local social enterprise strategy and is a partner in the Glasgow Third Sector Interface.

Current vacancies

Membership and Business Administrator

  • Part time
  • £18,000 – £20,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th October 2018

After an exciting period of development in 2017/18, GSEN are currently entering into a new phase of expansion with an exciting opportunity for someone to lead on the membership and business administration needs of GSEN.

This role is a part time post with the opportunity for discussion to agree a working pattern that is viable to both the successful candidate and GSEN. The successful candidate to the post will be line managed by the Director of GSEN.

This role will look to support the Director with their responsibilities including membership support, communications and data management. This role will look to expand the membership, engage with members to fully understand their needs to influence GSEN activity; to provide administrative support to GSEN activity, ensure members are better informed through a range of diverse communication strands and support GSEN in achieving it’s strategic aims and objectives.

You will be required to manage your own workload and liaise with and support the Director, management committee members, colleagues and other stakeholders as necessary to complete all tasks whilst working in a way that creates a positive and respectful environment for everyone. You must be able to maintain professional standards of confidentiality and discretion in all areas of work and communicate effectively and professionally with all staff, volunteers, members, partners and stakeholders.

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