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HighGround

HighGround – Operations Manager

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Salary
A starting salary of £20k – 25k, dependent on experience and the recompense of appropriate expenses.

Contract type
3 days a week.

Contract term
12 months with a three-month probationary period. Potential option to extend beyond 12 months.

Start date
TBC

The post holder will be based at HighGround’s office in London but will be required on occasions to travel to other work locations throughout the UK.

About the job
HighGround is offering someone a paid position in the charity as an Operations Manager. This is a varied and interesting role, the primary responsibilities will be to act as the first point of contact for individuals making contact with HighGround and to keep in touch with our HighGrounders.  Once these priorities have been met, all aspects of managing the office and ensuring all administrative processes and procedures support the successful delivery of all aspects of the HighGround operation will be the post-holder’s focus.

Job context

  • To provide day-to-day front of house liaison for HighGround via the telephone and the internet; to co-ordinate all contacts with HighGround from beneficiaries, funders, media and the general public and direct to the appropriate person within the organisation.
  • The post holder will work closely with the Development Director in support of her role. There will also be contact with the Board of Trustees and the Development Board.

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